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The Most Common Suzuki Jimny Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Suzuki Jimny. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the Jimny

Suzuki is generally known for their hatchbacks and small city cars, so it came as a shock for many when they announced the release of the Jimny, a tiny offroad-capable SUV. It was released in 1998, and has received virtually no updates since that period, (up until the fourth generation in 2018) which has made it incredibly out of date when compared to rivals such as the Seat Arona and Dacia Duster. Whilst the Jimny does feature a unique design, it fails in pretty much every other aspect and if you’re looking for a decent small SUV, you should run a mile from the car.

Under the hood, the Jimny packs a very unimpressive engine. Standard models come equipped with a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine, which produces just 100 horsepower. This gives the car an extremely slow 0-60 time, which will make you question why on earth you chose the Jimny in the first place. The engine is also unreliable and inefficient, so don’t be surprised if you see a warning light pop up after you’ve put some miles on the clock.

As for the ride, the Jimny also fails to impress. The suspension is far too firm, resulting in an uncomfortable journey no matter where you’re headed. This also reduces the off-road capabilities of the Jimny. The steering is also heavy and inaccurate, which makes cornering a chore.

If you thought the performance of the Jimny was poor, just wait until you see the cabin. Comprised of terrible materials, the cabin is ugly and unrefined and completely outclassed by competitors. There’s hardly any legroom for passengers and a tiny amount of storage space for an SUV. The infotainment is also baron, to say the least, and it’ll probably break in the first week of use anyway!