Keep Positive Sales Trend, Suzuki Refresh Mega Carry Looks

By : Hariyanto And Aldi Firhand. A | Saturday, March 03 2018 - 22:03 IWST

Suzuki Mega Carry (Herlambang/INDUSTRY.co.id)
Suzuki Mega Carry (Herlambang/INDUSTRY.co.id)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - In order to maintain a positive sales trend, PT Suzuki Indomobil Sales (SIS) refresh the display of Mega Carry commercial vehicles displayed on GAIKINDO Indonesia International Commercial Vehicle Expo (GIICOMVEC) 2018.

Dony Saputra Marketing Director 4 wheel SIS reveals that Indonesia is one of the countries with high level of economic development triggered by infrastructure development, commodity trading, and manufacturing activities.

"It is these factors that ultimately drive the need for commercial vehicles, so our participation in GIICOMVEC 2018 is very important, especially as one of our products, Suzuki Carry has been known as a tough commercial vehicle and has become a mainstay of consumers, especially business people in Indonesia for more than 40 years, "Dony said at the first GIICOMVEC 2018 event at Jakarta Convention Center (JCC) on Thursday (1/3/2018).

Mega Carry get a new touch on the exterior with the new sticker design on both sides of the front door. This vehicle uses G15A type engine with a capacity of 1.493cc 4-cylinder engine that has a power of 92.4 ps at 6,000 rpm engine speed and capable of producing maximum torque of 126 Nm at 3000 rpm engine speed.

Powerful torque capability makes Mega Carry able to pass through a tough field but still fuel-efficient.

As a commercial vehicle, Mega Carry will certainly help the mobilization of business players in Commercial goods. This commercial car also has answered the needs of consumers by presenting two sizes bak, the Mega Carry 2.200mm x 1.585mm and Mega Carry Extra 2.450mm x 1.670mm.

To further strengthen the brand, SIS provides changes to the design of the 'Suzuki' sticker on the back. From the security side, SIS adds Cylinder Key and Assist Grip on both sides of the door so as to improve passenger comfort.

The following prices offered by SIS for Mega Carry (OTR Jakarta):
- Mega Carry: Rp133, 5 million
- Mega Carry Extra: Rp135.5 million
- Mega Carry AC Power Steering: Rp140 million
- Mega Carry Extra AC Power Steering: Rp142, 5 million.

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