Nice insight on the MPP.Yes, I have 35k miles on MPP ComfortCoils. Are there coilovers available that have done a better job creating comfort since my MPPs were installed 2 years ago? I hope so! Two years is a long time for others to develop struts/shocks/springs.
I don't dislike the MPPs, for my own purposes. My disappointment occurs when my wife, who drives a 2019 Avalon Hybrid Limited, rides in the car.
(Thread drift: 2019 Avalon Hybrid: I just replaced its Michelin PilotSport AS 4s, with 37k miles on them, with Pirelli P7 AS Plus 3s. They are considerably softer and less harsh than the 5/32" Michelin tread. I might try them on my 2021 MYLR when its PilotSport tires are worn out.)
I have typically been a Michelin user religiously.
The reason I didn’t go with the PilotSport series this time is bc I am not really interested in the sport aspect with these. I don’t foresee any extreme track days upcoming on the model y.
I’ll have to give the pirellis a shot eventually.
I’d assume with an Avalon regardless of tire, the suspension is just a hair below Lexus.
I used to own 5 or 6 ls430s prior to making the switch the Tesla. The non “sport” suspension always drove smooth as butter.