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    Default PHC - a good thing ?

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    I haven't seen much discussion about this except in relation to the C4 Cactus

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    Are they a good thing ?

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    How would we know? I'm waiting for a test drive comparison with hydractive.

    Time will tell if it's reliable.

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    Here's a test drive of the prototype vs standard Cactus

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    I marvel at Citroen marketing. First they come up with the name - "Cactus". Then they come out with a very non-cactus suspension. If it doesn't work out, at least they can say we warned you.

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    Well lets hope it works well as it is the only hope we have for a modern car to approach the comfort levels we have become used to over the last 60 years.

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