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Looking to replace OEM Continental tires on my CRV after 57,000 miles. Anyone have recommendations for durability, quietness & smooth ride. Currently looking at Michelin Latitude Touring.
 

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MOVED to Tires, Wheels, & Suspension section. :eek:


PS, look in the Similar Threads section at the bottom of the page, or search here, or the Gen4 area...or even in the TireRack.com reviews.

Another good tip: Ask at site sponsor Discount Tire.
 

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Looking to replace OEM Continental tires on my CRV after 57,000 miles. Anyone have recommendations for durability, quietness & smooth ride. Currently looking at Michelin Latitude Touring.
There are many solid tires depending on your needs and climate. We would be happy to help you choose the right tire based on your priorities.

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Looking to replace OEM Continental tires on my CRV after 57,000 miles. Anyone have recommendations for durability, quietness & smooth ride. Currently looking at Michelin Latitude Touring.
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I spent nearly $700 for recommended Michelins on my last car and they were find. However, I am a cheapskate so the last 3 sets of tires I bought were from Chinese manufacturers (even though 2 sets were made in Indonesia and one in Vietnam). The Archilles tires on my Miata and CRV are smooth, quiet and are wearing well. The Black Lion tires on my F-150 are the same and the tread looks so much like Michelin, you have to read the name on the side to tell the difference. The Archilles are around $75 each counting mounting and balancing. The Black Lions were slightly more because the tires are much larger. With tires that are quiet, smooth, wear well and are affordable, I probably won't buy any more "name brands".

The shop where I bought the tires are big in 1/2 mile dirt track racing and they use these tires on the race cars and don't have issues.
 

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In September time frame - I purchased Michelin Defender XLT at Costco which are the same as Micheline Defender LTX's. Costco had them for $600 (on sale, penny installs). They are loads better than the Bridgestones. We have had an awful winter this year (one of our worst) and so far, they have been great! Michelin has new Cross Climates that I would look at also. Haven't looked at the Cooper's listed above.

If you don't have snow, I wouldn't bother with any of these.
 

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I have Goodyear Assurance Fuel Max and they are very quiet and smooth. I definitely recommend them to everyone.
 
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