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I have not heard anyone mention these...
they are a new luxury performance tire designed for CUVs- and their most fuel efficient tire yet...

AND it comes in 255/65R- 18 which is exactly what the 18's are on the Traverse/Acadia/Enclave/Outlook
They are made by Toyo tires. Its the VERSADO CUV - 18" replacement tire- (OE Fitment).

When it comes time to replace my tires- I will most likely go with these.
Recently replaced the Goodyears on my 2007 Impala- with Toyo tires- Extensa's I think.
On the drive home- I kept looking for a large truck next to me- I could hear the low rumble from their exhaust... Not vehicles around me. Turns out the rumble was MY dual exhaust!!!!!!
WHAT A DIFFERENCE.
3 yrs after owning the car--- I finally HEARD the factory Dual exhaust on the car- the tires made less noise- that I could finally heard the exhaust.

Hope this new find helps you out....
 

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link is www.toyotires.com

in reference to my Impala- the Toyos were MUCH cheaper than the Goodyear Eagles.
 

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I heard that they are pretty nice. I think mikemu on the ACADIA Froum has them and loves them. My Forterras suck! I can't wait for them to wear out (probably sooner than later) so I can get a new set, something that last's longer than 30K (if I'm lucky) and alot more quiet.
 

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I like the look of the Toyo tires Versado or the Open Country. Look like a nice quiet tread design with good water evacuation. I've seen Open Country on some M-Class CUV's. Not sure if they were OE or not.
 

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I noticed Cooper has a CS4 Touring P255/65r18 for the Outlook (roughly $129.00 at Treaddepot.com as of 12/13/10) has anyone tried these yet? I've also seen that there is now a Hankook Verntus AS RH07 P255/65r18 at TireRack.com as well anyone using this tire?
 

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sjsjedi said:
I noticed Cooper has a CS4 Touring P255/65r18 for the Outlook (roughly $129.00 at Treaddepot.com as of 12/13/10) has anyone tried these yet? I've also seen that there is now a Hankook Verntus AS RH07 P255/65r18 at TireRack.com as well anyone using this tire?
Yep and they are still a good set tires after 10,000 miles. I can't wait to see how the toyo's do.
 

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I heard that they are pretty nice. I think mikemu on the ACADIA Froum has them and loves them. My Forterras suck! I can't wait for them to wear out (probably sooner than later) so I can get a new set, something that last's longer than 30K (if I'm lucky) and alot more quiet.
I have 37k on mine and still have 7/32 of tread. I do not drive like a Grandma either... They do okay for me in the snow, what are your gripes about them?
 

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what are your gripes about them?
mine are loud, really after a tire rotation and are wearing too fast, I'm at 28K and over 1/2 gone :mad: but I guess that's better than some.
 

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I have the Cooper CS4 touring tires on my Outlook and I really like the look of them. Not the quietest tire out there, but they are smooth. My wife really likes them. I hope to get more life out of them than the Goodyear tires we had on our Acadia. I just hope when I have to replace them I can afford new tires. I have the large 19" tires and can only image what they are going to cost.
 

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I also put the Cooper CS4s on - bought from tires-easy and had them shipped to an installer. I had over 50k on the GoodYears but they wined and wobbled the last 15k miles no matter what I did. These are much quieter and where much cheaper. Happy so far with about 8k on them.
 

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rbarrios said:
I have not heard anyone mention these...
they are a new luxury performance tire designed for CUVs- and their most fuel efficient tire yet...

AND it comes in 255/65R- 18 which is exactly what the 18's are on the Traverse/Acadia/Enclave/Outlook
They are made by Toyo tires. Its the VERSADO CUV - 18" replacement tire- (OE Fitment).
Thanks for the info. Are they priced better than the Goodyears?
 

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I really dont know what I'm going to do, I'd like to find a set of 19" OE wheels (actually I have for $549.00, set of 4 with center caps) and go that route because I like the looks of the 19's but it is hard to justify the cost on top of new tires. IDK we'll see I guess :-\
 

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doropallo said:
I am looking to get the GYs off our 2008 Outlook, had enough of them, and came across these Bridgestone Dueler H/L 422 Ecopia
http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires.jsp?tireMake=Bridgestone&tireModel=Dueler+H/L+422+Ecopia&partnum=565SR8HL422&vehicleSearch=false&fromCompare1=yes.

Going to have to take a serious look at these, I was thinking either Michelin or Nitto, but I have had Bridgestone in the past and they were a great tire. They are in our OEM size.
Looks like a nice tire, not as aggressive looking as the Forterras, kind of like the GY RSA's.
 

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rbarrios said:
I have not heard anyone mention these...
they are a new luxury performance tire designed for CUVs- and their most fuel efficient tire yet...

AND it comes in 255/65R- 18 which is exactly what the 18's are on the Traverse/Acadia/Enclave/Outlook
They are made by Toyo tires. Its the VERSADO CUV - 18" replacement tire- (OE Fitment).

When it comes time to replace my tires- I will most likely go with these.
These are the tires that are replacing the OE Forteras for me (now at about 47k miles). Hopefully I will have them installed this week.
 

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34K, almost to the wear bars. Going into winter I was'nt willing to risk it.
 
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