When I buy Compass, I had Bridgestone Dueler H/P Sport 255 55 18.
The vehicle isn't soft.
In Italy we have a little way, more rotatory direction but the dynamic behavior of Compass is excellent, incredible excellent.
I bought Yokohama G015 for winter period, I test tyres about 30 km.
The tyre are soft, more soft. The lateral support is soft, when you run more 150 km/h (about 100miles) the Compass are bit unstable because the tyre are projected for other use, not sport use.
The city's holes are absorbed good than Bridgestone, G015 are best.
Loud Bridgestone and Loud Yokohama are same.
For sport use: Bridgestone
For all purpose: Yokohama
I don't think I'd trust my Compass at 150km/h (100MPH) either, and not just because of the tires. A Jeep is no better at that speed than a sports car is in a blizzard. Neither the tires nor the vehicle are intended for that kind of use. Be careful out there! :angel:
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