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|General Grabber HTS||Reviewer's Overall Rating: 7.91|
2005 Nissan Pathfinder SE
|Miles driven on tires:||60,000|
|Location:||North Bergen, NJ|
Initial Review, 60,000 Miles on Tires
I average between 24-30K a year. Anyone near NJ/NYC traffic knows drivers and conditions. I'm not a "crazy road-rager", but I'll admit that I push my cars hard and drive on the faster side. I've driven in "all" but 2 major weather conditions since 2001. It helps to know the tires limits so you have a better reaction to a random and potentially bad situation. Fast or slow you name it, it's likely happened or almost happened to me so avoiding an accident with good performance tires and brakes is a must. I prefer high performance directional tires, but at the time I was on a budget. I also didn't want to get stuck with that whole "well you got what you paid for" scenario, so I called to compare the specs between other tires and costs, etc. Coincidentally the rep I spoke with previously had these same tires on his Cherokee and I was happy with his opinion. OVERALL....60,000+ miles, "my driving" I've been pretty happy. In this SUV these tires have held their own. I won't say where or how fast but whenever I'm on particular roads(dry conditions)in my area I seriously test the "break" or "squeal" limits and I'm still pleasantly surprised. I don't push the limits in bad weather conditions, but again still pleasantly surprised. Next time around I will test out another tire, but I would definitely suggest these for anyone looking for a good quality tire at a lower price......