Suzuki Jimny is little Japanese off-road vehicle the first generation of that went out 1968 to the year. The last generation of Suzuki of Jimmy went out in 1998.
Suzuki Jimny possesses compact sizes. In particular, his length is equal a 3645 mm, width are a 1600 mm, and height - 1670 mm. Equipped mass of car makes 1045 kg
Off-road vehicle of Suzuki Jimny is equipped by a complete drive, and under his hood there is a 82-strong petrol engine by volume of a 1,3 L.
The most accessible at price acquisition is equipped by a five step mechanical gear-box. Versions are more expensive completed an automatic four-step box. From the ground up to hundred Jimny is dispersed for 14,2 seconds. High speed is equal to 142 km/h. A middle expense of fuel is a 7,3 L. on 100 km of way.
In standard equipment enter: ant slide system (ABS), two pillows of safety, conditioner, and strengthener of helm, front electric windows, and fog lamps.
In spite of more than compact sizes (3625х1600х1705), the construction of Jimny is created according to sample serious off-road vehicle: a basket through rubber pillows is envisaged on a durable the longitudinal members frame on that in turn the front is envisaged and back bridges on springs and leverage. Plus the connected complete drive of part – time with demultiplicator.
Main dignity of such decision is durable and relatively lasting working part allowing to overcome serious obstacles and the main terminator of passableness in case of Jimny is a subzero travelling road clearance on the crankcases of the interweaved differentials.
Suzuki Jimny is equipped by two frontal pillows of safety. High under heads on front and back seats will protect passengers at a blow behind. And from a lateral blow defense is too envisaged. It is steel protective beams of doors.
The relatively not high twisting moment of petrol engines (104 and a 110 hm) compensates the presence of demultiplicator, so that on relatively even areas with heterogeneous coverage(sand, dirt, snow) a proprietor Jimny will feel more confidently as compared to the possessors of crossovers.