Best All-Season Tires in Snow

Thursday, October 1, 2009 by Alex Mouroulis

For Truck / SUV  

- Goodyear Fortera Triple tread

- Bridgstone Dueler HL Alenza


For Luxury vehicles

- Michelin Primacy MXV4

- Bridgestone Turanza Serenity


For  more sporty cars

- Bridgestone RE 960AS Pole Position

- Continental Extreme Contact / DWS


If you have a specific application question, shoot me an email

Alex@tirerack.com

or call me to order
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Comments on Best All-Season Tires in Snow

Saturday, November 21, 2009 by eugene:
I am comparing the Goodyear fortera triple tread with the Nokian WRG2, size 215-55 R17 to install on a Lexus HS250h. Winter driving in town with some snow, sometimes heavy. Which is the best choice ? thanks.
Monday, November 30, 2009 by Orkun:
In one tire shop, I am highly recommended with Fortera Triple Tread, but they're all-season tires in the end, and I do not expect the best from them on ice. I decided to go with Metal Studded Nokian Hakkapeliita 5s on my both cars. I assume you live somewhere where the studded tires are permitted. If the money is not an issue, those are the best after my weeks of intense research. I even read the government reports.
Monday, December 7, 2009 by stephen davis:
How does the goodyear fortera and the bridgestone dueler copare with the nokian tire in both all season and winter driving for a suv 18inch tires. Thankyou Stephen Davis
Wednesday, November 17, 2010 by Sylvia:
Comparing snow tires for a BMW 325ci - Nokian Hakkapeliita R to Continental ExtremeWinter Contact. Which would be best for snow and ice driving conditions? Also does TireRack sell Nokian tires?
Friday, July 15, 2011 by dianne:
I have an 2006 Rangerover Sport. I want the best all season tires that work well in the snow and off road. I need 255/50 R 19. Please help.
Friday, July 15, 2011 by Alex:
Fortera Triple tread vs Nokian WRG2, Unfortunately I don't handle Nokian, so I haven't made the comparison.
Friday, July 15, 2011 by Alex:
255/50/19 is a tire size that is rather limited. The Hankook Ventus AS RH07 is your best bet in snow.

These tires as well as all the other tires in your size have limited off road capability. Mud is where they will lack - sport tires will load up, and they won't clear because the tread pattern is not as open as an All Terrain (witch isn't offered in your size)

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