All season tires, as their names imply, provide good performance on any water or snow and the high performance all season tires are now produced for the average, everyday car. The tires are tested to endure the elements and tire experts continually build and upgrade the tires to meet quality and performance standards. Brands in the market are aplenty when it comes to selecting car tires and they are dependent on tread designs and unique features.
For instance, the Goodyear Assurance Tripletred is considered to be one of the most highly recommended all season tires to date for passenger cars. The tires have scored extremely well on test standards and they retail at a price range of $115 to $140. Another well recognized all season tires is the Hankook Optimo H727 which has been reported to drive through 5 inches of snow and has been given a T rating.
The tires cost considerably less at about $100. Other all season tires are Continental ExtremeContact DWS and Michelin Primacy MXV4 that receive favorable reviews on wet and dry driving performance which runs at a price of $100 and $130 respectively.
On the whole, high performance cars need high performance tires and the all season tires are practical parts that can leave your driving experience in a desired and remarkable rate.
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