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First Generation FB Model (1961-1965)

The SUZUKI SUZULIGHT CARRY FB, which the SUZUKI CARRY TRUCK was based on, went on sale in 1961 as a new model vehicle. SUZUKI went so far as to construct a mass-production plant for its manufacture.

The air-cooled two-cycle two-cylinder engine was used, with a displacement of 359cc and 21 horsepower.

Second Generation L20 Model (1965-1969)

The second generation SUZUKI ZULIGHT CARRY L20 was introduced in 1965. It was developed with the aim to improve riding comfort and loading capacity, and with the shortening of the overhang, the trunk length was increased by 175mm. Furthermore, as with the previous generation model, the cab type was a bonnet type.

The air-cooled two-cycle two-cylinder engine with 359cc displacement and 21 horsepower was carried over from the previous generation model. Maximum speed was 75 km/L.

The transmission combined was the 4-speed manual.

Third Generation L30 Model (1966-1969)

The third generation L30 model utilized a cab over body type and was introduced in 1966. For the body type, a 3-way wide deck, a hooded model, and one with submission were included in the lineup. For the interior, the meters were enlarged so drivers would be able to see them more easily.

The same engine and transmission were carried over from the previous generation model.

As for sales, this model was sold concurrently with the second generation model.

Fourth Generation L40 Model (1969-1972)

The fourth generation model was introduced in 1969 and based on the design of the Giorgetto Giugiaro. For the outer design, two-lamp rectangular headlights were installed. In terms of the interior, the design was enhanced with features such as a wooden dashboard. For the grades, there were two variations-the standard and super deluxe; for the latter, metal plated bumpers on the exterior and radios were installed, differentiating it from the others.

When first introduced, the engine’s power output was 25 horsepower, but in 1971, this was improved to 27 horsepower.

Fifth Generation L50 Model (1972-1976)

The fifth generation model was introduced in May 1972. For the exterior, rounded two-lamp headlights were revived, leading to a more common and universal design. However, the vertical door handles that were a distinctive feature of the previous generation model were carried over.

In November 1973, changes such as the addition of the cushion rubber onto the bumper led to the model’s adhering to amendments in safety standards.

In August 1974, an economy car was added as a cheaper grade. For this grade, fenders were not installed.

Minor changes made in 1975 led to improvements of certain areas, including the front grille and bumper on the exterior, and the instrument panel for the interior.
As for the engine, the L50 water-cooling two-cycle two-cylinder 359cc engine with 28 horsepower was installed in the beginning, to adhere to the 1973 gas emission regulations; however, later on, to adhere to new gas emission regulation standards made in 1975, the engine’s power output was reduced to 25 horsepower.

Sixth Generation ST10 Model (1976)

In May 1976, the CARRY 55 went on sale, with the only difference being a change in engine to the LJ50 water-cooling two-cycle three-cylinder 539cc with 26 horsepower. Changes to the exterior consisted only of an enlarging of the front bumper; otherwise, the body remained the same. The sales period for this model was only four months.

Seventh Generation ST20 Model (1976-1979)

In September 1976, responding to new standards, the CARRY WIDE was developed and released. Again, the size was designed to adhere to new standards; an appropriately sized cab and loading deck were installed, greatly improving riding comfort and loading capacity. As for the interior, for the first time, sliding seats were utilized for the driver’s seats.

The LJ50 water-cooling two-cycle three-cylinder 539cc engine with 26 horsepower was carried over from the previous generation model.

Minor changes were implemented in October 1977, leading to alterations to the interior and exterior. For the exterior, the front grille was upgraded, and for the interior, improvements were made on the instrument panel. The angle of the steering wheel was also improved, leading to the reduction of the minimum turning radius from 4.0m to 3.8m.

Eight Generation ST30/ST31/ST40/ST41 Model (1979-1985)

In April 1979, the eight generation model went on sale.

The same LJ50 water-cooling two-cycle three-cylinder 539cc engine was carried over. This was the last model that utilized this two-cycle engine.

In 1981, minor changes were made, and the four-cycle engine was introduced. Furthermore, the 4WD was added, and the tire size also expanded to 12 inches in diameter.

Ninth Generation DA71T/DB71T/DA81T/DA41T/DB41T/DA51T/DB51T Model (1985-1991)

The ninth generation model that was introduced in April 1986 was released based on adherence to new standards involving kei (mini, small-sized) vehicles; engine displacement was increased to 657cc. The car body was enlarged, measuring in length, width, and height at 3,275mm, 1,395mm, and 1,705mm respectively.

The newly installed 657cc engine achieved a maximum power output of 38 horsepower.

The transmissions combined were the 4-speed manual and 5-speed manual.

As for the grades, the 4WD had five variations, and the FR had six variations in its lineup.

For the body, variations included the 3-way wide deck, fixed-side pickup truck, and the KINTARO DUMP TRUCK.

In October 1990, minor changes were implemented, and the engine’s power output was enhanced to 42 horsepower.

