My Michelin Cross Terrains have been great, although they ARE a bit spendy. Swapped my new OEM Generals when I bought the truck. 16K, no measureable treadwear, smooth highway ride (no, I don't do off-road), super wet/dry handling. Can't comment on snow/ice performance, as Houston gets mighty little of the stuff.Ride2Live wrote:Hey Guys,
Anyone have experience with all seasons? Your input is appreciated.
Pete, over 90% of my miles are on the pavement as well. But, those pavement miles include lots of snow in the winter. I've been driving around in 4hi most of the time the past 3-4 weeks. I have all terrains, and I wouldn't have it any other way-they are a minimum for snow, IMO. The "all seasons" just don't do snow as well as they do rain, and I've gone through a number of different brands & their tires. They certainly don't compare with any of the all terrains when it comes to snow handling. My point is to not think of the all terrains as exclusively dirt only.Ride2Live wrote:I have searched the threads and a lot of you buy the TA's. I can't justify them as 99.8% of the miles are on pavement. A good handling street tire with great wet, snow, performance is what I'm after.