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other than EBay or a Caddy dealer, where is a good place to get Vogues? Does Vogue have a website with a list of dealers? I tried to find it and got nothing.
 

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If you don't get an answer here, go to the Deville section ('85-present) and ask Sandy. He's a Vogue guy.
 

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I believe Vogue was made by Uniroyal. However, they don't mke them anymore. Besides looking good, they aren't that great of a tire from what I understand.
 

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Eldyfig said:
I believe Vogue was made by Uniroyal. However, they don't mke them anymore. Besides looking good, they aren't that great of a tire from what I understand.
I must agree that Vogue is not the quality tire that the price commands. They don't seem to last any longer than an eraser in a Chinese arithmetic exam. But yes, they are still available to those who will not be seen without them. Just my 2¢
 

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91TexasSeville said:
I must agree that Vogue is not the quality tire that the price commands. They don't seem to last any longer than an eraser in a Chinese arithmetic exam. But yes, they are still available to those who will not be seen without them. Just my 2¢
:histeric: I don't think the treadware it that bad, the ride is nice. Handling is, eh. But then again, I'm used to the 275/45/17 in the Z28 which is a totally different animal.

To the original poster, America's Tire can get Vogues for you. I belive I was quoted $233 a tire.
 

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Hahah. Well Id have to say I am one of those people that cant be see without Vogues. I just love the looks! As far as quality, they really arent too good. My service guy at the dealer said if you ask everyone there your going to get about 80 to 90% of them saying Vogues blow. My car when I bought it had original Vogues on it with 45,000 miles. I ended up buying new ones somewhere around 50-55,000 for about $900 or so. 1 year and a 1/2 later I currently have one new Vogue because of a nail, one ok tire (those both in the rear), and 2 front tires that are close to having no tread. Last rain I was hydroplaining on the highway which isnt good considering winters coming about. So pretty sure here im going to have to get 3 new tires.

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Check out ebay motors for new Vogue tires. Find your best price for what you want and take it to the Vogue representative at the Cadillac dealership. I showed him what I could buy on ebay and asked him to match it. He wanted to sell the tires and matched my ebay price. I got four new 17 inch Vogue tires for around $800 and I have no complaint with them. Just an idea that might help. Take care

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