Khulula uMoya (Zulu)

Free Spirit (English)

Experience the freedom to go where other vehicles dare not. Mountainous road, coastal road, quiet road, sunny road, giraffe next to road. Which road will you take next?

Take a modified Suzuki Jimny 4×4 on your adventure holiday

Use only what you need; tread lightly upon this earth.

Go with Light Impact

Our modified Jimny 4x4s have captured the hearts of eco-savvy adventurers because:

Caution: You may pass heavier 4×4’s that get stuck in the mud.

Our modified Jimnys bravely tackle dirt roads and challenging mountain passes.
A 3-door vehicle is just what you need for one or two people.

We fit special all terrain tyres for extra grip

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We upgrade the suspension for better performance

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The vehicle’s height and large windows mean you see more

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A 1.5L engine makes it a super fuel efficient 4×4

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Included Creature Comforts

PLUS, at no extra cost, pick n choose your gear:

Everything you need to enjoy your road trip.

View the full equipment list here

Get Real - Speak to Stuart

Sometimes you want to speak to a real person and ask your questions.

Get advice from your on-the-ground South African.

Get Real - Speak to Stuart

Sometimes you want to speak to a real person and ask your questions.

Get advice from your on-the-ground South African.

Everything we needed

“First night setting up our tent and we quickly lost daylight. Luckily the included lights were charged and the tent easy to access and assemble. Comfy chairs and we had everything we needed for camp.

Stuart was great to deal with and provided valuable suggestions for our itinerary including organizing some accommodation. ”  
Karen Waalwyk


Go with Confidence

Don’t let anything hold you back.

What makes us different?

So much more than just a Jimny.

Vehicle Specifications

For the technical buffs:

Models 3-door Tread Lite Jimny 5-door Tread Lite Family Jimny
FUEL CONSUMPTION From 6.3ℓ/100km (25% less than an average 4×4) From 6.7ℓ/100 km
CO2 EMISSIONS 158 g/kg (18% less than average diesel 4×4) 146 g/km
VEHICLE WEIGHT 1 435kg (38% less than an average 4×4) 1 545kg
VEHICLE SIZE 1720mm (h) x 3625mm (l) x 1645mm (w) 1720mm (h) x 3820-3985mm (l) x 1645mm (w)
ENGINE SIZE 1,5 L Petrol 1,5 L Petrol
CONNECTIVITY Smartphone connects with cord Smartphone connects with WiFi
GEARBOX Manual or Automatic Manual or Automatic
4x4 GEARING Yes Yes
MEDIA DISPLAY Digital clock + touchscreen Larger touchscreen 9 inch display
STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS Hands free/audio controls Audio controls + Hands-free phone control + Tilt-adjust
SAFETY Front airbags, ABS Brakes & ESP stability control Front airbags, Side airbags and curtain airbags, ABS Brakes & ESP stability control
PARK ASSIST No Yes, includes rear camera
LUGGAGE CAPACITY 830ℓ (300L Thule Roof Box) 1 113ℓ (300L Thule Roof Box)

Add an Off-road Camping Trailer

What’s inside?

Included is a battery back-up system that allows you to run the fridge, lights, and your electronics. A solar charger is available on request.

Everything you need and nothing you don’t.

Tread lightly on earth. Leave only your footprints behind.

5 Must-See Self-Drive Destinations in South Africa

1. Kruger Park National Park

Kruger is a wildlife reserve bigger than the entire country of the Netherlands. Here you can go on a self-drive Wildlife Safari and see animals in their natural habitat. Go for the Big 5, but don’t miss the Shy 5! There are many winding side roads for the adventurer to explore in a 4×4. 

2. The Garden Route (Coastal)

Wild coastal scenery stretches for miles along the Cape coast in the South. Here you find rugged mountains, forests and unspoilt beaches and lagoons. Charming and beautiful, with plenty of adventure activities. Take time to explore the many hidden coastal inlets.

3. Cape Town and the Winelands

Experience the culture of Cape Town and the easy-going, colourful locals. Explore Table Mountain cable car or try abseiling. Enjoy the nature reserves and some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Visit the peaceful Cape wine estates.

4. Drakensberg and Lesotho Mountains

The highest mountainous area in South Africa. Great for adventurous nature lovers. See rock paintings and traditional beadwork. Enjoy outdoor activities, such as hikes or rock climbing, mountain biking and remote 4×4 trails.

Enjoy a meal at the highest pub in Africa after scaling the beautiful Sani Pass.

5. The Wild Coast

Also known as the Transkei, the Wild Coast is situated along the Eastern Cape province’s northern ruggered coastline. It is known for its breath-taking views, beaches and the freshest of seafood.

Best explored in a Jimny, this remote wilderness will surely show off South Africas’ most natural and unspoilt beauty.

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