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Maruti Suzuki to make commercial vehicles

New Delhi, July 27 : Passenger car market leader Maruti Suzuki Saturday said it would enter the commercial vehicle segment by developing a diesel-powered light commercial vehicle (LCV).


According to the company, it will develop a new version of Suzuki's LCV Carry which will be powered by a diesel and compressed natural gas (CNG) engine option.

The company further said that its engineers would require a time period of two years to develop the new product from the existing Carry platform.

The announcement assumes significance as the company is known for its passenger vehicle and vans.

--IANS (Posted on 27-07-2013)

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