Suspension, Brakes and Tires Discussion, Tires? in Item Specific Cadillac Discussion; Well I'm about to put new tires on the DeVille and was just looking to get some oppinions, I'm looking ...
- 12-11-08 05:34 AM #1
Well I'm about to put new tires on the DeVille and was just looking to get some oppinions, I'm looking for better ride quality and quiteness then the Michelin Symmetrys that came on it.
So what do you guys think??
- 12-11-08 09:34 AM #2
Tires are like oil and air filters: everyone has favorites and it all does pretty much the same job, some a tad better than others..........
I went looking for tires for the STS last year and did a lot of reading of the reviews in www.tirerack.com on the size called for by my door sticker.
Depends on your location and the type of driving you do most......no one tire type satisfies every condition all the time.
You can buy tires on the cheap or you can pay a small fortune, but you get what you pay for in terms of reliability, warranty, and wear life.
- 12-20-08 09:54 AM #3
I'm a fan of Kumho, but more because they're a relatively inexpensive, more performance oriented tire. Ride quality and low noise are the 2 things I usually give up.
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