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Old 19th August 2007, 01:16   #16
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Yup Innova handles like almost a car and the brakes are quite good for its size, yes 205 a bit small but still its not bad at all as mouth shut is trying to make it out to be.
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i have driven my institute's innova for over 6000kms (V with ABS).
great braking.never once have they disappointed me.
in my opinion far far better than my safari.
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No issues with the innova brakes. Feels like a car as well. But as mentioned earlier should be driven like a MUV.
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Yeah..and Mouthshut reviews are not necessarily the best..i infact have a login there much before i became a member of tbhp..

a search for a review i did not believe is what led me to TBHP :

Atleast, here we get a more varied opinion from various members..

Cheers to you guys!! Mouthshut sucks.. big time..
Ditto here, I feel that some of the reviews and comments at mothshut are not genuine or else most dissatisfied owners vent their pent up anger at the manufactures on that particular forum
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No issues with the innova brakes. Feels like a car as well. But as mentioned earlier should be driven like a MUV.
Could you clarify what you mean by that? (Driving like an MUV.)

I'm guessing you mean keep a safe following distance and don't corner excessively (which I don't do anyways).
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The innova is pretty decent at moderate speeds (100-120). Anything more than that and there's severe body roll. Doesn't feel very safe.
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The innova is pretty decent at moderate speeds (100-120). Anything more than that and there's severe body roll. Doesn't feel very safe.
that happens in most of the muvs and suvs. the scorpio, safari and tavera are like that.

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Could you clarify what you mean by that? (Driving like an MUV.)

I'm guessing you mean keep a safe following distance and don't corner excessively (which I don't do anyways).
yup.. thats exactly what he means. but you have to keep a safe distance whether its a car or suv.
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