24 Jan 2020
Remember how UAZ issued a new Vehicle Type Approval (OTTS) for the classic Hunter, where the car does not belong to the category of all-terrain cars (M1G), but to the class of small trucks (N1G). This is due to stricter passenger car requirements. Now Suzuki and his Jimny have gone along this path
Of course, this does not concern our market yet, but toughening the standards for CO2 emissions in Europe requires car manufacturers to take decisive action in the field of electrification of their model line, but Suzuki is still among those lagging behind. To fit into the ill-fated norms, the Japanese company decided to turn the popular Jimny SUV into a commercial model.
Autocar said the company began sending out a notification to EU sellers that they would stop accepting orders for Jimny before further orders. The reason is that the SUV will be re-certified, after which it will return to sale as a light commercial vehicle of the N1 category.
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