The double wishbone independent suspension is one of the suspension types that are widely used in light cars.
What does DW stand for?
DW stands for Double Wishbone (suspension)
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3-litre V8 front-mid engine that delivers 571bhp, coupled with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission in a transaxle arrangement, and a sports suspension with aluminium double wishbones.
ARMA with longitudinal and transverse differential locks, geared hubs and double wishbone type independent hydropneumatic suspension, offers respectable all terrain mobility on difficult terrain, high level safety and comfort for the crew.
The car also boasts a very sophisticated double wishbone suspension setup and ABS come as standard.
s suspension by giving it a double wishbone set up in the front.
Honda claims an effective minimum turning radius of less than 19 feet (measured from the front corner of the body), and fits the Crossroad with a MacPherson strut front suspension and compact reactive-link double wishbone rear suspension.
A new suspension system features independent double wishbones with coil springs at the front with traditional leaf springs at the rear.
The new model has a racetrack-honed double wishbone fully independent rear suspension system and a Formula One-style push-rod operated inboard unit at the front, with a 50mm increase in the front track.