Now coming to the main part of the car, the suspensions. Now one thing that we all like about the duster is the ride and handling and the suspensions on the Turbo variant offers you the best of both worlds. To be honest, if you see a bad patch of road, just floor the car and it will easily glide through it. The insulation and the NVH levels are also pretty good and do not allow the engine or the outside noise to enter the cabin. … [Read more...] about Renault Duster Turbo Review (First Drive): The Best Handling Mid-Size SUV?
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There are three driving modes in the car: Eco, Comfort and Sport. The SUV will give the maximum fuel efficiency in the Eco mode and with that, the throttle response and the steering will feel light. Comfort is when you want to cruise around in the city with decent throttle response. In the Sport mode, the SUV becomes extremely responsive and the steering wheel also feels slightly stiffened up, which is a good thing. … [Read more...] about Hyundai Tucson Review (First-Drive): The Mid-Size SUV That Offers Best Of Both Worlds?
Autocar speculates VW’s decision to skip a spicier front-driven Golf has to do with the costly Dieselgate and the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Add into the mix the company’s huge investments in electrification spearheaded by the ID.3 hatchback and ID.4 crossover, it is understandable why a Clubsport S doesn’t rank high on the list of priorities. … [Read more...] about VW Golf GTI Clubsport S Ruled Out For Now, No Reason Given
Last Sunday in IndyCar’s season finale St. Petersburg, the 27-year-old New Zealander became the first driver to make his IndyCar race debut with Team Penske’s legendary team since Gonazalo Rodriguez at Detroit in 1999. On the Friday before race weekend, it was also confirmed that he would be racing a fourth Penske-Chevrolet fulltime in the 2021 NTT IndyCar Series, alongside team incumbents Josef Newgarden, Will Power and Simon Pagenaud. … [Read more...] about McLaughlin completes Rookie Orientation Program at Indy
“He was also great at looking at the big picture and the chain of events. If you had an issue with the car, he’d be asking, ‘Well what issue caused that issue?’, and he’d gauge the knock-on effect of one thing after another. So if you said, ‘We’re wearing our outside front too quickly, can’t get the car turned in,’ then he’d ask, ‘So is that the cause or the effect of the understeer? Have we got the car sitting down too much on one corner so we need to change springs at the rear to put more weight over that right-front?’ And so on. He’d come up with these different ideas of things we could try and say, ‘Well if we solve it this way, that might have this side-effect or that side-effect on the car.’ … [Read more...] about Clive Howell – the man who was Penske perfect