Maruti Suzuki recalls Super Carry LCV for fuel pump replacement.
India’s largest automobile manufacturer, Maruti Suzuki entered the LCV segment with the introduction of the Super Carry. This Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) has been recalled by the company due to a defect in the fuel pump assembly.
Around 640 units of the Super Carry that were manufactured between January 20 2018 till July 14 2018 will be recalled. This campaign will be undertaken at the global level. The recall campaign will start from today and Maruti Suzuki dealers will contact the customers for the replacement of this part.
The Super Carry owners are supposed to visit the company website and fill in the chassis number to check if their vehicle needs fuel pump replacement. This replacement will be done free of cost.
The Super Carry is powered by a 793cc, 2-cylinder diesel engine that produces 32 BHP and 75 Nm mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. The Super Carry can carry up to 740 kg of payload. The company offers a 70,000 km or 2 years warranty (whichever comes early).
Maruti Super Carry Recalled
– Company recalls 640 units of the Super Carry for fuel pump replacement
– The replacement will be done free of cost
– Recall campaign will be undertaken at the global level