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Walmart.com has Nokian eNTYRE All-Season Radial Tire (245/65R17 111T) on sale for $90.79 - $30.24 off w/ pickup discount = $60.55. Store pickup must to be selected to receive discount. Thanks Jake+

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  • These tire provides an excellent wet grip, a smooth and quiet ride, long tread life, great handling and good winter grip when compared to other premium All-Season tires.
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This size of tire, 245/65R17, fits many SUVs. This tire is of excellent 700AA UTQG wear rating. Wal-mart gives it 75,000 mile warranty. The review is mostly excellent.

$90.79 - $30.24(pickup discount) = $60.55. Order online and pickup at store, Walmart [walmart.com].

Wal-mart is a better option as the tires can be installed there for $12 each, including tire mounting, valve stems, lifetime balance and rotation every 7,500 miles and 50-mile lug re-torque. Additional $10 per tire fee applies to tires not purchased at Walmart or Walmart.com (fee will be applied to tires purchased on Walmart Marketplace).


Exclusively for its prime member, Amazon [amazon.com] matched Walmart's pickup price this afternoon although its quantity in stock changes by hour. (I've been watching it last couple of days)

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UTQG explained:
Uniform Tire Quality Grade (UTGQ) standards are required by law for most passenger cars and light trucks and can be found on the tire's sidewall. The UTGQ standards require tire manufacturers to disclose information on their tires relating to three capabilities: tread wear, traction, and temperature resistance.

Tread wear: A tire's tread wear rating is a comparative grade based on the wear rate of the tire under controlled conditions on specified government test track. Because they are a comparative grade, tread wear ratings are only valid when comparing tires within a given manufacturer's product line and cannot be used to compare tires from two different manufacturers. Tread wear ratings are determined by a baseline of 100, and are generally represented as follows:

Greater than 100 – better
100 – baseline
Less than 100 – poorer

As an example, a tire with a tread wear rating of 100 would indicate a tire would last equally as long as the baseline test tire. A tire with a tread wear rating of 200 would indicate a tire would last twice as long under the test conditions as one with the rating of 100, whereas a tire with a tread wear rating of 50 would last only half as long.

Traction: This rating indicates the tire's ability to stop on wet pavement in a straight-line test. Tire traction ratings are measured under controlled conditions on specified surfaces of asphalt and concrete, and do not evaluate a tire's cornering ability. A tire traction rating can be assigned four possible grades: AA, A, B, and C, with AA being the highest and C being the lowest.

Temperature Resistance: This rating indicates the tire's ability to dissipate heat under controlled test conditions. Temperature ratings can be assigned three possible grades: A, B, or C, with A being the highest and C being the lowest. Federal law requires that all tires meet at least the minimal requirements of Grade C.

Wal-mart Tire Service
https://www.walmart.com/cp/auto-services/1087266

Basic tire installation package, $12 per tire

Includes tire mounting, valve stems, lifetime balance and rotation every 7,500 miles and 50-mile lug re-torque. Additional $10 per tire fee applies to tires not purchased at Walmart or Walmart.com (fee will be applied to tires purchased on Walmart Marketplace).

Value tire installation package, $22 per tire

Includes tire mounting, valve stems, lifetime balance and rotation every 7,500 miles, 50-mile lug re-torque and road hazard protection warranty*. Applies only to tires purchased at Walmart.*

Lifetime balance & rotation, $9

Bring in any tire, and we'll rotate and balance them every 7,500 miles for the life of the tires from the original purchase date. See terms and conditions for more info.

Valve stem installation, $3 per tire

Install valve stems on vehicles not equipped with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System**. There will be an additional fee if the TPMS needs to be reset.

Flat tire repair (tubeless), $10 per tire

Repair tire to Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA) guidelines.

Tire mounting (carry-in) $10 per tire, (specialty)$5 per tire

Mount tire on a rim only. Does not include any of the above installation benefits — valve stems, TPMS reset or rotation and balancing.

Tire rotation, $2.50 per tire

Rotate tire to a different location on the vehicle. Does not include tire remounting and balancing necessary for directional tires.

Lug nut replacement, $2 per lug nut

Replace a broken or missing lug nut.

Reset Tire Pressure Monitoring System sensors, Free per tire

Reset sensors only if needed. Ask an Auto Care Center associate for details.**

Prices shown on services are national pricing. Please check with your local store for local pricing that may vary. Also, it's important to note that we are unable to install run-flat tires at any of our Auto Care Centers.

*Road hazard coverage for unseen road hazards and flat repair. The Walmart Auto Care Center road hazard warranty is intended to provide coverage against tire failure caused by impact breaks and other non-repairable punctures. Repairable punctures will be fixed at no charge using the Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA) guidelines. See terms & conditions for damage incurred that requires replacement of the Tire see terms and conditions for damage incurred that requires tire replacement.

**Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) is a feature on newer vehicles that continuously checks the tire pressure and sends that information to the driver.

