Some people equate "heavy" with "feel". Which is a fallacy.
Originally Posted by tadtaggert
My wife drives an X5, about the only thing that I'd agree on is that the steering feels more weighted, and note that I agree with weighted but not responsive.
Maybe the perceived differences arise from 550 vs. 535, but this just doesn't ring true.
The new Ferraris have been noted for having hyper light steering, but full of feel.
Same with our cars when the steering weight is increased. It's just heavier, not more full of feel.
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Heaven is where the police are British, the cooks are French, the cars are German, the lovers are Italian and it is all organised by the Swiss.
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