India’s largest passenger carmaker Maruti Suzuki, which enjoys an over 48 percent market share in the passenger vehicle segment, is gearing up to foray into the commercial segment in India with the Super Carry LCV.
Interestingly, the Super Carry will be produced in India and exported to South Africa, where it will first go on sale in June 2016, followed by a launch in India.
Maruti will launch the Super Carry in India with an option of both, a petrol and diesel engine, RC Bhargava, chairman of Maruti Suzuki India, told sister publication Autocar Professional in an interview recently. The company is optimistic about the response to the commercial vehicle due to growth witnessed by the LCV segment in the last few months, he added.
The Super Carry comes with a payload capacity of 750kg, has a load bay of 1,490mm in width and a ground clearance of 175mm.
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