Leading car manufacturer in
the country Maruti Suzuki has finally made a foray into the commercial vehicle
segment. The company is all set to start exports of its much awaited Light
Commercial Vehicle “Super Carry” to South Africa and Tanzania. The first lot of
nearly 100 Super Carry Light Commercial Vehicles has been dispatched for
shipment, the company informed in a press communication.
The shipment to South Africa
and Tanzania is of the petrol variant of Super Carry.The petrol variant for
export market is powered by G12B engine. Besides African markets the Company
also plans to export the Super Carry to SAARC nations.
Based on the feedback, Maruti Suzuki will
explore export opportunities for Super Carry in other international markets. The
India launch for Super Carry is planned in the second quarter of the current
fiscal. To begin with, it will be launched in select parts of the country. For
the domestic market Super Carry will be powered by the E08 diesel engine.
The company is setting up a separate retail
channel in the Indian market, exclusively for the Super Carry, Maruti Suzuki
announced. The Super Carry will be directly competing with the likes of the
successful Tata Ace as well as the Mahindra Maxximo.
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