The magnetic ride dampening system is common on the higher trim: Cadillac and Corvette from GM.
I have tested the GM versions and have to say they do allow for variable shock absorption which I feel is important when driving.
I think the combination of the Magneride and Torque Vectoring features on the Disco would be the best in tight curve handling and on road use.
The Magneride is an option I would choose because yes, the ride is quite bumpy in the city rough roads we have here in Southern California.
I have an early 2016 model that did not have this option but in a year or two, when I start looking for a replacement, I will be looking specifically for the Magenride option.
I do not plan on keeping the car longer than 3-4 years as the cost for repairs on these highly complicated systems can become cost prohibitive.....
2016 DS HSE - 5+2 3rd Row, Climate Comfort, Driver Assistance +, Audio Upgrade, Gloss Black Roof Rails
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