Can you suggest a runflat tyre brand that gives a smooth ride?

I have been running Pirelli P7 runflats (225/55 R17 Y) on my BMW 5 Series for years. Is there now a runflat available which might give a less hard ride?

Asked on 15 September 2017 by

Answered by Honest John
Bridgestone has recently introduced Driveguard as its latest range of runflats with a different type of sidewall from before: www.bridgestone.co.uk/driveguard/
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