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Does gen 3 boot liner fit gen 4

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10 Aug 2019 17:28 #211995 by marbles
Hello - hopefully picking up a new Jimny next week.

I see I can buy a Suzuki flexible boot (trunk) liner for £180. (990E0-78R48-003)

Does anyone know how well a gen 3 liner might fit - hoping to save some money :)

Thanks

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10 Aug 2019 20:08 #212002 by Lambert
Welcome to the forum. Unfortunately not even close. With the seats down in a gen3 there's a 4 inch lip in the boot floor. On the gen4 it's completely flat with the seats down.

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10 Aug 2019 21:56 #212010 by Andy2640
Yeah, looks like you'll have to splash out on a new liner. You'll get used to an empty wallet with the gen 4. More stuff coming out weekly now.

We're all skint here :laugh: :laugh:

Jokin aside, welcome to the forum, and congrats on the new jimny.

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11 Aug 2019 16:15 - 11 Aug 2019 16:17 #212031 by marbles
Thanks for your help - bit of wishful thinking on my part :)

Looks like I know what my first accessory will be!
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12 Aug 2019 11:28 #212050 by DAGZOOK
If you're after a boot liner, you needn't buy the expensive plastic rigid type. The standard Gen. 4 rubber boot liner which is fully tailored and has a 1" lip around the perimeter is absolutely brilliant at the modest cost of £45 direct from Suzuki. It stops any sliding of large loads and protects the seat backs against damage. For Tip runs and 'mucky sundays', I bought a cheap 'Sakura' water-proof boot liner from Euro-car parts and it's absolutely brilliant!

It's worth noting that if you've bought a SZ5 with the optional boot storage lid fitted as standard, you would have to remove that in order to fit the rigid plastic boot liner. (Bit silly if you ask me)

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15 Aug 2019 13:04 #212124 by marbles
Thanks for the tip - sadly I'd already ordered - the Suzuki boot liner should be arriving tomorrow.
Car arrived today though :)

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19 Aug 2019 08:11 #212278 by marbles
I fitted the boot liner at the weekend - instructions are in German but I don't think they add anything. Basically you just have stick the supplied 3M velcro tabs onto the interior surfaces in matching positions. I've only added some keys ones for now as I'm not sure how I feel about velcro all over the place - I'll use it and add more if necessary. I'm especially not keen to velcro the paint on the rear door edge.
There's some string to tie up the front top edge to the headrests.

It's a good fit as you might expect for an official accessory though it feels expensive for what it is. It looks a bit crinkly in the photos but once the creases fall out it will be a really snug fit.

The rear seat belts get in the way but there's a small recess under the rear cover which almost seems designed for the seat belt clip to wedge into... That's what I did anyway.


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