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  1. Had test driven harrier, gotta say was impressed, but I was let down by wheel size of 17 inches for mid and high variants, how come HEXA was offered with 19 inches and not harrier. IMO 19 inches should be equipped with base variants and top end could do upto 21 inches, larger wheels not only improves asthetics but also improves ride. Another downer was the no upgrade head lamp with patchy chrome work seems to have been given in a hurry. Seat leatherette was a bit turgid but OK
  2. Hi Can any one share details as which of the current MID Segment SUVs have FDD (Frequency Damping Device) or FSD (Frequency Selective Damping) Shocks A FDD shocks is the one operates in high frequency range of 5-20Hz or some may categorize it as 10-20Hz. (see links for details) https://www.koni-na.com/en-US/NorthAmerica/Car-SUV/FSD/ https://www.turnology.com/news/koni-frequency-selective-damping/ It is said that the difference in ride can be felt if anyone has driven earlier TOYOTA INNOVA (claimed to use FDD) and rest of the vehicle in the same segment. Often drivers in INDIA prefer to drive in INNOVA rather than other vehicles for outstation trips because of lower fatigue. High Frequency exposures are mainly experienced during long drive on highways and is associated with lumbar and leg fatigue among the vehicle occupants. SST