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Old 10-15-18, 03:10 PM
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Looking at Michelin vs Bridgestone for 2010 premium edition. Any advice would be appreciated!
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Old 10-15-18, 04:43 PM
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Best bet would be to check out the ratings on Tirerack.com, and pick the tire that scores well in the things you care about (noise, mpg, cornering, wet / snow traction, etc).

If you are looking for strictly personal opinions from 2010 HS premium owners, I've been quite happy with MXM4's, moreso than the original Toyo's or Conti DWS's I had on it prior. But my needs for tires may be different than yours.
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Originally Posted by Magellan55 View Post
Best bet would be to check out the ratings on Tirerack.com, and pick the tire that scores well in the things you care about (noise, mpg, cornering, wet / snow traction, etc).

If you are looking for strictly personal opinions from 2010 HS premium owners, I've been quite happy with MXM4's, moreso than the original Toyo's or Conti DWS's I had on it prior. But my needs for tires may be different than yours.
I was leaning towards the Michelins but it was strictly my gut doing the thinking. I'll check out Tire Rack as you suggest. Thanks for the response!
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That's my go-to brand, but even within a brand you want to get the right tire for your needs (grand touring, max performance, snow, etc). Too many people trash a brand because they bought the wrong tire type and then hated it.
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Hankook is best bang for your buck. OEM on many makes nowadays. I think even BMW uses Hankook on some models now.

Michelins are always the best but unless you drive a high performance sports car, it's really not worth it. Check out these Hankooks. I got them for my CT200h. Love em! I ordered from this particular link and got them shipped to my door literally the next day. had them installed that afternoon. pleasant experience all around. They feature low rolling resistance compound.
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I put Goodyear Eagle Sports on my 2010 Hs premium in June. I have about 10,000 miles on them now, and they’re great. Rebate on them made them very affordable.
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