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Suzuki Carry turbo-diesel revealed at 6th PIMS
The all-around mini-truck from Suzuki is now fitted with a new motor after the automaker recently revealed the new Super Carry DDis. The new Super Carry is powered by a small yet efficient 0.8-liter turbo-diesel. According to Suzuki, this will help in delivering superior fuel economy.
Called the E08A, the direct injected Euro4 engine uses similar motor as the one applied in the diesel-spec Celerio in India. The two-cylinder engine displaces 793cc and benefits from a compact fuel distributor and turbocharger.
To use it in the Super Carry, Suzuki had detuned the engine to produce an output of 32 PS at 3600 rpm and 75 Nm of torque at 2000 rpm. Meanwhile, the Celerio diesel produces an output of 48 PS and 125 Nm of torque. The power is then transferred to the rear wheels via a 5-speed manual gearbox.
The Suzuki Carry measures 3,800mm in length, 1,562mm in width and 1,863mm in height. It also has a 2,110mm wheelbase, a curb weight of 865kg, and a maximum payload capacity rated at 735kg.
Aside from these, it also features a rear opening tailgate which opens up a cargo bed measuring 2,183mm in length, 1,488mm in width and 300mm in height. The minimum turning radius is at 4.3m while minimum ground clearance is at 175mm.
Suzuki said that they will soon start selling the truck version of the new Super Carry. However, the automaker did not reveal its pricing yet.