No more road noise. My wife loves the ride of these new tires.
Don't have your tires installed at Sears. They will rip you off, $120 for installation and then take 2-3 hours to install 4 tires that normally take 20-30 minutes to do. I purchased 4 of these tires from Sears, picked them up, then took them to Tires By Mark, who installed them for $40 in 25 minutes. Sears wanted to charge me $120 for the same work and make me wait 2-3 hours. These tires are great, Sears service prices and labor are terrible.
i pay for lifetime balance and rotation but now they close stores around me and say i didn't have any purchase ,i send copies of my receipt but wait already about moth without any responds
I now have a set on my 2008 Bullitt and 2016 Mustang GT. Quiet, grippy and really smooth compared to OEM Perelli's.
The only negative for me is the lug like look at the edge of the tread at the side wall. Looks a little snow tire like for a performance tire.
I bought these tires for my 2014 Volkswagen Eos this week. (my wife bought these tires for her car three years ago and loves them). I have been driving on them both on the highway and city streets. In all of my years of driving and owning a car I cannot remember noticing such a remarkable difference from the old set of tires to the new.
I immediately noticed a far smoother ride for the vehicle with these tires than I ever had with the previous brand. It is so dramatic. A local railroad crossing I have to regularly travel confirmed this. What had been a jarring bump was now so much smoother and almost of no consequence at all. At first I thought I might have imagined it, but traveling that same route a few times and other bumps have confirmed that these tires are different and terrific.
Secondly, the grip of these tires is so much better than the previous ones. They do indeed "grab" the road. Combining this feature with the cushion ride does not seem possible to me (I'm no engineer) but B.F. Goodrich has done it with these tires in my view.
I am happy to tell anyone who will listen that they should buy these tires.
great traction and very predictable, on 88 Pontiac GTA Trans Am 430 hp at wheels
Second set of tires on the car. First ones (Michelin) lasted around 50K. The g-force COMP-2's had heat / inflation issues. They heated and inflated to the mid forties. They were disappointing to say the least.