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Michelin CrossClimate+ Grand Touring All Season Tires (195/65R15 95V XL) EXPIRED

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Online Tires has Michelin CrossClimate+ Grand Touring All Season Tires (195/65R15 95V XL) on sale for $77.02 - $7.70 w/ promo code OLT10 = $69.32. Shipping is free. Thanks MrRuffles
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Michelin CrossClimate+ tires are $77.02 with free S/H.
Coupon code OLT10 takes 10% off, for a final price of $69.32.

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Even civics have had 16" wheels for many years now as the cheapest/lowest selection (many have 17s). Like others have been saying, there's not a whole lot out there that takes 15" tires any longer except for maybe a few subcompact cars like Mazda2s or Honda Fits.
I have a 2007 civic and uses this exact tire size. Too bad I not in the market.
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Wish these were 16s
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They would fit, but your speedo will be off. A 65 tire will have a slightly taller sidewall. At 50mph, you're actually going 48, greater difference as you go faster, for instance, at 80, you're actually going 77.
Awesome, wouldn't really make a difference.. Might actually save me a speeding ticket
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Tread is kind of odd looking on these, is it meant for better traction on snow ice vs other all seasons? I've never seen tread like that.
I think it's just their unique thread design but they are severe snow service rated (3PMSF). I've noticed recently a few all-season tires with severe snow service ratings with aggressive threads that look like winter tires...
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These will fit to Honda fit (I think) but after you factored in the installation, which is about $30 to $40 per tire, you won't save much if compare to Costco (comes with life time tire rotation and repair)
Dont listen to idiots like these. Most places charge $15-20 per tire. Go to americastire/discounttire u get free lifetime balancing and rotating as well. Much less of a hassle than costco. Have had these tires only a few days but seem to work well and make no noise.
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These will fit my 2013 Prius.
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Does anybody know if these Michelin CrossClimate+ Grand Touring All Season Tires are directional or not?
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Even civics have had 16" wheels for many years now as the cheapest/lowest selection (many have 17s). Like others have been saying, there's not a whole lot out there that takes 15" tires any longer except for maybe a few subcompact cars like Mazda2s or Honda Fits.
These fit on a 2012 civic lx
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Does anybody know if these Michelin CrossClimate+ Grand Touring All Season Tires are directional or not?
Yes, the CrossClimate+'s are directional. We can infer that from the tread design and is also confirmed by the marketing schpeel/product description. Hope that helps!
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The CrossClimate+ features a multiple condition-focused compound molded into a highly directional tread pattern with nearly solid transverse ribs for handling stability and dry traction. Wide lateral grooves and open shoulders provide a direct path to evacuate water from beneath the contact patch for hydroplaning resistance, while the bevel-edged tread blocks provide grip on damp surfaces. 3D self-locking sipes create additional biting edges for foul-weather traction, and Emerging Grooves in the shoulders help retain confident winter traction as the tire wears. The biting edges combined with the specialized compound deliver the traction needed to receive the three-peak mountain snowflake (3PMSF) symbol.
Side note: This website has many brands of tires I have not heard before. Interesting.
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Does anyone here have experience with Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+ tires? Costco has them for just under $600 for 4 installed.

Btw if you're looking for some deals, I don't know if they're still offering them but I got 4 Laufen tires at Sears a few years ago for around $25 a tire. For a basic non-performance car they're just fine.
Those are high performance all weather tires. Awesome tires but most people can get away with cheaper tires.
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Even civics have had 16" wheels for many years now as the cheapest/lowest selection (many have 17s). Like others have been saying, there's not a whole lot out there that takes 15" tires any longer except for maybe a few subcompact cars like Mazda2s or Honda Fits.
Not always. After years 2016+ in the US, yes. Before that, even my cousin's 2015 civic LX had 15s. In fact, exactly the tire size of this deal.
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Does anyone here have experience with Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+ tires? Costco has them for just under $600 for 4 installed.

Btw if you're looking for some deals, I don't know if they're still offering them but I got 4 Laufen tires at Sears a few years ago for around $25 a tire. For a basic non-performance car they're just fine.
I hear they are good. They just released Pilot Sport A/S 4 to replace the 3+
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At 10% off price elsewhere [prioritytire.com], this is a lukewarm deal.

Make sure you check the manufacturing date once you receive the tires:
https://www.tireamerica.com/resou...-date-code
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Quote from globetrotter365
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At 10% off price elsewhere [prioritytire.com], this is a lukewarm deal.

Make sure you check the manufacturing date once you receive the tires:
https://www.tireamerica.com/resou...-date-code
Where are you finding 10% off for Priority Tire?

The best I've seen in the past is $10 off an entire order but right now I only see a code for $5 off or 5% off for active military/veterans.
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More like 16". That was point of my post. 15" was the standard for base years ago.
Run em anyway. You good with math? You can calculate your actual MPH on the fly now
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