Meet Suzuki Jimny Black Bison by Wald International

Suzuki Jimny Black Bison from Wald International is an exact image of what fans expect the mini off-roader to look like in their possession. The customizers have heavily modified the stock model of the Jimny to impart it a bold and muscular stance, flaunting massive bonnet additions and tyre treads for the Bravehearts.

The compact SUV features a dark base shade while some of the key highlights include red inserts around the front bumper and alloy wheels. The front end of the car features a custom Wald-designed bumper with LED daytime running lights, a vertical slat grille, round projector headlamps, and a metallic bash plate. The Jimny Black Bison has been further equipped with extended side fenders to bring the extra-wide off-road tyres under the covered section of the SUV.

The compact SUV has been equipped with roof-mounted LED lights, bonnet scoops, a custom rear bumper and a unique tyre mount with a body-coloured cover with it. Jimny Black Bison is nothing short of any off-road capability as the tight wheelbase and high ground clearance favours the mini off-roader on all types of terrains.

The stock version of the Suzuki Jimny measures 3570mm in length, 1600mm in width and 1705mm in height. The wheelbase measures 2250mm while the ground clearance is quite healthy at 190mm.

The compact SUV can be had with two different engine options in the international markets. Jimny Black Bison is one among the endless number of modifications, with some of the customizers even making Land Rover Defender and Mercedes G-Wagon based examples for the people who prefer to own something extraordinary,

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Suzuki has a history of successful lightweight products with four-wheel drive as an option as Gypsy was one of them for the Indian market. At present, the stock model of the Jimny is limited to just certain markets across the world. As per the latest details available, Maruti Suzuki is planning to launch the compact SUV in the Indian market by the end of this year or in early 2021. It will be manufactured in India and we will most probably be getting a practical and more spacious 5-door version of the SUV.

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