Suzuki Annoucnes Special Offer on Super Carry

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Suzuki Annoucnes Special Offer on Super Carry

June 12: CG Motocorp, the authorized distributor for Suzuki four-wheelers in Nepal and the automotive division of CG Holdings, has announced special offer on Super Carry. Under this offer, customers purchasing Suzuki Super Carry can avail Rs 20,000 discount with free insurance facility for a year. The company offers 2 years/30000 km (whichever is earlier) warranty together with after-sales support. The company is also providing an additional benefit of one-year free servicing facility with free engine oil, oil filter, air filter and screen wash as per the maintenance schedule.

The Super Carry is priced at Rs 1.19 million. According to the company the  Super Carry is a vehicle that is intended to increase the profit and income of the users.

“The offer introduced will further add into the profit and earning of customers with lowest cost of ownership,” the statement added.

According to the company, Suzuki Super Carry is powered by a 793cc twin-cylinder diesel engine and comes paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. The Super Carry is said to produce 32.63 bhp of power at 3500rpm and maximum torque of 75Nm at 2000rpm while delivering an ARAI certified fuel efficiency of 22.07 km/l.

The company has claimed a top speed of 80 km/h. The Super Carry comes with a loading bay of and offers a payload capacity of 740 kg. The ground clearance stands at 160 mm, while suspension duties are performed by Macpherson struts at the front and a rigid axle with leaf springs at the rear.

The wheelbase measures 2110mm and at 4.3 meters, the turning radius is similar to that of a hatchback. The vehicle has all the basic features including a light steering wheel, mobile charging socket, dual assist grip, multi-purpose storage spaces, lockable glove box and bottle holders.

Riding on 12-inch wheels, the Super Carry is equipped with Load Sensing Proportioning Valve (LSPV) braking system that provides better stability during braking along with the front disc and rear drum brakes


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