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Сузуки джимни

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Model

Jimny (360 cc I2 air-cooled)

  • LJ10
    • Type 1 (1970: 04)
    • Type 2 (1971: 02)

Jimny (360 cc I2 water-cooled)

  • LJ20
    • Type 1 (1972: 05)
    • Type 2 (1974: 11)
    • Type 3 (1975: 12)

Jimny 55 (550 cc I3)

  • SJ10
    • Type 1 (1976)
    • Type 2 (1977)
    • Type 3 (1978)
    • Type 4 (1979)

Jimny 8 (800 cc I4)

SJ20 (1977–1981)

Second generation 1 (1981–1984)

Jimny 550

  • SJ30
    • Type 1 (1981: 05)
    • Type 2 (1983: 07) The full transistor ignition.

Jimny 1000 / SJ410

  • SJ410 (1981–1998)
  • SJ40 (1982–1986)

Second generation 2 (1984–1990)

Jimny 550

  • SJ 30
    • Type 3 (1984: 07)
    • Type 4 (1986: 01) Dashpanel was changed being common to with JA51 / 71.
    • Type 5 (1987: 04)

Jimny 1300

JA51 (1984–1990)

Jimny 550 Turbo

  • JA71
    • Type 1 (1986: 01) Four-stroke F5A engine with Turbo charger was introduced.
    • Type 2 (1987: 08)
    • Type 3 (1987: 11) Intercooler was added,and the front grill was changed.
    • Type 4 (1989: 04)

Second generation 3 (1990–1995)

Jimny 660

  • JA11
    • Type 1 (1990: 03) 55 PS (54.2 hp/40.5 kW).
    • Type 2 (1991: 06) Increased 58 PS (57.2 hp/42.7 kW). Fan coupling was added and the front grill was changed.
    • Type 3 (1992: 07) PS and AT were introduced.
    • Type 4 (1994: 04) Turbo warning lamp abolished, seat belt warning lamp added.
    • Type 5 (1995: 02) Improved to 64 hp (48 kW).

Jimny SIELLA (1300)

JB31 (1993–1995)

Second generation 4 (1995–1998)

Jimny 660

  • JA12 (SOHC: F6A) / JA22 (DOHC: K6A)
    • Type 1 (1995: 11)
    • Type 2 (1997: 05) Air locking hub was added

Jimny SIERRA (1300)

JB32 (1995–1998)

Third generation (1998–)

Jimny 660

  • JB23 (K6A)
    • Type 1 (1998: 10)
    • Type 2 (1999: 10) Position of the catalytic converter was changed.
    • Type 3 (2000: 08) Hazard lamp switch was changed.
    • Type 4 (2002: 01) F-Grill, Intake were changed.
    • Type 5 (2004: 10) Trim, MT / Transfar were changed.
    • Type 6 (2005: 11) Head lamp optical axis adjustment was added.

Jimny Wide (1300: G13B)

JB33 (1998–1999)

Jimny Wide / SIERRA (1300: M13A)

JB43 (2000–)

History

The history of Suzuki four wheel drive cars goes back to 1969. Suzuki bought out Hope Motor Company and produced fifteen vehicles called the . Then in 1970, they produced the first «real» Suzuki 4×4. It was called the , and it had an air cooled, 359 cc, two-stroke, in-line two-cylinder engine. 1972 saw the introduction of the . The cooling was changed from air cooling to water cooling but was not enlarged or increased in power. In 1974, Suzuki replaced the with the , which had a larger 537 cc, two-stroke, in-line three-cylinder engine and bigger differentials.

The was an updated version of the with an 800 cc, four-stroke, in-line four-cylinder engine, followed by the and . A version of the SJ413 known as the Samurai was released in the US. The series from SJ410 to SJ413 was known as the Sierra in Australia, and remained the Jimny in some markets.

The new Jimny was released in 1998, and now bears the same name in all markets. The 1998 release used the G13BB EFI engine, replaced by the M13AA EFI engine in 2001 and the M13AA VVT engine in 2005, in conjunction with some interior redesign.

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