Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Sumitomo HTR Z III

I mounted these HTR Z III's to run track days with. I've liked the daily driving characteristics so much I left them on. Living in the Dallas area I risked some snow/ice this winter but luckily none has come this year. I had Conti DWS' on before which were very nice daily driver tires (quiet, smooth, and very good in the wet) but did not have the dry grip I...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General G-MAX AS-03

I was skeptical about getting these tires in February, as I usually use winter tires. But I purchased a used vehicle and I wanted something that would do for the rest of the winter and be used just for summers after that. The reviews by owners of SUVs and large cars made me believe that the G-Max would have no problems in up to 2 of snow. Frankly, I am blown...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Pirelli Winter Carving Edge

I recently purchased a set of these tires for the 2015 winter for my Honda Accord. I am a very spirited driver and after 3K miles I was still impressed with the quality of these tires. My car also has FWD, and as such these tires made an incredible difference when driving this winer. The traction has been excellent in wet conditions whether from rain or...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Goodyear Assurance ComforTred Touring

Got these tires with a wheel package (18x8 Enkei Performance M52 Hyper black). Awesome combo. The wheels are very high quality and really bump up the appearance of an already great looking vehicle (my opinion of course).The stock Goodyear RS-A's were great tires. I was going to get them again, but upon reviews I splurged for what reviews said were an even...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Kumho Solus KR21

Very impressive performance in rain and light snow. Far better than the OE General tires, or the first set of BFG replacement tires on my Caprice Wagon. After 12,000 miles there is hardly any visible wear and no noticeable change in ride quality or performance. I will not hesitate to purchase these tires again.   Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Michelin LTX M/S2

Although I am only allowed to enter a maximum of 100,000 miles, I actually put 129,000 miles on the tires before replacement. Tread wear was in the 3-4/32 range for all four tires.I replaced them because of sidewalk cracks and cracks between the tread blocks. In other words, the tread outlasted the rubber.I rotated the tires every other oil change and...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Continental TrueContact

Obviously this is a very early review, but since there are not a lot of reviews on this tire yet I waned to get something out there for those considering the tire. Initial impressions are excellent. These replaced the ridiculous Goodyear LS2's and the dry traction, handling, ride and noise comfort are incredibly good. These tires have taken the notchyness...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the BFGoodrich g-Force Sport COMP-2

Switched from $300 each-Eagle RS-A to these $161.00 each, B.F. Goodrich Comp2. Instant improvement in PRICE $$$, and ride quality over the RS-A. Steering response is immediate--no squishy-ness or wobble. Dry traction is fantastic. Wet traction is O.K. on plain old wet roads, but NOT through anything over 2 inches of water--hydroplanes badly and lose steering...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric All-Season

I had four of these installed after the stock Bridgestone Potenza RE92As wore out. Right away, I thought the car felt sportier. I have steel wheels with hubcaps, and the wheelguard on these Goodyears really helped to surround and integrate the hubcap and eliminate the cheap feel that hubcaps sometimes have.I've also been impressed by the quality of this...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone Destination A/T

I bought the Firestone Destination A/Ts based on their very high ratings in the Survey section at Tire Rack. In the past, I always thought Michelin made the best tires, so I was somewhat skeptical of switching to the Firestone brand. After 11 months and 19,000 miles of driving, it's clear that the Firestone Destination A/T is the best tire that has ever been...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General AltiMAX RT43 (H- or V-Speed Rated)

These tires are very quiet and very responsive. They make the ride very comfortable on this small car. I bought these as per customers reviews and we must say, these tires will be the brand from now on for all any vehicle we own. Generals are the way to go. I'll always purchase my tires through Tire Rack due to the quality, great customer service, pricing,...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Goodyear Eagle LS-2

These came as the factory tires on our Accord Sport. I love my Honda but they have a reputation for installing poor quality tires from the factory. There is a very noticeable humming sound that is getting worse with every mile. I would NOT recommend these tires.   Read More

Best Tires for Nissan Rogue

The Nissan Rogue has been a very popular vehicle since its debut in 2007 with the 2008 model year. This crossover SUV earned Consumers Digest Best Buy award in 2010, as well as NHTSA's highest side-impact rating (5 stars) the same year, propelling them to the forefront of the XUV market. With so many options out there, what tires should you buy to replace...  Read More

Kumho Ecsta 4X Replaced by New Ecsta 4X II

Many drivers haven't heard of Kumho tires even though they've been sold in the United States for over ten years. If you're shopping for a great value on a performance all-season tire and haven't researched Kumho tires because the brand name seems unfamiliar, you definitely need to reconsider.   Tires like the Ecsta 4X have proven that Kumho manufactures high...  Read More

Michelin vs Goodyear Tires

Even those who have not done much research into tires recognize the Goodyear and Michelin brands. Being respected brands and household names, they're often sought out by shoppers as a primary choice. Decades of experience designing and manufacturing tires have given both companies a well-deserved reputation.   In order to maintain their good names, major...  Read More

Michelin Premier A/S vs Michelin Defender

Michelin is consistently recognized as a leading manufacturer of car and truck tires. As a pioneer of new technology, Michelin created the first radial tire and has been at the forefront of design and research ever since. One can often find Michelin tires ranking at or near the top of tests and customer survey data. Michelin is perhaps best known by many...  Read More

Introducing the Tire Rack Rolling Tire Storage Rack

Our wall mounted Tire Storage Rack has been one of our best-selling accessory items for years. While it's still a popular item, we have decided to add to our arsenal of storage solutions and are pleased to offer the Tire Rack Rolling Tire Storage Rack. The Tire Rack Rolling Tire Storage Rack is a well-engineered option that easily stores and moves up to...  Read More

Where Can I Find the Best Tire Prices? Take Advantage of Closeout Pricing on General AltiMAX RT.

When it comes to taking care of your vehicle, tires are a big part of your maintenance budget. You can't afford to overpay, but good tires are essential for safe driving. Even with the high quality brands we offer, we'll see major differences in overall performance, especially in wet traction. We've done head-to-head comparison tests where we've seen over a 4...  Read More

Lower Your Car and Keep a Great Ride with Eibach Lowering Springs

Now that fair weather is just around the corner, many drivers are starting to focus on the performance and handling capability of their sporty cars. After upgrading tires, a vehicle's suspension is the next area of improvement that yields great results for the money. For most, a set of lowering springs from Eibach may be the answer.  Benefits of lowering...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Hankook Ventus V12 evo2

I really like these tires. Living in Germany I get to test out the Y speed rating, but my little Audi will only go 142mph. Not enough engine to go any faster. At those speeds it handles very nicely and predictable. Wet traction is very good on the curves and hills on my way to work. I only drove in the snow once with these, not a good time, but they were not...  Read More