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A recent post here at ZuikiKrawlers.com made mention of how "unsafe" the SJ-413 is.
Here now is a link to the Consumer's Reports testing video obtained by American Suzuki that pretty much reveals the bag-o-lies that Consumer Reports released on the American public:
So much for journalistic integrity...
Sticky this if you dare. :happy
12-29-2008, 09:33 PM
Ack, do you have the cr vid of the actual tests? Haven't seen it in a while but it would be good to add it too this thread. I think those that haven't seen it would enjoy it.
12-29-2008, 10:50 PM
everyone should see it at least once cause everyone who drives a zuk is gonna get asked at least once, "dont those tip over easy".
12-30-2008, 12:04 AM
I still don't understand why suzuki could not use those and sue over the test being boched
12-30-2008, 12:35 AM
That is how all that info became public, during the lawsuit Suzuki instigated against CR all this came out in court. There was no money exchanged AND CR admitted to no wrong doing. What a crock. I hate CR because of this. We could be driving the new Diesels with autos, dang it!
12-30-2008, 01:15 AM
I think ZK needs to sue CR now! The rigs we could have been driving... The spare parts would be easily accessible!! Those bastards!! I think I am moving to New Zealand...
12-30-2008, 09:12 AM
I have a good friend that wants a Sammy because she see's what we can do with so little money but her new husband won't allow her to even get in one because of CR. I show them picts of us and wheel often in his area. We talk about it at dinner get togethers and it turns into a real sore subject and he hates me for even owning one.
A guy we wheel with in his Heep rolled 2 complete times doing the transition from dirt to hwy last weekend. Very experienced driver. He went to the hospital and got a DUI. I think his tires were not aired up yet after they were doing some snow bashing all day. He obviously hit that transition too fast but none the less. Everything can be rolled if you do stupid things.
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