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Old 01-23-17, 01:15 AM
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One of my friends at work has a V6 Camry SE with the same size wheels/rims as my HS250h (235/45/18). He went to Discount Tire and replaced the stock tires a set of Yokohama YK740 GTX. So far he has really liked them. When we had our 10 inches of snow, the did really well in the powder and when it was icy. The only con is that Discount is the exclusive dealer for this model. The Yokohamas are a good option if you can't the MXM4. Plus, they come with a 60,000 mile tread life warranty and a V speed rating in a 45 series tire.
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One of my friends at work has a V6 Camry SE with the same size wheels/rims as my HS250h (235/45/18). He went to Discount Tire and replaced the stock tires a set of Yokohama YK740 GTX. So far he has really liked them. When we had our 10 inches of snow, the did really well in the powder and when it was icy. The only con is that Discount is the exclusive dealer for this model. The Yokohamas are a good option if you can't the MXM4. Plus, they come with a 60,000 mile tread life warranty and a V speed rating in a 45 series tire.
Don't mean to go off topic, but your username caught my eye. Another 850 enthusiast here!
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Our tire size is not the same, ours is 225/45/18, not 235. Looks like it could be a pretty good tire. I have had Yokos on a couple of other cars and liked them.


http://tirereviewsandmore.com/yokoha...0-gtx-reviews/
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Originally Posted by ThomasGS4 View Post
Don't mean to go off topic, but your username caught my eye. Another 850 enthusiast here!
Sure are. Had a 1997 850R Metallic Green. Bought it with 50,000 miles on the odometer and 'retired' it at 150,000 miles. She was a great car.
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Sure are. Had a 1997 850R Metallic Green. Bought it with 50,000 miles on the odometer and 'retired' it at 150,000 miles. She was a great car.
Had a forrest green '95 850 GLT many moons ago. Loved it!
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Orginal tire on my HS250H were Toyo tires, they were shot at 35000 KMs, changed to Firelli very happy great tires for winter. And Michelin for summer also great tires. After 4 winters had to buy 2 new tires, I am trying Cooper Starfire so far so good.
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