Suzuki sold out of cars in 2020 and is currently scrambling to get more stock ready for 2021 after recent updates to the Swift and Vitara.
As Australians avoid public transport in the wake of the coronavirus crisis – and shift back into safe, reliable and affordable cars – Suzuki dealers were left almost empty, except for cars that had 'sold' signs on them.
So if you waiting to buy a Suzuki, don't give up. Suzuki Australia is doing everything it can to get more of everything, including the hugely popular Suzuki Jimny.
Suzuki factories everywhere are ramping back up.
The Suzuki Vitara and Suzuki S-Cross come from Hungary, the Suzuki Baleno comes from India, while the Suzuki Ignis, Suzuki Swift and Suzuki Jimny are sourced from Japan.
While the Suzuki Jimny posted some record months in 2020, expect those records to be broken in 2021 when a surge of stock arrives.
The current wait for a Suzuki Jimny ranges from six to 12 months, depending on where it was ordered and what colour you're after.
As an aside, there is speculation the Suzuki Jimny will be produced in India. However, Australia will continue to source this model from Japan.
Now, if Suzuki could only give us a double-cab ute version of the Jimny...
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