1985 Suzuki Jimny / Sj410 / Samurai 88k Original Miles, Rare Import From Canada on 2040-cars
Burns, Oregon, United States
1985 Suzuki SJ410 88k original miles, 1.0 liter 4 cylinder, 4 speed manual transmission. 30" Radial SXT MT tires on aftermarket 15x7 wheels. Underneath is completely sealed/coated. SPOA 3" lift, high steer conversion, winch, custom front bumper, new paint, new clutch. Engine rebuilt @ 77k miles (10k ago) and comes with spare parts! Runs and drives great. Engine is in excellent shape, no leaks and does not burn any oil, transmission and transfercase in excellent shape. Body in excellent condition. All lights and electronics work, has full aftermarket gauge set installed. Excellent oil pressure (50 psi), engine stays right at 190F after warmed up. Has fold down windshield setup. It has a clean/clear Oregon title.
Minor issues (complete disclosure)
1. Slight vibration from 25-35mph after SPOA lift (may need drive line spacer in rear).
2. Ignition cylinder broke so I temporarily installed starter button until it can be replaced.
3. Exhaust was removed so I installed a temporary muffler and side exit until a new system is installed.
Very rare to find on of these in this amazing condition! Just a few minor inexpensive things to replace and it would be like new!
Vehicle is located in Burns, Oregon. Pickup only unless you arrange shipping. US buyers only. $1000 deposit due within 24hrs of purchase.
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Auto blogSat, 30 Nov 2013
While turbocharging and supercharging may be nothing new in the automotive industry, motorcycle engines are almost always naturally aspirated. But even that's beginning to change. At the Tokyo Motor Show last week, two major Japanese companies showed off new forced-induction motorbike engines.
Kawasaki rolled in with a supercharged four-cylinder motorbike engine. It offered little in the way of details, disclosing only that the turbine blades were developed in-house to withstand the heat and vibration of spooling up at motorbike speeds.
Suzuki is taking a different approach, however. Its Recursion concept bike packs a turbocharged 588cc two-cylinder engine with a turbocharger and intercooler. The compact package churns out just under 100 horsepower and 74 pound-feet of torque, packaged into a motorbike that weighs just 384 pounds dry.
It's with some sadness that we present to you the Suzuki iV-4 Concept - there's absolutely no way we'll ever see a production Suzuki based off this conceptual design in the States, despite the fact that the brand has quite a small-SUV heritage on our shores. Of course, we won't be seeing any new Suzuki passenger cars or trucks in the US at all...
For the rest of the world, Suzuki's push with this concept is personalization. According to the automaker, the name is broken down as such: "i" stands for "individuality," "V" for "vehicle," and "4" for "4 wheel-drive." A tad convoluted, perhaps, but we'll roll with it.
As far as its styling, the iV4 doesn't break any new ground for Suzuki, recalling its past and current production models with details that include a clamshell hood and a five-slot grille. Suzuki promises a production variant of this concept, and the "individuality" part will be accomplished through a selection of exterior components, colors and textures, though we're not clear what exactly that means or how it will differ from the accepted practice of ordering a unique car through a dealership.
Following word that Suzuki is ceasing car sales in America, it appears that demand for the Japanese automaker's wares have increased. According to The Detroit News, American Suzuki Motor Corp. will import an additional 2,500 vehicles to quench demand that has jumped since the company announced that it was filing for bankruptcy and ending sales in America.
Dealers recently informed their sales personnel that no more vehicles would be produced and that this was the final push. With heavy incentives and a seven-year warranty as value-adds, November sales for Suzuki rose in November some 22 percent, up to 2,224 vehicles. December sales also rose, but neither month's gains outweigh the long-term losses for the automaker. While Suzuki will sell roughly 22,000 cars this year in the US, it was selling about 120,000 annually before 2008.
As it stands, Suzuki will sell off the rest of its vehicle inventory, including the 2,500 additional units, and dealers will continue to provide parts an warranty work. With all of this negative news for the automaker, it's impressive to see an interest in Suzuki vehicles even with the imminent shuttering of its North American car sales.