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One thing I have noticed is that the Invincible and the Icon have different sized wheels. The Icon have 17” wheels and the Invincible have 18”. Other than that it is just mod cons like led lights and lane departure sensors.

Will larger wheels make a difference when off road? I would assume you would have slightly better response on roads but not enough for me to worry about 2k over. But if there is going to be a difference off road (where I need it to preform) then I may consider the extra money.
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2 hours ago, Thesnarlingbadger said:

One thing I have noticed is that the Invincible and the Icon have different sized wheels. The Icon have 17” wheels and the Invincible have 18”. Other than that it is just mod cons like led lights and lane departure sensors.

Will larger wheels make a difference when off road? I would assume you would have slightly better response on roads but not enough for me to worry about 2k over. But if there is going to be a difference off road (where I need it to preform) then I may consider the extra money.
Cheers

Isn't the " rolling " radius about the same . The larger wheels have a lower profile tire than the smaller wheels .

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Isn't the " rolling " radius about the same . The larger wheels have a lower profile tire than the smaller wheels .


It could well be but I just wanted to double check before I spent 30 grand on something. To be honest low profile tyres would just be more costly and worse off road so I’m not that bothered about them.

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1 hour ago, Thesnarlingbadger said:

 


It could well be but I just wanted to double check before I spent 30 grand on something. To be honest low profile tyres would just be more costly and worse off road so I’m not that bothered about them.

Deffo . I like the tall side wall on mine . Can run up high curbs no problem .

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