I just put a set of these on my stock SXT alloys, and I have to say that they make a great difference is the way the car handles and rides. They also look great. The sidewall and tread design give this stocker car a very agressive look. I would recommend these tires to anyone that is replacing their stock 185's. Got a set with free shipping and stems from Discount Tire for $272.
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I had those on my last car they were Awesome in the snow when I got them. Then worked pretty good in the summer. Then when winter came again they were lubricated HOCKEY PUCKS. Had no grip at all. The second winter was hell and the third is when it(Suzuki Esteem) slammed into the back a Chrysler 300M and totaled itself. about 200 feet and slid all the way pumping the brakes and it was only 38 degrees F and drizzling. Oh yeah only going 30.
Will never buy them again. Get some BFG Traction TA's for my neon much better all the way around and even after a trip to Florida still work great this winter.
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I had both on my old lowered Nissan SE-R and saw the same degridation in bad weather as mentioned above. The BFG's were better in the bad weather and had gread straight line traction but the yoks kicked their but on the autocross course in good weather.