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2018 Suzuki Gymny/ Maruti Gypsy

2018 Suzuki Gymny/ Maruti Gypsy

This could be the next generation Maruti Gypsy
2018 Suzuki Gymny/ Maruti Gypsy
2018 Suzuki Gymny/ Maruti Gypsy
2018 Suzuki Gymny/ Maruti Gypsy
2018 Suzuki Gymny/ Maruti Gypsy
2018 Suzuki Gymny/ Maruti Gypsy
2018 Suzuki Gymny/ Maruti Gypsy
2018 Suzuki Gymny/ Maruti Gypsy
2018 Suzuki Gymny/ Maruti Gypsy

Rumours suggest that Maruti might reintroduce the Gypsy in the Indian market in the coming years. According to the latest reports Suzuki might manufacture the next generation Jimny in India. The Jimny was showcased last time at the 2012 Auto Expo and it received quite a positive response from the people. Although there is not much depth in the possibilities right now but the next generation Jimny perhaps might be sold in India as the next generation Gypsy.

For all your information the Gypsy was the long wheelbase version of the Gymny compact SUV. Some of the reports also suggests that the next generation compact SUV will actually be built on the same lightweight platform which also underpins the current Baleno and the Ignis Crossover and hatchback. The next generation SUV will also be exported onto some other International markets from India as well.

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2012 Maruti-Suzuki Jimny

2012 Maruti-Suzuki Jimny

2012 Maruti-Suzuki Jimny
2012 Maruti-Suzuki Jimny
2012 Maruti-Suzuki Jimny
2012 Maruti-Suzuki Jimny
2012 Maruti-Suzuki Jimny
2012 Maruti-Suzuki Jimny
2012 Maruti-Suzuki Jimny
2012 Maruti-Suzuki Jimny

There is a Gypsy in everyone, advertises Maruti Suzuki. A tough car for tough terrain, or so as it is known, the Gypsy’s utilitarian benefits have made the armed force and motorsports enthusiasts swear by it. Year after year it is the Gypsy which is the fastest four wheeler to cross the Tanglang La pass Pass in the world’s highest motorsport battleground - the Raid de Himalaya. First launched in 1985, the Maruti Suzuki Gypsy over the years has received a wider front and rear track and change of engines but it’s now being speculated that at the Auto Expo in January, Maruti will launch the Jimny SUV which will either replace the Gypsy or fill the gap between the Gypsy and Vitara. The Jimny internationally is sold with both a diesel and petrol engine and its expected price in India is said to be between 6 to 8 lakhs.

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