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Grant Toyer

Anyone driving a SUV should consider Cooper CS5's

I drive a 2011 Ssangyong Korando SPR T20D Diesel with 4WD and the bonus of 4 wheel lock. The only disadvantage when off road is ground clearance but this has not stopped me from exploring the Brindabellas near home.

 

Having traveled to the Centre and top end of Oz in the early 80’s I’m no stranger to dirt roads as most were not bitumen back then. It was there that I learnt the importance of tyres, long distances, very little passing traffic and tyre penetrating objects from the road.

 

There has been some great commentaries and reviews in one of my favourite magazines and TV shows and that had an influence on my buying decision when it came around to new tyres. The endorsements of Cooper tyres lured me to the new Cooper CS5’s and they haven’t disappointed me.

 

Handling on the black top has improved with noticeably less body roll when cornering and a quieter ride. The CS5’s have also the improvement in fuel economy.

 

These tyres are no doubt everything Cooper are renowned for and anyone driving a SUV should consider Cooper CS5’s for their next lot of rubber.