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    #31
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    if the spresso has a ground clearance of 180 mm, and the celerio has 145,
    the difference of 35 mm is 1.4 inches.

    for practical everyday use,
    would 1.4 inches be much of a decision-changer...?
    Depending on how soft the suspension is on both probably either mas matagtag ung celerio or mas less prone sumabit si spresso.

    180mm seems a bit too much though for a city hatchback.The Revo makes due with 175mm(granted likely sa rear diff kinuha ung measurement na yon) and has to carry 10.

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    #32
    180mm on a monocoque shouldn't be too much of a climb to get inside the cabin.

    The Revo naman kasi that 175mm is only to the lowest hanging part (which as you said is likely to be the rear diff cover), after that naka patong pa the frame, and then the body itself so medyo mataas talaga aakyatin mo to get into the car.

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    #33
    Ground clearance of CUVs, for example:


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    #34
    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Kamiya View Post
    Ground clearance of CUVs, for example:

    Yung ground clearance ng Forester at Outback is at 8.7 inches (221mm). Di naman mahirap umakyat or bumaba. This is around the same clearance as most PPVs.


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    #35
    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Kamiya View Post
    180mm on a monocoque shouldn't be too much of a climb to get inside the cabin.

    The Revo naman kasi that 175mm is only to the lowest hanging part (which as you said is likely to be the rear diff cover), after that naka patong pa the frame, and then the body itself so medyo mataas talaga aakyatin mo to get into the car.
    just remembered hitching a ride in a 1.2 suzuki swift and ingress was ok with its 170mm ground clearance another 10mm wont matter.

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    #36
    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    Yung ground clearance ng Forester at Outback is at 8.7 inches (221mm). Di naman mahirap umakyat or bumaba. This is around the same clearance as most PPVs.
    Iyong PPV yata although same ang clearance sa crossover, malayo ang height ng floor pan at seat bottom mula sa road.

    Iyon ang maganda sa unibody design, efficient sa packaging.

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    #37
    Quote Originally Posted by LOLZ View Post
    just remembered hitching a ride in a 1.2 suzuki swift and ingress was ok with its 170mm ground clearance another 10mm wont matter.
    Iyong Lovelife Corolla namin dati naka Asian road package (PH/ASEAN 180mm vs. 150/160mm global). Kayang kayang ang mga super humps, tapos hindi sumasayad ang overhang sa steep parking ramps kahit na extended bumper.

    Pero mababa pa din medyo seat bottom, kaya payuko pa din ingress/egress.

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    #38
    ground clearance + floor height + seat height + seat support + roof clearance + handhold aids = ease of ingress and egress.

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    #39
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    ground clearance + floor height + seat height + seat support + roof clearance + handhold aids = ease of ingress and egress.
    Kaya okay ang mga CUVs at MPVs sa elders.

    Itong Suzuki HBs pasok din.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bxr monkey View Post
    Kaya okay ang mga CUVs at MPVs sa elders.

    Itong Suzuki HBs pasok din.
    "my wife has threatened to divorce me, should i ever bring home a fortuner."
    she likes the old altis.
    u-upo na lang siya.
    heh heh.

    there goes the restored box pajero na ina-alok sakin...
    Last edited by dr. d; January 23rd, 2021 at 08:23 PM.

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