• Q. What is the ground clearance and is it suitable for hilly area and rough roads - Etios Liva?

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    Sumit
    Sumit | 5 years ago

    170mm and any small hatchback is not good for rough roads. Better check freestyle for better ground clearance but its not a typical hatchback so you should not compare liva or swift with ford freestyle.

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    Virendrasinghrathorerathore
    Virendrasinghrathorerathore | 5 years ago

    165mm it's a bit less than its rivals buy a new liva and change your tyres to size 185/70-14 you won't have any issues after that.

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