General Altimax HP Tires, One to Consider!!!

General TiresMany times I hear this question: "What is the best tire for the money?" I have the answer to that question and truthfully there is more than just one tire that could fit the bill. It really depends what you are looking for.

If you are looking for the following characteristics then the General Altimax HP is for you.
  • Exceptional hydroplanning resistance and wet traction in commuter conditions
  • Cururently ranks #2 within the Grand Touring All-Season tire category
  • Good steering response
  • Comfortable ride, handling and noise quality
  • Light snow capable
  • Offered at a good price point
  • 45-day customer satisfaction
Let's look at a few features of the General Altimax HP.
  • Twin Cushion Tread Compound - To help provide a better ride, with improved wet traction
  • Visual Alignment Indicators - To help detect abnormal tread wear early
The General Altimax HP even lets you know when it is time to be replaced. If you look at the center rib you may notice the words "Replacement Tire Monitor." When the General tire is worn out it will change to "Replace Tire."

If you are interested in seeing some tire reviews on the General Altimax HP we have plenty of survey results as we have received over 7,700,000 miles (7.7 million) in feedback on 1,243 different surveys from folks using the General Altimax HP.
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Sunday, December 18, 2011 by Pat

Looking for a quite 17" tire for a 2004 Toyota 4 Runner SR5. I live in Ohio so need to deal with all weather conditions. Love the car - tire noise is an issue. Any suggestions?
Monday, May 2, 2016 by Debbie

Hi, I have a 2007 Honda Accord XL 4cyl. Bought the car 2 years ago. It has Michelin tires and I need a new set of four. The tires are very noisy and bumpy. I've had the car aligned, didn't help. I had a Camry before which was a much smoother ride than the Honda. Ppl tell me it's bc it's considered a sports car. I would just like a smoother, quieter ride than Michelin. What do you suggest. I live in MD with some snow (not much) in winter. Thanks. Debbie

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