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|Michelin Defender||Reviewer's Overall Rating: 5.27|
1998 Buick Lesabre
|Miles driven on tires:||12,000|
Initial Review, 12,000 Miles on Tires
The ride quality went down, the noise level went up. I have hat these on My 1998 Buick LeSabre and can't stand them. The wet traction is awful. I was coming around a turn on a on ramp and was accelerating faster as I was at the end of the turn going around 15mph's on wet pavement, then my tires broke loose and the car wanted to go strait. All together I think it's foolish to buy a 90,000 tire. The higher the mileage the warranty is, the harder the rubber will be. If you want traction you want a softer tire.I will have a slightly used set for sale soon. Then I will go back to the BridgeStone Insignia SE200's. Those are exceptional, especially for the price.