Handling is your vehicle’s ability to respond to drivers’ inputs while maintaining stability and control during turning. A car with good handling can navigate corners or turns at higher speeds and is less likely to lose control in sudden changes.
The car’s suspension, which connects the wheels to the car and allows them to move up and down, plays a major role in determining a vehicle’s handling characteristics. Additionally, the steering system, the tires, and the weight of the vehicle also play important roles.
A car with good suspension, responsive steering, high-performance tires, and balanced weight distribution would be a car with good handling. People sometimes tune their suspension systems to get better handling performance.