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Old 01-13-2013, 05:15 PM
Cdnrockies Cdnrockies is offline
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Originally Posted by henrycyao View Post
I agree with your statement. I firmly believe a properly weighted steering wheel is very important to feedback what is happening on the wheel. I still remember I sense something was wrong with tires when the steering wheel felt a little slippery. If you are always light on steering wheel, it would be hard to detect a delta in change of force. So I agree that heavier steering is better if it is not artificially harden.
Clearly you have not driven a Porsche. Their steering is noticeably lighter than BMW's but is far more accurate and perceptive than BMW's.

Pretty sure there's nothing wrong with perceiving anything in the Cayenne, 911, Panamera, etc. with the lighter steering.
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