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Yokohama Avid Touring-S All-Season Tire - 225/55R17 97T tires are available for for $77.76 at walmart.


4 tires would be $ 311.04 + tax...

link - https://www.walmart.com/ip/Yokoha.../829824837
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Bad results with '17 Civic EX hatch here. OEM Conti's Procontact are worse tire ever owned in 40 years. Very loud road noise which was so bad I almost replaced them at 800 miles. Horrible hydroplaning on wet Florida roads. Poor dry traction, as wheel spin always surprises me when I have to cut across traffic. Now, with 35,000 miles on them, tread life still looks good, but all the flaws are even worse. Many on the forums complain about sidewall bubble and prone to blowouts. Tirerack avg rating 7 out of 10. That is why I keep looking in threads like this for alternatives. Conti's suck, stay far away from these. https://www.tirerack.com/survey/S...D15HR7PCTX
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Sold my Accord with Yokohamas to my neighbor that drives Uber in the NYC area. They're at around 85k miles and the tread is just low enough now he wouldn't pass inspection. Wish I would have kept them and put them on my new car instead of the Kuhmo Solus that came with it. The Kuhmos are wearing tread so fast I'm going to need to replace them at ~25k miles.
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that's a great price! I wish I had them in 235/45s
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$70 at America's Tire for 205/60/16.
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that's a great price! I wish I had them in 235/45s
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Sold my Accord with Yokohamas to my neighbor that drives Uber in the NYC area. They're at around 85k miles and the tread is just low enough now he wouldn't pass inspection. Wish I would have kept them and put them on my new car instead of the Kuhmo Solus that came with it. The Kuhmos are wearing tread so fast I'm going to need to replace them at ~25k miles.
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Would Discount Tire match the price? I have had great service with DT.

NVM. I need a 225-45-17
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Too bad. No 245/70r16
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I've never bought tires at Walmart, BUT I've had these for the last 2 go around of buying tires for my passat. I've loved them. From the midwest so I drive in crazy constructions and blizzards and downpours. They've never let me down and handle really well and they're not too loud. I am going to safely say that's about 7ish years of these tires.
Last time I was in Discount Tire (where I buy) they told me they're discontinuing these so I am assuming that's contributing to the price. I recommend giving these a try!
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T speed rated. Perfect for wifey driving kids and grocery shopping. Fwiw
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Pay a little more and get Continentals. They been great tires on my Civic for wear and snow
Bad results with '17 Civic EX hatch here. OEM Conti's Procontact are worse tire ever owned in 40 years. Very loud road noise which was so bad I almost replaced them at 800 miles. Horrible hydroplaning on wet Florida roads. Poor dry traction, as wheel spin always surprises me when I have to cut across traffic. Now, with 35,000 miles on them, tread life still looks good, but all the flaws are even worse. Many on the forums complain about sidewall bubble and prone to blowouts. Tirerack avg rating 7 out of 10. That is why I keep looking in threads like this for alternatives. Conti's suck, stay far away from these. https://www.tirerack.com/survey/S...D15HR7PCTX
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My oem tires are 235/65/17. Would these be ok to replace with?
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Walmart does not accept appointments and, in my experience, often has 2-3 hour waits. Might be worth it for tires at this price but beware if you ever need to get them rebalanced. I purchased their lifetime balancing option and regret it. Definitely try to get Discount to price match if possible.
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My oem tires are 235/65/17. Would these be ok to replace with?
You can search some car forums for your model to find the YMMV experiences. This tire will be shorter and narrower, each by a size.
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