most comfortable tires for ford escape 2009

Asked by Nov 14, 2014 at 03:54 PM about the 2009 Ford Escape

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I like to find a set of tires which are most comfortable in terms of ride, so that I do not feel bumps in the road, I do not care about gas saving or high speed or tread wear. I am most concerned with having a super comfortable ride. Please let me know the brand, type and category of tire.

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Michelin's are usually good for a comfortable ride. I personally use the Firestone LE2's on my Tribute (escape cousin).

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