Suzuki Auto UN and Pepsi-Cola Products Philippines Inc. (PCPPI) celebrated the turnover of the first batch of All-New Carry units last August 27. The ceremony was held in PCPPI’s head office in Tunasan, Muntinlupa.
The turnover ceremony was attended by the representatives of Suzuki Auto UN that includes dealer principal EVP Williard Keng, general manager Robert Bautista, and its fleet manager Edgar Santiago.
From left to right: Robert Bautista, Marko Rivera, John Albert Ayro, Alvin M. Valencia, Willard Keng, Ryan Mariano, Edgar Santiago
On the other hand, PCPPI’s representatives included PCPPI senior general manager, Luzon 1, Alvin M. Valencia, joined by senior manager for sales information and systems, Ryan P. Mariano, and national fleet senior manager John Albert Ayro.
Suzuki shall distribute a total of 105 Carry units to PCPPI, in which 21 of them were already turned over and are to be utilized as PCPPI’s delivery vehicle.
The Suzuki Carry is a 2-seater compact truck designed to withstand all challenges on the road. The truck has been serving businesses with reliable transport services since its introduction way back in 1961. PCPPI knows that the all-new Carry is qualified to keep its fast-paced company moving.
The All-New Suzuki Carry
Powering the all-new Carry is a 1.5-liter 4-cylinder K15B gasoline engine capable of making 95 hp at 5,600 rpm and 135 Nm of torque at 4,400 rpm. It has a payload capacity rated at 940 kg and has a cargo bed space of 2,565 mm x 1,660 mm x 355 mm.
Suzuki Philippines is offering two variants of the Carry, namely the Cab and Chassis 1.5L, and Truck 1.5L. The Carry Cab and Chassis 1.5L is priced at Php 499,000 while the Carry Truck 1.5L is priced at Php 509,000. Suzuki said that it welcomes all customer customization requirements.
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