Suzuki Jimny is something really anomalous for our times: the last remaining of the small “hard and pure” off-road vehicles, which have become rare even in larger sizes, it is one of the few vehicles on the market on which offroad tuners and tuners can still indulge themselves before resign yourself to having to work on used cars.
However, of the many elaborations that have been proposed since the model was launched (three years ago), not all are purely technical: in addition to kits to raise the trim, suspension reinforcements, giant wheels, protections and bumpers designed to further enhance its natural off-road vocation, there are also more bizarre solutions that focus on aesthetics.
It may seem contradictory to take a small off-road vehicle capable of slipping into the most difficult off-road passages and load it with heavy and bulky aerodynamic appendages, or “disguise” it so as to make it look like quite another model. Instead, this is precisely one of the most original ways to vary on the theme and confirms that not only large SUVs can become the subject of bizarre transformations, perhaps not very functional in practice, but absolutely fashionable.
This is why in this Suzuki Jimny elaborate roundup we have collected not only the most exciting preparations of the classic type, but also some of the most successful and well-made body kits, capable of making the last small off-road vehicle of its kind, and perhaps one of the very last of the old school, doubly nostalgic and ultimately irresistible.
In this article we remind you which are the “hard and pure” off-road vehicles on the market (from the Ford Bronco to the Suzuki Jimny), here instead you can reread and review the video of the Mercedes G-Class vs Suzuki Jimny test.
Source: Motor1.com Italia – News by it.motor1.com.
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