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Tire Size: 235/65R16/XL
Serv. Desc: 107T
UTQG: 700 A A
Max Load: 2149 lbs
Warranty (mi.) 75,000
Availability: Call for availability
4.3 out of 5Submitted by Randy in Oregon on 1/7/2015(2013 Acura RDX Base)
Incredibly quiet and great handling. I really couldn't believe the quiet smooth ride these tires deliver. The reason why I will look for another tire is the fuel efficiency. Despite their emphasis on "LRR" this tire has reduced my mpg by over 20% less than the Michelin tires that were on this vehicle previously. That is not good! This will cost me a lot of money at the pump over the life of these tires.
2.15 out of 5Submitted by Chuck in Massachusetts on 11/28/2014(2006 Toyota Highlander Base)
I would have given higher marks when new. But with the first snow storm of the 14-15 season I find that after only 40K miles, even though there is visible tread depth, these tires now stink in the snow. I slipped before every stop sign or light. Skidded in multiple turns. I didn't go more than 15 MPH with my daughter in the car! I had noticed some problems with wet traction this fall as well, thought it was just wind or the road, now I realize it was the tires. They also don't hold air very well anymore and need to be refilled every 2-3 months.
2.35 out of 5Submitted by Warren in Massachusetts on 7/31/2014(2006 Mercedes Benz E320 CDI Sedan)
Initially purchased this tire to get good fuel economy even though I was going to a larger wheel size. I like the idea of Lower Rolling Resistance tires. And the economy has been good but after 20k miles, the traction in wet conditions has been horrible. The tread is still showing the number 6, so I should have lots of tread depth left. Yet every time it rains, I slide when accelerating, on off ramps and on bumpy roads. I've had a few close calls when the tires lost grip with no warning. I slow down now when it rains. I restrict myself to cruising in the right lane on the highway with a long follow distance, hoping nothing bad happens.
4.85 out of 5Submitted by Jack in Massachusetts on 7/17/2014(2002 Volkswagen Passat GLS Wagon)
Great all around tyre. Would get again (plan to for my other vehicle too) and would recommend to others.
4.85 out of 5Submitted by Howard in Minnesota on 4/23/2014(2003 Volkswagen Golf GL)
Great tire. Excellent traction and control in dry, wet, and light snow. Drove through a blizzard with blowing snow with little trouble. In heavy wet snow, this tire does not have the needed bite, that's what dedicated snow tires are for. Looking to buy a set for my wife's car.
4.15 out of 5Submitted by Wil in Massachusetts on 3/4/2014(2002 Subaru Trucks Forester S)
I run these as my summer tire, so I have limited time driving these in snow. I find these to be quieter and have better hydroplaning resistance than the Firestones that these replace. I consider these a touring tire and they have met or exceeded my expectations in every area. I had significant engine work done just before purchasing the tires, so I am not sure about getting better mileage, but it does seem a little better. I have no complaints with these tires at all.
4 out of 5Submitted by Mark in Massachusetts on 2/25/2014(2007 Toyota Prius Base)
Our Nokian Entyre tires, purchased with a lifetime warranty/rotations/alignments, have provided great traction on dry, wet, and snowy roads over the past 5 months. They have proven to be superior to the Goodyear Integrity tires in all respects except for their slightly lower MPG.
4.3 out of 5Submitted by Paollilo in Ontario on 12/26/2013(2001 Audi TT Quattro 225 HP)
Very good one
5 out of 5Submitted by Christine in Massachusetts on 12/18/2013(2010 Chevrolet Cobalt LT (2LT))
Great all-season tires. Feeling a lot safer.
5 out of 5Submitted by Ronnie in Massachusetts on 12/11/2013(2007 Lincoln Town Car Signature)
They hum and are a hard tire, but good.
4.85 out of 5Submitted by Jim in Washington on 12/5/2013(2004 Honda Trucks Element EX)
Prior to putting these tires on my Element, I had a serious problem with hydroplaning. The road would only have to look wet. I no longer have that problem. Road noise is down dramatically. Great tires!
4.55 out of 5Submitted by Jim in Massachusetts on 12/5/2013(2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE)
Bought the eNTYRE as replacements for my 2012 Camry Hybrid with 45000 miles. I have only put a 1000 miles on the tires but they add a dramatic difference to the cars handling. The car previously handled like a mid 70s Buick with the OEM tires but got awesome gas mileage. I was hesitant to switch brands because of rolling resistance and gas mileage. The eNTYRE handles with a responsive feel, adds cornering ability to the car, and I'm able to maintain over 40 MPG overall as long as I don't drive too aggressively.
2.65 out of 5Submitted by Paul in Massachusetts on 11/3/2013(2010 Toyota Trucks Highlander Base)
I have had the WR and WRG2 on two cars a few years ago without any problems. I decided to give the Entyre a try and it just has not worked out on my Highlander. The wet traction is lacking and snow performance has been less than desirable. I paid more than competing brands and expected more, but that has not been the case. I have voiced my concerns to Nokian with little result. I have just about 40,000 miles on them and I think I will replace them in about 15-20,000 miles with something else.
5 out of 5Submitted by Erik in Massachusetts on 10/19/2013(2005 Toyota Camry LE)
I had never owned Nokian tires before, but what a difference! I can feel these tires at work the second the car moves and I know that I'm driving with a quality product. I have already recommended these tires to all of my friends. Worth the price and I feel that I've invested in a secure tire that will work for me. Bring on the winter!
5 out of 5Submitted by Tom in Massachusetts on 10/10/2013(2004 Infiniti G35 X Sedan w/Sport-Tuned Suspension)
Great performance tire! And I love the lifetime warranty for as long as I own my car!
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