Any S-Class Mercedes. However, as far as ride quality, it's a big price gap. Which is why I've only owned Lincoln.
I've ridden in an S class , 1989, I thought there was no comparison as far as ride quality went...just my opinion. I've not ridden in any S class newer, so I may be subjective and biased towards the Town Car also.Any S-Class Mercedes. However, as far as ride quality, it's a big price gap. Which is why I've only owned Lincoln.
Semper FiAs a previous owner of a MKS and a current owner of a '19 Navigator and '19 MKZ, I will say the TC is completely different. But the were engineered with different parameters and goals in mind.
The closest relatively contemporary comparison is my daughters few years old Buick sedan (cannot recall the model). Not to the standard of the TC but still a nice smooth ride.
Any car that has air ride suspension has a better ride than cars without almost always. My 07 Designer, as others said, rides like a Lazy boy on a cloud. My aunt had a Mercedes from the late 90s that rode well but it wasn't a big car so it still wasn't a Lincoln ride quality. To be honest I think the best riding car I have ever been in is a tie between our panthers and a 1984 Citroën. Not sure the year. I was small and thought it was the coolest thing ever! So 35 years ago.I'll be honest with you all, I've never had a vehicle that rides as nice as this 2002 TC Sig, it's overwhelmingly smooth, is there anything else like it out there ?
Let me rephrase the question in general.....
Is there any modern equivalent to the town car ride ?
Maybe that's what it was. This was 30 years ago or so. I just remember the ride was just perfect. Now it didn't corner at all but potholes and rough roads was smooth as silk!! Thank you I didn't know about this.That Citroen system was licensed out to some other big names too for it's ride quality and adaptability.
Mercedes had some older cars with such as well.
This is pretty neat too if you've never seen it: