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Just bought new Highline yesterday, the ride quality seems hard (driven normal/sport mode). The suspension does not seem as soft? Does it it get better after the first few thousand miles on it?
Driving on all-season stock tires there is a lot of cabin noise , and super pissed about lack of car-net !!
 

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I’ve not noticed any difference in ride quality after nearly a year of ownership. Did you testdrive the Highline or Comfortline? I did notice a difference between the two with the different wheel size and sidewall height.
 

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I’ve not noticed any difference in ride quality after nearly a year of ownership. Did you testdrive the Highline or Comfortline? I did notice a difference between the two with the different wheel size and sidewall height.
We had test driven a comfortline and did not at the time notice it, maybe well break into it lol
 

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No break in period in new cars anymore. As for it feeling stiff that’s how it is.
Check you tire pressures as dealers over inflate for sure
 

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Blame the 19" wheels. I miss the days of 16 and 17s being the norm. The bigger the rim the less tire there is to cushion impacts. Also factory tires aren't known for being the best.
 

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Blame the 19" wheels. I miss the days of 16 and 17s being the norm. The bigger the rim the less tire there is to cushion impacts. Also factory tires aren't known for being the best.
thats what i feel could be the larger rims than what we were used to.
I thought they would cheap out on tires, but they gave us Pirelli Scorpion Zero All Seasons
 
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