Topic:all-season for Civic EX coupe
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DAGI'm from Chicago- I need a good all-season recommendation for my wifes '94 Civic EX Coupe that have Potenza RE92 now (185-60/HR14). I need something for wet especialy due to her highway driving but also winter without going into a winter tire. Should I stick with the RE92?
BikorRE92s came with my car, and my research seems to say they aren't very good in snow.

Incidentally, I've found the RE92s to be noisy and rough riding. My new Michelin Arctic Alpin tires are a great improvement in that area.

My other car has Uniroyal Tigerpaws. I have been satisfied with them. I will likely try a Dunlop tire -- or a BF Goodrich Touring TA for a new 3 season tire for the one that had the RE92s.

benTry to do some research from Tire Rack...
My suggestions are:
T rated: yoko's T4
H rated: Bridgestone Turanza Revo
V rated: yoko's AVS S4

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