I had this question in my mind which has been bugging me for quite sometime now.
a friend of mine used to own a suzuki mehran which was sold in 2008.
He used to tell me that the brakes are pathetic as they are mechanical brakes(as in bikes) with no hydraulic support or whatever they call it.
so if his statement was true so it meant that there was no vaccum cylinder and thus no need of brake fluid?
however he showed me that it had a plastic bottle for brake fluid and one has to keep the fluid under check.
I used to have a suzuki khyber back then and it also had a similar plastic bottle for brake fluid but there was a hell lot of difference in the braking of both cars.
khyber brakes were excellent where as mehran had no brakes if compared with khyber.
now my query is that if mehran is having mechanical brakes with no hydraulic or vaccum assist then why does it have brake fluid reserviour in it?
if its brakes are hydraulic then why are its brakes so poor?
I would be thankfull if someone can explain the complete scenario to me in detail in easy wordings.
Sidenote: can some one tell me where is the radiator in a suzuki carry van?
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