FWIS

(redirected from Four-Wheel Independent Suspension)
AcronymDefinition
FWISFrom What I've Seen
FWISFrom Where I Stand
FWISFour-Wheel Independent Suspension
FWISFixed Wing Instrumentation Subsystem
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The Adventure, with its four-wheel independent suspension, reportedly requires minimal stowage space so it can be transported in a medium-sized car.
The Mariner, with its four-wheel independent suspension, features one of the most comprehensive and technologically advanced safety systems available in any vehicle in any class.
According to UQM, the hybrid bus, which features a "low-floor, monocoque-type structure, four-wheel independent suspension that operates with no interior intrusion for axle clearance, and a front frame crush zone to improve occupant safety in the event of a collision," has an estimated curb weight of 9,600 pounds, "which represents a mass reduction of 64 percent compared to conventional buses thereby improving passenger-carrying payload and fuel economy.
Steering feedback is superb and body motions are effectively controlled by its four-wheel independent suspension that uses computer control to vary vehicle height for off-road adventures.
With four-wheel independent suspension, precise steering, carlike monocoque construction and a state-of-the-art on-demand fourwheel drive system, the Tribute delivers an ideal blend of on-road performance and refinement, plus all-weather and off-road capability.
With four-wheel independent suspension, precise steering and a state-of-the-art four-wheel drive system, the Tribute delivers an ideal blend of on-road performance and refinement, plus all-weather and off-road capability.
Other standard equipment includes dual front airbags, shoulder height adjustable seatbelts, air conditioning, PassLock anti-theft system, tilt steering wheel and four-wheel independent suspension.
It has the 210-horsepower V6 from the 300ZX sportscar, four-wheel independent suspension, ABS and airbags.
For example, Mitsubishi's HSR-II included an electronically controlled four-wheel independent suspension that served as the basis for the design used on the company's newest sports car, the 1991 3000GT VR-4.
Built on an exclusive platform that uses body-on-frame construction, the Toyota Sequoia features four-wheel independent suspension to help provide exemplary ride quality, handling and straight-line control.