2024 Suzuki Jimny XL five-door price and specs

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Prices for the Suzuki Jimny five-door have been confirmed ahead of first deliveries due at the start of next year.


  • 2024 Suzuki Jimny XL pricing and specifications
  • Five-door costs $3000 more than three-door
  • Same engine, features and choice of transmissions
  • Priced from $34,990 plus on-road costs

The 2024 Suzuki Jimny five-door will cost $3000 more than the three-door version when deliveries commence in the coming months.

The five-door Jimny XL will be sold in a single top-of-the-range specification priced from $34,990 plus on-road costs with a five-speed manual transmission, or $36,490 plus on-road costs with a four-speed automatic.

It is a $3000 premium over the equivalent three-door version – though the current price for the three-door is $8000 higher than it was at the current model’s launch nearly five years ago.

Suzuki Australia says it has received more than 2000 pre-orders for the five-door Jimny since it was unveiled close to a year ago – and buyers who order now are quoted wait times of six to nine months.

Customer deliveries are due to begin at the start of next year, however the first vehicles are in Australia now for display and media evaluation.

Earlier today Suzuki Australia re-opened orders for the automatic Jimny three-door after they were paused at the start of the year – with a brief resumption in September to sell a batch of 500 cars which became available due to an improvement in production.

The five-door Jimny is powered by the same 1.5-litre non-turbo four-cylinder petrol engine as the three-door, with unchanged outputs of 75kW and 130Nm with standard four-wheel drive.

The Jimny XL is 340mm longer nose to tail (3985mm from front bumper to spare wheel cover, vs 3645mm) – and in wheelbase, up from 2250mm to 2590mm – but unchanged in width (1645mm) and height (1720mm).

Due to the larger body the kerb weight has risen by 90kg on all models – now 1185kg for the manual, and 1200kg for the auto – and the turning circle has grown from 9.8m to 11.4m.

Whereas the three-door Jimny is manufactured in Japan for Australia, the five-door is built in India for all global markets, including Australia.

Standard equipment is largely identical to the regular three-door Jimny – not the stripped-out Lite – with 15-inch alloys, a touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, LED headlights, a rear-view camera, six airbags, autonomous emergency braking, and lane departure alert.

However the five-door gains rear parking sensors, a larger 9.0-inch touchscreen (up from 7.0 inch), wireless (rather than wired) Apple CarPlay, DAB digital radio, adaptive cruise control on automatic variants (but regular cruise control on the manual), and a unique metallic-accented front grille.

Auto-dipping high-beam technology is deleted for the five-door, as well as automatic headlight levelling (now controlled manually).

The Jimny XL remains a four-seat vehicle, but boot capacity has grown from 85L behind the rear seats, to 211L.

The 2024 Suzuki Jimny XL five-door is available to order ahead of first deliveries early next year.

2024 Suzuki Jimny Australian pricing

  • Jimny Lite three-door manual – $30,490
  • Jimny three-door manual – $31,990
  • Jimny XL five-door manual – $34,990 (new)
  • Jimny three-door auto – $33,490
  • Jimny XL five-door auto – $36,490 (new)

Note: All prices above exclude on-road costs.

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Features in bold unique to XL, compared to the three-door.

2024 Suzuki Jimny XL standard features:

  • 15-inch alloy wheels
  • Dusk-sensing LED projector headlights (but automatic high-beam deleted compared to three-door)
  • Front fog lights
  • 9.0-inch (up from 7.0-inch) touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay, wired Android Auto, voice control, DAB radio
  • Satellite navigation
  • Rear-view camera
  • Rear parking sensors
  • Fabric seat upholstery
  • 50:50 split-folding rear seats
  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel
  • Automatic climate-control air-conditioning
  • Power-folding black-painted side mirrors
  • Rear privacy glass
  • 12-volt socket in luggage area
  • Six airbags
  • Autonomous emergency braking
  • Lane departure warning
  • Adaptive cruise control, automatic model
  • Regular cruise control, manual model
  • Weaving alert
  • Front disc and rear drum brakes

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