Force One LX 4X4 review, test drive

    Our first impressions of the new Force One LX 4x4 SUV

    Published on Sep 02, 2013 05:37:00 AM


    Make : Force
    Model : Force One

    Force Motors has quickly grown its One family to three with the latest addition being the 4x4-equipped LX variant. What can you expect from it? Let’s find out.

    As you would expect, there are a few graphics to celebrate the additional working wheels but, there are bigger changes under the skin. For instance, the front wheels are suspended by MacPherson struts as these open a passage for the drive shafts from the new axle to get to the front wheels. Taking that and the new transfer case into account, the Force One has put on 200kg. So, it has required a thorough redoing of the suspension too.

    On the road, despite the wider 245 section rubber, the Force One understeers into corners and the turn in feels heavier too. The ride quality also feels different. Better. Over the Belgian paver block section of the test track, the Force One rode over the bumps with a softer edge and lesser body movement. The cabin also felt better insulated from the harsh conditions of the road. Continued..


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