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Best New Tires for Honda Civic

Best New Tires for Honda Civic


Many drivers of the Honda Civic are looking for tires that provide a good combination of treadwear, ride quality and all-season traction. Safety and reliability are also top considerations among Civic drivers. Since the Honda Civic uses common tire sizes, there are many choices on the market to choose…

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Dunlop SP31 A/S 175/65-14 Tire

Dunlop SP31 A/S 175/65-14 Tire


The SP31 A/S is Dunlop's Passenger All-Season tire developedfor drivers looking to match the Original Equipment (O.E.) needs of their fuel-efficient compact and sub-compact cars. Used as O.E. on Honda Civic Hybrid, Fit and Insight models, the SP31 A/S is designed to help maintain the vehicle's original…
$46.00

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Dunlop SP31 A/S 175/65-14 Tire

Dunlop SP31 A/S 175/65-14 Tire


The SP31 A/S is Dunlop's Passenger All-Season tire developedfor drivers looking to match the Original Equipment (O.E.) needs of their fuel-efficient compact and sub-compact cars. Used as O.E. on Honda Civic Hybrid, Fit and Insight models, the SP31 A/S is designed to help maintain the vehicle's original…
$84.00

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What Are the Best Wheels for a 2013 Polished Metal Metallic Honda Civic Si Sedan?

What Are the Best Wheels for a 2013 Polished Metal Metallic Honda Civic Si Sedan?


…and the ability to run 225/45R17 tires as a natural size, that's what I wanted in my next car that was replacing my BRZ. I just got back from Cocoa, Florida in my new 2013 polished metal metallic Honda Civic Si Sedan, so everything is good to go with my new Honda, right? Not quite, as I'm not a huge…

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Four Winter / Snow Tires: Are They Worth It?


tires, read "We Know How They Go in Ice and Snow." We have performed quite a few tests on the ice rink, with our rear-wheel drive BMW 3 Series and all-wheel drive Porsche Cayenne. This season we decided to use one of the more popular front-wheel drive vehicles in the U.S., the 2012 Honda Civic. The Civic

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Honda Civic Tires


Not too long ago my mother-in-law purchased a 2009 Honda Civic. Her version came originally equipped with the Bridgestone Turanza H EL400-02. Unfortunately this tire suffers from poor tread life and poor all-season traction. After 30,000 miles they are due for replacement. Naturally she came to me for…

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Are All-Season Tires Enough for Winter Driving If I Have Front-Wheel Drive?

Are All-Season Tires Enough for Winter Driving If I Have Front-Wheel Drive?


…the drive axle (especially in snow). With this in mind, many drivers feel that all-season tires on a FWD vehicle is all you need this winter. To put this statement to the test, we took two identical Honda Civics to a local hockey rink and ran them through a series of acceleration, braking and cornering…

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Positive Reviews for the Michelin Defender

Positive Reviews for the Michelin Defender


…"Testing Passenger and Touring All-Season Tires." Reviews from our customers continue to come in with positive feedback. Take a look at what drivers are saying about their early experiences with the Michelin Defender: "Excellent tire. I changed on my Honda Civic Hybrid. The difference was evident. More…

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Do I Really Need Four Winter / Snow Tires?


…drive Honda Civic on ice, we tested the benefits of using four winter / snow tires compared to only two. The Honda when equipped with both winter / snow tires and all-seasons was as follows: * Front - Bridgestone Blizzak WS70 * Rear - Bridgestone Turanza EL400-02 When four winter / snow tires were equipped…

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Dunlop SP31 A/S 175/65-14 Tire

Dunlop SP31 A/S 175/65-14 Tire


The SP31 A/S is Dunlop's Passenger All-Season tire developedfor drivers looking to match the Original Equipment (O.E.) needs of their fuel-efficient compact and sub-compact cars. Used as O.E. on Honda Civic Hybrid, Fit and Insight models, the SP31 A/S is designed to help maintain the vehicle's original…
$89.00

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Dunlop SP31 A/S 175/65-15 Tire

Dunlop SP31 A/S 175/65-15 Tire


The SP31 A/S is Dunlop's Passenger All-Season tire developedfor drivers looking to match the Original Equipment (O.E.) needs of their fuel-efficient compact and sub-compact cars. Used as O.E. on Honda Civic Hybrid, Fit and Insight models, the SP31 A/S is designed to help maintain the vehicle's original…
$119.00

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Buy General tires for your passenger vehicle.


…-Season): "This tire is a must-have and a great value. My expectations are surpassed with this tire. The snow is here now and I haven't slipped once. I haven't fishtailed, I haven't felt the tires give way to sliding. The summer was equally as great." — Tire Rack Consumer Review, Honda Civic, WI Ameri-GS60…

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