Swedish magazine Teknikens Varld has published data in the “moose test” for the two platform wagons iV Skoda Superb and Volkswagen Passat GTE. Recall that the “moose test” is designed to determine the maneuverability and stability of the car on the road – this is the maximum speed with which car can round abruptly appeared on the road obstacle and to return to the driving lane.
For successful completion of the test, you must do it at speeds less than 72 km/h Czech and German business sedans with the task failed – they were able to return to the strip without hitting an obstacle at speed 70 km/h. In this case, the Mercedes-Benz C-Class has managed to cope with the task at the speed of 74 km/h, and the French Peugeot 508 SW, and all have shown a phenomenal result – 78 km/h.
To confirm the information received iV Skoda Superb and Volkswagen Passat GTE tested again with other drivers, however, improvement was not achieved.
Earlier it became known that the Toyota RAV4 was able to pass the “moose test”. This was done after migration of the software, as the first test ended in failure.