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    Default Toyota Passo 2006 (Your Opinion)

    Dear Experts:
    I had Corrolla XLI 2010, which i sold and wanted to replace with small car. making lot of research on Pakwheels.com I made a decision and purchased Toyota Passo 2006 1300cc which was available on pakwheels.com, thank you pakwheels which enabled me to purchase the car @Rs795K, including registration it cost me 830K in total. Car is in very good condition, fully automatic features, with retractable mirrors & HID light etc.
    My area of drive ranges Jacobabad to Quetta. There are lot of speed breakers on the streets of those small towns, and being low the car floor hits the breakers which is very irritating. One of my freind advised to replace the tyre size with R14 currently 13 are installed.
    I seek you expert advise on my decision of purchasing Passo 1300cc. Is it OK and secondly what should i do to avoid this breaker hitting?
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    Bukhari from Balochistan


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    wow, you got a good deal.
    but to avoid the bumps... need to look at suspension, so that may find any adjustmetns, or any place to add some bushed to increase the ground clearance.
    increasing tyre size will put additional burden on engine, but will also smothen the ride over bumpy road.
    There are no pacts between humans and lions,Now you know who you are fighting with.....

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    Please install spacer i think i will solve ur problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by ammarspk View Post
    Please install spacer i think i will solve ur problem
    thank you, one of local mechanic also suggested the same.
    I will go for that

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    very gud deal no w adays the price is more then 10 lacs.
    and istall r 14 tyres ,its better then spacers

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    if u go for the R14 tyre, then the fuel consumption will be effected and suspension also, best option is spacer of 2 inch on rear shocks, we did the same on MIRA and Cultus.

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    go with spacers, don't go for 14"

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