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|Continental ExtremeContact DWS||Reviewer's Overall Rating: 9.38|
2004 Acura TL
|Miles driven on tires:||3,000|
Initial Review, 3,000 Miles on Tires
Just went through an unexpected blizzard within the last month and I must say these tires performed quite admirably! I purchased these tires mid-December knowing the Ling Long's that came on the vehicle wouldn't be able to handle any snow since there were the absolute worst tires I have ever had on a vehicle and could barely handle dry pavement. The Ling Long's had a very decent looking tread pattern, but that is the only good thing I can say about them. Anyways, about the DWSs, I had narrowed my search down to these and a set of Sumitomo's HTR A/S P01. The only real reason I chose the Continentals over the Sumitomos was due to availability. I have yet to find anything wrong with the DWSs. They handle great on dry pavement, haven't really noticed much hydroplaning (though it has been a dry winter in OK) and are, as stated before, great on snow and ice. These tires also greatly improved the horrid torque steer that was abundantly apparent with the Ling Long's. I also noticed a marked improvement in road noise and comfort. I would HIGHLY recommend these tires to anyone, especially anyone with an Acura TL with a 6-speed manual transmission, GREAT TIRES!!!!