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Clearly a case of unbalanced wheels. I would complain to the manufacturer.

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29 minutes ago, Lacessit said:

It does take a special talent to trip a Suzuki Swift onto its roof in those conditions - bright sunshine, dry road.

Where there is a will there is a way :biggrin:

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But it does show you just how easy it can be to flip an otherwise unflippable ride...😱

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Another case of "BRAIN FAILURE" 😡

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''ok i've checked the exhaust, turn it back over now''

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9 hours ago, Lancashirelad said:

Doesn't say much for the strength of the A pillars.

if you mean the centre pillar where the doors latch onto …  they seem to still be intact and mostly straight, however the door window surrounds have collapsed obviously because they are thin and non-structural.

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8 hours ago, steven100 said:

if you mean the centre pillar where the doors latch onto …  they seem to still be intact and mostly straight, however the door window surrounds have collapsed obviously because they are thin and non-structural.

Centre pillar is called the B post. A posts certainly should be structural in order to protect the occupants in exactly this situation.

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Note to self...Suzuki Swift not recommended for roll-overs...very worrying destruction of the A pillars.

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