Force Gurkha Champion Off Roader But Inferior On Highways
I have been driving the Force Gurkha for past 3-4 years. I was always in search of a serious off-roader. Serious in the sense where other SUVs stuck in the middle, the natural environment of the serious one begins. Looks are a subjective matter but the SUV takes inspiration from G-wagon with strong character lines. The rugged looks are evident from the ample accessories that the car comes with. Interiors are below average in my opinion or may be disappointing for many. Now the most vital aspect of this SUV, its off-roading experience. The car is able to overcome even the most bombed-out roads out there. It’s the most fun-loving when it is on the dirt. However, the picture changes when you go for everyday driving. Gurkha goes out of its breath with loud noise and seems to be jumping on the roads. So, to me, the car is a champ on off-roads whether you are stuck in the desert or some other similar terrain, but the car suffers heavily when you drive it on highway or cities.
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