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Bridgestone Dueler H/L 422 Ecopia

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For All Vehicles (3)   8.8

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Reviews of this Tire for All Vehicles (3 Total Reviews)

5 of 8 people found the following review helpful

  10.0

October 19, 2014
2007 SAAB 9-7X 4.2I/5.3I
Redford, MI
Driving Conditions: Mixed Dry Rain
Driving Style: Mixed Highway and City
Owned Tires for: 4 months
Miles Driven on Tires: 2000
Ride Comfort   10.0
Cornering/Steering   10.0
Ride Noise   10.0
Tread Life   10.0
Dry Traction   10.0
Wet Traction   10.0
Winter Traction N/A
Buy Tire Again Yes

Tire Pros

None Provided

Tire Cons

None Provided

These tire are much better than 3 sets before my new duelers. Very good
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful

  9.5

November 05, 2014
2012 BMW X5 /E70 35D
Henderson, NV
Driving Conditions: Mostly Dry
Driving Style: Mixed Highway and City
Owned Tires for: 4 months
Miles Driven on Tires: 2000
Ride Comfort   10.0
Cornering/Steering   9.0
Ride Noise   9.0
Tread Life N/A
Dry Traction   10.0
Wet Traction N/A
Winter Traction N/A
Buy Tire Again Likely

Tire Pros

Rides well, handles well

Tire Cons

Don't seem to get as good gas mileage as compared to the ones.

I am generally satisfied with this set of new tires especially with incentives from the factory.
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11 of 23 people found the following review helpful

  7.0

July 19, 2014
2008 ACURA MDX ALL
Ormond Beach, FL
Driving Conditions: Mostly Dry
Driving Style: Mostly Highway
Owned Tires for: 6 months
Miles Driven on Tires: 25
Ride Comfort   1.0
Cornering/Steering   9.0
Ride Noise   5.0
Tread Life   9.0
Dry Traction   9.0
Wet Traction   9.0
Winter Traction N/A
Buy Tire Again No

Tire Pros

fuel efficient cheap

Tire Cons

terrible at high speeds over 80 mph

I had to trade these tires back for Michelins. They are quiet and much less money but do not track well/handle well at high speeds over 80 mph. If you do mostly highway driving over 80 (i drive 85 routinely) avoid these ECO tires and go with Michelin. Perhaps, the Pirelli Eco tires may offer good handling at high speeds. I'm glad that I no longer have these tires on my vehicle.
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