There’s decent headroom for tall adults in the front, although the narrow cabin may force them to rub shoulders. Anyone over six feet tall may also wish the driver’s seat slid a bit farther back on its runners.
The door bins are small, although there’s a handy cubby in front of the gearstick for stowing phones and keys. There’s also a useful ledge above the glovebox for storing other odds and ends.
Suzuki Jimny rear space
Very cramped and limited access
The Jimny’s short wheelbase seriously limits the amount of legroom in the back. So, even though headroom is decent, this is best thought of as a two-seater. That’s just as well because the rear seats are flat and uncomfortable, and access is restricted by the Suzuki’s three-door layout.
A handy bin on either side of the cabin is useful for holding drinks.
Suzuki Jimny seating flexibility
Rear seats split 50:50 and fold down, but that’s about it
The rear seatbacks can be folded down in a 50:50 split, and they lie pretty flat when dropped. That’s about the only seat flexibility on offer, though; the rear seats don’t slide back and forth or recline like they do in some rivals, and there’s not even the option to add a height-adjustable front passenger seat.
Suzuki Jimny boot space
Decidedly pokey by class standards
The boot is tiny, so carrying anything more than a couple of shopping bags will require the rear seats to be folded down. Doing that leaves a big step-up in the floor of the load bay, though.
There’s also a hefty lip at the entrance to the boot, and the Jimny has a side-hinged tailgate, which limits access in tight parking spaces.