Topic:ALL-SEASON (Rainforce MX4 vs. P400 vs. BFG T/A)
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navy_blueI'm an average driver who needs a good set of ALL-SEASON (dry/wet/snow) tires on my 91 Honda Accord (195/60/15). I've narrowed down my choices to Michelin Rainforce MX4, Pirelli P400, or BFG TA HR4. I've heard that all of them provide smooth/quiet ride and excellent dry/wet traction. Which one has better snow traction? Overall, which one is a better choice? Need advice from your experience. Thanks!
BFGI'm wondering the same thing for BFG Touring T/A HR4

The best snow traction tire is not in your list. You should check out the Continental TouringContact CH95.
BFGHow's the performance on dry/wet?

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