Great Choice for Year-Round Driving: Continental TrueContact

Ideally, everyone who lives in a climate with snow and ice for at least part of the year should use dedicated winter tires. The reality, however, is that not everyone has the room to store an extra set of tires or tires and wheels. Additionally,  a second set of tires just isn't always in the budget. If you're going to use an all-season tire year-round, Cont...  Read More

Best Tire Recommendations for the Toyota Camry

In the early 1980s, the Camry was introduced into the North American market as Toyota's mid-sized sedan. Many iterations of the car have been produced, including coupes, wagons and convertible versions of the car. While body styles have come and gone, the Toyota Camry has always been known as a reliable vehicle with very broad appeal. It's often one of the...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Kumho Ecsta LE Sport

I purchased a set of these tires for my '88 Toyota Supra in staggered sizes: 235/45R17 Front, 255/40R17 Rear My car is summer only, and used as a fun car and not a daily driver. I wanted a set of performance tires that weren't so expensive that I would feel bad doing a track day, auto-x, or a smoky burnout. These tires fill that gap quite well.There's no...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Michelin LTX M/S2

great tire, follow manufacture rotation schedule allow me to obtain 100,000 on these LTX Michelin tires. My previous set of tires Bridgestone H/L were very good but lacked aggressive stance of Michelins. My 96 Toyota 4runner has 374,000 miles. The current set of LTX will probably outlive the vehicle.   Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Kumho Solus KH16

Factory tires were Firestone FR710s. Those wore out at 33k. Thought these would be better. Toyota dealer highly recommended the kumho's. These tires have about 15k left. Noise continues to increase as the tires wear. They are wearing evenly as they are rotated every 5k. My advise is spend a little more up front and get a quality set of tires. The kumho's are...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Bridgestone Dueler H/T D687

OEM tire that came with the RAV4, this lasted about 40k through many NY/NJ/PA potholes and a lot of random nails and such on the streets of the city. Commuting 50-70 miles a day plus long family trips, no real worries and it held up okay, though noisy and wore down while on the RAV4 (I partially blame that on the Toyota dealership where it's free service...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season Plus

Replacement tires to the originals on my 2010 Toyota Venza. I'm not an agressive driver and wanted good traction in snow/rain and quiet ride. Have not experienced snow on these tires yet since I just got them at the end of March, but the rain traction is excellent and the noise level is very low with a smooth ride. Very satisified to date with these...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Yokohama AVID Ascend (T-Speed Rated)

I have had these tires for about a year now and they have worn wonderfully thus far. The dry performance is fantastic, and wet performance is nearly as good. The only factor playing into the performance of the tire negatively would be the fact that I drive a small car. The Toyota Corolla is very light and easily manipulated by weather factors, however the...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Michelin LTX M/S2

I was stuck in the same rut as other Toyota 4Runner Limited owners with VERY limited replacement options or change tire sizes to 275/55R20 . The OEM Yokohama Geolandars barely made 35K miles and were extremely NOISY by 25k miles- so I knew I didn't want them so I made the switch to these Michelin LTX M/S 2. I am SO glad I switched. The noise, ride and...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Michelin LTX M/S2

- Only a person with lots of money to spend can afford to buy cheap tires, because when the tires fail or wear out prematurely, They can afford to go out and buy more tires. However, the average working person with a mortgage, car payment, children in school, braces, and the like, has to buy tires that will last, because they can't afford to go out and keep...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the BFGoodrich Rugged Trail T/A

Have driven over 1 million miles in Toyota's. Best traction tire I have ever owned. Literally pulled a stuck 4x4 Chevy with a 16 foot trailer out of deep wet snow without slipping a tire. Backed an unloaded truck thru a 3 foot snow drift into the barn. Have over 33000 miles on the tires and still have at least 1/3 tread left. Loaned my truck to my brother...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Continental PureContact with EcoPlus Technology

We had 56,000 miles on the OEM Goodyear tires and the Toyota dealer was pushing the same tires as a replacement. I decided to go with Tire Rack and the Continentals and I am really glad I did. These are quite, and really improve the ride and handling of our Prius. The Goodyears were hard, noisy, and not at all as sure-footed as these; wet or dry. We even...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Sumitomo HTR Enhance C/X

I have Sumitomo tires on 2 vehicles, presently--a Porsche 911 and Toyota Highlander. I am purchasing another set for 3 rd vehicle. I am very pleased with the tires--despite some garage mechanics disparaging the brand. The Highlander is used for extended hockey trips and does 10 to 13 hours at sustained high speeds fully loaded--without any glitches. The...  Read More

The Best All-Season Run-Flat Tire for Your TPMS-Equipped Vehicle

Do you or a spouse travel on business? Maybe you have a child just learning to drive or perhaps leaving for their first year of college. If you do, you certainly want what we all want: for them to be as safe as possible. Bridgestone spent a decade developing a tire for just these types of situations. The DriveGuard is the first run-flat tire designed...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Continental TrueContact

Put this on Labor Day weekend on my 2006 Azera. I've racked up 12,000 miles on them so far. Love these tires. They are incredible in the rain and going through ponding on roadways. I use this car to commute 110 miles a day to work. They have been great at road holding, corning, comfort and grip. This is a large high output V-6 front driver and though you can...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Yokohama Geolandar I/T G072

I have 4 of these dedicated snow tires on my '08 Subaru Tribeca whenmost of my contemporaries run All Season tires. I have a very short steep driveway and live in the southern Allegheny region of Central Pennsylvania. My driveway also has a northern exposure so it does not melt as quickly as someof my neighbors driveways do. i have great confidence in the...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Michelin X-Ice Xi3

Bought my 2009 Toyota Camry with the original tires. I was having problems for the first 2 winters until I bought the Michelin X ice. I would recommend this tire since I put the wheels on my car I had not problem at all. Sam. M Connecticut   Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Bridgestone Blizzak WS80

With these tires on our Toyota Prius, we were able reach our mountain destination despite snow&ice conditions. A major snowstorm with freezing temps resulted in several inches of snow on top of ice on the highway. At the first uphill grade, the traffic was stopped due to the lack of traction. We were able to weave around all the stalled vehicle including...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza Plus

These replaced Toyo A20's. Had the Toyo's previously and was unimpressed. We had an ice storm right after the purchase of the vehicle- felt like I was on skis. I read a lot about the Alenza's and decided to make the switch. I got an ok trade-in from a local tire company and that took some of the purchase anxiety out of the equation.These are a significant...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Michelin Latitude Tour

Just replaced a set of Michelin Latitude tires for my 2003 Toyota Sequoia. Most likely would have obtained another 25K miles, however one of my tires experienced a significant cut which penetrated to the steel belts. I elected to replace my Michelins with Continentals which are similarly rated and at approximately $50 less per tire.   Read More