Tenth Generation DC51T/DD51T Model (1991-1999)



In September 1991, another full model change led to the introduction of the tenth generation model. Again, adhering to new standards, the full size body was changed, allowing for the interior length to increase by 60mm. Furthermore, the door openings’ area was enlarged, and the height of the seats were lowered, further improving passenger comfort.
The car body was slightly enlarged, measuring in length, width, and height at 3,295mm, 1,395mm, and 1,715mm respectively.

The engine installed was the same as that of the previous generation model.

Similarly, the transmission options were also carried over; however, minor changes made in January 1993 led to the addition of the 3-speed automatic transmission.

Minor changes were made to the interior and exterior in April 1997; at the same time, a turbocharged engine was added to the lineup. This newly introduced engine achieved a significant increase in power output, measuring at 60 horsepower.

Eleventh Generation DA52T/DB52T/DA62T/DA63T/DA65T Model (1999-2013)



The eleventh generation model, which was introduced in January 1999, was developed with the catchphrase, “Powerful, Gentle, and Comfortable” in mind. The shape of the cab underwent significant changes, further improving collision safety; additionally, there was a focus on making the vehicle lighter. The car body was further enlarged, measuring in length, width, and height at 3,395mm, 1,475mm, and 1,790mm respectively.

The engine lineup consisted of the inline three-cylinder SOHC12 naturally aspirated valve engine with 42 horsepower and a turbocharged engine with 56 horsepower. The fuel consumption measured between 15.6km/L and 16.2km/L for the naturally aspirated engine, and between 14.4km/L and 15.4km/L for the turbocharged.

This was combined with either the 5-speed manual or 3-speed automatic transmission.

As for the grade lineup, there were two naturally aspirated models-the KA and Turbo-as well as the Nohan, designed for use in farm work.

In November 1999, minor improvements were made to the engine, and airbags for the driver’s seat were made available as an equipment option, further improving driving performance and safety features.

In May 2000, front seat airbags + ABS + seatbelt pretensioners were made maker options, further enhancing safety features.

In September 2001, the engine was retrofitted to newly develop the K6A engine, leading to the model receiving a two-star rating as an Excellent Low Emission Vehicle (E-LEV).

In May 2002, more minor changes were implemented. With an aim to improve loading capacity, the floor of the loading deck was enlarged, and its height was reduced, leading to improved usability. At the same time, a loading deck that separates from the body of the truck was utilized. Furthermore, in terms of the interior as well, new changes were made to increase storage space. Additionally, improvements were made to the steering wheel angle and seat positions, further boosting driving and riding comfort.

In 2005, seatback pockets were added to the driver’s seats, further improving interior storage capabilities.

Twelfth Generation DA16T Model (2013-)



The current twelfth generation model went on sale in August 2013. As the product of the first model change in 14 years (since 1999), the model saw universal use of short wheelbases in all vehicles to boost running performance. Moreover, aiming for enhanced usability, the minimum turning radius was improved, new model engines were installed, and the car body was lightened by 50kg. Additionally, the car body layout was completely reexamined; though the long-lengthed loading deck floor was maintained, the interior space was enlarged to further improve riding and driving comfort. Other changes included long-term anti-corrosion warranty and improvements for adherence to 56km/h offset collision regulations, achieving further enhancement in performance and safety features.

The RO6A water-cooling four-cycle inline three-cylinder engine with 50 horsepower was utilized. For the fuel consumption, the FR 5-speed manual transmission achieved 18.6km/L, greatly enhancing fuel efficiency.

