Maruti Suzuki launched its Super Carry Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) with Reverse Parking Assist System (RPAS). According to a regulatory filing on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), the safety feature is now offered as standard equipment on all variants of the Maruti Suzuki Super Carry. In addition, the Super Carry became expensive by Rs. 18,000. The price of the 2021 model with a reverse parking system now ranges from Rs. 4.48 lakh to Rs. 5.46 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The new rates are effective from April 30, 2021, onwards.
Maruti Suzuki India said in its regulatory filing: “This is to inform you that all variants of Super Carry have been upgraded to new version of RPAS system. The revised ex-showroom price applicable in Delhi shall vary from Rs 4,48,000/- to Rs 5,46,000/-. The same is effective from today i.e. 30th April 2021.”
Maruti sells the truck on both petrol and CNG + petrol and was the first LCV in this space to have a BS6-compliant engine, alongside the S-CNG dual-fuel variant with a 5-litre gas tank. The petrol version of the LCV comes with a 1.2-litre BS6-compliant engine that generates 72.4 bhp and 98 Nm of peak torque. Although the CNG version has the same petrol engine, it offers 64.3 bhp and 85 Nm of maximum torque, and it also comes with a 5-liter petrol tank. Engines are mated to 5-speed manual gearbox.
Maruti Super Carry comes with a surface 2,183mm long and 1,488mm wide, along with a payload capacity of 740kg. The Super Carry offers 175mm ground clearance, while suspension functions are performed by MacPherson struts at the front and a solid axle with leaf springs at the rear. The LCV has all the essential features, including a lightweight steering wheel, portable charging jack, dual assist grip, multipurpose storage spaces, a bottle holder, and a lockable glove compartment