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  • Q. Is 165mm ground clearance of Toyota Platinum Etios suitable or not for Indian roads?

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    Andrew
    Andrew | 2 years ago

    In cities, it is alright if u slowly go over a speedbreak.. whereas in a rush it hits the bottom. Overall, it's a low hung car with less ground clearance for highway stability concern, so if u intent to use in cities & highways only, it's good.,not preferred for rugged roads

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    Navin
    Navin | 1 year ago

    Well nope it isn't because it kinda scrapes the rear end of the car if your cars loaded with full passenger seating and heavy loaded boot

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    Manphool
    Manphool | 2 years ago

    Etios Etios Is 170 mm Ground Ckearence.ButNot Good In Rough RoadBecause Low Ground Clearence

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