Thursday, August 2, 2012 9:08:04 PM
Mr_Ike-"I dare say that truck WOULD be able to do it!"
Actually, I picked a concrete truck for a reason. A concrete truck with a full load has the majority of it's load crawling up on side of the cylinder due to it`s rotation. Thus it can hand a turn in one direction great, in the other, crappy.
jamie76-"Below I have listed the acual ground hieght from each vehicle"
Sorry, ground height does not equal center of gravity. You also has to include factors of wheelbase, width and construction.
NOCASH-"You can obviously tell who bought jeep grand cherokee`s "
Not really, I prefer the CJ. Can`t stand the cherokee.
phil7243-"Isn`t having a higher center of gravity a design flaw?"
Nope, just a matter of design, period. Some people prefer things that result in a higher center of gravity.
Thursday, August 2, 2012 3:08:24 PM
OldOllie is old and has mistaken the vw and volvo for a corvette and a F1 car apparently, get your glasses checked or something. They arnt driving like idiots, the test replicates a very probable scenario which has been mentioned numerous times and was kinda the whole point of the video but its quite obvious thats all gone clear over your head. Come back to debate when your on topic. How much coin did your cheap american jeep run you anyways compared to those expensive european SUV's? If i had a family and was looking for a SUV the grand cherokee would not even be on the list.
On another note, i wouldnt mind risking my own life in an SRT8 grand cherokee for a few hours lol :D