What petrol SUV has the most comfortable ride?

I have a Honda CR-V on small wheels and the largest tyres, but the ride, for me, is very poor and unsettled. What petrol SUV has the most comfortable ride with a large boot for golf clubs?

Asked on 28 April 2017 by Stravaiger

Answered by Honest John
Ride on the CR-V 17-inch wheels should not be a problem. But I can tell you that the ride of a Honda HR-V on Michelin Cross Climate 215/55 R17s is very good (you would have to buy the tyres separately). The ride is also very good in a Nissan Qashqai 4WD or a Renault Kadjar 4WD on 215/60 R17s.
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