Maruti Suzuki is one of the most trustable and reliable names in the automobile sector. The company was founded in February 1981 as Maruti Udyog Limited and production started in 1983 with the development of Maruti 700. During 1982, it established a joint venture with Suzuki of Japan and came to be known as Maruti Suzuki India Limited. It helped in boosting its technical and manufacturing capabilities. After immense success in the production of cars, it forayed into commercial vehicle section in 2016 with the launch of Maruti Suzuki Super Carry mini truck. Currently, it develops only one cargo carrier but has plans of extending this field shortly to empower the transporters and entrepreneurs community of India.
Since its inception, Maruti Suzuki has been the market leader in technologically advanced automobiles. Super Carry remains equipped with a futuristic BS-IV compliant engine and is also available as a CNG variant. The Company’s Commercial Channel is fast evolving and has over 300 outlets throughout the country for the sale of its cargo carrier. Maruti Suzuki also offers outstanding after-sales services through its company authorised touchpoints keeping in tune with the company’s ideology of developing a close bond with customers. They endeavour to spread their network as much as possible meeting the growing economic development of the country.Read More
Maruti Suzuki trucks price in India starts from ₹ 4.14 lacs. It has only one model available in India: Super Carry
|Maruti Suzuki Super Carry||from ₹ 4.14 lacs|
The price for Maruti Suzuki commercial vehicle starts around Rs 4.14 lakhs and goes to as high as Rs 4.86 lakhs for Super Carry. There are two variants for this cargo carrier- Diesel and CNG version. It is an excellent 1.6-tonnes mini pickup truck for the intra-city transport of agricultural and FMCG products. Super Carry comes with a highly advanced BS-IV compliant 793cc diesel engine and 1196cc CNG mill. It remains equipped with a deck body with day cabin and can transport goods up to 740 kg. Overall, it is an excellent commercial vehicle for small scale transporters.
Since its launch, Maruti Suzuki has earned the acclamation of developing outstanding automobiles which can deliver high mileage. Super Carry also does not disappoint you in this regard. It offers an impressive mileage of 22.07 kmpl in its diesel variant. The Indo-Japanese manufacturer offers cutting edge technology in this vehicle for easy handling and improved fuel-efficiency. It gets powered by a BS-IV compliant 793cc engine, churning out an impressive 32 bhp @ 3500 rpm maximum power, and a peak torque of 75 Nm @ 2000 rpm. The mill remains mated to a 5-speed manual transmission gearbox which can generate a top speed of 80 kmph.
In spite of being a mini pickup truck, Super Carry- the only commercial vehicle from the Maruti Suzuki fleets displays an exceptional load-carrying capability. You can effortlessly transport up to 625 kg. The cargo carrier comes with a Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) of 1600 kg, and a kerb weight of 975 kg. The suspension duties of Super Carry is taken care of by Mc Pherson Strut with coil spring front suspension, and a rigid leaf spring rear suspension so that even the worst potholes on city roads do not damage your delivery. Super Carry helps in fulfilling the business needs of small scale entrepreneurs and budding transporters across the country.
It is a fact that Maruti Suzuki has built trust among commercial vehicle owners through their relentless services and continuous endeavour for perfection. However, there are some national and international brands offering stiff competition to this Indo-Japanese brand Bajaj Auto, Force Motors, Isuzu Motors, Mahindra & Mahindra, Piaggio, and Tata Motors.
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