Suzuki Jimny made a funny pickupMarch 16, 2020
The official dealer of the Japanese brand introduced the “baby” Suzuki Jimny in a pickup truck. Converting a conventional three-door SUV into a truck costs $ 7,300
One can hardly feel the sympathy for the small Japanese SUV Suzuki Jimny. This is essentially the cutest and most compact SUV, which may well be called an off-road conqueror. Given its modest size, the three-door Suzuki Jimny is not physically capable of carrying a lot of cargo. Apparently this is why the dealer of the Japanese automaker in New Zealand decided to make a pretty cool truck based on this funny kid. Moreover, such an assembly Suzuki Jimny comes with a guarantee, an official guarantee.
Of course, the resulting car does not become strong competitors to eminent single-cab pickups, but still, the Jimny truck looks unique in its own way, and yes, now it can carry more cargo than before.
The back of the SUV was essentially cut off, the wheelbase was slightly elongated and a loading platform was installed on top.
The dealer offers only one performance of the Jimny truck, which is based on the Jimny JX configuration. The car boasts LED headlights and black alloy wheels. The motor works with a 5-speed manual gearbox. Inside, there is a decent radio with Bluetooth, and the touch screen infotainment system and climate control are no longer there. The steering wheel is no longer available with leather upholstery.
Under the hood is the same 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine with a capacity of 100 horsepower. Jimny mini-truck costs a little more than 23 000 dollars, and the process of turning an SUV into a pickup costs $ 7,300.
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