Is the suspension of Hyundai Xcent good for bad road conditions and better compared to suspension of Ford Aspire?
By: Gaurav londhe on 7 may 2017
The Hyundai Xcent's suspension setup consists of an independent McPherson strut layout at the front and a coupled torsion beam axle at the rear. Though the Xcent has an extremely compliant ride within the city as the suspension absorbs small – medium bumps really well and the high speed stability is also good, however the uneven road surfaces tend to unsettle the car easily.
The suspension setup of Ford Aspire and Xcent are much alike, in city driving conditions suspension of Aspire manages to sail over the potholes quite effortlessly without too much jerks and jolts being felt inside the cabin while on bad roads conditions the car suffers from up / down bobbing. But Aspire has an added advantage of longer ground clearance and little wider tyres which offers it a bit better ride compared to Xcent on bad road conditions.
I advise you to take a test drive of both cars to experience the ride quality by yourself.
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