The Suzuki Super Carry and the seventh generation Suzuki Carry was built by Suzuki Indomobil in 1983. From 2016 to 2019, operations and assembly of this widely popular working vehicle were in the Philippines. A turbo diesel, a two-cylinder variant developed locally was introduced in 2016. It was offered as a utility vehicle, a cargo van, and a truck with a wide flatbed engineered and built with the bodywork of a Jeepney.
Suzuki's best-selling commercial vehicle
The Suzuki Super Carry Pickup Truck, the Suzuki Super Carry Cargo Van, and the Suzuki Super Carry Utility Van share the same measurements. They are 3,800 mm long, 1562mm wide, and stand 1,883mm tall. This two-door vehicle has a ground clearance of 175mm, providing security to your deliverables against floods.
The interior is basic but is fitted with essential items. Its dashboard, complete with essentials such a decent gauge cluster and the likes, is made from sturdy plastic. The steering wheel looks and feels durable. Cabin space is generous and can comfortably fit two fully grown adults thanks to its extended head and legroom. The driver’s seat is engineered to slide, providing relief, especially when driving all day. All variants of this trusted workhorse have a single DIN with AM and FM radio matched with speakers, USB/SD interface, LCD, and an auxiliary input to keep riders entertained.
The Suzuki Super Carry Cargo Van has a rivet-free aluminum panel perfect to attach business signages and advertisements. It is built with an inner wall made from plywood. The back door swings fully enabling faster loading and unloading of cargoes. It is secured using a heavy-duty lock.
On the other hand, the Suzuki Super Carry Utility Van can both accommodate goods and 10 passengers. It has comfortable seats on both sides that can be folded to provide more space for storage. Four sliding glass surrounds the cabin for ventilation. Its rear has a 70/30 split door.
Technology & Safety Features
Platform & Chassis
As earlier stated, this rear-wheel, commercial vehicle has two doors and one rear door for carrying passengers and merchandise. It is categorized as a Kei class truck, compact, practical but extremely efficient.
Engine & Drivetrain
All variants run using an 800cc DDiS Turbo Diesel engine tested to deliver great fuel efficiency and outstanding performance. It can produce 32 horsepower with a torque of 75 Nm. This rear-wheel-drive automobile comes with a five-speed manual transmission.