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4th generation Suzuki Jimny coming in 2018.

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Understanding from CM - it should arrived our shore in either Q1 or Q2 2019.

 

Finger cross - hope coe is much lower at coming time

 

CM also said they are bringing in the Suzuki Ignis.

Until now no news.

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It’s like the Mercedes G55, how many buyers of it buy that for the off-road capability? Mainly for the looks.

Retro on the dials and some control knobs I feel but it’s fine. Retro

Is a look and I’m talking about plasticky and cheap looking.

I am interested to see how good G63 off-road with its 3 transfer case.

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finally suziki has a winner here. FTW!!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

btw, 1st time use FTW...hahahaahha

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finally suziki has a winner here. FTW!!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

btw, 1st time use FTW...hahahaahha

Depends on price point.

 

Very likely to have simplistic interior

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Depends on price point.

 

Very likely to have simplistic interior

Frankly the interior should match the rugged look of the exterior.

 

Plain and simkple like the beetle

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The interior look simple and of decent built quality in these spy shots.

 

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Nice. Owned the previous generation Jimny (1999-2000)

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To be honest the interior plastics look van like quality. Wouldn't mind the simplicity but better quality.

The interior look simple and of decent built quality in these spy shots.

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To be honest the interior plastics look van like quality. Wouldn't mind the simplicity but better quality.

But I think that was the intent.... to be a barebones rugged car like it's predecessor.

4 doors version available?

Have... Already out for some time actually.

 

The vitara

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Toyota can learn something from Suzuki on the design of their steering wheel.

 

Simple yet not trying too hard to impress.

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But I think that was the intent.... to be a barebones rugged car like it's predecessor.

Have... Already out for some time actually.

 

The vitarað

Suzuki should not have that kinda idea in order to stay competitive. People back then can accept barebone look but now it’s different. They already made the outlook for the new Jimny modern and stylish like Rangerover, Mercedes G series etc, spend a bit of effort in making the interior better.

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But I think that was the intent.... to be a barebones rugged car like it's predecessor.

Have... Already out for some time actually.

 

The vitara

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Suzuki should not have that kinda idea in order to stay competitive. People back then can accept barebone look but now it’s different. They already made the outlook for the new Jimny modern and stylish like Rangerover, Mercedes G series etc, spend a bit of effort in making the interior better.

 

Copy Suzuki Hustler interior?

 

Suzuki-Hustler-Concept-Interiors.jpg

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buyers in scotland will be very happy. Apparently the jimny is a favourite there for modern shepherds. Cos this vehicle is a offroad vehicle with a short wheelbase that fits their mountain/hilly terrain. Can get into the small gully without getting stuck.

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I thought this is the interior

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