It's not a sea-sickness type thing Simon, others reckon it's simply not being in any physical contact with the road, some people's brains just can't deal with it. I have a friend who spends his life riding superbikes, yet he travelled, quite literally, 5 miles in my Activa and I had to stop so he could be sick. So very weird.Mandrake wrote:Despite being softer, a Hydractive 2 Xantia has better damping and body control than a standard Xantia. The ride on my new V6 after fitting all new spheres today is outstanding, very smooth, cushioned and yet stable without any motion sickness inducing float or pitching - I can't imagine anyone would get sea sick in it..northern_mike wrote:She never got sick in the hydractive Xantias or the Activas. Just the basic ones.
My missus will get sick at 60mph on a straight, smooth road with no body movement at all. Go on twisty bits, she's perfectly ok. She says it's just like morning sickness.
She drove the C5 loads this evening, not a problem.