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Other features that tend to stand out to Edmonton drivers are the RDX's maximum towing capacity of 680 kg, its MacPherson strut front suspension system and the four-wheel independent suspension system, which, when combined, equip the RDX for many of the outdoor adventures Edmonton families love to take during the summer months.
Toyota builds the Sequoia on an exclusive body-on-frame platform that features four-wheel independent suspension to help provide exemplary ride quality, handling and straight-line control.
What made the Atalanta stand out, and unique for a British-built car, is that it had four-wheel independent suspension, which meant that it handled and rode well.
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The Torrent we tested came in front-wheel drive with a 185-horsepower V-6 engine and a five-speed automatic transmission with sport-tuned four-wheel independent suspension.
The vehicle has a four-wheel independent suspension system.
According to UQM, the hybrid bus, which features a "low-floor, monocoque-type structure, four-wheel independent suspension that operates with no interior intrusion for axle clearance, and a front frame crush zone to improve occupant safety in the event of a collision," has an estimated curb weight of 9,600 pounds, "which represents a mass reduction of 64 percent compared to conventional buses thereby improving passenger-carrying payload and fuel economy.
Steering feedback is superb and body motions are effectively controlled by its four-wheel independent suspension that uses computer control to vary vehicle height for off-road adventures.