Suzuki India has launched a BS6 compliant S-CNG variant of Super Carry. Maruti
Suzuki Super Carry is the first light commercial vehicle to upgrade to BS6
engine. The Super Carry BSVI CNG has been priced at Rs 507,000/- (ex showroom).
already sold one million green vehicles (including CNG, Smart Hybrid vehicles),
Maruti Suzuki, under its ‘Mission Green Million’, aims to sell the next one
million green vehicles in the next couple of years, spearheading their mass
adoption across the country.
Srivastava, Executive Director (Marketing & Sales), Maruti Suzuki India
Limited said, “With over 56,000 units sold through the 320+ strong Maruti
Suzuki Commercial Channel network, Super Carry has been consistently
outperforming the mini-truck segment. …The bi-fuel S-CNG variant has been
accepted very well in the Small commercial vehicle market and already
contributes around 8% to the Super Carry sales.”
Carry is powered by a 1196cc petrol engine which delivers 64.36hp@000rpm and a
peak torque of 85Nm@3000rpm. It comes with an array of safety and convenience
features like reverse parking sensor, seat belt reminder, lockable glove box
and a large loading deck. Super Carry is the only LCV in the country with a
dual fuel S-CNG variant with a 5L Petrol tank, for on-road assurance.
Suzuki S-CNG vehicles are equipped with dual interdependent ECUs (Electronic
Control Units) and intelligent injection system. Vehicles are factory fitted,
and specially tuned and calibrated to deliver optimum performance and enhanced
drivability across all kinds of terrains.
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