Eco-Friendly All-Season Tires: Your Perspective

In a previous post, we discussed the results of our eco-friendly all-season tire test. We're ready and willing to give you our opinion, but we know you value that of your peers as well. So, take a look at what they've been saying about these same four tires we tested:

Continental ProContact with EcoPlus Technology (Standard Touring All-Season)
"Just put them on yesterday. IMMEDIATELY I noticed how smooth of a ride and how quiet they sound. These are the best SO FAR. I've done tons or research before buying these tires. Going on a 1,400 mile trip tomorrow and am looking forward to really testing them." — Tire Rack Consumer Review, Mercury Milan, KY

Goodyear Assurance featuring Fuel Max Technology (Passenger All-Season)
"From the moment they were installed, I noticed a drastic difference in my vehicle. Fuel mileage and quiet ride were my main parameters in selecting a tire and Goodyear has hit a home run. I've bought a lot of tires over the years and have never been as please with any as I am with these." — Tire Rack Consumer Review, Honda CRV, FL

Kumho eco Solus HM KR22 (Standard Touring All-Season)

"This is the third set of tires I've had on this Corolla and these are by far my favorite.  They outhandle any of the others BY FAR. Very little to no squealing when taking a corner aggressively. Sidewall doesn't flex too badly. These [tires] were predictable. A fairly quiet ride, and not at all harsh. I'd highly recommend these." — Tire Rack Consumer Review, Toyota Corolla, CT

Michelin HydroEdge with Green X (Passenger All-Season)
"Absolutely the best tire I've ever owned. The silica compound built into the rubber completely stops any slipping and sliding problems. The deep channel grooves channel water away for superb wet  handling. Extremely smooth and a pleasure to drive." —  Tire Rack Consumer Review, Toyota Camry, SC

Read our thoughts here, then shop by vehicle to find out which set is right for you.


Monday, August 16, 2010 by Arnie

I'm pondering a MG Midget 1978 and wonder if tires are available. All season preferable. Thanx for your time! -Arnie
Monday, August 16, 2010 by Team

a 1978 MG Midget used 145R13 tires as original equipment which is no longer available. The car will also accept tire size 165/70R13. We offer the Sumitomo HTR T4 in this size :

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