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27 Jun 2022 14:24 #243858 by Halford
Hi peeps, no longer a regular here as now Jimnyless
just got an allgrip ignis and on an ignis site have found a couple of links that may well be interesting for Jimnyists

Why Is Suzuki Jimny So Expensive ?
ignisocieteit.com/why-is-suzuki-jimny-so-expensive/

Where Is Suzuki Jimny Made?
ignisocieteit.com/where-is-suzuki-jimny-made/
 
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27 Jun 2022 17:54 #243859 by grumyoldjoe
Hey up Hal
Nice to see your posting again.
You still running the Yeti after selling the superior Jim -lol ?

Wine improves with age.
The older I get the more I like it

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28 Jun 2022 03:36 #243868 by Halford
Hey Joe, 

didn't need a cruiser anymore since moving into the wilds (north Pennines) closer to the parents, so put the yeti in for an allgrip ignis, if the Jimnys weren't such silly money would probably have got one, but the ignis auto 4wd is far better for the A and B roads, also it's a mild hybrid getting 55 mpg, not as harsh and crashy as the Jimny, but it doesn't have the grin factor.

........... and had I got a new Jimny it wouldn't be getting off-roaded and it certainly wouldn't be getting a 2 inch body lift and 3 inch suspension lift 

keep on Jimnying - looks like their a good investment 
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28 Jun 2022 22:34 #243879 by lightning
Our 2020 Jimny isn't harsh and crashy, in fact it's quite the opposite.
Maybe we got a good one!

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29 Jun 2022 09:37 - 29 Jun 2022 09:38 #243880 by Scimike
It's owning a Land Rover that makes them smooth, your expectations have been adjusted by JLR 
Our G3 is smooth also, uses a little less petrol and leaks less. Oh and the brakes work etc
Love em both, even old leaky​​​​​

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