National Geographic : 1979 Jan
Naturally, since we're talking about the real world, you have to remember that you're bound to hit a pothole now and then. That's why all our Hatchbacks and Sedans have four-wheel independent MacPherson strut suspension. This way the car suffers the indignities of the street, rather than the driver. Of course, the real world is also filled with lots of nice smooth highways and perfectly-paved streets. And if a Honda is designed to handle potholes, imagine how well it must handle on all those roads where there aren't any. We make i31 We make it simple.