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power steering

a form of steering used on vehicles, where the torque applied to the steering wheel is augmented by engine power

power steering

[′pau̇·ər ‚stir·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
A steering control system for a propelled vehicle in which an auxiliary power source assists the driver by providing the major force required to direct the road wheels.
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All FR models are also exceptionally well equipped, with tinted glass, twin headlights, speed-sensitive electrohydraulic power steering, climate control, CD sound system with steering wheel-mounted controls, trip computer, and front and side airbags all part of the package.
On the roadAudi A2 TDI SE Price: pounds 15,450 Insurance group: Six Mechanical details: Turbo charged three-cylinder 1422cc 75bhp diesel engine, five-speed, electrohydraulic power steering, anti-locking disc/drum brakes with force assistance, traction and stability control, front struts and rear torsion beam suspension Dimensions: Length 3.
With your Vectra you get electrohydraulic power steering, allround disc brakes, ABS with brake assist and electronic brake force distribution, cornering brake control, traction control and a stability programme (an option apart from Elite and GSi models).