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      09-30-2014, 03:08 AM   #1
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Good All Season Tire Choice

I'm in need of some new tires - I purchased some kumho ecsta's in March and needless to say they've been in need of replacement since June. Overall I thought the tires handled great but they wore extremely quick.
I'm looking for something that can handle a bit of snow when necessary - but it will not be driven usually in those conditions. My main concern is tread-life though. Not looking to buy a set of tires that will only last 10,000 miles and then need replacement again.

They are for a 2006 325i-stock 16inch rims. If anyone has any comments or suggestions I'd greatly appreciate it.
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A good place to compare tires would be tirerack.com. You can check out their surveys and see a list of comparable tires with all their specs in one chart
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Just got some michelin pilot as3's. So far an awesome tire haven't seen snow yet. All the reviews claim they're one of the best all season tires.
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My Pirelli P-Zero Nero A/S lasted me 40k miles. Costed me about $540 at a SamsClub for the tires themselves. I rotated them once, and I also had a decent bit of torque to the wheels.
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A good place to compare tires would be tirerack.com. You can check out their surveys and see a list of comparable tires with all their specs in one chart
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A lot of our customers seem to be pretty happy with their Continental ExtremeContact DWS and Michelin Pilot Sport AS3
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