When people buy cars, they do not pay attention to the suspension system because they are not aware that it makes the ride fairly comfortable. In many instances, the model of the car itself can help a person determine the suspension system used. There are other cases when the customer specifies the suspension system he wants on the car. The best selection of suspension systems is available through Dorman Products at a price that you desire.
People’s perception on what a family car should be has changed over the years. Instead of the humble state car, families now prefer the large 7-seat SUV. Those who want something that is more luxurious go for Audi Q7 or Volvo XC90. Both cars offer the best of passenger comfort. The XC90 has a full complement of safety technology to ensure that everyone inside or outside the car are safe.
The major difference between the two cars is their engines. XC90 has downsized the 2.0-liter 4-cylinder diesel to maximize fuel economy while Q7 uses a big 3-liter 6-cylinder with plenty of torque. If you are planning on a large SUV with a sizeable engine wouldn’t you rather choose the more efficient option?
Because Q7 has a larger and more powerful engine, it is faster off the mark with an extra shove to help build speed quicker and breeze smoothly past slow moving traffic. On the other hand, the XC90 is not underpowered because it can happily cruise at motorway speeds in spite of inclines.
Both cars have the optional adaptive air suspension systems but the way it is set up is different between the two. The Volvo’s suspension system is firmer and tied down better so that the body leans less than the Audi in corners. In contrast, Audi has a suspension system in the firmest Dynamic mode where the body leans a few degrees more than the Volvo.
Your car must be able to go over a bump and quickly gain composure at low speeds. If you feel the vehicle swaying and back and forth or bounce after passing a bump, you might as well visit Dorman Products because the suspension system is already struggling to support the vehicle’s weight.