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Best Tires for a Toyota Prius

Best Tires for a Toyota Prius


…today's record-setting gas prices, the Toyota Prius has become the standard in hybrid vehicles. They're dependable, sporty and most drivers hold on to them for many years. Choosing the right tire will help keep your Prius rolling for miles to come. What's the best tire for you? Well that all depends on what…

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High Mileage Tire Offering from Michelin

High Mileage Tire Offering from Michelin


…Defender: "These are the best tires I have ever purchased. They run quiet and have a soft ride. There is no slipping or sliding on turns and they feel like they are glued to the road." -- Tire Rack Consumer Review, 2010 Toyota Prius IV "Fantastic tire. Definitely the best tire I have ever had. Extremely…

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Low Rolling Resistance Tires and Fuel Economy

Low Rolling Resistance Tires and Fuel Economy


It only makes sense that tires can help improve fuel economy as they're the only contact point the vehicle has with the road. In 2009, Tire Rack decided to put that theory to the test using a fleet of Toyota Prius. As with all of our testing, great thought went into the variables and how best to control…

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Yokohama AVID S33D 195/65-15 Tire

Yokohama AVID S33D 195/65-15 Tire


The AVID S33D is one of Yokohama's low rolling resistancePassenger All-Season tires developed to match the Original Equipment (O.E.) needs of third generation (2010+) Toyota Prius hybrids, as well as for the drivers of other small cars using the P195/65R15 89S size looking to reduce their vehicle's fuel…
$111.00

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Review of: Bridgestone Ecopia EP20


…of tire tread, I was shocked since I follow Toyota%27s care plan every 5000 mile I bring it to the dealer for tire rotation and oil change and whatever other scheduled maintenance required. This is an expensive vehicle and I am totally disappointed that Toyota put these cheap tires on the Prius that…

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Yokohama BluEarth S34 205/60-16 Tire

Yokohama BluEarth S34 205/60-16 Tire


…ecologically oriented Grand Touring All-Season tire chosen as Original Equipment for Toyota Prius v five passenger, front-wheel drive crossover vehicles. Developed to combine year-round traction, handling and comfort with reduced environmental impact, BluEarth S34 tires feature Yokohama’s proprietary technology…
$152.00

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Better fuel economy with low rolling resistance tires? Not right away!


…new tire at full tread depth will have a slightly larger overall diameter than the tire it replaced, so your revolutions per mile will change and give the appearance that fuel economy has dropped. For example, a Toyota Prius getting approximately 50 mpg just before replacing its worn-out tires may be…

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Bridgestone Ecopia EP20 195/65-15 Tire

Bridgestone Ecopia EP20 195/65-15 Tire


…EP20 is one of Bridgestone's ecologicallyoriented, ultra-low rolling resistance Passenger All-Season tire developed to match the Original Equipment (O.E.) needs of third generation (2010+) Toyota Prius hybrids, as well as for the drivers of other small cars using the P195/65R15 89S size looking to reduce…
$95.00

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Low Rolling Resistance Tires


…designing tires with lower rolling resistance. By reducing the amount of energy required to start and keep a tire rolling, the car becomes less expensive to run long term and reduces its impact on the environment by reducing carbon emissions. Last year, we did an enjoyable test with the Toyota Prius, and…

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The Lowdown on Low Rolling Resistance


tires on the Escape. This being my first experience with LRR tires, I was surprised at the results: the LRR tire took significantly longer to come to a complete stop. A few months later as part of Tire Rack's testing program, we tested four different sets of LRR tires on four identical Toyota Prius.…

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Bridgestone Offers Great Options with Their Ecopia Line

Bridgestone Offers Great Options with Their Ecopia Line


…EP20 is an all-season capable tire designed for use on the Toyota Prius and other small cars using the P195/65R15 tire size. This size is also found on many other applications such as the Honda Civic, MAZDA 3 and Nissan Versa. Ecopia EP422 is a Grand Touring All-Season tire with a much broader selection…

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Hybrid Tires for your Vehicle


Tire Rack was able to complete tire testing on low rolling resistant tires. Unfortunately, we were not able to use our usual BMW E92 328i test cars because of tire sizing, Instead, we made a switch to the Toyota Prius, which enabled me to get about 28 mpg better than my personal vehicle! Check out the…

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