Do you remember the Suzuki Mighty Boy? Well, the pocket-sized ute is back, sort of, with the reveal of the Suzuki Mighty Deck.

THE SUZUKI MIGHTY DECK has been revealed ahead of its official debut at the Tokyo Motor Show at the end of this month (from 30 October). And, while it might be wishful thinking it could hint at a Suzuki Mighty Boy revival.

Suzuki Mighty Deck

Set to debut alongside the new Suzuki Ignis, the Mighty Deck, like the Mighty Boy, is a two-seater with a small tray. Although, the Mighty Deck is infinitely more practical, as its load area can be reconfigured to deal with the load, via an automatic raise/lower function.

Suzuki Mighty Deck

The Mighty Deck measures just 3395mm long, 1475mm wide and 1540mm tall and is powered by a three-cylinder 658cc turbocharged petrol engine and an S-Energy Charge electric motor mated to an automatic transmission.

The Mighty Deck cops a two-tone paint scheme with blacked out A-pillars, like the Vitara, to give a floating roof feel. Not much has been said about the interior, but it gets a typically clean-looking and futuristic dashboard with heads-up display and a foldable passenger seat for when you’ve got to carry long-ish items.

Who would like to see a return of the Mighty Boy… would it sell?

Suzuki Mighty Deck


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