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  • Best Tires for Subaru Outback

  • Best Tires for Subaru Outback

    …the Continental TrueContact. 215/70R16 For the best overall experience, consider the new Michelin Premier LTX. The ride quality is fantastic and the hydroplaning resistance is second to none, especially as the tire wears down. For one of our best sellers, that costs less, check out the Continental…

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  • Spring showers

  • …tires on your vehicle for evacuating water and resisting hydroplaning is important during the rainy season. Certain brands are better than others when it comes to wet traction. The Tire Rack testing program helps us determine which tires are the best in cornering and braking on wet surfaces. Putting…

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  • Another Great Michelin Tire

  • …being the best for deep snow and ice, and the Michelin is no exception. The X-Ice Xi2 offers greater flexibility at lower temperatures for the best grip when the weather is at its worst. And the directional tread design helps evacuate water and slush to improve hydroplaning resistance. The Pilot…

  • General Altimax HP Tires, One to Consider!!!

  • …depends what you are looking for. If you are looking for the following characteristics then the General Altimax HP is for you.* Exceptional hydroplanning resistance and wet traction in commuter conditions* Cururently ranks #2 within the Grand Touring All-Season tire category* Good steering response*…

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