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    Default Re: What Can A Scorpio Do?

    This however is a factor.

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    Default Re: What Can A Scorpio Do?

    How did that score 0? The cell where everyone is, remained pretty safe?
    Also, there are no airbags, My DC bakkie has 2, driver and passenger. its a 2015


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    Yeah, my Scorpio has airbags as well as ABS. And the passenger cell is pretty tough. I had a 2018 single cab bakkie which an employee rolled. Passenger cell was intact and in good condition, with no collapse.
    '19 Scorpio S11

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    Default Re: What Can A Scorpio Do?

    Quote Originally Posted by punimog View Post
    Andrew Saint Pierre White calls it " cute as a button"
    He must have looked at this image because next to the cutie I see a Brute
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    If this is the same woman, she has a well kitted Scorpio and does travel videos across India and beyond. Her Scorpio is pretty cool too.
    '19 Scorpio S11

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris G View Post
    Regarding the above posts about the wheel bearings not liking water, would servicing them according to the service schedule not prevent that?
    The vehicles I know of with these issues were serviced regularly. Thing is, when water gets in, rust and deterioration start immediately, a service every 40 or 50 thousand km's will not prevent that.

    However from reading your South Africa forum it does not seem to be a problem in your part of the world, or not reported much anyway. Your offroading is very different to ours, we are a wet country you are a dry country.

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