How you will feel while driving National Highways with sharp curve as well as crowd areas like Bangalore Silk Board escaping from the neighboring vehicle

@SVP How you will feel while driving National Highways with sharp curve as well as crowd areas like Bangalore Silk Board escaping from the neighboring vehicle.

Question asked from: http://www.carandbike.com/mahindra-cars/kuv100

The KUV 100 is a small car so crowded areas is no problem, it’s the same size as the Hyundai Grand i10 if you need a comparison. Both the petrol and diesel have sufficient power to get you across the highway. Both engines though are a bit noisy. Regarding sharp curves, it’ll deal with it well because of the monocoque chassis. It’s a single frame and hence things like body roll are minimum, the tyres are grippy as well and you won’t face any issues

Agree with Ameya here!
SVP