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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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Killer find for my 2016 corolla, daily commuter gas saver!!! Never had a bad experience with a Michelin tire. This is 15 bucks less than Walmart online on sale. Thanks Op!
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Sorry, didn't realize that there was a lower end model than what I have (I have a LX - honestly thought there was only 3 trim models LX, EX, & Si). I mean I can't imagine that you could get any ceaper than what I have LOL. What does it not have power locks? Manual roll up windows? Anyway, you guys are missing the point that I and a few others were making, 15" wheels aren't being used much anymore and are getting to be like 14" ones were 10 years ago. I have a 25 year old 2wd Toyota pickup that had 15" wheels on it and got a flat 2 years ago. The spare wasn't full sized and needed a set of new tires anyway because the old Michelins were dry rotted. Went to a Mr Tire and they said that they don't really stock many 15" tires anymore but they could order them but I wanted to take care of this right away. Left there and went to pep boys and same story. Went to a Walmart and they had nothing that was even close either. So I said screw these big chain stores and I'll go to a mom and pop shop and they had 3 in the size I needed but they were 3 different brands. Got the one Goodyear tire for the time being but promptly installed 16" wheels on the thing so next time I was in a jam I could go anywhere and not stress about finding tires in stock. There was a time when 15" tires were significantly cheaper than 16s but you can't even make that argument anymore. 15" wheels just plain suck.
Not every civic at the lowest trim and/or with 15" wheels means there's nothing. My cousin's 2015 civic lx has 15" wheels, tire size 195/65/16, and yes, there's power windows. Not everyone wants a sunroof, a fancy radio, leather seats, powered seats, memory seats, auto climate control, you name it. Some people just wants the most basic things, they just want a car to drive from point A to point B.

Your original comment said EVERY civic have had 16" wheels now for many years, which isn't simply true now that you have noticed. Now you are justifying your point by saying how 15" wheels suck, which is totally off the point you are trying to say in the beginning.

Also, 15" wheels don't suck, what makes you think of that? Sure, tire width has to do with it, but for the average person, it doesn't matter to them. I have driven civics with 15" wheels, for everyday regular driving, they work fine. Not everyone wants to race or go to the track to burn tires.
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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've had Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+ on my 2015 Lexus IS 250 for the past 3 years. After ~3 years and ~30K miles, the tires were worn so I just replaced them with Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 4 a week ago. Hard to really quantify how the tires performed, especially without being able to compare them to back-to-back to a different tire, but I had no complaints. Relatively quiet, no issues driving in Seattle's rain. They are highly rated.
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I've had Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+ on my 2015 Lexus IS 250 for the past 3 years. After ~3 years and ~30K miles, the tires were worn so I just replaced them with Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 4 a week ago. Hard to really quantify how the tires performed, especially without being able to compare them to back-to-back to a different tire, but I had no complaints. Relatively quiet, no issues driving in Seattle's rain. They are highly rated.
Thanks. In my 10 years living in Seattle, I had Michelins much of the time, and liked them. Earlier models of course (on car AND bike), but I doubt they change THAT much. It both rains and snows harder here in NYC, so I need something that can handle the elements but still be fun to drive in better weather.

Btw, I left in 2012. Has it really changed that much and would I even recognize it? The Viaduct's fully down and SLU is booming, I understand. I've got to visit again someday. Miss it a lot.
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Discover card holders can also get 5% back by paying with their Discover via PayPal.
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Does the code work for any size?
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What car needs Extra-Load tires and has 15" rims?
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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)
i install my own.. its quite simple... youtube it
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What car needs Extra-Load tires and has 15" rims?
obese passengers duh Smilie
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If i needed 15s in this size i would get it.
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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.
I think you are the opposite. Taller side wall make the actual speed higher than the speedometer. Because car calculate speed based on rev. Now one rev travels longer, but car still think it travels the same distance. But not a big deal. Speedometer has margin of error itself
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These fit Tesla Model 3?
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Don't need another tire for my kid's big wheel...Where are the deals on the twenties???
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I have to claim BS to all of your claims. I have a 2008 sitting in the driveway with steel wheels and guess what, they're 16". And before you guys say that it's an upgraded model, it's about as base as you can get (no steering wheel controls, sunroof, power trunk release, etc). And I had jast came from a junk yard 2 weeks ago which had dozens of civics from all kinds of years and the only ones with anything smaller than 16" were ones from the early 2000s.
Edit. - Just came from tire rack and the only options for my vehicle are 16" & 17". Doubt anything newer would have smaller tires than that.
Don't doubt, check instead. Go to tire rack and enter 2014 Civic LX Sedan, mine came with power windows, radio and cellular call controls on steering wheel, trunk button on remote, power doors, lcd screen for rear view camera so maybe not highest package but most that I need and the only option tire rack shows is 15", so you can take your BS and eat it.
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My 95 Chevy G20 shagwagon takes 235/75-15's. Need a set soon.
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