I don't think I mean the same thing when it comes to steering. I don't have a problem with the responsiveness of the steering. What I have an issue with is that you can't feel the tires pushing back through the steering -- you can't physically feel how much you are turning through the wheel. (On the other hand, the body (by default) gives too much of that kind of feedback, but I digress.)
Originally Posted by Loren
I think this is partially due to the electronic steering. Since the iQ also has electronic steering, I have to assume that there is some mechanism added to give more feedback to the steering wheel.
At least for the 2018 Mirage I have, I don't have as much issue with the body roll as I do with the steering feel. The car does have more body roll than I'd like, but the car seems more planted than you'd expect for the amount of body roll.
Gee, physical sensations are difficult to describe verbally.
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