roadholding


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roadholding

the extent to which a motor vehicle is stable and does not skid, esp at high speeds, or on sharp bends or wet roads
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The Skoda Yeti Outdoor has sharp looks, good roadholding and plenty of interior space |
It provides maximum performance and perfect safety both in the wet and in the dry, thanks to its directional precision and roadholding through corners.
The roadholding and grip excellent too, and all round, this is a great small car.
Again, no problems, either with my driving or the Potato's occasionally vague roadholding, although I did zip past the exit for Catterick and got myself in a certain sweat by coming back the other way in a vaguely haphazard manner.
Compared with other current high-tech tires, Black Chili tires are said to offer 26% less rolling resistance, a 30% higher tire-to-road friction coefficient for maximum roadholding and a good "feel," and 5% higher mileage, regardless of the type of bicycle (racing, mountain or other).
Handling and roadholding are very good and the ride is comfortable at all but the slowest speed, but the power steering lacks feel.
Handling and roadholding are brilliant, with loads of grip and absolutely superb balance helping to make it very, very safe.
Performance is nothing short of stunning but it's also good for everyday driving with a supple suspension, generous boot and four-wheel drive for glue-like roadholding.
Its roadholding is extremely impressive, making this car a worthy successor to some of the great sporting Fiestas.
The SEC 300 series of three-wheel forklifts are front wheel drive machines via two 4.9kW traction motors for manoeuvrability, roadholding and responsive acceleration in every working environment and surface condition.
This is a real performance car with superb roadholding, helped by traction control and active suspension.
Effortless performance is standard, the handling, roadholding and brakes are superb and the ride is simply sublime - better than almost anything on the road.