ukrkoz, Is that the Yokohama Geolander GO55? Do you use the stock air pressure in those? (I see the maximum pressure is higher, 51 vs. 44, but perhaps that's meaningless.) Thanks.
There's now a third choice - All Weather Tires which can be used year round with better handling on snow than All Season and better tread life/handling/braking than snow tires.Now, I will always say - for winter use winter tires. Don't complain at summer tires or all season tires that they do not behave right on snow. Not meant to.
Yes to all that advice. Think LRR and the ultimate answer to everything in the universe. 42There is none. Everyone has belly button, everyone has oil and tire preference.
If you need good mpg, you need low rolling resistance tires. From that on........ choices a plenty.
I will vouch without shade of doubt for Yokohamas. I LUV those tires.