Has a tough construction that ensures good durability. The tread design on this tire will provide a high level of traction on all types of road conditions. Extra ribs in the sidewall of the tire ensure it can survive running into a curb or hitting a pothole. Great for regional and urban use.
May create a little more noise as you're driving on smooth roads than some other tires.
Yields a smooth ride when you have to go long distances. Tread design will wear evenly over time, giving you a longer lasting tire. Has a good level of performance, especially on hard-surface roads. Extra thickness in the rib area to resist blowouts. Low price.
Could perform better on rough roads. Not quite the build quality of some others.
Especially made for tougher-than-normal road conditions or good performance in winter. Has excellent stability when you're carrying a large load. Runs quieter than you may think it would on a hard-surface road in good conditions. Good tread life.
Price is a little high. Would be nice to have a slightly better warranty at this price point.
Has wider shoulders than some commercial tires, which allows it to stand up to all kinds of road conditions. Tread design ensures an even wear across the entire tire, giving you a longer lasting product. Casing and sidewall are reinforced to handle irregular roads.
Might not stand up well to extremely heavy loads, causing noise and extra wear.
Has a nice level of versatility, as it works well on all road conditions and in all kinds of weather. A deep style of tread that ensures it will give you good traction on wet and dry roads. Should wear evenly, giving you a longer performance versus some other models.
Price is high. Runs a little rough and noisy on smooth paved roads.
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