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Suzuki Caribbean is the official name of second generation of Suzuki Jimmy cars built in Thailand. The same versions of this car produced elsewhere had different names. The production of second generation of these cars started in 1981 and lasted until 1998. It was assembled in thirteen countries and has almost ten different names. The car itself may slightly differ by some exterior lines and features. Suzuki Caribbean The Suzuki Caribbean was available in two body styles: the three-door SUV and the two-door convertible. The engine options included various modifications of previous generation models: the LJ50, F5A and F6A I3 engines and the F10A, G13BA/G13BB, G13A and XUD 9 TD I4 engines. There were only two transmission options: the four- or five-speed manual ones. The Suzuki Caribbean was the only model available in double cab version; this one was called the "Caribbean Sporty". This Suzuki model was a big hit in the United States. The main reason it became so popular and loved almost instantly in the first year of production is its amazing off-road performance and general level of reliability compared to the competitors’ cars. The performance was achieved through the light weight of the car and the switchable four-wheel drive. The lightness made the Suzuki Caribbean extremely maneuverable and easy to control on any road. And its engine and suspension modifications along with the simple design made it an exemplary off-roader. Suzuki Caribbean During the first year of production almost 47000 copies were sold at the price of only $6200. That exceeded the Company’s expectation and resulted in several more following generations. The Caribbean pick-up was sold around the world under different names. The Indonesians were able to buy it under the name Katana, Suzuki Potohar was the Pakistanis version of the car, Samurai and Santana was the Spanish name, Indians could purchase it as the Maruti Gypsy and Australians – as the Holden Drover. If needed you could order a special foreign version of the car in an official dealer’s shop.

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