Watch this 2022 Suzuki Jimny Commercial Model Review
The release of the Suzuki Jimny 2022 Light utility vehicle marks the return of our favorite little off-roader to the UK, after the Jimny was shot for country compliance reasons. Although it has left the passenger car market, the fourth generation Jimny is always popular in the UK, and Carwow has a new one review of Jimny LCV this shows us why.
When the Jimny moved from the passenger car segment to the commercial segment, it lost a lot of material while its relative cost has increased. The Jimny LCV starts at £ 16,796 or just under $ 22,800, before VAT. Commercial buyers do not have to pay value added tax, but those who do not intend to operate the Jimny will have to pay VAT, which will bring the price to £ 19,999, or around 27,100 $.
In light of this, Carwow asks if it’s still worth it; the answer is maybe.
The answer mainly depends on the willingness of potential buyers to live with the Jimny’s downsides, which haven’t really changed since when David tracy examined this.
For starters, it’s still not very comfortable on the highway. And it’s a pretty slow machine, taking 12.62 seconds to hit 0-60 miles per hour. His quarter-mile time is 18.81 seconds. Hope the engine is happy to rev up, because Mat Watson said that the Jimny is at 3-4,000RPM at around 70MPH.
The Jimny LCV still cradles the same 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine, which produces almost 100 horsepower and around 96 pound-feet of torque. It’s only available with a five-speed manual transmission, but it seems to have satisfying gear changes and short throws.
Watson does to say that the Jimny is awesome in town due to its small size, tall (rather) ride, and tight turning circle. The Jimny weighs just over 3,100 pounds. Its weight can make it a little jittery on the freeway, but in return it gets almost 37 miles per gallon combined!
And its low weight, selectable four-wheel drive and low-end transfer case make it a very competent off-roader. The Jimny is excellent on the track, and the commercial version doesn’t change that. I won’t say the VU is a godsend with its steel wheels and lack of touchscreen because even though I prefer that, buyers don’t save money over better-equipped (discontinued) passenger versions.
Ultimately, value also depends on availability, as even the commercial grade Jimny probably won’t be easy to get hold of. they are already exhausted in parts of the UK