Maruti/ Suzuki Sierra Borchure

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Maruti/ Suzuki Sierra Borchure

Post by Tramp » Wed Nov 09, 2011 9:15 pm

I got this A4 brochure from ebay a while a go, what set me off with it was the back of the cab, UK 'k' types have a single sheet that runs down by the roll over hoop, whereas this sierra has a slightly elongated cab area (i imagine to let the seat travel further back) The other interesting thing about this was the fact it was Maruti rather than Suzuki
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Re: Maruti/ Suzuki Sierra Borchure

Post by Tramp » Thu Mar 21, 2013 8:23 pm

Not updated as both pics are OK any chance of a sticky? :brows:

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Re: Maruti/ Suzuki Sierra Borchure

Post by ScottieJ » Thu Mar 21, 2013 8:36 pm

:doublethumbs: stickied! I love these old brochures! I'm guessing this ones Australian as I'm pretty sure that's the only place they are called Sierras, those fibreglass pickup tops are quite common over there as well.
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Re: Maruti/ Suzuki Sierra Borchure

Post by Tramp » Thu Mar 21, 2013 8:49 pm

Yeah its an Australian one, I liked this brochure because its sort of a suzuki/maruti crossover, is it made in Japan, Spain or India?!?! I imagine India with a suzuki badge but who knows! I do think its a bit cheap that suzuki never provided a rear door inside cover.

I did see a few dutch brochures that I fancied, but as I can't read dutch a lot of the meaning would have been lost me!

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