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Just replaced the pile of **** Goodyear Assurance tires that the PO of my V had on the thing. WOW what a difference! 0 road noise, good traction etc... Not going to set the world on fire being 205/70/15s but for a stock tire they rock. $260 shipped to my door for all 4 with valve stems from DTD after the mail in rebate. Tirerack wasn't going to have them in stock till June 16! Wtf?! If you want a nice replacement stock size tire for the Gen 1/2 I'd jump on these things. I had them mounted/balanced for free by a friend who works at a shop so $260 for 4 new tires installed is pretty damn good in my book.

And Yokohama is made in the good old US of A which is pretty funny considering the name. Apparently these tires are supposed to go over 50k for treadlife but we'll see.
 

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Just replaced the pile of **** Goodyear Assurance tires that the PO of my V had on the thing. WOW what a difference! 0 road noise, good traction etc... Not going to set the world on fire being 205/70/15s but for a stock tire they rock. $260 shipped to my door for all 4 with valve stems from DTD after the mail in rebate. Tirerack wasn't going to have them in stock till June 16! Wtf?! If you want a nice replacement stock size tire for the Gen 1/2 I'd jump on these things. I had them mounted/balanced for free by a friend who works at a shop so $260 for 4 new tires installed is pretty damn good in my book.

And Yokohama is made in the good old US of A which is pretty funny considering the name. Apparently these tires are supposed to go over 50k for treadlife but we'll see.
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Hopefully these work out for you. I bought Yokahoma Avid TRZ tires (rated for 80k!) for my wife's CR-V. I was very happy with them until about 10k miles, then they started wearing down fast and getting very loud. I have 25k on them now, already at the wear bars, I've got new tires on order...not yokahama tires.
 

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I like yoko tires and they're all in my vehicle's except for my CRV. Tire life does not entirely depend on the tire's. It also depends on how you drive, apply your brakes, terrain factor, alignment issues and others.
 

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I've got the same tires as scotty(Yokohama )has Are they good tires? If not which kind are best all season n I live in western pa so I will be driving in snow

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I know its different, but.... I had Yokohama's on My Camry and I got 60,000 miles on them, and now have the Yokohama Geolanders on my 2011 CRV down here in Nicaragua and love them! I believe Yokahama makes a solid tire.
 

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I've got the same tires as scotty(Yokohama )has Are they good tires? If not which kind are best all season n I live in western pa so I will be driving in snow

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The Touring-S is an all-season model designed for light snow conditions. If you are frequently running in snow during the winter months I recommend picking up a dedicated set of winter tires. If this just isn't an option for you right now take a look at the Goodyear Fortera TripleTred.
 

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Overall been very happy with these tires. Just put the second set of them on the wife's CRV this past summer.

Tread wear has been excellent and they have been more than adequate to handle NH snow over the last few seasons even when fairly worn down.
 

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Overall been very happy with these tires. Just put the second set of them on the wife's CRV this past summer.

Tread wear has been excellent and they have been more than adequate to handle NH snow over the last few seasons even when fairly worn down.
Thank you for the feedback.

Any chance you could take a look at the sidewall and tell us which country these are produced in?
 
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