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Old 07-16-14, 05:22 PM   #1
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Anyone have experience with Pirelli P7 tires?
I was not happy with them on my kids Audi A4 . They were both noisy and hard riding. Tread wear at 20K miles is not good. Will need a replacement before 23K. As for putting them on a ES350 family cruiser it is overkill. In fact I just turned 29K on my OEM Bridgestones and even though there seems to be a lot of support for Michelin I may just replace them with Brigestones.
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I was not happy with them on my kids Audi A4 . They were both noisy and hard riding. Tread wear at 20K miles is not good. Will need a replacement before 23K. As for putting them on a ES350 family cruiser it is overkill. In fact I just turned 29K on my OEM Bridgestones and even though there seems to be a lot of support for Michelin I may just replace them with Brigestones.
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For my driving the EL400 will serve my purpose. I look for smooth , comfortable ride with average 25K-30K wear life. As mentioned I just turned 29K with mine and I will change them out at 30K even though I suspect they will last a few thousand more miles.
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I've owned two ES350s and switched out the stock crap for Michelin Primacy MXV4's.
A great smooth riding and quiet tire that was top rated.
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I've owned two ES350s and switched out the stock crap for Michelin Primacy MXV4's.
A great smooth riding and quiet tire that was top rated.
second that x 2 since i used 2 sets, the best tires IMO.
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