The body index, which has been developed by Mercedes engineers, indicates how agile the new C-Class is on the road. The higher the body index, the better the suspension is connected to the body and the tauter is the suspension tuning. With the standard AGILITY CONTROL suspension, the body index of the C-Class is 1.91 to 2.01 hertz; and with the dynamic handling package, the body index achieves values of up to 2.46 hertz, which are typical of sports cars. The excellent axle load ratio ensures a near-perfect balance between front and rear axles, thereby meeting one of the key requirements for traction, driving stability and vehicle dynamics.


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    07A1975
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    The body index, which has been developed by Mercedes engineers, indicates how agile the new C-Class is on the road. The higher the body index, the better the suspension is connected to the body and the tauter is the suspension tuning. With the standard AGILITY CONTROL suspension, the body index of the C-Class is 1.91 to 2.01 hertz; and with the dynamic handling package, the body index achieves values of up to 2.46 hertz, which are typical of sports cars. The excellent axle load ratio ensures a near-perfect balance between front and rear axles, thereby meeting one of the key requirements for traction, driving stability and vehicle dynamics.
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    Sep 11, 2007
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