In my part of the bad road country (Vermont) I need more of a Bronco version of the Telluride - lifted a couple inches and with some A/T tires. Out here, every family has a truck for dad and the snow and mud season... and a Subie Outback for Mom. I’d like to split the difference and get down to one, reliable, cost-efficient vehicle. Has anyone looked into how to lift a Telluride and get some slightly taller tires on it? I like the highly modded off-road versions of the Telly that Kia keeps rolling-out at the big Car shows. I’m sure they had a specialty shop do the custom mods. Maybe in-house? Not sure. If I could get a bit more ground clearance and some taller tires with bite, I’d be a buyer! That is, an SUV with a tinge of ‘rugged’, but with inexpensive Mercedes comfort and safety, able to get up the rutted dirt road to the farm, but also able to put some miles on the interstate. A vehicle that could do most everything, albeit not everything super well. In my opinion, the only thing these Tellurides lack is a tad bit better ‘bad back road’ capability. Less than 8” of ground clearance doesn’t do it. Anyone conquer a lift and tires?