Suzuki has added new, highly specified 'Special Editions' to its popular Jimny and Wagon R+ model ranges, further widening the appeal of these popular, practical and distinctive vehicles.
The New Jimny Special Estate - Smart In Town, Tough In The Country
Already very comprehensively equipped, the stylish rugged good looks of the Jimny 4x4 Estate are further enhanced on the new Jimny Special with the addition of alloy wheels, front fog lamps, metallic paint, body coloured door handles and mirrors, remote central locking and distinctive 'Special' badging.
On the inside, the seats - which discreetly incorporate the 'Special' edition logo - and their 'donut' style head restraints are upholstered in a stylish all-new fabric, there's a radio/CD sound system, distinctive chrome finish interior door handles are added and the instrument panel and centre console surrounds are finished in blue.
Even with the inclusion of this additional equipment - and in line with Suzuki's usual policy of offering maximum value - at an on the road price of £10,495* the Jimny Special Estate is just £500 more than the standard model.
The New Wagon R+ Special - Making Life Even Easier
Nearly 20,000 British motorists have come to appreciate the practicality and versatility of the Suzuki Wagon R+ - the European version of Japan's best selling car - since the original model was launched in the UK in 1997.
Exceptionally well equipped and with a 1.3 litre 16-valve engine, dual full size airbags, electric power steering, front windows and mirrors, central locking, roof rails, radio cassette player and an antitheft package that earned it the accolade of 'Britain's most thief proof car' - its fully comprehensive specification has always set the standard, streets ahead of all competitors in the class.
Now the Wagon R+ Special is launched with a host of additional interior and exterior enhancements that will set it - even further - apart from the crowd.
*inclusive of delivery, 12 months Government road fund licence and first registration fee.
Externally, alloy wheels, front fog lamps, metallic paint and a body coloured rear roof spoiler combine together to further enhance the attractive modern, rounded, high-cube design which provides the Wagon R+ with its cavernous interior space and load and passenger carrying flexibility.
On the inside of the Special - in similar style to the Jimny Special Estate - there is a new, durable and attractive fabric covering for the seats - which incorporate the 'Special' motif - and their head restraints, the fascia, instrument panel surround and centre console are highlighted in blue, and the interior door handles also have a chrome finish. Remote central locking, too, is standard.
On sale now at a maximum on the road price of just £8,450* [only £495 more than the standard model] which includes another considerable plus ... free of charge servicing for 3 years or 27,000 miles [whichever comes first] provided the vehicle is purchased prior to the end of June, 2002 ... the Wagon R+ Special is bound to prove an unbeatable package in many more way than just the one.
Three and six year warranties All Suzuki models are covered by Suzuki Shield, a 3 year / 60,000 mile new vehicle warranty [whichever comes first]; a 6** year perforation warranty; and by Suzuki Assistance, providing 24 hour roadside assistance, vehicle recovery and associated services for 36 months. They are available with Suzuki Low Cost Insurance and their purchase can be made easier with the help of a wide range of tailor-made finance plans from Suzuki Finance.
*inclusive of delivery, 12 months Government road fund licence and first registration fee. **12 years for Wagon R+, Ignis and Liana
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