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Which tires?

loverofcarsloverofcars Member Posts: 2
edited March 2019 in Toyota
I have the choice between Cooper Adventure H/T, Michelin premier LTX, Pirelli Scorpion STR, Hankook RA33, Goodyear Eagle RS-A. I have hankook on my work truck and they seem fine. Not getting any additional road noise that I noticed. Pricing is
Goodyear Eagle RS-A $421.96
Hankook Ra33 481.96
Cooper Adventure H/T 367.96
Pirelli Scorpion STR 427.98
Michelin Premier LTX 557.96

Those include installation+road hazard from pepboys

Tires I have on my cars right now are Michelin Premier LTX. Front have lots of thread left while rear 2 are starting to crack so need to get the front moved to rears and replaced the rears that will go on the front. My car only has 55k miles and I am surprise the michelins from factory last this long. Can still go but the cracking is making me nervous because the tires look like they have 25% left. I got the 2 fronts bout 7k miles ago I think but not to long ago.
I have Hankook on my worktruck and they seem to be fine but they are on a toyota tacoma 2017 4 cylinder which is I think 16 inches.
I had Cooper tires on my lexus is 250 awd but again those tires are smaller.
I know goodyear is a good budget friendly brand plus nascar use them and most police force uses goodyears.

This is for a 2013 venza v6 with the 245/50R20
I don't really care what I get but I can afford either so doesn't really matter to me. Only downside is the michelins are rated at 60k while the hankook is rated at 65k and the Pirelli and the Goodyear. I don't know bout the cooper it doesn't say on the pepboys website.

https://pepboys.com/tires/sby/245/50/20/2013/TOYOTA/VENZA/V6-3456%203.5L%20DOHC/2WD/2
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  • kyfdxkyfdx Moderator Posts: 187,316
    Man... those 20" optional tires hurt the pocketbook!

    I like to use Tirerack.com for consumer reviews and test ratings.

    The Michelins have lasted a long time. If you an stomach the extra cost, I'd sure pick those again, regardless of the mileage claims from the manufacturer.

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  • loverofcarsloverofcars Member Posts: 2
    Yeah I just got the michelins from tiresimple as they have a $50 off on 400 or more :D so more saving on michelins. I got michelins primacy. I wish toyota would have put the 18 inch like they put on the highlander or the lexus rx350(which it looks almost like and is almost identical in size even though venza is based on the camry platform) I do like the design of the rims but I could live without having 20 inch and that is the only downsize for me lol.
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