Suzuki launches limited edition Jimny XL Heritage

After selling out of the 3-door Jimny Heritage Limited Edition in just five hours when it launched last year, it’s no surprise that Suzuki Australia was going to be inundated with demand for an XL version.

As you might have guessed already, they’ve announced a limited edition release of a Jimny XL Heritage. Like its 3-door sibling, it offers a nod to its own vibrant 4×4 history from the 70s, 80s and 90s, as the ultimate off-road challenger.

The Jimny XL Heritage will be available in five colours, including Jungle Green, Bluish Black, Granite Grey, White, and Ivory, with the latter two offered with a black roof. As it was with the 3-door, the larger version will only be available in manual.

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Other features include red front and rear mud flaps, a cargo tray, model-specific decals, a limited build badge, and an exclusive Jimny Heritage pack. Only 500 of these retro legends will be available.

Delivery will be based on the current queue process (as are all Jimny sales in Australia), with the first arrival of vehicles being between late June and early August 2024. Sold out colour announcements will be made via Suzuki Australia social media channels.

The 2024 Suzuki Jimny Heritage will be priced from $36,490 plus on-roads. You can find out more from your local dealership. If you’re keen on one, and need finance, talk to CreditOne.

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