Suspension system introduction
The suspension system is a vehicular system consisting of a spring, a damper and a connecting rod for connecting the vehicle to its wheels. The design of the front and rear suspension of a vehicle may use different designs. The suspension system plays a dual role, allowing the vehicle's handling and braking to be in good dynamic safety and driving pleasure, while maintaining the comfort of the owner and isolating proper road noise, bounce and vibration. These characteristics are usually mutually exclusive, so the adjustment of the suspension must find a set of both. The suspension system also protects the cargo baggage of the vehicle itself or the vehicle from damage or wear due to bumps.