Suzuki Jimny has always had something of a Mercedes-Benz G-Class. Maybe it was the rectangular shape, maybe it was charismatic appearance, maybe both, that made people see it as a miniature G. Now the Suzuki Jimny is face to face with its idol.
Ten times more expensive. Featuring three lock differentials and all-wheel drive. With a massive weight of 2.560 kilograms. Powered by a 4.0-liter V8 engine with 585 horsepower and 850 Nm, with its boxy appearance and fierce sight, the new Mercedes-AMG G 63, introduced a year ago, looks like it eats Suzuki Jimny-s for breakfast. Before dessert.
Very convenient. Very cute, too. A mini-offroader, a G-Class wannabe, that has though kept its flare and dare. The Suzuki Jimny takes its kicks from a super efficient 1.5-liter petrol turbo engine with only 100 horsepower. Does it stand a change in front (or at the back) of a G-Class? Yeah, we know. Not in a million years. But how many Suzuki Jimny-s do you need to beat a G-Class?
Before you cry with laughter, you must know that the three Jimny-s are a third of the price of the G-Class.
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