whats the best all season tire


Asked by Sep 01, 2009 at 02:35 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

8 Answers


Goodyear Eagle GTs


eagle gt"s are you high??? if you check out consumer reports . good years are always in the bottom of their tire tests . the cooper cs4 is way better...


well, just look around. i mean i hear that my tires suck but then again i hear that they are the best from others. I personally think they are. But it also depends on the wight of the car and such. My altima feels like it's attached to the road when the continentals we had on it felt like they slipped every which way. I do hear that coopers are excellent, but i also dont have much experience with tires either.. on my truck, i have absolutely horrible tires. Tiger Paw. ukh. dont ever buy any.


What do you want from a tire? Wear characteristics? Do you get a lot of snow where your at? Is road noise an issue for you? Price range? There is no best tire... It's what suits you best.


yea there is alot of snow i love road noise an high mileage


i suggest 2 sets of tires. one set strictly for snow , and one set for the rest of the year . best of both worlds. while your at it get some nice wheels for the summer set ...there are lots of good deals to be had. just have to see what meets your needs. and what you do with the vehicle ...


I've got yokohama geolander on my jeep right now and those are really good tires, also the bridgestone dueler H/L alenza is good. A lot of the Michelin tires are very good but they're a little pricier. If you happen to have four wheel drive, I would definitely go with the BFGoodwrench all terrain radials.


Goodyear makes at least 6 different Eagle GT tires. The ones I bought for my Audi are the first Goodyears I've bought in 20 years, but keep in mind that they make everything from the cheapest tires imaginable to some of the best in the World. I have about 10,000 miles on mine, so I can tell you that they were $40.00 each less than the Bridgestones I was considering. My car corners very well, is stable, has much better steering feel and outstanding stopping ability. I have to work at it to get the traction control to kick on in the snow. The sidewalls are more stiff than the Continentals that came on it, so it rides slightly rougher, but the tires balanced better so the ride is smoother. They have a strip of rubber just outside the bead that helps prevent road rash. It's a good tire.

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