Summary: I put 4 snows on for 6 months of the year so I only put 5000 kilometres on these tires per year. The first summer the traction in dry and wet was the best I had ever tried. After 5000 kms and when used the following year, my front tires now slip a bit on wet roads when moderately accelerating from a...
Summary: 1998 honda civic - 185/65/14 - I put 550 mile on in one week on the highway. The tread didn't last long at all. When they are new they are great, but 8,000 miles into it one of my tires started to warp. I would not recomend these tires.
Summary: These came new on my Toyota Highlander. I have less than 30K miles on them and they have lots of tread left, but these tires are SO poor in the snow and ice that I'll replace them before next winter. I don't mind giving up some handling for better grip in the winter.
Summary: Worst tire I have ever owned. Doesn't go anywhere in the snow. Half an inch of snow and I'm stuck. Don't even think of buying this tires if you plan to keep it all year around. I can't wait to change these crap tires.
Summary: Worst tires in snow and ice - ever....never driven anything close. They came with the car I bought and were so bad in the winter that I had myself wondering if they were a summer only tire.... if that even exists. Going to get snow tires tomorrow.
Summary: No tire is perfect! So if you need a All Season tire that is the best in stopping,handling,all wet conditions, hydroplaning and confidence! This is it. I think confidence should be the most important concern.