Maruti Suzuki India Limited
has launched its first Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) Super Carry. The vehicle
was unveiled by RS Kalsi, Executive Director (Marketing & Sales), T
Hashimoto, Executive Director (Marketing & Sales) and CV Raman, Executive
Director (Engineering), Maruti Suzuki India, at an exclusive ceremony held in
Equipped with a powerful 793
cc diesel engine Maruti Suzuki Super Carry delivers a mileage of 22.07 Km per
litre. It comes with a superior loading capacity of 740 kgs and a loading deck
of 3.25 Sq. metre.
Launching the Super Carry,
Kalsi said, “With Super Carry we target to fulfil the business needs of our
customers. Super Carry is a robust load carrying vehicle that is made for
carrying large loads yet offers high fuel efficiency. Our robust service
network brings a huge assurance to the customers.”
He added, “Maruti Suzuki has
changed the way India drives; similarly Super Carry will bring in a revolution
in the LCV segment. Our target is to reach out to more customers, for this we
plan to set up 50 showrooms across five states.”
Raman said, “Super Carry is a
result of our extensive research of the Light Commercial Vehicle market. It addresses
the need for power, stability, ride & handling and fuel efficiency. With shorter turnaround time, more trips and
more savings Super Carry is an ideal product for the LCV customer.”
Maruti Suzuki has invested
about Rs. 300 crore towards the development of Super Carry for the Indian
market. Maruti Suzuki has established a new commercial sales channel for the
Super Carry. Super Carry is available in two widely preferred colours: Superior
White and Silky Silver.
The Maruti Suzuki Super Carry
is available at a price of Rs. 4,03,000/- (ex-showroom, Ahmedabad).
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