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I have a 2016 Honda CRV SE.
Need to get new tires and wanted to get CRV fans a tire that is quiet on the highway and s moth riding.
The original has 50,000 miles and had some road noise problem from the beginning. Any suggestions would help?
 

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I have to get new tires. Old tires loud. I found a site online that listed the top 10 quietest tires. According to the site, the Firestone Destination LE-2 was quietest of the 10 wit Bridgestone Dueler H/L 422 Escopia (expensive) I would find the site and get the full report.
 

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I have a 2016 Honda CRV SE.
Need to get new tires and wanted to get CRV fans a tire that is quiet on the highway and s moth riding.
The original has 50,000 miles and had some road noise problem from the beginning. Any suggestions would help?
There are many solid tires in your stock size depending on your needs and climate conditions. We would be happy to help you choose the right tire for your needs if you like. What is your zip code to have a better idea as to what type of weather you drive in?
 

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I can tell you not to get Hankook tires. My 2017 CRV now has 35,000 miles and the Hankook tires are worn out and have been noisy for the last 25,000 miles. I drive conservatively, and the tires were rotated every 5K miles.
 

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I have Goodyear Assurance Fuel Max on my '13 and they are great. I recently took it to get the tires rotated and with 20k miles on them the store manager said they have only worn 10%. They are also quiet and smooth. Not bad if you ask me.
 

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I can tell you not to get Hankook tires. My 2017 CRV now has 35,000 miles and the Hankook tires are worn out and have been noisy for the last 25,000 miles. I drive conservatively, and the tires were rotated every 5K miles.
Same here. Hankook is definitely off my list of tire brands. (and on a very different, unfortunate list. :cussing: )
 

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I have to get new tires. Old tires loud. I found a site online that listed the top 10 quietest tires. According to the site, the Firestone Destination LE-2 was quietest of the 10 wit Bridgestone Dueler H/L 422 Escopia (expensive) I would find the site and get the full report.
Funny, my 17 CRV came with the 422 Ecopias and my 17 Ridgeline came with the Destinationh LE-2.
Had the LE-2's on my previous 01 Ranger and liked them a lot. Have no complaints on the Ecopia's.
 
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