A few years ago I did the same with Audi, the ride was appalling, so appalling Audi addressed it as it was seriously compromising their UK sales. I found a similar problem with BMW. We bought MB on the ride quality at the time.I don't get in modern BM's and Audis very often but when I do I find the ride pretty harsh.
Absolutely rightNot sure there's a wrong choice in this sector, they're all excellent cars. It comes down to personal preference and whether you encounter issues with your particular car.
I rather enjoy the 900mile range of my current Audi A6 Ultra Avant
I looked at them and just didn't like them. It was too much for me (in your face pumped up wheel arches) and really wasn't entirely comfortable to drive normally (it was straining at the lease all the time and the ride was just too compromised), hence we went the S6 route.Would love an RS6 though
Only cos you is in a Skoda...Actually one thing I would say is that Audi drivers seem to be taking the crown for most selfish road users, FWTW!
I know I can be accused of bias over this, but imo the E63 is the most underrated car (in the UK at least) in the AMG range.While on the subject of ride, I was seriously impressed with Bryan Allman's E63 the other day - I had expected Peter's CL63 to be exceptional, but even in sport mode the E63 insulated you pretty well, but not tried on the potholed roads round here.