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Pirelli Cinturato P7 All Season Plus 2 215/55R17 + Other Sizes $101

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Walmart has a few sizes of the Pirelli Cinturato P7 All Season Plus 2 for significantly cheaper than elsewhere. Make sure you get the plus 2 instead of the first generation as it has much better wet traction. Also double check that the price is significantly lower than any other reputable dealer as not all sizes are discounted and that walmart is the seller.

I missed out last time this was posted and just bought a set now. $101 per tire for arguably the best grand touring tires on the market for my camry.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/seort/663082573
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I bought the run flat version of these. I'd not recommend based upon my experience. My mpg has dropped from ~48mpg to 41mpg (Ford C-Max) and they are noisy.
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Quote from freeguy007 :
I bought the run flat version of these. I'd not recommend based upon my experience. My mpg has dropped from ~48mpg to 41mpg (Ford C-Max) and they are noisy.
Run flats are hella heavy. I'm interested in getting quiet tires for my EV... Michelin energy (the gold standard for prius owners, and my prior car) are no longer being sold at my costco so I need to find an alternative.

Any recommendation?
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Top notch reviews on TireRack. Thank you OP for finding a good deal on a terrific tire.
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I had the all season variants of the P4, P6, and P7 in different vehicles. Really liked them all. I found road noise very slightly increased over the OE eco Bridgestones, but considerably lower than the basement Goodyear Viva 3 that we installed before selling one of the vehicles.

Walmart installation pricing is the best around me.
Check review before you go any Walmart auto center. They usually have worse auto shop rates around my area.
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Sam's has the same size tire but with V rating instead of H for $110 each if you buy 4.
Is V rating better and worth the extra dollars.
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Quote from t0mmyr :
I need these in run flat or 235/45/r18 98v
Hold on let me google that for you. Choose your own elevator music while you wait.
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Sam's has the same size tire but with V rating instead of H for $110 each if you buy 4.
Is V rating better and worth the extra dollars.
Hold on let me google that for you. Choose your own elevator music while you wait.
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Slick price. I paid 155 each and they are awesome. I've got 20k miles on them and they are wearing faster than michelins. I would expect about 45k miles out of these - some reviews say they wear really fast. But on my 4cyl altima they are wearing about the 45k. Michelins last me 65k but they're twice the price so no brainer at this price. Don't hesitate.
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Slick price. I paid 155 each and they are awesome. I've got 20k miles on them and they are wearing faster than michelins. I would expect about 45k miles out of these - some reviews say they wear really fast. But on my 4cyl altima they are wearing about the 45k. Michelins last me 65k but they're twice the price so no brainer at this price. Don't hesitate.
Similar experience with two different Fusions -- about 50k before requiring replacement.
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Slick price. I paid 155 each and they are awesome. I've got 20k miles on them and they are wearing faster than michelins. I would expect about 45k miles out of these - some reviews say they wear really fast. But on my 4cyl altima they are wearing about the 45k. Michelins last me 65k but they're twice the price so no brainer at this price. Don't hesitate.
the tires come with 70000miles warranty though...
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same tire size different speed ratings. Be aware. 94H $101 94V $141, both sold by walmart.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Pirell.../663082573

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Pirell.../840802921
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same tire size different speed ratings. Be aware. 94H $101 94V $141, both sold by walmart.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Pirell.../663082573

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Pirell.../840802921
Unless you're taking the autobahn, you don't need V.
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the tires come with 70000miles warranty though...
you could burn through tread in a matter of minutes with less than a mile on the odometer.

it's all dependant upon individual's acceleration, braking, cornering, etc and the warranty provide against manufacturer defects UP TO 70k miles should the tire last that long... but beyond that you're on your own safety measures.
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225/40R18 is $150, that's not a deal, average price, darn.

None of the local Big-O's would honor their promotion for $140 off Continental either, what a joke.
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Make sure that you guys are warrantying (if that's even a word) your tires for the milage warranty. You can get a pro-rated refund for the mileage you put on the tires vs. what the warranty is for. I believe if you have under 4/32" and 2/32" of even tire wear is what they look for. Nice and simple way to get some $$$ back on your new tires.
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