What are decent but economical tires for a 1995 Acura SE?

Asked by Jul 09, 2012 at 06:04 PM about the 1995 Acura Integra Special Edition Sedan

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I see that the size on the tire is 195 - 55 - 15.  
Is that the correct size to get?
If so, what economical tires are best to get?

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I couldn't find the SE tire size, but the GS-R had the 195/55 R15 if your tires say this, then you can get the same size to fit your wheels. If you looking for tires that have bang for buck, look at the Kuhmo Ecsta ASX, about $70 a piece, or check out the house brand of the local tire shop you frequent.

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Thanks, Tom! Good information! I appreciate your taking the time to share it! Cheers, - 1995 Acura Owner

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