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Old 8th February 2013, 08:06   #46
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Nice review there Raul! I can see you are "almost" fully satisfied. Except for high speed cornering issues. I thought it was never the strong point of a guy with >200mm GC.

But if you over look that, then for long distance cruising and driving in city with potholes, its the best companion you can ever have!

Congrats and all the best for many many more miles.
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Great Review Raul! Have to admit that you've been able to somewhat change my perspective of the Duster(Will be looking out for a Spin whnever I get a chance now)!!

For Someone who owns a direct competitor(although skewed segmentation) The Ertiga, was always interested in someone who's in it for Real! Great pictures & fantastic insight on Handling & other attributes!

Happy Travels!!
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Nice review there Raul! I can see you are "almost" fully satisfied. Except for high speed cornering issues. I thought it was never the strong point of a guy with >200mm GC.

But if you over look that, then for long distance cruising and driving in city with potholes, its the best companion you can ever have!

Congrats and all the best for many many more miles.
Thanks Ampere and Parassoni - You are right, unfair to expect great cornering and I don't have that expectation. Its perfect for long trips, it does feel a reliable mile muncher, and can be fast when required.

Its the sharp bends where there is a 'judder' in the tyres, I think that's the word, that shouldn't be there. As opposed to under or over steer, and I am keen to know why.
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Hey Raul,

It has been more than an year since the last update. How is your duster doing ?

Any issues to report ?

I hope you are sailing smoothly.
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