I currently own a 2001 Buick Century with about 37,000 KM on it. I want to
change the tires from the factory General Ameri G4S to something that will
give me a smoother, quiet ride, and exceptional wet and snow traction. I
do not mind spending more $$ on tires. Heck, all that keeps the car on the
road are 4 rubber contact patches.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
I recently bought Continental Extreme Contact tires for our Silhouette from
www.tirerack.com and could not be more happy with them. Great combination
of ride, handling and traction. They are several steps above the Ameri G4S,
yet can be bought at a decent price.
I have a set of (used) Goodyear Aquatred III's on my Regal, and the
difference they make for summer driving wet and dry is amazing, even
over the Eagle LS that I had previous.
I'd recommend them (no experience, though for the winter season)
Quid quid latine dictum sit altum videtur.
(That which is said in Latin sounds profound.)
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