2010 Toyota Tundra 4x4
'65 Chenowth Baja Bug
'69 Bandit 4 Seater Buggy
As a class, Mogs are generally cushier than you might expect. Suspensions are fairly compliant and most Mogs are running on large tires that don't have to be inflated very much to carry the weight, so the tires act like another suspension component.
Some Mogs have very short wheelbases with all the choppiness that implies. But in the longer-wheelbase trucks I've been in, the ride is more than adequate. (And my own Mog camper, which has an unusually long wheelbase, rides like a Cadillac.)
2007/2012 custom Jeep Rubicon expedition motorhome
2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
2006 Honda PS250 Big Ruckus Expedition Scooter
1996/2002 Honda XR600R highly-modded
My U500, with about a 25-27500 GVW, rides great. Cushy but not soft. Wish I could find a Fox 3" shock that would easily fit; I replaced the stock shocks with Konis and it made a big difference. It's also relatively quiet, has nice air seats with a shock/coil sprung cab. It also has very powerful brakes: 4 wheel disc air brakes.
Unimog U500 with Unicat camper; diesel BMW X5 35d, diesel BJ40 Landcruiser and diesel M37
Mine rides ok, the air seats really help. I put a 4400 lb concrete block in the back for the winter. It rides really nice with that in the bed.