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    Default Scorpio S11 4WD system

    Hi All

    I am having trouble getting any information about the 4x4 system on the Scorpio S11 4WD.

    Does it have a mechanical LSD, brake traction control, or just a plain open diff with no traction device?

    Also, for those who have had these for a while, how is the interior holding up? And what has the maintenance been like for the vehicle?

    Appreciate all responses
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    Default Re: Scorpio S11 4WD system

    Hi.
    The s11 Scorpio does not have traction control and it does not have the Eaton mechanical diff lock either.
    It has open diffs front and rear. Ifs on the front with coils and not torsion bars like the bakkies.


    Interior holds up just fine and the 2.2 Mhawk is a tried and trusted engine.

    Once out of service plan. Most if not all service parts can be bought from MPD or Midas.
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    Default Re: Scorpio S11 4WD system

    Quote Originally Posted by WillieJimny View Post
    Hi.
    The s11 Scorpio does not have traction control and it does not have the Eaton mechanical diff lock either.
    It has open diffs front and rear. Ifs on the front with coils and not torsion bars like the bakkies.


    Interior holds up just fine and the 2.2 Mhawk is a tried and trusted engine.

    Once out of service plan. Most if not all service parts can be bought from MPD or Midas.
    Thank you very much for the response
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