Topic:Michelin All-seasons
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BMTWanted to get some Michelin all seasons for my 95 Bonneville. No one seems happy with the Energy MXV4's in the snow. Has anyone had a good experience with Michelin all season tires in the snow?

Any other recommendations?

StanHad them on a 98 Accord and they were below average in all wet conditions. I went with softer Yokohama AVS S4, which also has bigger channels and is more quiet on the highway. I have been very happy with them in dry and wet weather, no snow yet. Dunlop and Goodyear also make some good options for your auto.

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