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Super Carry From Maruti Suzuki Breaches 100,000 Mark In 5 Years

TNI || New Delhi || 14th Dec 2021

Maruti Suzuki, which is India’s largest automaker, has announced that its light commercial vehicle Super Carry has crossed a cumulative unit sales of 1,00,000 vehicles in the last five years right from its launch.

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Interestingly, Super Carry is the only electric mini-truck in India, that has a four-cylinder engine and is used as a pickup and mini loading truck. Super Carry was launched in 2016 and has been available in both petrol and CNG variants.

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Shashank Srivastava, Senior Executive Director of Sales and Marketing, Maruti Suzuki India, says that in a very short period, the vehicle has received a phenomenal reception from the market and has found unparalleled acceptance from the customers.

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As per him, the S-CNG variant of this vehicle has helped businesses enhance their bottom line due to an exceptional mileage of 21.55 km/kg.

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Super Carry has proven that mini trucks are indeed powerful, easy on maintenance, comfortable, and profitable too.