Tire Review

Douglas Tires Review

Douglas Tires Review: are Walmart Tires Worth It?

Walmart is a retail company that focuses on delivering quality products at dirt-cheap prices. To do that, they collaborate with various well-known companies. For instance, they cooperate with Goodyear on tires. This means that they have some Goodyear tires in the portfolio, but also products from the tiremaker’s sub-brands.One such brand is Douglas. An American …

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Sentury Tires Review

Sentury Tires Review: are These Chinese Products any Good?

China is by far the fastest-growing automotive market in the world. Ever since the country’s economy started growing, there was an increased need for new cars. Additionally, this also meant that the market needed tires.A lot of tires. For that reason, we’ve seen many new manufacturers coming out of China recently. Some of them grew …

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Westlake Tires Review

Westlake Tires Review: Perhaps the Best Low-Cost Tire Brand

Cheap tires continue to emerge in the US market. Most of them, though, are total garbage. They don’t work well on wet and snowy surfaces, don’t last very long, and aren’t particularly quiet and comfortable. The problem is, you can’t really know which brand is good and which isn’t. It’s nearly impossible, especially since nobody …

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Pirelli Cinturato P7 All Season Plus Ii Review

Pirelli Cinturato P7 All Season Plus II Review: Provides a Luxurious Driving Experience

One of the brands that consistently produces excellent grand-touring tires is Pirelli. Their latest Cinturato P7 All Season Plus II product promises several improvements, including a 5% larger contact area than the predecessor, which improves both dry and wet traction. Moreover, the Cinturato P7 All Season Plus II was designed to offer luxurious everyday comfort, which means that it should be great for a daily driver or covering long distances.

Moreover, Pirelli focused on enhancing the wet traction of the tire, a quality that’s very important for safe driving. Ultimately, thanks to the all-season tread compound, Pirelli markets the tire as light-snow capable.

Michelin Pilot Sport All Season 4 Review

Michelin Pilot Sport All-Season 4 Review: New All-Season Performance King

I still hear many driving enthusiasts bashing ultra-high-performance all-season tires for lack of grip and traction. That’s because tires with an all-season tread compound indeed lag behind summer tires in those metrics.

However, those enthusiasts probably never tried the latest crop of performance all-season tires, like the Pilot Sport All-Season 4, Michelin engineered its new model to provide best-in-class cornering, traction, and braking on dry roads. Moreover, the company says that the Pilot Sport All-Season 4 offers excellent handling and braking on wet roads and usable traction in light snow.

To see if all of these things are true, I prepared a detailed review of the Michelin Pilot Sport All-Season 4.

Michelin Crossclimate Plus Review

Michelin CrossClimate Plus Review: a Good but Overly Expensive Tire

The Michelin CrossClimate Plus is arguably the most popular all-weather tire on the market, the CrossClimate+ faces increased competition from other premium companies. Moreover, despite being somewhat older, it is still the most expensive model in the category.

But does it live up to the expectations set by the higher price? Well, that’s what we’re going to talk about in my detailed Michelin CrossClimate Plus review.

Firestone Destination Le3 Review

Firestone Destination LE3 Review: Highway All-Season Tire for Light Trucks, Crossovers and SUVs

The newest addition to the highway all-season category is the Firestone Destination LE3. A successor to the popular Destination LE2, the new model brings several improvements to the table. Namely, Firestone advertises improved safety in rainy conditions and optimized snow performance, which are certainly welcome. The tires provide a quiet and comfortable ride while also maintaining stable and consistent cornering in most conditions, suitable for light trucks, crossovers and SUVs

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