I think it is a combo of several things...wider, high performance tires, wider wheels, non-hubcentric wheels. There is just more rubber and wheel on the road. Hence, you feel every little bump. Had I gone with a more "SUV-friendly" tire, things might have been different. Don't get me wrong, the look is smokin'. But, I don't care for the ride harshness.ffiallo said:MGPilot,
you're confusing me know !!! what really motivated you to do the upgrade ? Will you reverse it if you could - with no monetary implications ?
Do you think the harshness might be due to the tires or eider wheels ?
So far, so good. We've had it for about 2 months now. If there is a better family sedan out there with a V6 for a comparable price, I would like to know what it is. The V6 is very powerful and very smooth. My parents own a 2001 V6 sedan. The new model is much, much improved overall. You can’t go wrong with the 2003 Accord.dirkpitt said:MG
How do you like your Accord? I was going to buy a Pilot, but looks
like I will just go with the Accord for now/