outhandle

outhandle

(ˌaʊtˈhændəl)
vb (tr)
to handle better than
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It could do 124mph, zoom from 0-62mph in 8.9 seconds and could outhandle a vast number of cars on sale in the late 1990s.
The late 1970s was a time when the Japanese were starting to close the gap on the best of British frames, but had not quite come up with a bike that could outhandle the opposition.
"The most wayward monster in the world has been turned into something that can outhandle a Ferrari."
Add the class-leading chassis and this is a car that covers the ground quickly and can outhandle virtually all its peers.
The lineup of its snowmobiles -- including the Thunder Cat and Mountain Cat high performance, ZL, EXT and Cougar trail performance lines, along with several others--outperforms and outhandles the competition thanks to superior power-to-weight ratios, exclusive AWS double-wish-bone front suspensions, and Fas Track Long-Travel rear suspensions.