The Moose Test is a ‘maneuver test’ performed to examine how well a particular vehicle is able to simulate an emergency situation with robust steering, in order to place pressure on the vehicle’s chassis, steering, help system and tires.
Making car safety top priority, the test studies a car’s potential during emergency situations.
Swedish motor magazine, Teknikens Värld, tests the Mazda 6 Wagon steering, traction control and suspension, while dodging road wedges at a speed of 70 km/h at 43.5 mph. However, do not forget that it all depends on the wheels equipped, as cars require a firm grip on the road in order avoid skidding or knocking any obstacles.
Moose Test enthusiasts place traffic cones on the roads, in an S-shape, to discover the agility of the 2015 Mazda 6. Maximum load is placed inside the Mercedes, according to the specifications of the brand’s manufacturing.
Check out Teknikens Värld’s YouTube video below, to find out whether the 2015 Mazda 6 Wagon passes or fails the evasive maneuver of the Moose Test, and achieves the safety system it is known for.
The Mazda car skids widely, as though they had no stability or traction control. As illustrated, the vehicle therefore struggles to maintain grip on the road during its evasive behavior.
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