jk47 wrote: First, is everyone still happy with the Hankook Optimo H727 ...
Or, I have about 17k miles on the Contis. Is that too many to just replace the one?
I have Avid's V4S on the FX35 AWD snow performance is bellow terrible. OMG, i think i would have better traction with bare rim lol. No wonder why TRZ got crap reviews for snow performance.ntwrkd wrote:Just replaced my OEM Conti's at 32,500 miles with Hankook Optimo H727 225/60R/17. The Conti's were terrible. I was looking at the Yoko Avids everyone likes but on Tirerack and ConsumerReports, the Hankook's got rave reviews. Very hard to find a negative review on these tires. The Yoko's did not fare well in the snow and ice categories on CR ratings. We get our fair share of snow here in the Hudson Valley of NY and thats what sealed my decision. They are great tires and I highly recommend them especially if you have to drive in snow. Compare the Avid TRZ and Hankooks on Tirerack. I'll attach a comparison from CR as I am a subscriber..
I have the TRZ's and have no experience with them in snow as my Rogue gets a pair Of Nokian Hakkapeliitta's during the winter.bokito wrote:No wonder why TRZ got crap reviews for snow performance.
Idacrue,IdaCrue wrote:The "Universal" TPMS sensor they installed never did work. They ordered and installed an OEM sensor from Nissan. The OEM sensor didn't pickup either, so I took the Rogue to my Nissan dealer and they used one of their "tools" to reset the TPMS system free of charge. The warning light is off now and everything is working fine.
My wife's Mazda2 is the complete opposite. You can program new TPMS sensors without going to the dealer. It's ridiculously simple too! Why doesn't every mfg do this???daytrippr wrote:there was a special tool for everything
My wife's car is a Sprited Green Mazda2 with the convenience package. She absolutely loves it.kerrton wrote:Every time we see a 2, in particular a green one, she gets excited......sorry to get off topic.