Since its first appearance, the Suzuki Jimny is one of the most popular hobby cars for car lovers. In Indonesia alone, the Japanese manufacturer’s Sport Utility Vehicle aka compact SUV is indeed quite visible, especially for the second-generation Suzuki Jimny car model which has the SJ410 body code. This one model was indeed famous in the 1980s to 1990s.
Currently, Suzuki Jimny cars are often used as a medium to express themselves and channel their owners’ hobbies by modifying this car according to the wishes of the owners. The price of the second generation Suzuki Jimny is relatively affordable, and because of that, many car owners have made modifications with various styles. Some of them are JDM (Japanese Domestic Market), Speed off-road or Rally Look, OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer), and off-road flow.
The Suzuki Jimny with the JDM stream is indeed trending and loved for the last two years. Modifications with this flow can be said to be quite simple and not too extreme, so for car owners who don’t want to overhaul their car, this flow option is also widely used. In addition, this flow also allows car owners to keep using their favorite Jimny as a daily car. However, it should be noted that the JDM flow, which can be sure to use all accessories and parts made in Japan, makes this modification flow demanding a lot of patience and money.
Then for the flow of Speed off-road or Rally Look, the modifications applied are more directed to the style of a rally racing car, but with additional mudflap on each tire. Most car owners who apply this flow to their Jimny cars usually do use their cars for off road speeds.
Then for the OEM flow, aka Original Equipment Manufacturer, it displays a car style that looks clean, original, without any excessive accessories. And because the Jimny SJ410 car is no longer young, car owners who want to apply this flow of modification will find it difficult to find original parts of this car. And of course, the scarcity of these parts also makes modification costs quite expensive
The last one is off road flow. The modified Suzuki Jimny with off road flow usually uses large tires and has a crane in the front bumper. The car body is also usually made higher than the original.