Which handbrake is best?
This article is part of Reuters’ annual Consumer Reports survey, which is published each year.
It seeks to quantify the quality of life in a number of areas.
The latest edition of the survey, published on March 28, 2016, ranks handbrakes in 10 categories: comfort, ergonomics, ride quality, noise, price, sound, price/value, and safety.
It also ranks the comfort rating for handbrak models in each category.
The survey found that while the average handbraker had a score of 73.5 out of 100, handbrakers with more than 5,000 hours of riding experience were rated as the best in the market.
Overall, hand-brake owners are generally satisfied with the way their handbraks work, according to the survey.
In fact, the average rating is 93.3 out of a possible 100.
It is the second most satisfied with handbraking by owners, after the top spot goes to the Subaru BRZ, which has a score over 85 out of 99.
The BRZ received an overall score of 94.5 in the survey and the Subaru Outback received a score that was 89.1 out of 90.