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I'm thinking of buying a Volkswagen Golf SV on 17-inch wheels with sport suspension to replace my old Tiguan R Line on 18s, which I found unpleasantly hard/ jarring. What is your view on my intended...
Is it possible to change the 16-inch alloy wheels to a 15-inch size on my Volkswagen Golf 1.4 TSI (122PS) 2012? I want to improve the ride quality and help prevent travel nausea caused by the what seems...
It seems that every time I read a road test of a sporty car, the reviewer raves about adjustable dampers/adaptive chassis. I am in the market for a sporty car and I like the notion of dialling "comfort"...
I have a Vauxhall Astra (2011) SRi 2.0 CDTi running on 225-50-R17 tyres and the only complaint I have with the car is it's very firm ride. As the front tyres are soon due for changing, and the rears are...
I live in Spain and have a Suzuki Jimny, which is good off road, but basic and uncomfortable. I want to sell the Jimny, along with my Ford Fiesta, and buy something comfortable. I am also thinking of buying...
I own a 2002 Ford Fusion – which I love - but it is quite noisy in the back on long runs, as the boot floor/load area is not sound proofed. Would it be beneficial to out a layer of sound deadening material...
I borrowed a BMW 3 Series recently, on runflat low profile tyres, and noticed the ride was considerably smother than my 5 Series on 17-inch wheels. Why would that be the case? Is it possible that my suspension...
I'm thinking of buying a 2014 Suzuki Kizashi for £14,999 from my local dealer. I'll only do 5000 miles and it will replace my old Vauxhall Vectra. My wife has a bad back and at five feet tall getting into...
Please can you advise the most suitable car for me. I am hoping for reliability in a car for 10 years driving around 8000 miles per annum. A fairly small hatchback would suit and I want a car with a comfortable...
In considering a purchase of a new Volvo V40 the standard wheel/tyre is a 16-inch alloys (called Matres) with 205/55 tyres. A paying option (assumed to be an improvement) is to select the 17-inch alloys...
 

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