The Jimny mannequin being exported to worldwide markets is similar to the one made in Suzuki’s Kosai plant in Japan, each mechanically and in phrases of dimension
Maruti Suzuki has began exporting the domestically manufactured Suzuki Jimny SUV, with the first batch of 184 items headed for Latin America. Manufactured at the firm’s Gurugram facility, the items had been shipped from the Mundra port. The Jimny mannequin being exported to worldwide markets is similar to the one made in Suzuki’s Kosai plant in Japan, each mechanically and in phrases of dimension. The 3-door SUV is powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine that comes with 5-speed handbook and 4-speed torque convertor gearbox choices. While the first batch is sure for Peru and Colombia, the made-in-India Jimny will even be exported to African markets and nations in the Middle-East.
Speaking on the event, Kenichi Ayukawa, managing director and CEO, Maruti Suzuki India Limited, stated, “Jimny will fulfil aspirations of customers throughout the world. Jimny manufactured at Maruti Suzuki’s Gurugram plant shares the same specification as the export models produced at the Suzuki Motor Corporation’s Kosai plant in Japan. We are confident with Jimny we will be able to enhance our overall exports.”
For the home market, Maruti is readying a 5-door model of the Jimny which, whereas longer than the export mannequin, is anticipated to nonetheless duck underneath the four-metre mark. However, as it would even be powered by the 1.5-litre petrol engine — present in a bevy of Maruti fashions — it won’t qualify for tax sops for small automobiles in India.
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