Vehicles it may fit

Acura SLX
Buick Rainier
Chevrolet TrailBlazer TrailBlazer EXT
Rocky Rugger
Dodge Dakota
Ford Endeavour Everest Explorer Explorer Sport Trac
Toyota Highlander
GMC Acadia Envoy
Honda Pilot Ridgeline
Hyundai Veracruz ix55
Infiniti QX4
jeep Cherokee Commander Grand Cherokee Liberty
Kia Sorento
Lincoln Aviator
Mercury Mountaineer
Mitsubishi L200 Nativa Pajero Sport Triton
Nissan Pathfinder
Oldsmobile Bravada
Volvo XC90

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This is NOT the place to be asking about tires and their performance. Cheapskates and tires is a bad, bad mix. Go do your own research regarding the impact of tire quality as well as sizing on a vehicle's braking and handling characteristics.
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I'm surprised these aren't some generic Chinese brand. It looks like these are a quality tire from a Finnish company and they are building a plant to produce tires in the US starting in 2020.
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Almost bought these for my Civic but ended up with Fuzions for a song and since it doesn't get driven much. These don't get great reviews but Nokian is well known in Europe and makes fantastic snow tires for the U.S. as well, for those who know about them. Quality company but these tires may not be...
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So close. Mine are 235/65R17. The stores are closed right now, so there's no one to call and ask. Does anyone know if I can make these work on my Grand Cherokee? My front tires are still excellent, so I'd only be replacing the rears. Would it matter that these are slightly larger than the fronts and will they fit my rims? If I have to replace the rims then this won't work for me. Thanks.

Also, would it affect the accuracy of the speedometer or the driveability?

Btw, don't forget that Discover Deals gives 5% cashback for Walmart online purchases.

Walmart sells my correct size for $73.55. The product page says nothing about a pickup discount. I'm wondering what would happen if I called Walmart.com and mentioned the OP deal. Maybe they would match the final price. Never know. I would prefer to keep the sizes the same if possible.
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THANK YOU!

I was shopping for tires and almost bought discount tire deal.
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So close. Mine are 235/65R17. The stores are closed right now, so there's no one to call and ask. Does anyone know if I can make these work on my Grand Cherokee? My front tires are still excellent, so I'd only be replacing the rears. Would it matter that these are slightly larger than the fronts and will they fit my rims? If I have to replace the rims then this won't work for me. Thanks.

Also, would it affect the accuracy of the speedometer or the driveability?

Btw, don't forget that Discover Deals gives 5% cashback for Walmart online purchases.

Walmart sells my correct size for $73.55. The product page says nothing about a pickup discount. I'm wondering what would happen if I called Walmart.com and mentioned the OP deal. Maybe they would match the final price. Never know. I would prefer to keep the sizes the same if possible.
No noticeable difference. Speedometer would mark 1 miles lower at probably 80 plus mph
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No noticeable difference. Speedometer would mark 1 miles lower at probably 80 plus mph
Thanks. rep'd. So you think the driveability and handling would stay the same? How about the longevity? I'm pretty sure there would be no rubbing on the wheel well. There is no snow here, so that wouldn't be a factor.

The 235 size would cost me about $13 more per tire if Walmart.com won't give me any discount for pickup. I find it odd that they are giving discounting over 30% for pickup for the 245 size, and nothing for the 235. It states that they save money by having you pick them up and pass it on to us (you have to click on a link to see this), yet no mention of it on the 235 size. They open early in the morning so I'm going to call them and see what they're willing to do.
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Thanks. rep'd. So you think the driveability and handling would stay the same? How about the longevity? I'm pretty sure there would be no rubbing on the wheel well. There is no snow here, so that wouldn't be a factor.

The 235 size would cost me about $13 more per tire if Walmart.com won't give me any discount for pickup. I find it odd that they are giving discounting over 30% for pickup for the 245 size, and nothing for the 235. It states that they save money by having you pick them up and pass it on to us (you have to click on a link to see this), yet no mention of it on the 235 size. They open early in the morning so I'm going to call them and see what they're willing to do.
Here an informational difference

https://www.tacomaworld.com/tirecalc?tires=235-65r17-245-65r17
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any deal for 235/65R18?
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I'm surprised these aren't some generic Chinese brand. It looks like these are a quality tire from a Finnish company and they are building a plant to produce tires in the US starting in 2020.
Well, Nokian did recently admit to cheating on tire tests, so if you're going by older reviews none of them are actually valid. Their non-winter tires were never all that great anyways.

All the tires they sent out for reviews were custom made for the reviews: http://www.autoblog.com/2016/02/2...at-report/
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Beware, Walmart is not an authorized dealer so the warranty is void.

Also, I'm dealing with a horrendous situation with a set of 5 Nokian Rotiiva from Walmart that were out of round. Walmart finally replacing them after taking it 5 times to 2 different shops trying to get them balanced, last one with hunter road force that verified out of spec tire.

Walmart not covering mount and balance of replacement after all of this.

Buyer beware. Is Walmart buying Nokian tires that fail QC?
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any deal for 235/65R18?
Following for my Mazda 3
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