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Yokohama AVID ENVigor

245/45-18 (Reading the Tire Size)

$167.00

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8.5  
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(2 Total Reviews)
Rating
8.8  
Review Date
August 18, 2012
Vehicle
2007 INFINITI M45 BASE
Location
WESTMINSTER, CA
Driving Conditions
Mostly Dry
Driving Style
Mixed Highway and City
Owned Tires for
5 months
Miles Driven on Tires
7000
Ride Comfort
9.0  
Cornering/Steering
9.0  
Ride Noise
9.0  
Tread Life
9.0  
Dry Traction
9.0  
Wet Traction
8.0  
Winter Traction N/A
Buy Tire Again Yes

Tire Pros

quiet, comfortable, long lasting

Tire Cons

none

I've driven with these tires for 7,000 miles to make sure that I give them an objective review. I'm a typical commute driver in Southern California, 60miles/day. As compared to the original tires and the replaced Hankook Evo, the Yokohama is much better. The ENvigor is pretty new product. The price is reasonable. Surprisingly, after 7,000 miles there is not much wearing on the tread considering the weight of the car. The previous tires wore much faster. I also noticed that the ride is a lot smoother and much less noisy. Strongly recommended. I will buy these tires again.

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Rating
8.2  
Review Date
March 26, 2013
Vehicle
2011 CHRYSLER 200 S
Location
PENNELLVILLE, NY
Driving Conditions
Mixed Dry Rain
Driving Style
Mostly Highway
Owned Tires for
6 months
Miles Driven on Tires
3000
Ride Comfort
8.0  
Cornering/Steering
8.0  
Ride Noise
9.0  
Tread Life
8.0  
Dry Traction
8.0  
Wet Traction
8.0  
Winter Traction
6.0  
Buy Tire Again Likely

Tire Pros

Tires have a overall good traction & ride at the price they are.

Tire Cons

Being somewhat a direction type of tire, they are more at home on dry and wet roads then on snowy/slushy roads

I order (4) tires and rims mounted and road forced balanced with tire sensors in them for my wife's new Chrysler 200 hardtop convertible. Once mounted on the 200 the tires had a very noticable tire vibration once you hit 60 mph. Had the tires re-road forced balance on a new Hunter Straight Track machine and found that (2) of the tires would not road force balance into range. In order to correct the vibration problem, I had to purchased (2) more tires, had them remounted and re-road forced which balanced out fine. Now the car is smooth as glass. I was a bit upset that this was not picked up when orginally road forced before being shipped to me.

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