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RE: Great Tires
The Yokohama AVS S4 is a great all-season performance tire, just don't
believe the 40k mileage warranty. I've heard favorable reviews of the new
Michelin Pilot XGT V4's too, but they cost a lot more. Michelin MXV4's are
not even in the same class as either of these.
The Tire Rack is very biased in their reviews; just look how they push those
junk Blizzaks (maybe they're ok if you drive at low speeds on ice 100% of
From: MCTXR4@aol.com [mailto:MCTXR4@aol.com]
Sent: Thursday, December 16, 1999 5:47 AM
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Subject: Re: Great Tires
In a message dated 12/15/1999 11:50:27 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> From searching the archives I see that the best
> in decreasing order seem to be: Yokahoma AVS S4,
> Goodrich Comp T/A, Dunlop SP. This seems to leave
> Michelins out. Tirerack rates the above three
> higher than Michelin MXV4 which are now on the
> car. Do tirerack's ratings really reflect real
> world performance? If so, Yokahoma at $70 looks
> like a great deal compaired to the Michelin MXV4
> at $129.
I just replaced a set of MXV4's with a set of Dunlop SP5000's all season. In
the past I have also run a set of BFG Comp T/A ZR4's.
The difference in dry and wet traction between the Mich's
(worn 50%) and the 5000's has been amazing. I bought on the the
recommendation of the local tire dealer over the Yok's and the other all
season tires I had been considering. Not cheap at $129 ea. but I did see
later that you could get them at Tire Discounters on the web for $101 ea.