Over 70,000 Maruti Suzuki Super Carry LCVs Were Sold In Last 4 YearsDecember 25, 2020
The Maruti Suzuki Super Carry Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) has crossed the 70,000 gross sales milestone in India. Maruti Suzuki forayed into the business section in 2016 with Super Carry, and the corporate was in a position to obtain this feat in simply 4 years. In truth, the corporate says that the Super Carry LCV at present maintain a 20 per cent market share within the mini truck section. Maruti sells the mini truck in each petrol and petrol+CNG variants, and it was the primary LCV on this area to get a BS6 compliant engine, together with a twin gasoline S-CNG variant with a 5-litre petrol tank.
Speaking on the milestone, Shashank Srivastava, Executive Director (Marketing & Sales), Maruti Suzuki India Limited, stated, “Specifically engineered for the Indian mini truck customer who values superior mileage, Super Carry has fulfilled its promises. Being the 1st LCV launched with a BS6 petrol variant offering a powerful 1196 cc 4-cylinder dumdaar engine, it has found wide acceptance. Super Carry has created a niche for itself within a short span and has become the second best-selling Mini-Truck in the Light Commercial Vehicle Market. The diverse customer base stands testament for the success of Super Carry. We take this opportunity to thank all our trusted buyers for their unflinching support to reach this milestone.”
As talked about earlier, Maruti Suzuki launched the Super Carry mini truck again in September 2016, and the corporate achieved its first main gross sales milestone of 10,000 models 2 years later, by March 2018. The firm doubled that quantity within the subsequent six month, and fewer than a yr later, by January 2019, the corporate had bought 30,000 models of the Super Carry. And by the tip of 2019, the corporate had bought 50,000 models of the mini truck. The Super Carry managed to maintain related efficiency in 2020, regardless of COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdown, thus attaining the 70,000 gross sales milestone.
The Maruti Suzuki Super Carry petrol comes with a deck space that’s 2183 mm lengthy and 1488 mm huge, together with a payload capability of 740 kg. The Super Carry provides a floor clearance of 175 mm, whereas suspension duties are carried out by MacPherson struts on the entrance and a inflexible axle with leaf springs on the rear. The LCV will get all the essential options together with a lightweight steering wheel, cell charging socket, twin help grip, multi-purpose storage areas, lockable glovebox and bottle holders.
The petrol model of the Super Carry comes with a BS6 compliant 1.2-litre motor that makes 72.4 bhp and 98 Nm of peak torque. While the CNG model will get the identical petrol motor, it provides a decreased energy output of 64.three bhp and 85 Nm of peak torque, it additionally comes with a 5-litre petrol tank. Both come mated to the identical 5-speed guide gearbox.