Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to more than one telecommunications link.
  • adj. Being or pertaining to a kind of vehicle suspension using three or more lateral arms and one or more longitudinal arms.

Etymologies

multi- +‎ link (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • * The new 'multilink' function + 'Override generic links' option.

    Fulldls.com

  • It includes an aluminum multilink suspension and clever, road-feeling steering rack.

    Alfa Romeo Readies a Stirring Stateside Return

  • Ride quality is a tad firm due to the front strut and rear multilink suspension, but stopping power is immense.

    Car review: Audi RS3

  • The suspension of choice is obviously the Turbo's rear multilink setup—our car had the merely competent torsion-bar rear suspension—and so I'll come back to the Beetle when I get into the Turbo.

    The Beetle Mans Up

  • You could credit the Ford's torque-vectoring front axle, which helps put down the power exiting corners, or its independent multilink rear suspension, which maintains contact with the road better than the Elantra's rear beam axle.

    Hyundai Takes a Bold Stand in the Compact Race

  • The front and rear multilink suspension has been revised to provide better cornering, body control and, most important, isolation, with a pallet full of hydro-elastic bushings between suspension bits and chassis.

    Chrysler's Global Melange Yields True Luxury

  • Chrysler Group LLC The front and rear multilink suspension has been revised to provide better cornering, body control and, most important, isolation, with a pallet full of hydro-elastic bushings between suspension bits and chassis.

    The Content Provider

  • The 3's suspension—with a proper multilink geometry in the back as compared with a torsion-beam rear axle—remains composed under hard braking and cornering, and manages to quell big whoops from the road that would send other compacts into oscillating fits.

    Mazda3 Really Moves the Needle (Not the Gas One)

  • The Passat—with a multilink rear suspension to complement the front struts—isn't tuned like a sports sedan, but it does have a fair amount of resolve when cornering, with crisp and predictable turn-in and well-managed body roll.

    Cost-Cutting Done (a Little More) Right

  • Volkswagen The Passat—with a multilink rear suspension to complement the front struts—isn't tuned like a sports sedan, but it does have a fair amount of resolve when cornering, with crisp and predictable turn-in and well-managed body roll.

    Passat: Cheaper and Roomier

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