What used Suzuki Jimny 4x4 will I get for my budget?
The Jimny is in high demand, and at the moment supply is not keeping up with it. This is artificially inflating the prices of the Jimnys available on the used market to the extent that they are being offered at prices in excess of the new purchase price. You can see up to £22,000 being asked for a 2018 Jimny, where a new one would set you back around £17,000, more than the price of a new one, and its withdrawal from sale in 2020 is unlikely to later that situation.
How much does it cost to run a Suzuki Jimny 4x4?
Hopefully, not too much. Having said that it’s not all that economical on the official WLTP run, with an overall figure of 35.8mpg. The corresponding CO2 emissions are quite high, too, at 154g/km. All Jimnys will be registered after the tax changes of April 2017 came into being so will be charged at the current flat rate, which is £150 a year.
Insurance groups are low, at 13 for the SZ4 and 14 for the SZ5. Servicing costs should be reasonable, too, with Suzuki offering a number of ways to plan ahead.
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