Passenger All-Season tires are for drivers who want a combination of a smooth ride, good wear and S- or T-speed rated durability along with all-season traction, including in light snow. Passenger All-Season tires branded with the M+S symbol are often used as Original Equipment (O.E.) on standard coupes, sedans and family vans, as well as some entry-level pickup, crossover and sport utility vehicles.

O.E. Passenger All-Season tires are typically purchased as direct replacements for worn-out pairs/sets of the vehicle’s original tires. They can also be used for other vehicle applications in complete sets of four or axle pairs if available in an appropriate size, load range and speed rating to match the existing O.E. tires’ performance category and specifications.

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  1. I drive on interstate highways at posted speed limits, 65 mph. OEM tires and I am purchasing another set of the same tires. Getting 88,000 miles on a set of tires for a front wheel drive van is OK by me. I do rotate the tires about every 10 to 12k. All 4 tires are at the wear bar right now. I’m reading the other reviews that do not have very high rating for this tire and hoping that the new tires perform as well as the old. They are not the cheapest tie available for this vehicle. But I have a Subaru Forester that has Yokohama Geolandar tires that got 100,000 miles on the first set. I bought a second set of them as well. So, I have become a fan of the Yokohama tire brand.

  2. I got these tires already on my 2014 Dodge Caravan , and they are probably one of they worst sets of tires I have ever had . I was really surprised because , Yokohama’s are usually great tires . I have zero traction in the snow , or in the rain . Even sometimes when i am pulling out into traffic the tires spin on dry ground . Then I have people laughing at me , because they think that I am trying to burnt out in a Minivan . All that said i would have been better off with a set of Mickey Thompson’s on the van , they probably would have had more traction . It is like these tires are set of baloney skins . So I will be purchasing new set of tires from the Tire Rack very soon . Last time around I bought Continental Direct Contact tires,and they were a awesome set of tires . And Tire Rack was very helpful and quick to get my order out . Hope this helps and good luck!!!!

  3. These tires came stock with my 2008 Lancer ES. I have 33 000 miles on them, rotated every 6000 miles and have gone thru two winters with them. The treadlife on the side of the tire is in the low 300s so I knew tread life wouldnt last long, but am surprised that I got 30K miles out of them. Traction is fair, no good in deep snow, dry traction is pretty good for this car, road noise is ok, more noise with less tread.

  4. Came stock on my ’12 Impreza. One day I almost died because the tires wouldn’t stop in 300 feet from 40mph while it was raining, they just leisurely slid along the road like a sled. Stopped about 1 foot into the intersectionDry traction is pretty good, I can go around ramps at 48mph on a dry day with hot tires. Could definitely be much better though.Responsiveness… don’t get me started. Try doing cones, you’ll slide all over the place no matter what speed you’re at, you won’t even know what it’s responding to anymore.Light snow is surprisingly infinitely worse than deep snow. I can do normal driving on 30mph roads in 5 inches of snow, but if I go 5mph in a half inch, I’m likely to run up a tree. Ice is bad obviously, they’re not winter tires.Never buying again, buying michelins next time, these are overpriced for the lack of R&D that clearly went into them.

  5. Hard to say whether it’s a good, great, or poor tire, as it’s the only one I’ve had on my Grand Caravan (factory equipment), so some ratings might be different if I’d had different tires on the car to compare with. Ride is OK, but it seems a little harsh at low speeds on broken pavement and separation strips. Good ride at highway speeds. Noise is OK; low tread noise, but some “thumping” is obvious on separation strips. Wet traction is OK too, but I haven’t had any emergency situations or real hydroplaning conditions. Snow traction is poor–tread does not clean at all, snow just packs the tread, making it have the effectiveness of a bald tire. First gear on this car is very low, which doesn’t help in getting it going. Ice traction? Gimme a break–only chains or studded tires are any good on ice. Response to steering input seems pretty quick; again, nothing to compare it with. Wear at 17K miles indicates a probable life of 40-45 thousand miles. Sorry, don’t have a tread depth gauge.

  6. Overall, I am very pleased with this tire. Very even tread wear, acceptable road noise and the tires still have many miles before they will need replaced. However, at 30,000 miles they are beginning to hydroplane a little. I have ordered a set of AVID touring to replace them because of the hydroplaning.

  7. These tires are horrible on my 2014 Chrysler Town & Country. I constantly drive in fear in snow that I will be sliding through a stop sign or into a ditch. Considering I am taking 4 children to and from school in the winter that can be quite scary for all of us to go sliding through an intersection. I can’t wait until I have the money to buy new tires to replace these awful ones! Even on wet pavement with barely any gas these tires spin.

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