The 9th generation (1991 - 1999) is the main Suzuki carry for sale nowadays. In this generation, Suzuki smoothed out the vehicle's body and updated the headlights at the beginning of this generation.
In 1993, they modified the front drum brakes to discs. In addition, the tires and wheels have also changes to 12 inches.
In 1995, Suzuki switched the color of the front signal to amber and lowered the bolt pattern from 114.3 to 100 mm.
After minor change
The Kei Truck, the category the Carry falls into, comes in an RWD or 4WD option, with the average truck weighing 2000 pounds.
All Kei truck manufacturers built their trucks to fit Japanese requirements for the smallest highway passenger car. The Japanese created these requirements in 1949. It specifies the vehicle size, engine capacity, and power outlet.
Owners of Kei cars benefitted because they got tax and insurance benefits. For this reason and more, the Kei cars and trucks are very successful, with almost 1/3 of Japanese car sales falling in this category.
One issue with the mini truck is the trucks don't fit American criteria. Luckily, the United States government deems all vehicles over 25 years old street safe. Otherwise, individuals would need to check their state’s law before importing a Kei Truck. The used Suzuki Carrys are over 25 years old and are street legal. Plus, the Carry is durable, so the vehicles are still in good condition.
Carused.jp can also help you navigate the USA policies.