*UPDATED PRICING* Suzuki Australia Launches Limited Edition Jimny Heritage Model Celebrating Its 70s-90s 4x4 Legacy

Matt Brand
March 2, 2023

UPDATE: Suzuki have released updated pricing, The RRP for Jimny Heritage is $33,490 (metallic paint extra).

Suzuki Australia has recently launched a new limited edition model of its popular 4x4 vehicle, the Jimny. The Jimny Heritage Limited Edition pays homage to the 70s, 80s and 90s era of the vehicle, which gained a loyal following during that time. The model will only be available in manual transmission and can be purchased in four different colours, including Jungle Green, Bluish Black, Medium Grey, and White.

The Jimny Heritage comes with several additional features compared to the standard GLX model. These include red front and rear mud flaps, a Jimny Heritage cargo tray, heritage decals, a limited build badge, and an exclusive Jimny Heritage pack. The retail price for the Jimny Heritage is set at $31,490, with the option for metallic paint at an extra cost.

Suzuki Australia General Manager, Michael Pachota, mentioned that this retro-inspired version of the Jimny is limited to only 300 units available nationally, and the company expects them to sell out quickly. Interested buyers can place orders through the Suzuki Australia website or their local dealership. Deliveries will follow the existing queue process for Jimny sales in Australia, with the first vehicles expected to arrive in April 2023.

Information about sold-out colours will be shared via Suzuki Australia's social media channels and communicated to the dealership network as they happen.

Orders can be made via the register you interest page on the Suzuki Australia website or at your local dealership.

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