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Maruti Super Carry merely took a time of five year to cross the 1 Lakh units sale in India

Maruti Suzuki has achieved a new sales milestone by cumulatively retailing 1 Lakh units of the Super Carry mini-truck in the country. It merely took a time of five year to cross the 1 Lakh units sale in the Indian market. Maruti Super Carry is the only mini-truck in India to be powered by a 4-cylinder engine while available in both petrol-only and CNG versions. The company entered the commercial vehicle segment in 2016 with the Super Carry and it is sold across the country via Maruti's 335+ commercial outlets in more than 237 cities.

Maruti Super Carry comes equipped with several modern features such as reverse parking sensors, seat belt reminder, a lockable glove box, a mobile charging socket, and a light steering wheel. Under the bonnet, it has a 4-cylinder petrol engine which develops top power of 72 bhp at 6000 rpm and peak torque of 98 Nm at 3000 rpm. There is also a dual fuel S-CNG variant with a 5L petrol tank. The mini-truck boasts of a 2183mm long and 1488mm wide deck area while the payload capacity stands at 740 kgs. It has a ground clearance of 175 mm with MacPherson struts as front suspension and a rigid axle with leaf springs as rear suspension. The Super Carry can be serviced through 3800+ Maruti Suzuki service centers across India.

Speaking on the milestone, Mr. Shashank Srivastava, Senior Executive Director (Marketing & Sales), Maruti Suzuki India Limited said, “In a very short time, Super Carry has received a phenomenal market reception and has found wide acceptance among customers. Through Super Carry, we have been able to cater to a diverse range of goods carrying customer requirements to enable them to be more efficient and profitable. The S-CNG variant of Super Carry has helped businesses enhance their profitability with its excellent mileage of 21.55km/kg. Super Carry has proven that mini-trucks can be powerful, comfortable to drive, easy to maintain and profitable for the owner and that is the reason why customers vouch for its quality. We thank our customers for bestowing their trust in us and making Super Carry, the second best-selling mini truck in the light commercial vehicle space.”

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