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What's your idea for THE PERFECT DRIVE????


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What's your idea for THE PERFECT DRIVE????  

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  1. 1. What's your idea for THE PERFECT DRIVE????

    • SPEED DEMON!!! Doing over 100kmph on a flawless interstate highway all day long...
    • CURVACEOUS!!! Through the twisty and winding curves of a mountain with a deep valley on one side
    • SUNNY SIDE UP!!! A simple, sunny, pleasant drive along the coast enjoying the moist atmosphere
    • NO HOLDS BARRED!!!!! Go wherever your SUV can take you to..
    • AMPLIFIED!!!! Through the city traffic, with high bass hip hop playing on your car stereo


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For some its a dash down the straight expressways.....for some its an organ shifting drive through the hills.....some prefer a blissful time along the coast...and for some the terrain doesn't matter, they just want to go bonkers with a big 4X4 SUV.....and for some folks like me:cooler: who simply get high by getting behind the wheel, they enjoy weaving through rush hour traffic with some bass playing in the background.....

What is your idea of THE PERFECT DRIVE???:D

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Amazing post kumsi :clap:

SPEED DEMON!!! Doing over 100kmph on a flawless interstate highway all day long.

For me four ways are always boring to drive. Minimal driving skills required. But when things go wrong at high speeds one should have skill to handle it.

CURVACEOUS!!! Through the twisty and winding curves of a mountain with a deep valley on one side

I enjoy driving on such kind of roads which has minimal traffic. Specially in kerala where roads are butter smooth.

In kerala on a state highway we had tough time catching up a TATA Nano in a Honda city.

Requires lot of skill. Need to maintain the engine in the power band.

SUNNY SIDE UP!!! A simple, sunny, pleasant drive along the coast enjoying the moist atmosphere

Never experienced a coastal drive. Any idea which stretch in India is perfect for a coastal drive?

NO HOLDS BARRED!!!!! Go wherever your SUV can take you to.

Only go any where SUV is in India is THAR. Rest all are wannabe SUV's under 20 lakhs segment. 95% of them don't have a basic 4x4.

Recently a swift and XUV got stuck in slush at Anthagiri hills. Swift made out easily after some struggle. XUV got stuck royally in the muck.

Later it was pulled out with Pajero, true brute SUV.

AMPLIFIED!!!! Through the city traffic, with high bass hip hop playing on your car stereo

Used to enjoy this when I was young.

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My vote goes to 4-ways. Peace of mind and less drive time. Importantly I feel safe using 4-ways rather than 2-ways which are unpredictable in India.

Amazing post kumsi :clap:

For me four ways are always boring to drive. Minimal driving skills required. But when things go wrong at high speeds one should have skill to handle it.

I enjoy driving on such kind of roads which has minimal traffic. Specially in kerala where roads are butter smooth.

In kerala on a state highway we had tough time catching up a TATA Nano in a Honda city.

Requires lot of skill. Need to maintain the engine in the power band.

Never experienced a coastal drive. Any idea which stretch in India is perfect for a coastal drive?

Only go any where SUV is in India is THAR. Rest all are wannabe SUV's under 20 lakhs segment. 95% of them don't have a basic 4x4.

Recently a swift and XUV got stuck in slush at Anthagiri hills. Swift made out easily after some struggle. XUV got stuck royally in the muck.

Later it was pulled out with Pajero, true brute SUV.

Used to enjoy this when I was young.

[uSER=15]gowtham[/uSER] you are right up to some extent about SUV'S in India.

But road condition in India is getting worst day by day.A low slung, fast car is always tough to use when you are driving on unknown roads.

If you want to venture into unknown areas you must at least need 200mm ground clearance which is were XUV and other pseudo SUV'S dominate.

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My vote goes to

SPEED DEMON!!! Doing over 100kmph on a flawless interstate highway all day long

Fed up with single lane roads. I feel four lane routes are very stress free when compared with single lane routes that pass through numerous villages.

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