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Europe can lay claim to just as many automotive achievements—unibody construction, disc brakes, even front-wheel drive.
The steering holds a line as if magnetically guided and the four-wheel vented disc brakes are almost overengineered with 13.3 inch rotors front, 13-inches rear.
Other standard safety features on all models include electronic stability control with traction control, four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes with electronic brake-force distribution, and rear acoustic parking sensors.
Larger front and rear disc brake rotors fill out the Sport's 18-inch alloy wheels with high performance all-season tires.
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Definition of disc brake for English Language Learners
: a brake that works by two plates pressing against the sides of a disc that is connected to the center of a wheel
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