Best All-Season Standard Touring Tires Minus the Premium Price.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010 by Chad Hocker
Tire manufacturers continue to push the limits of tire evolution.There are some tires available that are very good but they do not get as much "press" as some of the others but they get the job done and they do it well at a nice price point. They are not "cheap tires" or "discount tires" but "good tires" at an "economical price point." Take a look at some of the tires I consider to be "good tires" at a "economical price point."

Yokohama Avid Touring SYokohama Avid Touring S
A good tire that rides comfortably and is capable of handling light snow while preforming well on dry and wet surfaces with little road noise.


General Altimax RTGeneral Altimax RT
Offers a long wearing 70,000 mileage tread life warranty. Combines good wet and dry handling with a comfortable ride. 


Yokohama Avid TRZYokohama Avid TRZ
Tire Rack has received over 19 million miles in tire reviews on the TRZ still ranking it in the top five within the standard touring tire category. Still a top contender.

Kumho Solus KR21
BKumho Solus KR21lends good dry, wet and light snow traction and offers a comfortable quite ride.


Summitomo HTR T4
A tire to consider that offers good dry grip and steering response with a comfortable quiet ride.Summitomo HTR T4




Take a look at the the standard touring tires and check some of the tire reviews.

Comments on Best All-Season Standard Touring Tires Minus the Premium Price.

Monday, April 19, 2010 by John Pires:
How do the Yokohama Avid T4 (P215/60R16T) perform in the snow/ice?
Monday, April 19, 2010 by Chad:
Sorry the Yokohama Avid T4 is not the best option. I would not use these if you see snow every winter. I will suggest the Kumho KR21 or Yokohama Avid Touring S

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