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Suzuki Auto UN turns over first batch of 105 Carry units to Pepsi

Suzuki Auto UN turns over first batch of 105 Carry units to Pepsi
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MANILA: Suzuki Auto UN recently turned over the first batch of 21 new Carry units acquired by Pepsi-Cola Products Philippines, Inc. (PCPPI).

Suzuki Auto UN Dealer Principal EVP Willard Keng, GM Robert Bautista, and Fleet Manager Edgar Santiago turned over 21 of 105 units to PCPPI officials at their head office in Tunasan, Muntinlupa. These are to be used as delivery vehicles after deployment to various PCPPI sales offices in the country. Also on hand for the turnover were Suzuki Philippines, Inc. Sales Specialist Marko Rivera.

PCCPI representatives included Luzon 1 Senior General Manager Alvin M. Valencia, National Fleet Senior Manager John Albert Ayro, and Senior Manager for Sales Information and Systems Ryan P. Mariano.

Driven by over 40 years of Suzuki compact truck experience in the toughest conditions, the all-new Carry is considered an ideal delivery partner for PCPPI.

The features, maneuverability, and size of the vehicle are also ideal for the requirements of the company in bringing its products to customers nationwide.

The all-new Carry is built to be robust. Thus, corrosion and rust is something that one should not worry too much with galvanized steel plates utilized for the whole bed of the compact truck.

This is an added feature to the undercoating and sealers used for its underbody. Aside from this, its stainless-steel exhaust system is also resistant to rust.

Its engine air intake is put in a high position under the cargo bed, which enables it to negotiate flooded roads despite water as deep as 30cm.

The All-New Carry has a payload capacity of 940kg and is powered by a fuel-efficient and high-power four-cylinder 1.5-liter engine, which can generate maximum torque of 135Nm.

The all-new Carry can be availed in two variants: the all-new Carry 1.5-liter at P509,000 and the All-New Carry Cab and Chassis 1.5-liter at P449,000. Customizations are also accepted according to the requirement of the customer.

For more information, visit the official website of Suzuki Philippines here.

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