Discover why technology is at the service of performance at Acura Laval, Acura dealership near Montreal and Saint-Jérôme.

An A-Grade All-Wheel Drive System

Acura’s famous SH-AWD (Super Handling All-Wheel Drive) is a lot more than a catchy commercial name. It’s an exhaustive and intuitive system that adapts to people’s driving style and to current road conditions to provide the driver with a thrilling driving experience via an unparalleled road handling. On top of the ease of driving (guaranteed all-year round behind the wheel of an Acura), no Quebecer needs to be told how much this feature is relevant between November and April. More than a system that simply ensures a good grip to the road, SH-AWD supports the general performance of the vehicle by reallocating the torque between the front and the rear wheels. That means that if you’re driving on a snowy road or making a sharp turn, the system will send most of the torque to the rear wheels to maximize your vehicle’s stability.

A Suspension Made For a Sporty Drive

Another fundamental aspect for Quebec’s drivers (and those of Montreal in particular, especially during the “orange cones” festival) is the sturdy suspension offered on Acura, which is made possible by a precisely crafted engineering process inspired by the one used on race cars, and by amplitude reactive dampers. These dampers have 2 pistons: the first absorbs vibrations caused by the imperfections of the road while the second stiffen to prevent the wheels going crazy, thus ensuring an impeccable stability.

You would have understood by now that Acura takes cutting edge automotive technologies very seriously and put them at the service of the exceptional performance delivered on all its vehicles. The results of these efforts can be seen pretty much everywhere on our roads, but if you want to take a closer look at them or see for yourself how it feels to sit behind the wheel of one of these marvels, go at once to Acura de Laval, your Acura car dealer on the North Shore, located at only a few minutes of Montreal.

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