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2015 Suzuki Jimny Sierra Review

The Suzuki Jimny Sierra is a unique offering in a booming segment of baby SUVs. It's no pretender, though.

Suzuki Jimny Sierra Review & Road Test

Enjoy life outdoors without breaking the bank Model Tested: 2009 Suzuki Jimny Sierra; 1.3-litre, four-cylinder, petrol; five-speed manual; SUV - $20,490* Options Available: Metallic Paint $475; Alloy Wheels $800 (Fitted) CarAdvice Rating: Words by Matt Brogan Pics by Brendan Nish In one form or another the humble Suzuki Jimny Sierra has been with us for close to 45 years now, and true to its origins, remains a simple, no nonsense, light-weight 4WD offering honest value and tenacious off-road performance...

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Suzuki Jimny Sierra Off-road Quick Review

The Suzuki Jimny Sierra is the most affordable serious off-roader you can buy. Let’s just put this out there - this isn’t a car that we’d want to drive on a day-to-day basis… unless our commute consisted of a rugged track littered with rocks, boulders and all other sorts of slippery crud...

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New Suzuki Jimny Sierra to remain a hardcore ladder-frame 4x4

The confirmed successor to the much-loved Suzuki Jimny Sierra (current model pictured above) will retain the famed off-road ability and toughness, the company says. Expect familiar ladder frame construction, off-road suspension and reduction gearing (low range) to remain part of the next iteration, which will also sport more safety equipment, cool retro styling language and potentially a downsized BoosterJet turbo engine — though the latter is not confirmed...

CarAdvice News Desk: The weekly wrap for December 16, 2016

Welcome to the CarAdvice.com News Desk, a regular video wrap of the latest happenings in the automotive world and Australia's new-car market. Keeping you in the loop, Tegan Lawson presents a weekly video from the CarAdvice Garage, with everything you need to know about the week in news and reviews...

Suzuki Jimny sales to be cut to 100 units per year as replacement looms

The current-generation Suzuki Jimny has had its final year on sale in Australia at full capacity, with the Japanese brand set to cut back sales in 2017 ahead of an all-new model hitting showrooms in the near future. It's a move that will see Suzuki comply with a Voluntary Code of Practice from the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries that requires the Japanese maker to limit the number of vehicles it sells without side airbag protection to 100 units...

New Suzuki Jimny to debut in 2016, will stay small and off-road focussed - report

The next-generation Suzuki Jimny, or Jimny Sierra as it's currently known in Australia, won't deviate far from model's history of being small, cheap and off-road capable. Dale Wyatt, sales director at Suzuki UK, has told Top Gear: "The next Jimny will be an evolution. It will follow the same recipe. When you see it you'll know it's a Jimny...

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Suzuki Jimny Owner Reviews

2000 Suzuki Jimny JX (4x4) review

Most reliable car/'Beep' (too small to call it a Jeep) I have ever driven! I have had it 15 years and this is the first time I have had any trouble. It's old now and I dread parting with it. The Jimny has got me through snow, mud, floods and mountains. The body has remained without rust even though I live within 3km of the sea...

2015 Suzuki Jimny Review

I bought the Jimny new, in March 2015. First thing I did was to take out the rear seats, and fit a "storage" system that would hold all I need for trips by myself, swag-camping along the way. As long as you "get it", you cannot be anything other than rapped with these little beasts...

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2015 Suzuki Jimny Sierra Review

2015 Suzuki Jimny Sierra Review