Suzuki Carry: 5 things business owners love about this compact carrier


The Suzuki Carry is the brand’s entry to the local utility vehicle segment. Here, it competes with other industry staples like Mitsubishi L300, the Kia K2500, and the Hyundai H-100.

As far as affordable utility vehicles go, the Suzuki Carry has been the choice of many business owners. Interested to find out why? Join us as we look into the five things business owners love about the Suzuki Carry.

1. An affordable business partner

Compared to other utility vehicles, the Suzuki Carry sits at a more reasonable price range at around P564,000 to P679,000. Its aforementioned competitors come with price tags somewhere around P800,000 to P1,280,000.

This budget-friendly commercial vehicle can be your business partner without breaking the bank.

2. A versatile model

Suzuki is offering the Carry utility vehicle in three variants: a dropside truck, a utility van, and a closed cargo van. This means that there’s a Suzuki Carry for you — whatever industry you may belong to.


The Carry cab and chassis dropside truck boasts a 940kg payload which can be used in various business applications from carrying farm produce to transporting industrial items.


On the other hand, the utility van features two 50/50 split-folding bench-type seats which can seat 14 passengers (seven per row) making it a capable crowd carrier.


Meanwhile, the cargo van variant is fitted with a large closed carriage with a total height of 1,370mm and a total width of 1,530mm.

That said, the Suzuki Carry can be used to carry a wide variety of goods and will definitely be useful in many types of businesses.

3. Easy-to-source replacement parts

Regardless of what brand you choose, a utility vehicle will eventually suffer from wear and tear. On that note, it’s important to go with a brand that will have replacement parts within your reach.

Not only are Suzuki’s genuine replacement parts available in most automotive parts stores; Suzuki Philippines also sells genuine maintenance parts online. So, keeping your Suzuki Carry in good working condition is just a click (or tap) away.

4. Surprisingly capable

Don’t let the Suzuki Carry’s size fool you. It may not be as imposing as a full-sized truck but it does have what it takes to conquer most terrains to get the job done.

Suzuki designed the Carry with a raised front and rear bumper. At 353mm, it gives the Suzuki Carry a decent approach and departure angle allowing drivers to go through various types of roads in both urban and rural environments.


In addition, the Suzuki Carry has a 21.6-degree ramp breakover angle which gives it plenty of clearance over obstacles and bumpy roads.

It’s no surprise that you’d see features normally found on hardcore off-roaders in Suzuki’s utility vehicle. It does make the Jimny, so Suzuki knows a thing or two when it comes to making good compact trucks.

5. Simple and straightforward

The Suzuki Carry is simple and straightforward. Driving it does not require special training, which means that business owners do not need to invest time and money in teaching their employees to operate the Carry.


The layout of the cabin is not intimidating and drivers can immediately make out how the controls work.

Behind the urethane steering wheel is an analog instrument panel. Operating the AC is pretty self-explanatory and working the shift knob is also elementary.

So, you think you could use a utility vehicle from Suzuki? Check out our selection of used Suzuki Carry models here

Photos from Suzuki

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