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Old 18th February 2021, 21:54   #166
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Default Re: Your new cars suspension: How long should it last on our roads?

Hi, I have the same issue.
I am using a 2011 Model Honda Jazz and my suspension needs fixing.
Did you find any solution for your suspension issues on the Jazz.
Please advise.


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Old 18th February 2021, 22:39   #167
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Default Re: Your new cars suspension: How long should it last on our roads?

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MY Honda Jazz is 9 years and 90K kms old. The last 10K kms I have driven over absolutely terrible roads or non-existent roads due to lots of road construction activities going on in my neighbourhood.
I feel the front suspension is gone - there is excessive bounciness whenever I cross a speedbreaker or pothole, the front end feels very loose., the car scrapes more often than earlier. I am thinking it's high time to replace the front suspension.

Now, I am not a technical person but I do know that the suspension is composed of several different parts. How do I know which parts need to be changed? I am sure it will cost a lot at Honda A.S.S. Should I go to another garage to get it checked? Is it safe to get it replaced from an outside garage considering it is a very critical component?


ADIMICRA, I have the same issue with my 2011 Model Honda Jazz.
The Honda Service representatives have suggested to get the whole suspension kit replaced with new ones and have quoted around 40k for the change.
Are there no other options?
Just wanted to check with you on what was done with your car's suspension issues.
Any suggestions in this regard are appreicated.
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