Passenger - Premium Touring All-Season

Key Features:
  • more gripping power in wet conditions
  • responsive handling with noise and ride comfort
  • low rolling resistance
  • often used as original equipment
  • 13 to 18 fitments available
  • Generally more comfortable and lower noise
  • Lower fuel use than UHP tires
  • Not ideal on high performance vehicles (Porsche, BMW)

These tires feature substantially more gripping power in wet conditions, along with the smooth ride and low rolling resistance of their summer counterparts. Although many do have somewhat more light winter capability than UHP all-seasons, for example, most of them are still not winter-capable in any real sense.

Grand Touring All-Season tires are often used as Original Equipment and place more emphasis on handling and high-speed capabilities than Standard Touring tires

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Mid-Range Brands


Economy Brands

Evergreen
Goodride
Star Performer
Supermax

Premium Touring All-Season

  1. 88 Continental AllSeasonContact
    2017 Passenger - Premium Touring All-Season
  2. 86 General Altimax RT43
    2013 Passenger - Premium Touring All-Season
  3. 85 Goodyear Assurance WeatherReady
    2017 Passenger - Premium Touring All-Season
  4. 85 Pirelli Cinturato P7 All Season Plus
    2012 Passenger - Premium Touring All-Season
  5. 84 Westlake RP18
    2016 Passenger - Premium Touring All-Season
  6. 84 Goodyear Vector 4Seasons Gen-2
    2015 Passenger - Premium Touring All-Season
  7. 83 Milestar MS932 Sport
    Passenger - Premium Touring All-Season
  8. 83 Supermax TM-1
    2017 Passenger - Premium Touring All-Season
  9. 83 Michelin CrossClimate+
    2017 Passenger - Premium Touring All-Season
  10. 83 Michelin Premier A/S
    2014 Passenger - Premium Touring All-Season