Guided by its commitment to aid the Filipino people in any way possible, the Japanese automaker donated to the Marikina LGU three Suzuki Super Carry units, to aid and strengthen the city’s mobility. The turnover ceremony, held at the Marikina City Legislative Building, was graced by Marikina City councilor Loreto ‘Coach Elvis’ Tolentino Jr., Suzuki ANC Group General Manager Francis Tayo, and Suzuki Auto Marikina Branch Head Edmundo Gutierrez, Jr.
The units are of three different variants: the Super Carry UV, the Pick Up, and the FILCAB, each with its own distinct setup and functionalities. The said units will purposefully serve Marikina City’s mobility needs. The Suzuki Super Carry, in particular, should be a reliable vehicle for the city, all thanks to its well-engineered, quality performance, its small, compact size that fits even the narrowest of Marikina streets, as well as its highly efficient engine. All these features are essential for the city’s mobility activities, especially the Marikina daily round trips, all without consuming too much fuel.
Suzuki Philippines says that the Super Carry will certainly be of great assistance to the people of Marikina City, particularly when it comes to logistics: delivery of goods or when serving those in need of basic transportation.
Suzuki, a reliable brand with 40 years of experience in the business, has long been a trusted source for compact trucks. Apart from its well-engineered performance, fuel-efficiency, and compact size that’s easy to maneuver, the Suzuki Carry also stands strong in terms of reliability—one of the most important aspects to consider when choosing a vehicle.