What tyres should I use on my Mazda CX5?

I have 17-inch rims on my 2015 Mazda CX5 and still have a very choppy ride on many A roads and all B class.

Asked on 29 December 2016 by john price

Answered by Honest John
First try running the tyres at slightly lower pressures. Try cold pressures of 32PSI all round. Still not good enough, then fit a set of softer compound all weather tyres. Michelin Cross Climate are best, but may not do the size. Next, Goodyear Vector 4-Seasons Gen 2. After that, Nokian Weatherproof, Vredestein Quatrac, Bridgestone A001s, Pirelli Scorpion Verde.
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