Well 401A was an easy choice for me, but PP1 was harder to swallow after knowing how much it was for the 2015 MY and how it slowly crept up to almost double the price now. Couldn't cave in to Furniture Man CEO's demands.There is your "mistake". You should have first convinced yourself and your budget that you "needed" at least a 301A and PP1. Then MagneRide is a bargain for what they do. ;)
I love the magneride on my 2016, but I don't know how the car would perform with typical shocks. I think that's true of any vehicle. If you aren't sure, the best thing is to drive identical cars, one with and one without magneride. Then it will be an easy decision.Over in Great Britain the Magneride is just a simple one tick option, no other packs required. So it seems all the UK enthusiasts on this forum are selecting it for their 18's. But I have had a go on the US configurator and the Magneride is ultimately quite an expensive option and no wonder it does not appear on many of your orders.
My interest is to ask any '18 US Magneride owners that have already received their car what they feel about the system. Good bad or indifferent, it might be useful to others who are questioning the wisdom of ordering this damping system.
Thinking the same thing, it will better than my Fusion and Tundra LOLI've been driving an 06 GT for 11 years and never had any complaints about ride quality. It's my daily driver, I don't track or race it. I just love the power and style of Mustangs. So, while PP and Magnaride would nice, it's overkill for me, and with two kids approaching college age, $5000+ for PP and Magnaride will be better spent elsewhere. I ordered GT Premium 401A, Shaker, Active Exhaust, and all the safety stuff. I'm sure it will ride and handle much better than my 06, even without Magnaride.