What All Season Tires Are Best In The Winter?

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I drive a 2007 Honda Civic Coupe and cannot afford to buy winter tires and then another set after the winter (which I need). I was thinking of getting all season tires, does anyone have suggestions for the best all season tires in the winter?


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5 Responses to What All Season Tires Are Best In The Winter?

  1. Rapid Fire says:

    I’d think you are good with any tire that is considered all season.
    I must admit that I have snow tires for the winter and summer tires for the summer on my car.
    However, regardless of what “life is good” said, we have all season tires on our minivan and have not had any problems ever.
    So I’d say just go with whatever all season tire you can afford.
    Good Luck

  2. Tiffany says:

    Such a tire does not exist. All season tires are useless in the winter. If you live in an area where it snows revise your budget and put snow tires on. Is your life and peace of mind worth a couple hundred bucks. I know mine is.
    Only one of my vehicles has all seasons still on it and we do not drive it in the snow …….. ever.

  3. jdlr46 says:

    Continental Conti Extreme-Contact. They were the only all season tire that performed as well in ice and snow as the snow tires. They also had the longest treadwear and the lowest rolling resistance among the all seasons. It’s amazing they are good at all those factors. I recently installed a pair on the front of my Accord. I can go really fast in the rain without hydroplaning as well. You can check Tire Rack or Discount Tire Direct, and get them installed at Mr. Tire cheap. Mr. Tire may be having a buy three get one free sale, which is worth checking out.

  4. oogaboog says:

    Firestone-nuff said. They are wonderful, but if you don’t want to spend money just put chains on your current ones for more traction 😛

  5. Martin S says:

    Continental ContiExtremeContact