AutoFun—Since its launch in Taiwan in 2019, the fourth-generation Suzuki Jimny has been selling very well, with demand even outstripping supply. However, many enthusiasts were saddened to see the Suzuki Jimny being removed from the official website at the end of 2021, and the move even had a knock-on effect on the used Suzuki Jimny 2023 market, driving up the price of used Suzuki Jimnys.
The news that the Suzuki Jimny has been reopened for orders from the dealership has given many fans a ray of hope. It is understood that there are only about 100 Suzuki Jimnys available in Taiwan this time, and deliveries will begin this month. The proposed price is a $50,000 increase from the price announced in May 2021, at $849,000 for the single-colour model and $859,000 for the two-colour model. The specifications and equipment are not significantly different from the previous model, with the addition of a CCD reversing camera as a standard feature, and the addition of black as a colour option for consumers.
The Suzuki Jimny is a very popular model in Japan, with demand outstripping supply in many markets. This time, a small quota of around 100 units was offered for re-order and it is rumoured that some dealers sold out of their quota in no time at all. With such a shortage of cars around the world, it’s a very lucky thing to be able to get your hands on a new Suzuki Jimny!