Super Carry X Limited Is An Adorable Tiny Truckster That Means Business

The miniature pickup from Japan is now available in a rugged looking version with black exterior trim

December 17, 2023 at 06:01

 Super Carry X Limited Is An Adorable Tiny Truckster That Means Business

Kei trucks possess a unique charm that endures with age. This holds true for the Suzuki Carry – or in this instance, its extended-cab variant known as the Super Carry, hich has recently received a new special edition in Japan, despite being around since 2013.

The Suzuki Super Carry X Limited offers a rugged interpretation of this little truck with its cab-over design. The standout feature is the three layers of black decals adorning its sides, resembling bolt-on metal panels. The LED headlights sport black clusters, complemented by a matching black finish for the grille, fog lamp bezels, door handles, and mirror caps.

Additionally, the tiny 12-inch steel wheels have also been coated in black, enhancing the vehicle’s purposeful appearance without the need for hub caps. It’s worth noting that the Super Carry X Limited comes in only four available exterior shades: Moss Gray, Silky Silver, Cool Khaki Pearl, and Bluish Black Pearl

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Suzuki claims that these visual enhancements give the Super Carry a ‘tough and fearless impression,’ aligning with the recent trend of adventurous-looking kei vans, many of which are styled like crossovers.

The Super Carry X Limited comes equipped with the standard 658 cc three-cylinder gasoline engine, delivering 50 hp (37 kW / 50 PS) and 59 Nm (43.5 lb-ft) of torque. Power is sent to all four wheels through either a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic, assisted by a 4WD system.

The eleventh generation of the Suzuki Carry was introduced in 2013 and has undergone few changes over the past decade. This kei truck measures 3,395 mm (133.7 inches) in length and offers several practical solutions despite its compact size. The extended cab of the Super Carry provides additional cargo space behind the two seats, while allowing the driver’s seat to recline by 40 degrees and slide by 180 mm (7.1 inches). The drop-side rear bed spans 1,480 mm (58.3 inches) in length and includes a recess under the cabin for transporting longer items.

The Suzuki Super Carry X Limited is now available in Japan, with prices starting at ¥1,513,600 ($10,678) for the manual gearbox variant and ¥1,612,600 (equal to around $11,400 at current exchange rates) for the automatic version. By comparison, the standard Super Carry begins at ¥1,058,200 ($7,500), while the slightly smaller Carry is even more affordable, starting from ¥752,400 ($5,300).

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