1998 Jimny 4WD
This little, lovable 4WD Jimny is about as much fun as you can have on four wheels. It's fun, frugal, and useful, and frankly gets more looks than cars priced three times as much. This mini rig is finished in a classic Silky Silver Metallic (ZS2) and is set off by rear privacy tint, OEM rainguards, and a chrome grill and door handles. Aside from a few light scratches, scrapes, dings, and chips, this paint is in good shape, and this Suzuki is fresh off a recent service. Boasting a mere 69k verified and documented miles, this 1.3L runabout is barely broken in and turn key ready to rock! Those who are concerned about ease of service and wish to daily drive this hauler will love that this engine was sold here in the states! Unique, affordable, and gratifying to drive, this 4WD Japanese Classic can be put to task year-round and is incredibly rad!
When behind the wheel the Jimny surprisingly feels like a normal vehicle. Likely due to the upright windshield and the tall ride height, the cabin has a spacious feel compared to other vehicles in the segment. The dash lacks any cracking or distortion and includes dual gloveboxes, with the factory owner's manual located inside. Any bit of extra storage is obviously welcome! A large Kenwood audio system is mounted centrally. It is Bluetooth compliant and does function, and directly above are simple controls for the heat and air conditioning. For a more natural breeze both front windows power down in a jiffy. Keyless entry, power door locks, and electric side mirrors all work properly making daily use enjoyable. The textured tan cloth seats are in above-average shape and were cared for in a prior life. They lack any major rips, holes, or tears. Below the front passenger seat is a secret compartment for your unmentionables to be stowed, as well. The rear seats are accommodating for the small exterior dimensions. They can flat fold and split-fold and even rear cupholders are on standby. The headliner, door cards, and carpets have withstood the past quarter century without sustaining much damage, and it's clear the cabin was cared for in a prior life.
Like a real ful size Ute, this Suzuki utilizes a ladder-style body on frame platform. This makes the little runabout much more capable off the beaten path and it also can handle a fair amount of abuse. This tiny rig powered by the frugal and reliable G13B four-cylinder engine. This 1298cc mill is fresh off an oil and filter service and starts up care of a new 12v battery. One of our trained techs repaired a leak on the cam cover to ensure you don't run low on oil and the little four-pot runs strong as a horse. Mated to a smooth shifting automatic the driver can choose between 2WD and 4WD on the fly thanks to the selective transfer case. If an off-road excursion is on your radar, a dedicated low-range 4WD is also on hand! The system is easy to operate, and as straightforward as it gets. The suspension offers loads of ground clearance and sails over large and small potholes better than most kei-sized vehicles. The approach angle is awesome for those looking to explore some rocky terrain and there is ground clearance aplenty. The brakes are confident and the power steering is on point and light. Lastly, new Yokohama all-terrain tires were mounted and balanced at all four corners. The new rubber reduces road noise and will last for tens of thousands of miles to come, providing all the grip necessary even on loose surfaces.
*California Residents: In order to register a Grey Market vehicle in the state of California then it will have to be made CARB compliant first. CARB certifications will have to be performed within the state. Depending on the vehicle and any existing modifications will affect the pricing. Typically CARB compliance will range between 5-10K. Additional information can be found on the California Air Resources Board website.