On-road and off-road driving

On-road and off-road driving

This vehicle is classified as a utility vehicle. Utility vehicles have a significantly higher rollover rate than other types of vehicles. Your vehicle has a higher ground clearance and higher center of gravity, making it more likely to roll over than ordinary passenger cars. It also handles and maneuvers differently from other passenger cars. For this reason, please read carefully the following section and follow the instructions and precautions in order to prevent serious injury or death due to loss of control, rollover and other accidents. Refer to “On-road and off-road driving”.

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  • On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving

    On-road and off-road driving