1999 Suzuki Every Plus Pictures
1999 Suzuki Every Plus specs: mpg, towing capacity, size, photos
The Suzuki Carry is a pickup truck produced by the Japanese automaker Suzuki. The van version is sold as Suzuki Every. In Japan, the Carry and Every are Kei cars but Suzuki Every Landy, the bigger version of Every had a longer hood for safety purposes and a larger 1.3-liter 82hp (61kW) 4-cylinder engine.
The Carry was constructed with a ladder frame architecture. The van version was a five-door, with dual sliding rear side doors; available as rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive.
Early models (1960-1970s) had a 360 or 450(export model)cc 2-cylinder, 2-stroke engine mounted horizontally underneath the load area. The starter and generator were combined and mounted directly on the front of the crankshaft. Later models had an 550, 660 and 800(export model)cc 3-cylinder, 4-stroke engines unconventionally mounted beneath the cab.
In 1976 the ST20K was released.The "K" referred to the "trucklike" nature of the vehicle in that it had 3 drop sides as opposed to the utility version which had only a tailgate and formed sides.It had a 3 cylinder 539cc water cooled 2 stroke engine and a carrying capacity of 350kg (772lb).
Chassis prefixes for Japanese domestic market Suzuki Carry trucks
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