1991 Suzuki Carry 4x4 *10k Miles*

Differential lock. DB51T 4WD - 17k km
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  • Suzuki Carry
  • Suzuki Carry
  • Suzuki Carry
  • Suzuki Carry
  • Suzuki Carry
  • Suzuki Carry
  • Suzuki Carry
  • Suzuki Carry
  • Suzuki Carry
  • Suzuki Carry

Very low mile Suzuki Carry 4WD with 4-speed with 4×4 high/low range and differential lock. Runs and drives well – comfortable around town and on secondary roads – but can be pushed to about 55MPH. This is a condition 4 vehicle and is very clean. Inspected and ready for work. Fitted with an AM/FM radio and cassette player.

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More info from Wikipedia: The eighth generation Suzuki Carry (and second generation Every) appeared in March 1985.[24] It was modernized and the range again expanded, with a more powerful fuel injected engine available on top. The chassis codes became quite confusing, with DA/DB71 used for the F5A engined model (DB signifying four-wheel drive) and DA81 for the two-stroke truck which remained available until the Carry underwent a facelift in July 1986. T, B, and V suffixes were used to denote trucks, trucks with tip decks, and vans. Beginning in late 1987, a 52 PS (38 kW) turbocharged engine was available in the Every, while the Carry truck received a three-valve, supercharged version of the F5A engine with 48 PS (35 kW). There was also a short-lived nine-valve version with 32 PS (24 kW) available for better equipped versions of the Every; the regular six-valve version had to make do with 30 PS (22 kW).[25] In May 1989 the more modern multi-valve F5B engine entered the lineup; it received the DA/DB41 chassis code and replaced most of the F5A engines.[24] This new engine also became available in the badge-engineered Autozam Scrum, sold by Mazda (DG/DH41).

Facelift

With the rules regarding the size and engines of kei-cars being altered for March 1990, Suzuki had to update the Carry/Every which now carried the DA/DB51 chassis code.[24] A larger 657 cc engine provided somewhat more power, ranging from 38 to 58 PS (28 to 43 kW), and new more rounded bodywork provided a more modern look.[26] The smallest engine received an upgrade in March 1991, increasing power to 42 PS (31 kW), but only six months later the DA/DB51 was replaced by the re-shelled ninth generation Carry and Every.[26]

1990 Suzuki Every 660 PS Turbo Aero-tune (DA51V)
1989–1990 Autozam Scrum van (1st gen)
1986–1993 Suzuki Super Carry van
1990-1991 facelifted Carry (DA51T)

Though this one's sold, contact us if you're interested. We may be able to locate another one for you.

Year: 1991
Make: Suzuki
Model: Carry
Body Style: Truck
Mileage: 10,600
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Drivetrain: 4X4
Engine: 660cc
Exterior Color: White
Interior Color: Brown
Shipment: In Stock
VIN Number: DB51T-114963
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