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posted August 09, 2002 02:16 PM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Anybody have any reccomendations for tires. I drive about 12K miles a year, mostly local paved. Some highway. Live in southern New England so snow is enough to require shovelling 3-10 times a season. Dealer reccomended Pirelli P400 or Toyo 800 Ultra, in preference to the OEM'd Michelin Xw4's

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posted August 18, 2002 02:41 PM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
the Toyo Ultra have gotten excellent reviews and will last and last a long, long time. I would recommend them too. There are some tires that may do same or better in the snow that the Toyos, may cost less too, but will not last as long. Here are a few of them:

Goodyear Eagle Regatta2 for $66 each
Yokohoma Avid Touring for $43 each(great buy)
BFGoodrich Control T/A M65 for $58 each

These tires all do well in the snow. The Yokohoma will last a long time like 80,000 miles I think is their warranty.

The other two will last like 60-70,000 miles.

I got these prices from tirerack.com. Definitely the cheapest prices on tires. I have shopped with them for like 10 years now and 5 different vehicles. No complaints at all.

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