Maruti Suzuki Super Carry CNG BS6 launched, price Rs 5.07 lakh

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Maruti Suzuki Super Carry BS6

Auto Desk, Web4Study, New Delhi
Updated Fri, 22 May 2020 04:54 PM IST

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Maruti Suzuki (Maruti Suzuki) has launched its LCV (Light Commercial Vehicle) Super Carry (Super Carry) with a new BS6 fuel emission standards petrol CNG engine. The ex-showroom price of this LCV has been kept at Rs 5.07 lakh. With this, the Super Carry has become the first light commercial vehicle to be upgraded to a BS6 engine and sixth in Maruti Suzuki’s BS6 standard S-CNG class of vehicles.
The engine
The Super Carry gets a 1.2-liter 4-cylinder petrol engine. This engine generates 65PS of power at 6,000rpm and 85Nm of torque at 3,000rpm. Speaking of safety and convenience, the Super Carry comes with features like reverse parking sensor, seat belt reminder, lockable glove box and a large loading deck.
Super carry sales
Referring to the launch, Shashank Srivastava, executive director (marketing and sales), Maruti Suzuki India Limited said, “With over 56,000 units sold through Maruti Suzuki’s more than 320 commercial channel networks, the Super Carry continues to be in the mini truck segment. Is doing better. It was created specifically for the small commercial vehicle segment user. ”
 He added, “Super Carry has helped the business turn a profit. This is due to the fact that this model has become the second best-selling model within just two years of its launch. Bi-fuel in the small commercial vehicle market The S-CNG variant has been very well accepted and already contributes about 8 per cent to Super Carry sales. The introduction of the competitively priced BS6 S-CNG variant has been renewed by the government on CNG fuel availability The Super Carry brand will continue to grow stronger with focus. ”
The vehicle was first launched in 2010 in the CNG segment. The company has since sold more than 1 million green vehicles, including CNG and smart hybrid vehicles. Maruti Suzuki says that its S-CNG vehicle range is in line with the Indian government’s vision to reduce oil imports and increase the share of natural gas in the country’s energy needs from 6.2 per cent to 15 per cent by 2030. With this, a 56 percent increase in new CNG stations in the last year is being seen as a step in the right direction. Last year, 477 new stations were built, compared to an average of 156 stations in the last 5 years.

abstract

  • Maruti Suzuki’s LCV Super Carry upgraded
  • BS6 launches with petrol CNG engine with fuel emission standards
  • Ex-showroom price of LCV kept at Rs 5.07 lakh
  • Country’s first light commercial vehicle to be upgraded to Super Carry BS6

Detailed

Maruti Suzuki (Maruti Suzuki) has launched its LCV (Light Commercial Vehicle) Super Carry (Super Carry) with a new BS6 fuel emission standards petrol CNG engine. The ex-showroom price of this LCV has been kept at Rs 5.07 lakh. With this, the Super Carry has become the first light commercial vehicle to be upgraded to a BS6 engine and sixth in Maruti Suzuki’s BS6 standard S-CNG class of vehicles.

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