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Old 01-02-2010, 09:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Snappigirl View Post
Michelin primacy and nokian are brands you should look at. Check out consumer reports. I am in the same boat you are...i live outside of boston where i get alot of snow. These have been reccommended by my local acura dealer.

I am trying to figure out between them which one i should buy.
Just bought the Michelin Primacy Alpin, they are fantastic.
It's always pretty difficult to really judge because you don't get an opportunity to drive your vehicle with different sets, but the Primacy Alpin are even better than my Falken FK-452 on dry roads (but I guess if I drove on them in summer the primacy's would not last that long).

As advertised, they are awesome in the wet and slushy weather. The downside is, they are not great or could be described as "average" in the snow.

The Nokian are awesome in the snow but are not as good on dry or wet conditions.

So consider what conditions you drive in most and make your decision.
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Old 01-03-2010, 01:07 PM
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Just bought the Michelin Primacy Alpin
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I bought a set of Coopers from Fleetfarm. Didn't have much choice when I was stranded on Christmas day and I took what I could the next day to get me the hell out of Dodge. I've gotten 40k out of them, but they are ready to go.
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Thumbs up Conti DWS

Originally Posted by dannyboy72 View Post
I had conti DWS and hated them. No sidewall stiffness and bouncy through turns, it was like driving my dad's buick. now I have pilot sport plus and I LOVE them! I would def go with Michelin Pilot Sport a/s plus. They make the car handle like it's supposed to, and they are the best rain tires ever. if you take turns hard, they give audible warning way before they loose traction. I can drive 100 in a downpour and never worry about hydroplaining, plus the tread pattern looks sick from the rear of the car. Well worth the $$!
Dannyboy is right on the nose! I am returning my "extreme" contact tires. They feel like I'm back to driving a Toyota. I should have read these threads before buying!
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Old 07-12-2019, 05:32 AM
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Dannyboy is right on the nose! I am returning my "extreme" contact tires. They feel like I'm back to driving a Toyota. I should have read these threads before buying!
Don't overlook the General GMax AS-05's. I have them almost 2 years now and have no complaints. Best all-season tire bang for the buck!
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