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I am new to the forum. I have a 1984 cadillac seville that i purchased in georgia last year 2014.
It is a very nice rust free original paint 45,000 mi car.
I am wintering in florida trying to buy a set of vogue tires[ 225/70r15] for it.
I live in ontario canada. I thought florida would be a good place to find them.
I would appreciate somebody pointing me in the right direction.
thanks for any help available
just kevin
 

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Re: where to get vogue tyre tires

Try your local Cadillac dealership. If they don't sell them they are sure to know who does in your area.
 

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My suggestion, and I'm not alone, would be to buy just about any other time BUT a Vogue. Vogues are VERY overpriced, have a harsh ride, and poor traction, especially in the wet.
 

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Re: where to get vogue tyre tires

My suggestion, and I'm not alone, would be to buy just about any other time BUT a Vogue. Vogues are VERY overpriced, have a harsh ride, and poor traction, especially in the wet.
=============================:yeah: vogue tires SUCK -
 

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Re: where to get vogue tyre tires

Vogue Tyre has a one and only look. They are as unique as their owners. If someone wants to have their vehicle distinguished from others I don't think you should discourage that.

As far as the ride, traction and quality...The latest tires coming from Vogue stack up with the very best. I have a new set and have been extremely pleased with its performance, durability and ride quality. I have not experienced the poor traction in the wet that you describe and have found them to be really quite good in the snow.
 

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Re: where to get vogue tyre tires

I have to agree, Vogues are over priced and over rated, but to each his own.
 

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Re: where to get vogue tyre tires

Have you driven with the latest wide track touring II set yourself?
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no - I haven't - and I won't if I can avoid them -

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Vogue Tyre has a one and only look. They are as unique as their owners. If someone wants to have their vehicle distinguished from others I don't think you should discourage that.

As far as the ride, traction and quality...The latest tires coming from Vogue stack up with the very best. I have a new set and have been extremely pleased with its performance, durability and ride quality. I have not experienced the poor traction in the wet that you describe and have found them to be really quite good in the snow.
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troll - not buying it - you sound like a vogue tire dealer -
 

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According to Vogues site, they're only available in 3 sizes (one 15, and two 16's). Online prices vary from ~$260-$310 EACH. :shocked:
 

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I've had a set of Vogues on my Eldorado for two years now. I love them. I've had no bad experiences with them.
I will admit though I don't drive my ETC in the winter and rarely drive this car on rainy days.
Call me fanatical if you want but I like them for their looks.
Cost was around $200 each thru my dealer. A very good price.
 

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