Good driving late version of the Samurai, with maintenance history and in very nice condition. Meanwhile, the Samurai, also called the SJ413, the collector status reached. 1984, the sale of the Suzuki SJ received a new impetus thanks to the arrival of the SJ413. This is a new version with a 1.3 liter four-cylinder engine with a five-speed gearbox. Furthermore, the bodywork and interior were also refreshed. later, it was introduced with fuel injection with 66 hp. In Europe in the mid-1980s, there were many obstacles to importing Japanese cars into Europe. Suzuki tried to get around this by having the SJ 413 built from 1986 by Santana Motors, a Spanish automaker under license. The Spanish version of the SJ 413 has a softer suspension for better handling on the road. The indicators have a different color, the seats were changed and the grill looks different. It was not until 1989 that the Spanish SJ413 was effectively named "Samurai", this happening along with some optical changes and some changes to the chassis. The production of Spanish Samurai's stopped in 2003.
Glass rear window with heating