I believe the answer to your question is: yes and no. Yes it has a load levelling suspension, but no I don't think that system has any signficant impact on controlling body roll. The level ride system has been around a long time and is essentially air-shocks on the rear wheels hooked up to a small air compressor. There is a mechanical linkage that measures the relative position of the rear of the car. If the rear is too low it fires up the compressor and raises it, if the rear is too high it bleeds off air. Body roll is mainly controlled by the sway bars; I would guess the difference you noticed between your SDV and the Grand Marq is due to wimpier sway bars on the Ford that don't control body roll as well. If your DeVille has a variant of the road sensing suspension it may also contribute to controlling roll by adjusting the front shock valving but I don't know the last gen DeVilles very well. Ranger will probably come by and straighten this out since he's got a newer DeVille.