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Awesome all around.
Fantastic tires for the money. They are a reverse "asymetrical tire," so their solid shoulder is on the inside. Therefore the broken shoulder is on the outside for better water evacuation. They do express themselves, but you do know that they are working. I enjoy the feel of confidence that they deliver.
These are the worse tires I've ever had on any vehicle. The ride is extremely rough and the road noise is almost unbearable (thank goodness for radios!). The tread wear has been horrible, with less than 5 oil changes (at 3K miles) and rotations, the tires' tread has only about a thousand miles left before the tires will have to be replaced. While road traction is acceptable on dry pavement, when it rains you must be overly conscious of your pressure on the gas pedal and making turns. We live in an area with little or no snow, so this area of performance is unknown. I would definitely not buy again and could not recommend this tire brand to a friend.
Delivers better dry grip, and sharper turn-in than OEM. Tire does admirably in the wet, much better than a few other tires I've driven on. Loss of traction is gradual, and predictable. Great tire all around, especially given the price. Unable to comment on snow driving, as I have a set of dedicated winters. Only gripe with the tires is what feels like "floating" once over 110kmh.
Got a flat tire in less than 6 months...only two nails hit it and it's not repairable...just two holes, but they are next to each other whereas my previous Michelin tires had many nails hit it and didn't have any issues for 6 years! I will not buy these tires again. I wish I had spent a little more to get the Michelin tires in the first place...
Have over 10K miles on tires. During a recent snow storm, these tires performed admirably. Wear is negligible and will easily exceed manufacturer's claim. Installed after a front end rebuild followed by a FEA and rotations at 6K miles. These replaced Continental DWSs which have skyrocketed in price comparatively. Thumbs up.