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  • Best Tires for the Toyota Sienna Minivan

  • …most popular minivans for over a decade. It's no wonder, as the Sienna is a spacious, comfortable, safe and reliable vehicle with great resale value. If Toyota's family hauler of choice has a common complaint among many of its drivers, it is that many have found the Original Equipment tires to be lacking…

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  • Selecting the RIGHT new tire

  • …was calling to order tires for a Honda minivan. He was asking for the Goodyear Eagle F1 GS-D3. My first response was, "that's a great tire sir, but can I ask why you want to put it on your minivan?" He response revolved around his friend who has a Corvette and loves the tire, and he wanted to have…

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  • Affordable Tires from Kumho

  • tires"? Why settle for "cheap" when you can select a quality tire that can be well suited for your vehicle. Sure, there is always going to be some of what we call "get what you pay for" in selecting tires. However, while you may want the premium brands for your vehicle to get the very "best of the best"…

  • Enter Spring with Michelin!

  • tire also provides responsive handling and all-season traction, even in light snow. Michelin's Active Sipes lock together and open as needed to provide increased biting edges that grip the road to provide all-season handling, including in rain and snow. Shop by vehicle to see which tire works best for


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