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Related Categories: Quietest Summer Tires | Quietest Tires | Quietest Tires Michelin | Noise Rating | Quietest Suv Tire | Quietest Passenger Tires | Quietest Truck Tires | Quietest Ride | Smoothest Riding Tires | Quiet All Season
  • Pirelli P Zero All Season Tops the List

  • …soon) of tires in the Ultra High Performance All-Season category revealed that the Pirelli P Zero All Season tire was tops in its class. It was compared to the Dunlop SP Sport Signature, Sumitomo HTR A/S PO1 and the Yokohama AVID ENVigor. The Pirelli was the quietest, most comfortable tire to handle…

  • Update on the BFGoodrich g-Force Sport COMP-2

  • …noise while rolling down the highway. Cornering and steering input were also the best in the group in my opinion. Overall, I would have to say this is an impressive Ultra High Performance Summer tire. Most drivers will find this tire to be a great value while boosting their confidence in driving.

  • Related Products: G-force Sport Comp-2
  • Max Performance Summer Tires: Road Ride

  • …Michelin's new Pilot Super Sport. All tires were tested in identical sizes on identical vehicles for consistency. Tires in the Max Performance Summer category are designed to provide the best dry and wet traction, steering response and handling for street use tires. Although ride comfort and low…

  • Review of: Continental ContiTrac

  • …roads. At barely over 28k miles, these tires are at the tread-wear indicators, and I am NO speed demon by any stretch, nor do I abuse my tires or my truck. They%27re also not the quietest tires - and my truck is a Diesel. These are bar-none the WORST tires I have owned on any of my vehicles past…


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