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Suvs Getting Bigger: How Progress Ruins Off-Road Qualities

Suvs Getting Bigger: How Progress Ruins Off-Road Qualities

Automotive
Technological progress and modern requirements for comfort and handling force automakers to refuse to produce SUVs with a frame structure and fully dependent suspension. Increasing safety requirements dictate an increase in the minimum size of rims. This is sad but understandable. But in addition to this, modern SUVs are getting wider. And the size race is useless here. A relatively small width, coupled with a wheelbase, is the key to geometric cross-country ability. And where you can easily climb on an SUV from the previous generations, the modern hippo will have to work hard. Great car connoisseurs from the Indy Auto Man, IN explain how off-road qualities changed in new-generation SUVs and why. This used car dealership has sold SUVs for about 14 years and at their car lot customers can...