Exterior of the Suzuki Jimny Sierra 1.5 JC
Dynamic and Athletic Styling
Simple and elegant, the new Suzuki Jimny Sierra 1.5 JC features a body that expresses off-road functionalities in detail.
Its small dimensions give it a commanding aura courtesy of the 15-inch wheels, manoeuvring narrow mountain trails and thick forests.
Increasing clearance at the wheels, this premium SUV includes an angled bumper for an assured climbing over obstacles and the moulded black material safeguards the body from stone chips and scratches.
High Mount Brake Lamp
The majority of high mount brake lamps are classified as additional stop lamps, as they are typically installed in the spoiler and are equipped with LEDs or multiple bulbs.
They are activated when the driver applies the brakes, and they are deactivated at all other times.
Providing safety measures especially while driving at night, the headlights automatically switch from high to low beam and back.
When it detects a vehicle ahead, this system automatically switches the headlights from high to low beam. The use of high beams regularly allows for earlier detection of pedestrians, resulting in safer driving.
The windscreen wipers remove rain, washer fluid, water, and/or debris from a vehicle’s front window that allows the driver to see what’s ahead for safe driving.
It sprays water or washer fluid at the windscreen using several well-positioned nozzles. This system helps remove dirt or dust from the windscreen when it is used in sync with the wiper blades.
A fender is a type of extended wheel arch intended to improve the aesthetics of a vehicle’s wheel arches and provide proper housing for enlarged wheels.
A fender’s primary purpose is to keep dirt and debris from being thrown into the air by the tire.
Front Fog Lamps
Designed to emit a wide beam of light, the front fog lamps help the driver see in front of the vehicle.
It is located below the headlight assembly shaped like a “bar” with a sharp cutoff at the top to prevent it from reflecting off the fog.
The fog lamps are situated reasonably low about 12-30 inches above the road surface and angled downward to illuminate the ground below the fog.