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Yokohama Avid Touring S All-Season Tire – 205/60R16 91TR

Yokohama Avid Touring S All-Season Tire – 205/60R16 91TR

  • Responsive dealing with and S- and T-speed rated durability
  • All-season traction, even in light snow
  • Original Devices (O.E.) replacement for normal sedans, coupes, and family vans
  • Can replace original tires independently or in a total set
  • Tri-Plex tread compound for extended durability and long lifestyle

The AVID TOURING-S is Yokohama’s Standard Touring All-Season tire designed for the drivers of coupes, sedans and minivans. It was developed to mix ride quality, smooth dealing with, durability and traction in any season, like in light snow. The

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    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Yokohaha Avid Touring S tires – Excellent!, January 12, 2012
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    This review is from: Yokohama Avid Touring S All-Season Tire – 205/60R16 91TR (Automotive)

    These tires are great. I ordered these tires up, and saved at least 25% off of the discounted prices at the national tire places. I received free shipping, also great – this saved me $50. I was expecting a 2 week shipping time frame, but received the tires in a little over a week from when I ordered them.

    I did do diligence and selected this particular tire for it’s combination of handling and quiet on the roads (and price,of course). The tires themselves handle well – you feel like the car is more in control, side-to-side. I feel more in control than when I had the Hankook set (although Hankook makes a pretty good tire.) They are real quiet going down the road, although my 2003 Sonata is probably in the middle of the pack as far as road noise goes.

    I have read that on some cars these tires don’t last as long as advertised. But since I’m going to do a struts replacement/alignment soon on the Sonata (as part of regular maintenance) that probably won’t be an issue. I live and work in Michigan though; in western Michigan, the roads are pretty bad, but I go into Detroit twice a week and since the state money flows to Detroit the roads aren’t so bad there. In my small town, even the road repairs make me feel like it would be better if they just ripped up the tarmac and reverted to gravel – it would be smoother.

    One other thing – I was told by a friend that I should have the tire shop look at the manufacturer’s production date for the tires, just to make sure I didn’t receive a set that had set around in a warehouse for years, becoming old and air weathered. The tires I received were dated late November 2011 and I received them in early January 2012, so they were brand-new.

    All said, excellent tires, excellent deal, and I will definitely be inclined to do this again!

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