Specifications for Suzuki Carry Trucks

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Specifications for Suzuki Carry Trucks
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The Suzuki Carry truck has been on roads around the world since the 1960s. This popular and small utilitarian truck has many useful features to help with your daily and transport work. The truck features low gas mileage. Its small size makes it perfect for parking in tight spots and driving on narrow roads. Modifications such as right- or left-hand steering wheel options add to the versatility of this Japanese vehicle.

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Mechanical

The Suzuki Carry trucks have a three-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 660cc gasoline engine. It's available with either a four- or five-speed manual or automatic transmission. The 8-gallon tank requires the use of unleaded gasoline, and fuel consumption rates at between 40 to 50mpg in the city. Two low/high beam headlights offer safe travel at night or on cloudy days. In-dash lighting, turn indicators, parking and brake lights and rear reverse lights are all standard equipment. The 12-volt electrical system has solid-state ignition and a 12-volt battery. The truck offers independent front and rear suspension, with the front using strut suspension and coil springs, and the rear has leaf springs and shocks.

Body

The Suzuki Carry truck is classified as a minitruck by all standards. The boxy steel-frame cab boasts unibody construction with a large windshield. A wide, black plastic bumper protects the front end from denting. Dimensions for this short-body truck measures 3675mm long, 1780mm tall and 1475mm wide. This small truck, which only comes in white, has two doors and two seats. The metal truck bed is hinged on the sides and rear with panels that fold down 180 degrees to yield a completely flat area to carry loads.

Features

Optional features on the Suzuki Carry truck are the drive type. This truck is manufactured both as a two- and a four-wheel drive. The truck offers rack-and-pinion steering, with the steering wheel positioned standard on the right-hand side of the vehicle. Seats are constructed using cloth-trimmed upholstery. A simple radio with two small speakers comes standard. Choose standard city road tires or get off-road varieties for the four-wheel drive. Front brakes feature ventilated disc brakes, while the rear axle has drum brakes. Safety features include windshield wipers, seat-belts, two adjustable side-view mirrors and an inside-centred rear-view mirror. Air conditioning is optional, but a heater is standard gear.

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