Blizzak Winter / Snow Tires

Tuesday, October 18, 2011 by Gary Stanley
Bridgestone's Blizzak winter / snow tires are among the best in the industry. The Blizzak isn't just one tire, but an entire line of winter / snow tires that encompass many different models. Take a look at three of the most recommended Bridgestone winter tires: 

Bridgestone Blizzak WS70: If you're looking for a winter / snow tire that offers maximum ice and snow traction while providing the most safety in winter conditions, this is the model to consider. The WS70 is developed for the drivers of coupes, sedans, minivans and crossover vehicles looking for traction on winter's slushy, snow-covered and icy roads. Personally, I used these Bridgestone car tires for two seasons on my 1997 Audi A4 quattro and loved them. These A4 tires were able to navigate me through the harsh Indiana winters with no problem.

Bridgestone Blizzak LM-60: The LM-60 is appropriate for drivers who are willing to trade some ultimate ice and snow traction for better dry road grip and faster steering response. This tire is common to use in light snow areas or simply by drivers who want a more sporty feeling winter / snow tire that still has acceptable snow traction.

Bridgestone Blizzak DM-V1 : This Blizzak model is very similar in traction to the WS70 but comes in larger sizes for trucks, SUVs and luxury crossovers. The DM-V1 is designed with a focus on ice traction and braking, as well as wet road handling and hydroplaning resistance to provide wintertime driving confidence. This is the tire I currently use in the winter for my 2009 MAZDA CX-7.

Bridgestone Blizzak WS70
Blizzak WS70
Bridgestone Blizzak LM-60
Blizzak LM-60
Bridgestone Blizzak DM-V1
Blizzak DM-V1

For more information on how Bridgestone Blizzak tires live up to their reputation, read "Bridgestone Blizzak FAQs."

When you're looking for Bridgestone tires for sale this winter, be sure to check out our entire selection of Bridgestone Blizzak winter / snow tires.

Comments on Blizzak Winter / Snow Tires

Wednesday, November 5, 2014 by Kimberly Messier:
2005 honda pilot 235/70/16

Can I use 205/60/16 92v
Wednesday, November 5, 2014 by Gary:
Kimberly,

205/60R16 is too small to be safe for use on the 2005 Honda Pilot.

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