Suzuki introduced the all-new Jimny in its home market back in July 2018, before rolling the model out to various markets across the world. Thailand, Indonesia, and Singapore are amongst the countries within this region to receive the all-new Jimny via their respective official distributors.
The Japanese company exited the Malaysian market after entering a partnership with Proton a couple of years ago. However the partnership was short-lived and the only model to come out of was the Ertiga.
However, that could soon change, sort of.
Hamza Motors will be bringing in the Suzuki Jimny directly from Japan as a reconditioned model, it's not quite a new car, but it is the closest you can get to owning a somewhat new Suzuki.
According to the Facebook posts by Hamza Motors, two variants of the Suzuki Jimny will be available – a 1.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine for the Jimny Sierra or a 660 cc turbocharged three-cylinder for the regular Jimny. Both engines can be had with a five-speed manual or four-speed auto.
In terms of pricing, the regular Suzuki Jimny will be priced at RM 168,000, while the wider Jimny Sierra will be priced at an eye-watering RM 198,000.