Nom­i­nees: a) Maruti Suzuki Su­per Carry b) BharatBenz 1014R Euro 5 c) Eicher Pro 6025 d) BharatBenz 3723R e) Ashok Leylnd Part­ner f) Mahin­dra Blazo 25 g) Mahin­dra Bolero Max­itruck Plus h) Tata Magna i) Tata Magix Ex­press j) Eicher Sy­line Pro 3009L AC k) Ei

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Com­bin­ing tra­di­tion, tech­nol­ogy and a deep un­der­stand­ing of the mar­ket, mod­ern CVs are promis­ing bet­ter pro­duc­tiv­ity and gains. Fit­ting the bill, the Maruti Suzuki Su­per Carry made it to the top. With the po­ten­tial to ad­dress the shift­ing re­quire­ments of its buy­ers, op­er­a­tors and driv­ers, Maruti Suzuki Su­per Carry is carv­ing out a place, al­beit at the smaller and lighter end of the CV mar­ket in In­dia. Com­ing from a com­pany that leads the In­dian pas­sen­ger car mar­ket with a share of roughly 50 per cent, the Su­per Carry is set to widen the choice for ru­ral and semi-ru­ral mar­kets where the Tata Ace and Mahin­dra Maxximo have al­ways been the heavy weights. Lever­ag­ing Maruti Suzuki’s reach and an ex­ten­sive net­work, the Su­per Carry, avail­able in diesel and CNG forms, is also carv­ing out a place in the ur­ban trans­porta­tion world. Es­pe­cially in re­gions where CNG is man­dated for en­vi­ron­men­tal re­gions. Mod­ern and with a McPher­son strut sus­pen­sion at the front, where the Su­per Carry ex­cels is the area of re­fine­ment. It may be as ba­sic as other CVs in its seg­ment, it im­presses with its abil­ity to per­form. Ver­sa­tile the Su­per Carry is.

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