Maruti Suzuki has confirmed that it has commenced exports of its Super Carry model. The first batch is being exported to Tanzania and South Africa. Surprisingly, the manufacturer has decided to begin exports prior to the vehicle's launch in the domestic market.
In India, the Super Carry from Maruti Suzuki will launch by the second quarter of this fiscal year. The Super Carry is a Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV), which will be made in India and exported to several international markets.
At this moment, Maruti Suzuki has exported only 100 units of the Super Carry. Post Tanzania and South Africa, the LCV model will be exported to SAARC countries as well. Export to other developed countries will also be explored based on demand as well as the need.
Only petrol powered variants of the Super Carry have been exported. Maruti Suzuki will be offering its G2B engine in the LCV. There is a high possibility that Maruti Suzuki Super Carry will be powered by a diesel engine for the Indian market.