Passenger - High Performance All-Season

Key Features:
  • for all weather conditions
  • for driving sports coupe or sedan
  • blend of all-season traction with good handling
  • low profile tires
  • quite expensive

These particular all-season tires are made for good performance, while adding in wet capabilities. As with most tires labeled “All-Season” they should not actually be trusted in any kind of real winter conditions.

Tires are designed to provide year-round traction (even in light snow) through tread designs and compounds that remain flexible in the cold weather to help blend all-season traction with good handling



Economy Brands

American Tourer
Starfire

High Performance All-Season

  1. 84 Radar Dimax AS-8
    2016 Passenger - High Performance All-Season
  2. 82 Toyo Extensa HP II
    2017 Passenger - High Performance All-Season
  3. 82 Goodyear Eagle Sport All-Season
    2013 Passenger - High Performance All-Season
  4. 82 Falken Ziex ZE950 A/S
    2013 Passenger - High Performance All-Season
  5. 81 Lexani LX-Nine
    2010 Passenger - High Performance All-Season
  6. 79 Westlake SA07 Sport
    2012 Passenger - High Performance All-Season
  7. 78 Minerva EMI Zero HP
    2013 Passenger - High Performance All-Season
  8. 76 Kumho Solus KH16
    2008 Passenger - High Performance All-Season
  9. 76 BFGoodrich Advantage T/A
    2009 Passenger - High Performance All-Season
  10. 76 Nexen N5000 Plus
    2014 Passenger - High Performance All-Season