How does the Acura TSX traction & stability control compare to that of BMW 3 Series?
How does the Honda Accord V6 or Acura TSX's traction and stability control compare to that of a BMW 3 Series and is there a marked difference?
I read an article in National Post a couple of months back (winter season I believe) and they tested a BMW 3 in one of the Nordic countries where BMW has a test site. With the traction and stability set on, and I believe with no winter tires, they couldn't even let the car spin around. That is really impressive.
Which other car models have excellent traction and stability systems on icy and slippery road conditions?
It was mentioned in the news just a day or two ago that in the US, traction and stability control may become a de facto standard a few years down around. That's actual when I am getting a 2nd car and any insight on the pros and cons of various stability control systems is appreciated.