I'm about to replace my tires with either the Michelin Latitude or Bridgestone H/L 422
It hardly snows where I drive at in WA; mostly it's dry in the summer and rains in the
winter.Some of the roads can be rough and tire noise prevalent.
Discounttire and Honda customers favor Michelin; tirerack and other sites favor
Bridgestone to make it more confusing.
I'm inclined to buy Bridgestones.
My personal preference is Goodyear Eagle, have had tremendous performance with them. But if Honda recommends Michelin they must have a reason, and they are very good.
I know your local well and based on that i would go with the Michelin's, you might notice a little harsher ride but once you get use to it you will love the performance and mileage you will get out of the tires.
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