Question about Toyota Highlander
I have a 2006 Toyota Highlander with 225/70/16 tires on it. I live in north Texas where heat is more an issue than any snow or ice. I'm at my 30K service appt right now and have learned that I need 1-2 new tires and wheel alignment. The car currently has its original tires which are Bridgestone. The Toyota dealership has Goodyear Integrity tires here they could put on it. I called a Goodyear shop near my house and they suggested Toyo Open Country HT tires. I want safe, quiet, smooth riding, best mileage tires for the car. I don't drive off road much and I usually drive around the DFW metropolitan area with 1-2 times a year cross country driving on the interstates.
The duelers work pretty good for me. But if I had the money Michelins are the best.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
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