roadholding


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roadholding

(ˈrəʊdˌhəʊldɪŋ)
n
(Automotive Engineering) 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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roadholding

[ˈrəʊdˌhəʊldɪŋ] Nagarre m
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You get brilliant performance and roadholding, but the engine is so flexible that it will amble around town or cruise along the motorway.
Apart from the hot Renaultsport models, they are all comfortable and capable, with good roadholding and handling and decent economy.
The 4x4 system means you get outstanding roadholding.
Effortless performance is standard, the handling, roadholding and brakes are superb and the ride is simply sublime - better than almost anything on the road.
And despite being a high vehicle affording plenty of headroom the Yeti offers sharp roadholding and a pleasantly firm ride with no wallowing.
But there was far more to the Murano than most people think - and that was its amazing roadholding and pure 4x4 ability.
The ride is excellent, and handling and roadholding much better than a corking family car has a right to.
New Symbol brings major improvements in terms of roadholding, space, comfort and technology, with a more attractive design and more modern equipment.
And the handling and roadholding are a hoot, with loads of grip and good balance allied amount of roll.
High safety standards and reduced braking distances, together with enhanced roadholding and perfect comfort, are the tyre's defining characteristics.
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.