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Jan 22, 2007 by bearvp
Rated a Very Helpful Review
Pros: Snow/Ice Grip, Quality Winter Tire for Low Price
Cons: Dry Pavement Handling, Road Noise
Summary: I put 4 of these on my Lexus IS300 for the winter after doing a good amount of research for my 215/45/R17 sized winter tires and after driving about 1000 miles on I-25 with some very icy parts and around town with some fresh snow conditions, I figured I ... read more
Express Customer Reviews
Nov 24, 2007 by shaunclifford
Not rated yet
Pros: Great grip - good price - nice looking tire
Cons: Swishy in corners
Summary: I bought four tires for my Caravan and within days winter hit us hard. A couple of days after buying them we had an out of town trip that was 100 kilometers away for a hockey tournament and you couldn't even see the road on the way home. We passed ... read more
Dec 15, 2005 by volvos80t6
Pros: Grip grip grip.... in the end, thats what you buy them for.
Cons: Road noise, multiple wheel balancing appointments req'd.
Summary: I find these tires to be very effective when driving in anything Mother Nature has thrown at me... I however now know what it means by a "singing" tire. It is a trade-off for the driver to have incredible winter handling and piece of mind when driving in ... read more
Nov 16, 2005 by afzalandhiba
Pros: Aggressive Tread Design - Cuts Deep in Snow
Cons: Lacking Sidewall Reinforcement
Summary: My OEM's on the '05 Vibe (205/55 16) Continentals didn't last me long. Facing winter just around the corner, I thought prudent of the idea of getting snow tires. Michelin's are way too expensive, and Wal-Mart brand (Ulyses??) don't have an aggressive ... read more
Dec 18, 2004 by svtben
Pros: Great mid-priced snow tire.
Cons: None yet.
Summary: New tires for my SVT Focus After owning a set of Pirelli 240 Snowsports (215/45R17) for two years (50,000kms), they finally wore down to its wear bars. I decided to go with a lower-priced tire. I was skeptical at first, since the Dunlop ... read more