CARRY TRUCKMODELDisplacementFuelLineup Year
1961-1965FB360Gasoline1961-1965
1965-1969L20360Gasoline1966-1969
1966-1969L30360Gasoline1967-1969
1969-1972L40360Gasoline1970-1972
1972-1976L50360Gasoline1973-1976
L50T360Gasoline1973-1976
L51T360Gasoline1973-1976
L50B 360Gasoline1972
L50-2360Gasoline1973
L50-3 360Gasoline1974
H-L50360Gasoline1975
1976ST10 550 Gasoline1976
1976-1979ST20T550 Gasoline1976-1979
ST20U550 Gasoline1976-1979
ST20E550 Gasoline1976-1979
ST20KT550 Gasoline1976-1979
ST20KU 550 Gasoline1976-1979
ST20KE550 Gasoline1976-1979
1979-1985ST30550 Gasoline1979-1985
ST31550 Gasoline1979-1985
ST40550 Gasoline1979-1985
ST41550 Gasoline1979-1985
1985-1991DA71T550 Gasoline1985-1991
DB71T 550 Gasoline1985-1991
DA81T 550 Gasoline1985-1991
DA41T 550 Gasoline1985-1991
DB41T550 Gasoline1985-1991
DA51T 550 Gasoline1985-1991
DB51T550 Gasoline1985-1991
1991-1999V-DC51T-KKAJ660Gasoline1995-1999
V-DC51T-KKAG660Gasoline1995-1999
V-DC51T-KKCH660Gasoline1995-1999
V-DC51T-KKCF660Gasoline1995-1999
V-DC51T-KKCJ660Gasoline1995-1999
V-DC51T-KKLG660Gasoline1995-1999
V-DC51B-KWAH 660Gasoline1995-1999
V-DC51B-KWAG 660Gasoline1995-1999
V-DC51T-KTAH660Gasoline1995-1999
V-DC51T-KTCH 660Gasoline1995-1999
1999-2013GD-DB52T-KKLJ-3660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DA52T-KKUF-S3660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DA52T-KKUA-S3660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DA52T-KKDF-P3660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DA52T-KKDA-P3 660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DA52T-KKDF-S3660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DA52T-KKDA-S3660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DA52T-KKCF-3 660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DA52T-KKCA-3660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DB52T-KKUJ-3660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DB52T-KKUR-3660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DB52T-KKUJ-P3660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DB52T-KKUR-P3660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DB52T-KKUJ-S3660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DB52T-KKUR-S3660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DB52T-KKDJ-P3660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DB52T-KKDR-P3660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DB52T-KKDJ-S3660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DB52T-KKDR-S3660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DB52T-KKCJ-3660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DB52T-KKCR-3 660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DA52T-KKUA-3660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DA52T-KKUF-P3660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DA52T-KKUA-P3660Gasoline1999-2001
GD-DA52T-KKUF-3 660Gasoline1999-2001
LE-DA62T-KKUA-4660Gasoline2001-2005
LE-DA62T-KKUF-P4660Gasoline2001-2005
LE-DA62T-KKUA-P4660Gasoline2001-2005
LE-DA62T-KKUF-F4660Gasoline2001-2005
LE-DA62T-KKUA-F4660Gasoline2001-2005
LE-DA62T-KKUJ-4660Gasoline2001-2005
LE-DA62T-KKUR-4660Gasoline2001-2005
LE-DA62T-KKUJ-G4660Gasoline2001-2005
LE-DA62T-KKUJ-P4660Gasoline2001-2005
LE-DA62T-KKUR-P4660Gasoline2001-2005
LE-DA62T-KKUJ-F4660Gasoline2001-2005
LE-DA62T-KKUR-F4660Gasoline2001-2005
EBD-DA63T-KKCJ-SP8660Gasoline2005-2013
EBD-DA63T-KKCR-SP8660Gasoline2005-2013
EBD-DA63T-KKCJ-PG8660Gasoline2005-2013
LE-DA62T-KKUF-4660Gasoline2005-2013
EBD-DA65T-KFCF-SP2660Gasoline2005-2013
EBD-DA65T-KFCJ-2660Gasoline2005-2013
EBD-DA65T-KFCJ-P2660Gasoline2005-2013
EBD-DA65T-KFCJ-SP2660Gasoline2005-2013
EBD-DA65T-KFDJ-P2660Gasoline2005-2013
EBD-DA65T-KFDJ-SP2660Gasoline2005-2013
EBD-DA63T-KKCF-8660Gasoline2005-2013
EBD-DA63T-KKCF-P8660Gasoline2005-2013
EBD-DA63T-KKCA-P8660Gasoline2005-2013
EBD-DA63T-KKCF-SP8660Gasoline2005-2013
EBD-DA63T-KKCA-SP8660Gasoline2005-2013
EBD-DA63T-KKCJ-8660Gasoline2005-2013
EBD-DA63T-KKCJ-P8660Gasoline2005-2013
EBD-DA63T-KKCR-P8660Gasoline2005-2013
2013- EBD-DA16T-KKCU-S 660Gasoline2013-2014
EBD-DA16T-KKCR-S660Gasoline2013-2014
EBD-DA16T-KKXJ660Gasoline2013-2014
EBD-DA16T-KKXR660Gasoline2013-2014
EBD-DA16T-KKDJ-P660Gasoline2013-2014
EBD-DA16T-KKDJ-S660Gasoline2013-2014
EBD-DA16T-KFCF660Gasoline2013-2014
EBD-DA16T-KFCF-S660Gasoline2013-2014
EBD-DA16T-KFCA-S660Gasoline2013-2014
EBD-DA16T-KKXF660Gasoline2013-2014
EBD-DA16T-KKXA660Gasoline2013-2014
EBD-DA16T-KKCU660Gasoline2013-2014
EBD-DA16T-KKCU-P 660Gasoline2013-2014
EBD-DA16T-KFCF 660Gasoline2014
EBD-DA16T-KFCF-S660Gasoline2014
EBD-DA16T-KFCA-S660Gasoline2014
EBD-DA16T-KKXF660Gasoline2014
EBD-DA16T-KKXA660Gasoline2014
EBD-DA16T-KKCU660Gasoline2014
EBD-DA16T-KKCU-P 660Gasoline2014
EBD-DA16T-KKCU-S 660Gasoline2014
EBD-DA16T-KKCR-S660Gasoline2014
EBD-DA16T-KKXJ660Gasoline2014
EBD-DA16T-KKXR 660Gasoline2014
EBD-DA16T-KKDJ-P660Gasoline2014
EBD-DA16T-KKDJ-S660Gasoline2014
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