Eagle LS (“Luxury Sport”) tires are Goodyear’s Grand Touring All Season tires developed to deliver a smooth quiet ride and all-season traction, even in light snow. And while this makes them an appropriate choice for many of today’s domestic and imported luxury sedans, Goodyear Eagle LS tires are also used as Original Equipment on minivans, crossovers, sport utility vehicles and specialty pickup trucks.

Eagle LS tires have a symmetric, independent tread block design featuring computer-optimized block sizes to minimize tread noise for a quiet ride. Wide circumferential channels help evacuate water from beneath the contact patch to enhance wet traction while sipes provide hundreds of biting edges for traction in light snow. The tire’s internal structure features twin steel belts reinforced by nylon (varies depending on size and speed requirements) for strength and high-speed durability.

SIZEUTQGMAX.
LOAD
Max. Inflation PressureTread DepthTire WeightRim Width RangeMeas. Rim WidthSect. WidthTread WidthOverall Diam.Revs. Per Mile
P185/60R15
84T
360 A B1,102 lbs44 psi10/32"18 lbs5-7"5.5"7.4"5.9"23.7"880
P205/60R16
91T
360 A B1,356 lbs44 psi10/32"19 lbs5.5-7.5"6"8.2"6.1"25.7" 
P205/60R16
91T
360 A B1,356 lbs44 psi10/32"19 lbs5.5-7.5"6"8.2"6.1"25.7" 
P255/65R16
106S
360 A B2,094 lbs44 psi12/32"28 lbs7-9"7.5"10.2"7.4"29.1"713
P235/60R17
103S
360 A B1,929 lbs50 psi10/32"29 lbs6.5-9"7"9.4"7.5"28.1" 

7 COMMENTS

  1. I got rid of the original Goodyear LS tires that first came with my Murano after 18900 miles (5 years). I tried Continental Crosscontact LX20’s with ecoplus tires which were much smoother and quieter but allowed more leaning when cornering and straight line steering wasn’t sharp and precise like the first Goodyears. I had to go back to the original Goodyears and sure enough, the sporty handling and sharp steering came back. The tire dealer also stated that aftermarket tires are always better quality than the (mass produced) originals that first came with the car and said that these LS tires should last about 50,000 miles (or 6 years maximum) even without any warranty that people pay extra for on most tires anyways. The downside is I’ll have to take it easy on snow and ice just like before so until other tire companies start making sport performance tires like these for the 2009 to 2014 Nissan Muranos, I’ll just stick with the Goodyears for now. Owner’s of the newer Muranos’ might want to try these tires if they want the sportier handling of the earlier Muranos’ and don’t mind a stiffer ride. If you drive on the highway a lot at night then smoother tires aren’t always a good idea anyways! They also aren’t too bad on wet roads either!

  2. I don’t inderstand why Audi provides these tires with its luxury cars. Worse tires ever. Avoid buying these if you are looking for ride confort and good wet road traction.

  3. I live in the Pacific North West, driving in all level of rain situation (mostly wet and cold). Trust me, we do know how to drive in the rain. These tries make me feel I am driving on the snow all the time! As least I know my traction control is working. Very poor on wet roads. On dry roads they perform much better comparing on wet roads. The bottom line is, don’t waste your money, there are so many other better selections out there. Unless the sale is so good that is almost free, otherwise choose something else.

  4. The Eagle Luxury Sport is a fine value-based tire, appropriate for the suspensions and road conditions most American Sedans and Minivans face daily. With the mean age of most American vehicles at 8 or so years, refitting your car with Eagle LS will leave you feeling like you got a good deal on some new shoes for your aging ride. Ours are on my Mom’s Chevy Cobalt and the 205 width delivers the reasonable handling we got when the car was new. Eagle LS offers decent all-weather traction, stopping grip, a low road-noise tread pattern, good mileage when properly inflated. I feel better knowing that there is enough steel belting and carbon fiber to not blow out at the first big Spring pothole. The Eagle LS is not a “Performance” tire, it’s compounded to let you avoid city knuckleheads and suburban potholes, yet be quiet and durable.

  5. After 16,000 miles dealer says I need to replace all 4 tires and for Goodyear’s that seems pretty lousy for tires that cost just as much as most Michelins and Continentals!! These tires did good on dry pavement and cornering but in the winter it was below average for ice and snow grip (in wet conditions it was an average performer though)! I also felt even the smallest cracks in the pavement and tire noise was somewhat noisy even though my car is well insulated from most outside sounds. Nissan should choose better tires for their new cars or at least offer buyers the option to switch to better tires during the sell and add or subtract the cost difference to the lease or finance! I won’t buy these because their expensive but lousy performers in most categories!

  6. I don’t understand the rating of these tires on here. Before these I had a set of Primacy MXV4 and ContiProContact, and if i were to take low and high speed turns with those the way I do with these Eagle LS tires, I’d end up causing an accident. They just don’t hold the road as well, yet the ratings suggest the complete opposite. Also, treadwear is excellent considering my spirited driving style, probably because they don’t slide all over the place. Wet traction is good and comparable to the MXV4.Bottom line : great dry performance, fun, and will probably wear at the same rate as a higher rated mileage tire when driven aggressively.

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