Where appropriate, and within milliseconds, these computers switch an extra pair of suspension spheres in or out of the circuit, to allow the car a smooth supple ride in normal circumstances, or greater roll resistance for better handling in corners. Whenever the Hydractive 1 or 2 computers received abnormal sensor information, often caused by malfunctioning electrical contacts, the car’s suspension system would be forced into its firm setting for the remainder of the ride. Additional benefits include an absence of diagonal pitching, the constant ride height ensures headlamp beams are always properly aligned, irrespective of load and aerodynamics remain unaffected by load thanks to a constant angle of attack. All Citroën Elect 3 products quoted with compulsory Citroën Assistance. Hydrolastic — is a type of space-efficient automotive suspension system used in many cars produced by British Motor Corporation (BMC) and its successor companies.
Full insurance details are included in the Insurance Cover Booklet supplied with the Motability Scheme car. There is also an Executive trim suggesting adjustable electric front seats, another suspension system, and laminated side glass for better sound isolation, all included in the list of standard Citroen C5 parts. Prior to the advent of cheap electronics, a totally hydraulic anti lock braking system had been built, together with zero roll suspension. See also Hydragas — a type of automotive suspension system used in many cars produced by British Leyland and its successor companies.
Hydractive hydraulic suspension 3+: ES9A and DW12TED4 engines (prior to RPO No 10645). C6 (2005–2012) Hydractive hydraulic suspension 3+: Standard on all models. C5 II (2007–present) Hydractive hydraulic suspension 3+: Depends on country and trim. Electronic Air Suspension (EAS) is the air suspension system installed on the second version of the Range Rover. This part of the circuit is at between 150 and 180 bars. It powers the front brakes first, prioritised via a security valve, and depending on type of vehicle, can power the steering, clutch, gearchange, etc. Other car manufacturers, notably Rolls-Royce and Mercedes-Benz licenced the system which was also used on Berliet trucks. Exclusions apply to certain manufacturers, models and engine types. For Citroën SimplyDrive Telematics minimum age 18, maximum age 75. Drivers are required to install the Telematics Box & consent to Data capture & transmission to qualify for insurance.