go to the vogue tyre website..speak to em ...they very very helpful..i had to as they dont show a tire..now listen to this...dont show a tire for the 97 seville!!! furthermore after goin thru the whole factory includin tech..they couldnt answer why? hell wit the caddy god only knows if they a problem with it and the fit..who knows anyway they will turn u onto the local rep he well inform u...u can keep searchin in the google engine and find a few online dealers who r "cheaper" if u can call a vogue tire cheap...but typical cadillac they aint nothin cheap
I have never heard anything good about Vogue tires! And that was in Southern California with plenty of new tires around. Back in the 70's my next door neighbor was a good friend of the founder and owner of Vogue Tires and so got a set for his Olds 98. He had to take them off within a week cause they made the car feel strange ... as in not good! Aside from nurturing some new Cadillac owners need to be "special" and let's face it just spend money to show you got it ........ I have never heard any performance or quality claims about Voque tires that bore even a remote hint of creditability.
I had Vogue tires on my last Cadillac and they were real hard to keep clean. I even used the $16.00 bottle of Vogue tire cleaner. I have blackwall tires now and I like how they stay clean. The car I had with the Vogues was wrecked before I could tell how many miles they would last. They were guaranteed for 80,000 miles and a 720 treadwear. I do not think Vogues are anything special except for the look although I had no problems. There are Vogue tire dealers on ebay that sell new tires.
In all honesty, i had vogues on my 95 etc, 20,000 miles later i ditched them. Other than the look, it's just like saying "i got money and you don't". They suck in the rain, they're not GREAT on dry road (especially on turns), not as quiet as pirellis or michelins, and they made my car feel really "Wierd" on concrete paved highways. So a year later i sold them on ebay for $100 to some young punk. They were the worst and most expensive tires i ever had. Right now i sport the pirellis and they are great. In my opinion, i would say to stay away from them, and i have yet to talk to anyone who has had them to say anything good about them other than the gold stripe, and if that's the case, go to a craft shop get some rubberized paint, put a spin on the wheel off the ground, and a little brush and you're in business.
we also sell vogues (direct ship from vogue to you) but their warranty is so strict that you will have to almost resign yourself to the fact that if they ride good initially that there will be almost no chance at a warranty down the road unless there is an obvious defect
Custom tires... they can do just about anything you want these days... and at a somewhat reasonable price even
(i'm sure there are other companies out there like this one ... they're just the ones i know about)