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Old 09-20-2012, 09:00 AM
EugeneM EugeneM is offline
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Sure it does.

Take a look at this article:

"Ride Quality The ride quality is extremely smooth when compared to conventional springs as compressed air is used to absorb irregularites on the road. This is perfect for providing a soft and comfortable ride for passengers but by adjusting the air pressure the suspension can be stiffened for a sport setting."

The ride quality with the air suspension is much better than that without.

Originally Posted by gjohnsen View Post
I totally agree. The self levelling suspension has nothing to do with comfort...Except that it keeps the car in level under load...My car has by the way, both AD and self levelling suspension..
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