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I dropped the pressure to 33 psi and this made a big improvement in ride quality with very little difference in handling.
I do the same,, though closer to 35 cold then 33. The OEM Continentals are showing a noticeable amount of edge wear after only 25000km, tread depth is <6mm on the walls vs 7.5mm at center so bear that in mind if you want the tires to last as long as possible.

We put 18" winter tires on this year, noticed a slight improvement in the 'boatiness' but its still an unnecessarily rough ride. My takeaway after 3 years: the AWD system is amazing, the ride quality sucks.
 

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Coming from daily-driving a Mitsubishi Mirage and weekend driving an Audi TT, I had nothing but praise for the PP's ride. Granted, most of the roads I've been driving on are well paved black-tops.

Changed the OEM 20's to Trailsport 18's + Wildpeak ATs at ~800miles. Logged over 1k miles road trip.

I feel like the Wildpeaks are tougher rubber than the OEM Continentals (which is weird IMO) but maybe not to improve offroad toughness vs sharp rocks etc?

When we went offroad, I think I remember the left/right sway in the cabin was in fact horrible but I assumed that was because of the offroad condition.

I'll pay more attention to the ~50 mile commute home and report back.
 
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