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I have had these tires on my t-bird, great tire, very quiet and over 8 years of ownership no issues
What more do I need?
Unusually good in up to 3" of snow. Works like high performance tire in almost every situation, summer or winter. Didn't expect this good a tire supplied new on this AWD car. Same summer traction as my 255 on 20" Goodyear F1 Supercar high performance summer tires.
Best priced tire I've ever purchase. Always owned Goodyear tires. From now on just buying Michelin.
I just want to say that I have not ever purchased tires from any dealer anywhere that gave me great service and was this professional
in a long time. They exceeded my expectations in every way.
Bridgestone tires are quite possibly the best tires I have ever purchased and yes I will continue to use them on all my vehicles. Thank you, Bridgestone.
Great tires overall!
Love these tires. They handle well and are a smooth drive. They also last the longest of all the brands I've ever tried. Only downfall is on snow, which is understandable because it's a low-profile tire. Also when you step on it, tends to fishtail a bit. Otherwise, I am happy overall with these tires.
During tremendous downpours and hurricane forced winds, as well as many heavy snowfalls, these tires were amazing and held up well. I am now over 55,000 miles and just now looking for new tires. I definitely will buy these again.
Very good tires. No problems at all. Even had nails in them. No problem with over 51,000 miles.
Best tire I have tried for my car. Tires are a lot quieter than any other tire I have tried. Handling wet and dry is excellent. Tire wear is straight. I was worried mileage would be low, but I have gotten 60,000 miles with my car with V8 engine, so no issues.
Not exactly a true winter tire but for Anchorage (non-hillside) it does the job as a good all-weather/all season tire. I would recommend these if you can afford them (they are pricey- you do get what you pay for) and don't want to go with dedicated snow tires.
I bought a 2011 Chevy Cruz with 13,000 miles in March 2012. Today, Oct 2013, I have 76,000 miles on these tires. And I have had two nail holes patched as well during my time with this car. I drive 644 miles to Ohio and back to CT every Monday. These are mainly highway miles but I am definitely getting this same tire again!! I have a really hard time in the snow because the car is so tiny! I am used to a Chrysler 300 with rear wheel drive and that drove great in the snow. In my opinion, I can't blame the tires. (I hope my second set gets me close to 80,000 miles again!!) Thanks!
First off these tires came on the car new, I had only heard good things about Michelins so I was good with them. I now have just over 20,000 on the car there is signs of wear on all 4 tires. They have been rotated regularly. While they did do good last winter, I am not expecting much this year as they can't hold a dry road that well now. The car squeals tires at almost every take off, no matter how easy you are on the gas.