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Submitted by Matt in IL on 9/6/2012 (2007 Honda Trucks Ridgeline RTL)
Best tire I've owned. Wear rating was 65,000 and with 77,000 miles and counting, it looks like they will go another 10,000 or perhaps 20,000 miles before replacement is necessary. Best part however is the smooth and quiet ride. It is as quiet now as it was brand new. Very impressive tire. (view review details)
Submitted by Nick in OH on 9/6/2012 (2005 Lexus Trucks RX330 (FWD))
I have purchased Bridgestone tires before but usually in the performance category. These Bridgestones are the first SUV tires I've purchased. So far, I really like Bridgestone tires! They provide a quiet, smooth, comfortable riding experience. The warranty (65K) and tire convience package is above other vendors! I would recommend these tires to anyone seeking "piece of mind" when tire shopping. (view review details)
Submitted by Rich in IL on 9/6/2012 (2011 Chevrolet Trucks Traverse LTZ)
Great tires...they are OEM tires on my Traverse LTZ and show almost no wear after 53,000 miles without being rotated. Most impressed with their traction in heavy snow. We live in the Chicago area and several times I have been the only one to make it to the office on bad snow days. Also very quiet on the highway at 75-85 mph. Gas mileage hitting mfgr ratings too. Overall very happy and recommend without reservation. (view review details)
Submitted by Ernie in IA on 9/6/2012 (2007 Mercury Trucks Mountaineer Base)
This is a great tire. I have got as much as 21.5 MPG's highway with them. So quite that I get sleepy on long trips. I figure I got another 10,000 miles to go before needing new tires. I am very impressed the way these tires have held up. I have never had to adjust air pressure. I thought they handled great in the slushy wet snow and in deep snow. During normal driving conditions I have 100% confidence in these tires. Even though it is time to start shopping tires all I can do is try to compare others to these. Over all I am very pleased with this set (fuel mileage, noise, comfort, noise & wear). After this set it is definetly Bridgestone or nothing. (view review details)
Submitted by Matt in ND on 9/5/2012 (2009 Chevrolet Trucks Traverse LTZ)
These tires came OEM on my wifes Traverse. We couldn't be happier. 63,000 and just replacing the fronts. Looks like another 10K to go before we have to replace the other set. fantastic tire! (view review details)
Submitted by Ron in NY on 9/5/2012 (2005 Land Rover Trucks Range Rover HSE Base)
Great tire - no complaints about anything - I pulled a horse trailer approx 6,000 mi. I drive mostly highway - daily dirt roads - Vehicle now has 245,000 miles - Had two sets of Michelin Synchrones prior. The Michelins were discontinued and I replaced with Bridgestone. The Bridgestones outlasted and seemed equal in performance for much less money. I just replaced the tires with the same. (view review details)
Submitted by Dan in MN on 9/5/2012 (2007 Cadillac Trucks Escalade EXT Base)
This was OEM tire when I purchased vehicle. I pull a 6000lb performance boat and wave runners in the summer. These tires have 80000 miles and still are quiet as the day I bought the truck. Tires were rotated every 6000 miles. Longest lasting tire I have ever had. These will make it to 900000 and possibly 100000 miles. I will definately buy the same kind again. Bridgestone ROCKS!!!! (view review details)
Submitted by Pete in OH on 9/5/2012 (2009 Toyota Trucks RAV4 Sport)
I have a lot of experience with this tire. I've had a few sets on our 1997 Honda CRV. They are hands down the BEST tire for Midwest driving. If you want something that handles great in wet and snow, this is THE tire!
When my wife's 2009 RAV4 Sport's OEM tires needed replacing, I was thankful that the H/L Alenza came in the RAV's size. She feels very confident driving on this tire. She felt that way when she drove with them on the CRV, and the same when she drives with them on the RAV.
I purchased Michelin tires for decades, but my last few sets of Michelin's would lose traction after about 10,000 miles on them and get scarey on any wet surface. Once I found Bridgestone's H/L's, I've never looked back.
These tires stick to the road. Our mpg is down slightly from the OEM tires, but I'll take the very positive trade-off for security any day.
I've seen some bizarre reviews comparing this tire (and other tires) to a dedicated snow/winter tire. Any winter tire had better beat any all-season tire in winter driving! That being said....The Alenza's do extremely well in snow.
The UNI-T AQII technology is for real. When the tread gets lower, these tires still stick in the wet.
I've recommended this tire to many people. They have all thanked me, especially once Winter hit. (view review details)
Submitted by William in MA on 9/5/2012 (2006 Land Rover Trucks LR3 HSE)
I put these on my 2006 LR3 HSE and love them. I put them on after the factory OEM Goodyear Wrangler tires only lasted 18,XXX miles and were down to belts showing. These things are quieter and better looking and definitely have way more tread on them at the same spot in time/miles. I will definitely be getting these from now on. (view review details)
Submitted by Jeff in IN on 9/5/2012 (2004 Toyota Trucks Tacoma 4x4 Xtracab)
I installed these tires just over 5 years ago. The factory tires croaked at 38k! I anticipate having 80k on these tires when I replace them. I'll replace them before winter, otherwise I could squeeze a few more miles out of them. The tires performance is above average to excellent in all other respects, in my opinion. So the great mileage makes them a "no brainer" to me. I have carried heavy loads, gone off roading on rough 4x4 roads, pulled heavily loaded trailers into the local landfill (always in adverse conditions) and had NO issues. (view review details)
Submitted by Jim in NJ on 9/5/2012 (2009 Honda Trucks CR-V EX)
Purchased this tire based on its ratings. It replaced the OEM Continental Contact 4X4 tires which were very noisy. Noticed an improvement in handling almost imediately. (view review details)
Submitted by Dan in NY on 5/2/2012 (2008 Suzuki Trucks Grand Vitara Luxury)
Great all season tire. I'm hoping to get 50-k out of the tires. Not quite what the warranty quoted. I would buy again because they are that good in the snow. (view review details)
Is keeping up the state of your car and its parts before they tire out. A majority of people wait until the car demonstrates signals of break down previous to truly taking it out to the repair shops.
Take the steps needed to ensure a long life for your car:
> Oil Changes
> Engine Coolant
> Tire Rotation
> Wheel Alignment