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Old 06-30-2018, 06:19 PM
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Best all season tire for $120 & under?

Hey guys I have a 2006 Infiniti G35 and have to replace my 2 front tires. I have 2 used ones in the back which are fine but I would like to buy all season tires in the front. Im looking for 255/35/20 due to my aftermarket wheels. Are there any reputable, good value all season tires for $120 or under/each.
 
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Old 06-30-2018, 07:49 PM
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Asking us will only get you opinions, for the best results to your question try www.thetirerack.com! Tire Rack are professionals selling several hundred tires daily...Gary
 
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Thank you. I went with: Sumitomo HTR A/S P02 (W-Speed Rated). They have pretty good reviews from Tirerack and I believe is one of the top 10 in their class. $111 a piece.
 
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Sumitoro are good. I've had great luck with Achillies ATR sport but only get 20k miles out of them or so.
 
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There were Sumitomo tires on mine when I bought it, had about half the tread left and I put another 10k on them. My only complaint was for an A/S tire they absolutely sucked in the winter. Yeah they were missing half the tread but with even a dusting of snow on the road they were all over the place so make sure to switch your winter rubber on BEFORE the weather gets crappy.

Wet performance was sketchy as well but the G has such great balance it was actually really fun to drive with them lol.
 
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Thank guys! I already ordered them so I'll hope for the best 😅😅😓😓
 
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In case anyone is wondering. Here is the rating from TireRack about the Sumitomo HTR A/S P02 tires at $111/tire. I like them so far. Great value for the cost.
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Yeah that pretty much mirrors what I was saying about ice/snow traction, it's practically nonexistant.
 
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Eagle Sport A/S are also excellent. About the same price, getting 50k miles out of a set on my Accord, looks like I'll get that much out of my G35 too. Quiet, excellent in the rain, really good dry grip. Ended up having to modify my Accord's suspension to take advantage of the extra grip.
 
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I appreciate it Scott. I forgot to put the size that I was looking for, 255/35/20. The Goodyears run about $185/tire in that size
 
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Go to tires-easy.com and look for tires you may like in the sizes you need. I've driven on some Federals which were okay, and just recently ordered a set of 4 Achilles ATR Sport 2 for under $350 shipped. Read reviews on things.
 
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Go to tires-easy.com and look for tires you may like in the sizes you need. I've driven on some Federals which were okay, and just recently ordered a set of 4 Achilles ATR Sport 2 for under $350 shipped. Read reviews on things.
I have been running these tires lately and they outperform my expectations every time! I'm never spending $1k on tires again .
 
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The neighbor kid has them on his G and has about 5k miles on them so far with zero issues. When I test drove them around they felt fine, I'm sure longevity will be a concern but they are VERY inexpensive.
 
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I have been running these tires lately and they outperform my expectations every time! I'm never spending $1k on tires again .
Have you had them on long enough to get an idea how long they will last?
 
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Have you had them on long enough to get an idea how long they will last?
He stated that he gets roughly 20k miles out of them.
 
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