Suzuki Auto San Fernando recently teamed up with Converge Communications & Information Technology Solutions, Inc., to supply the country’s fastest growing fiber internet and other digital consumer-centric services providers with reliable and practical service units to better service its growing customers in the North.
The ceremonial turnover of the Suzuki Carry was attended last Sept. 17 by Laus Group of Companies (LGC) Executive Director Diorella Laus, Converge Co-Founder Grace Uy, Converge CEO Dennis Uy, LGC Chairman and CEO Lisset Laus-Velasco and LGC President Paul Laus.
Converge’s choice is apt as the Suzuki Carry is backed by more than 40 years of Suzuki compact truck experience in different environments and weather conditions. This makes the Suzuki Carry the most suitable for Converge that schedules daily field work to make sure their clients are always satisfied.
Truck bed rust and corrosion is the least of Converge’s worries as the Suzuki Carry features galvanised steel plates on the entire length of the compact-truck’s bed. This is on top of the sealers and undercoating used for its underbody. Its stainless-steel exhaust system is rust-resistant as well.
The Suzuki Carry is not only equipped with a powerful but very fuel efficient 1.5 liter, 4-cylinder engine which produces a maximum 95.2 hp (at 600rpm) and torque of 134Nm (at 4,400rpm) but also designed the compact truck to drive safely to up to 300mm of flood water. Suzuki also designed the Carry to have an engine air intake positioned at a much higher level.
The Carry is available in two variants: the Carry Cab and Chassis 1.5L (priced at P499,000) and the Carry Truck 1.5L (P509,000). Customization is available upon request of the customer.
For more information on the Carry and how it could become a reliable business partner, one may visit Suzuki Philippines’ website, https://auto.suzuki.com.ph/all-new-carry. To know more about Suzuki Philippines and its automobiles, visit www.suzuki.com.ph or like them on www.facebook.com/SuzukiAutoPH.
Charles E. Buban is an old timer in the Philippine automotive journalism scene. He first started covering the automotive beat in 2003, writing news and reviews of new models and car tech, among other car-related stuff. When not writing about cars, he could often be seen riding his mountain bike or doing long walks in the hope of catching a couple of legendary Pokemons.