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Old 02-04-10, 07:06 AM   #1
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Default Anyone have Toyo Versado LX tires?

I'm looking for a tire that is both smooth riding and quiet for our RX 350.
Mileage isn't that important to me.
Read some mixed reviews about this tire.Seems most tires get mixed reviews.
I can't get a Michelin Primacy or Bridgestone Serenity in a 235/55-18.Not many tires available in that size. I know the Serenity's ride great.I have them on my ES.
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I have them and they are wonderful! Quietest and smoothest tires ive ever owned. Dont expect to run slalom in them but normal, everyday cruising they cannot be matched. Only issue i had with them was a hum at around 75-80mph but seem to disappear once the wore in.
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Versado's are car tires, as are the Primacy and Serenity...

why don't you look at suv / truck tires, like the highly rated Bridgestone Dueler Alenza's, H/L Ecopia's, or Michelin Latitude Touring's...

Not to say there aren't a lot of "car" tires in that size, but, they are more for cars with huge tires, such as the newer Ford Taurus' and such... Not that a car tire won't work for you, but, I think you'd be happier with a suv tire...
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