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
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.