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    Default How is Potohar off the road?

    Experts / IJC: I just wanted to know about the performance of Potohar off the road. Especially whether it has center of gravity issues owing to its high roof and short wheel-base. I would appreciate any other feedback as well. Looking forward to hearing from all the friends.
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    If u can get ur hands on a Jimny/Sierra 1300, then nothing else can b better. The G13B performs really well off the road. It should cost u around 400-450K.


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    @devilz_apprentice:


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    I think most of the comments on this post suggest that Potohar is a good off-roader. My concern, however, still remains that it would be unstable and vulnerable to tipping over sideways.
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    My friend its not that unstable, ride it every day not at all does it feel unstable and didn't tip over sideways

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    check it out driving and turning with out breaking on wet roads
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    @RBuddy, sir the tipping-over issue may become a real problem during off-roading... that was the main reason i re-asked this question even after reading the whole discussion...

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    its not the gun, but, man behind the gun that does matter
    Dear if You like this car , then just buy it, I know this car, a little experince will make U expert of its handling, and if handled with a little care this "LITTLE WONDER" will never let your expectations down, high roof doesn't matter

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