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Maruti Suzuki Jimny 5-door Specs Leaked Ahead of India Launch: Here’s All You Need to Know!

by Navyatha Sandiri
  • The longer Jimny will be equipped with 15-inch wheels and 195/80 tyres.
  • The five-door Maruti Suzuki Jimny will be 300 mm longer than the three-door model.
  • It will have a ground clearance of 210mm.

Maruti Suzuki previously reported that they are working on a 5-door version of the Maruti Suzuki Jimny off-road SUV. According to the company, the 5-door SUV would be better suited to the Indian market than the three-door Jimny.

The mini off-roader Jimny SUV, one of Suzuki’s best-sellers, is available in a variety of wheelbase sizes depending on the market. For example, the wheelbase of the Kei car model sold in Japan’s domestic market is 3,395 mm (133.7 in). In contrast, the global-spec Jimny has a wheelbase ranging from 3,550 to 3,645 mm (139.8–143.5 in).

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Maruti Jimny LWB Dimensions and Engine Specs

According to a leaked report, it will be 3850mm long. That is, it is 300 mm longer. The longer length is due to the longer wheelbase. According to leaked information, the wheelbase of the Jimny sold in other countries is 2250 mm, while the one sold in India will have a wheelbase of 2550 mm.

Others will stay the same dimensions. 1645 mm wide with 1730 mm high and 210mm floor clearance. The same 1.5 litre petrol unit that is available with Brezza will be the engine choice on sale. 102 hp and 130 Nm. This unit delivers. Offers are 5 MT and 4 AT transmission options. At the moment there are no references to 4WD or AWD. Only with FWD in India should this be provided.

Jimny 5 door features and functionality

A 5-door version will be more practical for daily needs than a 3-door version because it allows for easier ingress and egress. A longer wheelbase means more cabin space and legroom for rear passengers. With a longer wheelbase, the cargo area could expand as well.

The Maruti Jimny 5 door model seems to be the same as the new Jimny, except for the size difference. Around LED headlamps with washers, a front grill with vertical openings, a clamshell bonnet, angled bumper borders, prominent wheel arches, a rail for dripping stuff and rears combination lamps are some of the main features of the 4th generation of Jimny.

The 5-door SUV is supposed to have the majority of the features found in the 3-door SUV. This includes the same boxy-shaped style as well as round-shaped headlamps, rear-bumper mounted taillamps, a vertical-slat grille, all-around body cladding, front and rear scuff plates, a blacked-out roof, and more.

The interior of the upcoming SUV could include a 7-inch infotainment system that supports both Apple CarPlay and Google Android Auto, as well as steering-mounted controls, climate control, a semi-digital instrument cluster, and possibly rear ac vents.

The off-roader is expected to have a number of safety features such as an electronic stability software (eSP), traction control (TC), hill hold assist, hill descent control, and six airbags to protect its passengers.

Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) has begun production of the Jimny SUV in the region. The Jimny 3-door model is currently being exported to different foreign markets. The first shipment of SUVs was sent to Latin American countries such as Columbia and Venezuela.

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Ahead of India Launch Thoughts on Maruti Suzuki Jimny 5 door specs leaked

The Maruti Suzuki Jimny is Indian’s most awaited launch vehicle. Sometime in the country, the company will launch the five-door version of the SUV. The Mahindra Thar and the upcoming Force Gurki will compete with the Maruti Suzuki Jimny once released “as read and reported by www.drivespark.com”.

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