₱ 554,000 - 679,000
Suzuki Carry Specs
Body Type Pickup
Segment Commercial
Engine Displacement 1.5 L
Horsepower 95 PS
Transmission Type MT
Energy Type Fuel
The 2023 - 2024 Suzuki Carry is offered in 4 variants - which are priced from ₱ 554,000 to ₱ 679,000, the base model of carry is 2021 Suzuki Carry Cab and Chasis 1.5L which is at a price of ₱ 554,000 and the top variant of Suzuki Carry is 2021 Suzuki Carry Utility Van 1.5L which is offered at a price of ₱ 679,000.
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  • Overview
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Features
  • Powertrain
  • Conclusion
  • Overview

    The Suzuki Carry is a small commercial vehicle with a separate front cab and a configurable rear body. Its compact size and highly configurable rear body enables the Carry to be popular among business owners. This is because it presents a practical alternative to having to use large full-size trucks. The Suzuki Carry comes in four variants namely, the Carry Cab and Chassis, Carry Truck, Carry Cargo Van and the Carry Utility Van. In spite of its compact dimensions, the Carry has a payload rating of 940 kgs. Power-wise, the Carry has a 1.5-liter gasoline engine producing 95 and 135 Nm of torque with a 5-speed manual transmission. The price range of the Carry starts at ₱614,000 to ₱739,000.

    History and Launch

    The current Suzuki Carry is now on its eleventh generation and has greatly evolved since the first generation that was launched during the sixties. The 11th generation Suzuki Carry was initially launched during the 27th Indonesia International Motor Show on April 2019 and is exported to nearly 100 countries. In Thailand and here in the Philippines, the latest Carry was launched on September 2019 and received a facelift in 2021. The Suzuki Carry comes in four variants with a price ranging from ₱614,000 to ₱739,000.

    Variants and Price

    The Suzuki Carry price in the Philippines starts at ₱614,000 for the Suzuki Carry Cab and Chassis 1.5L, while the top line model is Suzuki Carry Utility Van 1.5L priced at ₱739,000.

     Variant Price
    Suzuki Carry Cab and Chassis 1.5L 
    ₱614,000 
    Suzuki Carry Truck 1.5L 
    ₱624,000 
    Suzuki Carry Cargo Van 1.5L 
    ₱699,000 
    Suzuki Carry Utility Van 1.5L 
    ₱739,000

  • Exterior


    The basic design of the Suzuki Carry carries a modern themed front cab and a longer front overhang. Overall, the current Suzuki Carry is slightly bigger as compared to the previous models.

      Suzuki Carry Truck
    Suzuki Carry Utility Van
    Suzuki Carry Cargo Van
    Length
    4,195 mm 
    4,344 mm (Excluding step board) 
    4,237 mm (Excluding step bard) 
    Width
    1,765 mm 
    1,765 mm 
    1,765 mm 
    Height
    1,910 mm 
    2,030 mm 
    2,167 mm 
    Wheelbase
    2,205 mm 
    2,205 mm 
    2,205 mm 

    The front grille houses a pair of reflector headlamps with wide clearance lights and a large windshield. Adding contrast to its mostly flat side panels, there are creases on the doors featuring upswept windows.

    The Carry Utility Van comes with a 50/50 split fold bench seats to open up more space when needed. The Carry Truck has a flat pickup bed with 3-side access for ease in loading. Then there’s the Carry Cargo Van that’s fitted with an aluminum van for delivering/carrying cargo.

  • Interior

    The cabin of The Suzuki Carry offers ample legroom as the shift lever that used be floor mounted has now been relocated to the dashboard. Along with the cab over engine layout, this makes the cabin even more spacious.

    The dashboard of the Carry is straightforward and comes with just the essential things and features that a driver needs. The rectangular design element looks great while being functional. The one on the driver side houses the instrument cluster, and the one on the passenger side functions as a console box to store things. The center console houses the single DIN stereo and the manual air con controls. The fabric seats of the Suzuki Carry come with 3-point ELR seatbelts and a sliding function for the driver’s side.

  • Features

    Technology and Safety Features

    To keep the front occupants of the Suzuki Carry entertained, there’s a 1-DIN stereo with radio tuner and USB port, while the sound comes from a pair of speakers. Being a commercial vehicle, the Carry only gets basic safety features such as, three-point ELR seat belts for the driver and passenger.

  • Powertrain

    The Suzuki Carry gets its power from a 1.5-liter, inline-4 cylinder engine with multi-point injection system that’s mated to a 5-speed transmission. Despite sharing the same engine type with the Suzuki Jimny and Ertiga, the one that the Carry uses has been optimized for commercial use on a work vehicle. Factory rated to generate 95 hp and 135 Nm of torque the Suzuki Carry delivers ample power and torque over the entire rpm range that's great for hauling heavy loads, while saving on fuel costs.

      
    Engine
    K15B 
    Engine Type
    1.5-liter, Inline-4, 16-valve, Multi-Point Injection System
    Transmission
    5-speed Manual
    Power output
    95 hp @ 5,600 rpm 
    Torque Output 
    135 Nm @ 4,400 rpm

    Platform & Chassis

    The Suzuki Carry is a small commercial vehicle with a separate front cab and rear utility body over chassis. The front suspension consists of MacPherson struts with coil springs while the rear suspension utilizes Over-slung type leaf springs with shock absorbers, designed for heavy duty use. For stopping power, the Carry relies on ventilated discs up front and leading and trailing rear drum brakes. With a short wheelbase, the Carry is highly maneuverable with a minimum turning radius of 4.4 meters. This makes it ideal for getting in and out of tight work spaces without having to make unnecessary 3-point turns. The Suzuki Carry comes with 13-inch steel wheels with 165/80R13 tires.

  • Conclusion

    The Suzuki Carry is a smart alternative, most especially if the needs only require a compact sized hauler. With different rear cab options, this makes the Carry a capable and practical workhorse that can suit just about any need.

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  • How much is Suzuki Carry in the Philippines?

    The Suzuki Carry price in the Philippines starts at ₱554,000. The lowest price is the 2021 Suzuki Carry Cab and Chasis 1.5L, ranging all the way up to the 2021 Suzuki Carry Utility Van 1.5L priced at ₱679,000.

  • Is the Suzuki Carry a good car?

    The Suzuki Carry is a popular car to buy as it offers powerful and efficient engine options as well as premium, spacious interiors. Even used Suzuki Carry cars offer the premium driving experience.

  • Is Suzuki Carry manual or automatic?

    We're learning that the 2021 Suzuki Carry is available with continuously variable MT transmission

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