Ford KA+ Moose test 73 km/h was the maximum entrance speed at which we managed to complete the Moose test successfuly. On this test, the feelings that we get while driving are as important as the speed achieved and, on this case, as it can be seen, the driver needs to be specially aware to keep control of the situation. The suspension feels well adjusted on normal driving conditions, but here it is too soft and allows big body roll and several bounces after the first swerve. It is a similar situation to the one we found on the Nissan Micra, but on the KA+ it affects safety to a lesser extent. We think that the ESC should be more intrusive in order to avoid the big skidding of the back wheels. Moreover, the tyres mounted on this KA+ had little grip. The slightly violent reactions are felt intensely from the interior of the car. It was relatively easy to get used to them, but we think that drivers who do not know how the car reacts on the limit can get frightened if they need to deal with a similar situation for the first time. The precise feel of the steering helps get a certain sense of confidence and control. Slalon When driven through the slalom the KA+ reacts on a much better way, similarly to how it feels on normal driving conditions. The suspension copes well with the continuous swerves, so the body roll is kept moderate. On this ocassion, the tendency towards a slight oversteer contributes to making the KA+ more agile because it helps complete the changes of direction more quickly.