Specifications of the Suzuki Super Carry

Updated April 17, 2017

The Suzuki Super Carry is a Japanese minivan. This line has been in production for over 50 years and has changed considerably over time. The Super Carry made its debut in 1966 as a full cab truck, according to XS 4 All. As of 2010, the Super Carry is in its seventh generation as a full-size minivan. The model discussed here is the 1990 model of the Suzuki Super Carry from the fifth generation, as this is when the minivan was at its height of production.


The 1990 model of the Suzuki Super Carry measures 129.5 inches in length, 65.3 inches in width and 70.7 inches in height. It has a 72.4-inch wheelbase, a front track of 47.6 inches and a rear track of 47.2 inches. The curb weight is 1,807.8 pounds and the maximum gross weight is 3,108.5 pounds.

Engine Specifications

The engine in the 1990 Suzuki Super Carry has a displacement of 970cc with 2.46 inches of bore and 2.83 inches of stroke. It has 44 horsepower at 5,300rpm and a torque of 56 foot-pounds at 3,200rpm. The displacement ratio is 8.8-to-1. The clutch is a single dry plate with a diaphragm spring and a cable-operated release mechanism. The diameter of the friction plate on the Suzuki Super Carry is 7.1 inches.

Brake Specifications

The 1990 model of the Suzuki Super Carry has anti-lock brakes on the front and rear. The front brakes have a disc with a single piston caliper, a disc diameter of 8.46 inches and a thickness of .39 inches, with a minimum thickness of .33 inches. The rear brakes have a drum with leading and trailing shoes. The rear brake drum has a diameter of 8.66 inches and a maximum diameter of 8.75 inches.

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