Forum:Tires
Topic:michelin x-one vs. toyo 800 vs. yoko avid touring
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gc3best prices i could find online set of 4 w/shipping

x-one = $68/ea ($301 set delivered)
avid touring = $41/ea ($190 set delivered)
toyo 800 = $56/ea ($281 set delivered -
onlinetires.com shipping is $$$)

Is the Michelin worth the extra $ in terms of noise, handling, wet performamce, and durability)? It doesn't seem like it from the reviews I've read so far...

donfromnaplescheck out the Bridgestone Turanza H Revo because it has gotten very good reviews for noise and comfort, even better than the Michelin X-One. The X-One will last longer though, but costs a little bit more. The other two tires are also very good tires. I think the Bridgestones will stick better to the road than the other tires.
ReggieI had a set of Michelin X ones and thought they were overpriced and overrated. Get the Yoko AVID Touring.
gc3I decided on the Avid Touring, got 'em from TireRack. They drop shipped to local installer, and were on my car within 36 hours of my orderling online. First impression -- much better, quieter, more comfortable riding on the Camry than the original (?) mid-lo end Michelins.

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