"This is a multipurpose passenger vehicle which will handle and maneuver differently from an ordinary passenger car, in driving conditions which may occur on streets and highways and off road.
As with other vehicles of this type, if you make sharp turns or abrupt maneuvers, the vehicle may roll over or may go out of control and crash. You should read driving guidelines and instructions in the Owner's Manual, and wear your seat belt at all times."
In america that car is a good handling one.
I really assumed automakers wouldn't let a product go to sale if they know it tips, guess not.
oh my god my pickup trunk doesn't handle like a sports car, maybe I shouldn't drive it like one!!
In all seriousness, there suppose to drive like that so you can this
please mute sound, it's god awful
the test is for a common crash avoidance , it isn't about how sporty it is
The elk test is also the reason why you stick bull-bars on a truck, no need for avoiding stuff then
In all seriousness, when I drive a big top heavy vehicle I naturally don't try and go as fast as a normal car and I defiantly don't do crazy swerving maneuvers
You joke, but that is true. One of the things I was told by the locals "when you see an animal on the road is to just run through it" if you can't safely go around it.
As much damage as an elk or a deer can cause to the front end of a truck, it's a lot less than that of rolling said truck and being stopped by a tree. Plus you get at least 1 good meal out of the left over meat
Yup. Grille Guards and Bull Bars are known as "deer strainers" for a *reason*.