There is a problem with the modern day sedan. The fact is sedans are designed to be stiff and every car has to have some kind of performance gimmick. Gone are the highway cruisers were you could hit a pothole doing 40 mph and not feel it. Comfort isn't the priority anymore. For example, my 2014 Dodge Charger R/T Plus AWD Sport. I love it. Great all around muscle car in a sport sedan body, however, when I bought my 2019 Ram 1500 Laramie Sport Crew Cab 4x4, I realized how much more comfortable the Ram was to drive. The Ram hits bumps with ease on the rough Michigan roads, actually gets better fuel economy than my Charger and has even more room to stretch out in and haul stuff. I still love the Charger, but find myself sore from hitting all the bumps in it because of low it sits and how stiff the suspension is. I enjoy driving it, but find myself going to the Ram when I just want to go somewhere comfortably. The Charger is still 10x more fun to drive, so that's why I kept it. I think a lot of people have found SUVs, CUVs, and trucks to be more all around practical. More room, driving comfort, and more commanding presence on the road sitting up higher.