The purpose of the present study to analyze the performance of two different types of hydraulic cab mount systems (HCMs) of a double drum vibratory soil compactor (DVSC) in the direction of improving vehicle ride comfort. Firstly, a drum-vehicle-ground dynamic interaction model of DVSC under the different operating conditions is set up to analyze the ride performance of two different types of HCMs. And then, the mathematical model with the damping characteristic of two different types of HCM with the annular orifice (Type 1) and with the orifice and the annular orifice (Type 2) are set up to determine their nonlinear forces in the vertical direction with are connected with a mathematical model of the whole vehicle. Finally, the performance of two different types of HCMs analyzed and evaluated under the different operating conditions through the objective functions such the time domain and power spectral density (PSD) acceleration responses of the driver’s seat and pitching cab angle. The time domain and PSD acceleration responses of the vertical driver’s seat (as) and cab’s pitch angle (acphi) are chosen as objective functions The obtained results indicate that the peak amplitude values of as and acphi with Type 2 respectively reduce in comparison with Type 1 under the survey conditions that lead to significantly improved the ride comfort of DVSC with cushioning systems with high damping coefficient values. The study results propose a theoretical basis for the optimal design of the cab mount system for earth-moving machinery.