If you want to make your Suzuki Jimny look more impressive; this accessories catalogue offers you some great decal options for the exterior
The Suzuki Jimny is popular with the auto customers for a number of reasons: elegant dimensions, decent fuel mileage, real 4WD system and an affordable price. The Jimny is available with a cute C-Class-mini design, which has been well-known for reliable and rugged performance for almost a decade. For a more modern design, now, the Japanese automaker also offers a retro-inspired collection of decals for the SUV.
The “Offroad Style” is available with three-tone red/grey/black stripes on the top and the clamshell of the hood along with beltline and rocker panel below the rear window. Adding to the appeal of the Jimny is a slightly nonsensical “REAL OFFROAD”. On the other hand, “Heritage Style”, with sharp orange, grey and silver accents for the beltline, looks a little more digital and techno-centric.
The “Revival Style”, an ultimate retro design, comes with the same squiggle graphic as what could be seen on the Suzuki Sidekicks and Samurais in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The Revival’s black-pink-white gradient, which is ripped straight from Lisa Frank folders and paper cups, is a really good addition to the boxy Jimny. The “Survival Style” decal, which seems to be specifically manufactured for NSYNC devotees and Spice girls, come with hybrid camouflage or animal print design. Now, the nostalgia for the 1990s and the modernity for the 2000s have been combined in the Suzuki Jimy, thanks to these accessory packages. The images below are in the order of styles as mentioned above.
These decal sets are offered for both the Jimny kei car and the Jimny Sierra compact SUV. While the kei utilizes a narrower body and 0.6-litre turbo three-cyl motor. In the meanwhile, despite being a compact SUV, the fender flares and the wider track disqualify the Sierra from the low-tax kei class. It is powered by a 1.5-litre inline-four. The Suzuki Jimny will be also on sale in Australia and the UK. However, whether these decals will be offered outside Japan remains to be unknown.