Sorry for the delay. I haven't replaced the tires yet.To reply to Coral's original question. I have a 2015 CR-V with 36,000 and will need a new set all around early this fall. The original tires are Bridgestone Dueller H/P All-Season I believe (225/65R17) Treadwear is rated at 400/ Traction rated at A / and Temperature rated at B. Most of my driving is local with numerous stops. Since I purchased it, I have only been on one long distance trip to FL and back from the Northeast. I am just starting my research for new rubber. And my driving habits are like "a little old lady" I believe they are wearing prematurely but with a treadwear rating of 400, I guess that's to be expected.
So my question to Coral - your original post was November 2017. What tire did you decide to go with? Brand, model, etc??
Any info would be much appreciated.
Which Michelins did you put on? Just curious. I am looking at Defenders. A friend put Premier on and is pleased with those. He drives more on dirt than I do.The Bridgestons that came on my 2012 AWD lasted 60,000 and had more miles in them. I put on new Michelins at that point as I had to do a major trip through snow country and did not want to take a chance. BTW: I had nothing but heartache with the Michelins (vibration issues) and which I had just put the same Bridgestones back on.
Costco told me today that their Michelin sales start September 3rd. The price they mentioned was quite a bit less. They said their sales usually last 2 months. Right now, they are having another brand sale.I am going to go with Michelin Defenders T+H. I called Honda to get a price (they said they would match anyone's price) and it was $900 or $904 or something like that. I did call a tire place (Jensen Tire) and they were about $30 less and had them in stock. Both told me to wait as Michelin runs $70 or $80 rebate every few months or so. Both of these were out the door prices with everything done.
If you are getting these at Costco, sometimes Costco will run a 1 cent installation/tire in conjunction with the $70 rebate. This will save you an additional $60 ($15/tire) installation fee.Costco told me today that their Michelin sales start September 3rd. The price they mentioned was quite a bit less. They said their sales usually last 2 months. Right now, they are having another brand sale.
Also looking at Michelin Premier.
I hope to! The guy at the counter mentioned it and told me to look out for it. I found another thread which makes it sound like it happens randomly? Or does it happen during a certain time period. One thread I read said they offered it 10 days out of the promo or something like that, almost like I don't know what days to expect it. Of course I read this after speaking with the guy so I didn't ask him more. I will ask more when I go in next.If you are getting these at Costco, sometimes Costco will run a 1 cent installation/tire in conjunction with the $70 rebate. This will save you an additional $60 ($15/tire) installation fee.
My Tires lasted 40K very disappointed! (BTW brakes only lasted 32K. I replaced them and then the calipers went at 38K) No where near the reliability of my 85 CRX or my 2000 CR-VFor those who have the 2015 AWD CRV - at what mileage are you replacing your tires? I am approaching 30,000.
He MIGHT just be trying to drum-up business...I've used tires 10,000 miles after that first suggestion from tire stores. (I used caution during rainstorms and other inclement weather conditions, tho')I was surprised to hear my service advisor say my stock all-seasons are getting to a point where they are close to advising me to replace .
My main question - how many miles have the tires that came with your CRV lasted (assuming you are not switching them out in the winter).
I am not asking about switching them out or what I want my tires to do for me. I am just curious how long people are keeping their original tires on their CRV before they need replacement.
I am not in a position to store an extra set of tires all years - I don't have that type of storage.