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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-11-2017, 04:36 AM Thread Starter
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2011 outlander gx4 which tyres ?

Can anybody recommend which tyres are good for a 2011 outlander gx4 manual, I've had uniroyal 380 fitted and although they are good, they are worn out after 10,000 miles, my last vehicle was a Navara and I got at least 25,000 out of the tyres, many thanks for your help grahami

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well uniroylas wont go on again
wonder why the low km life .. softer tyre compound or low profile maybe

I would check other brand makers tyres offered ... in your part of the world
..specifically for SUV s.

list of the range of uniroyals


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Tires are subjective a bit because driving habits and conditions help determine what your after. Do you drive 99% on pavement and 1% on a gravel alley? 1000's of miles on gravel back roads? Severe winter conditions so below are the tires I have had in the past 9 years.

On my 04 I bough it with Yokohama Geolanders which I finished off and wasn't impressed by and replaced them with Falken Ziex 912 tires which were great for rain, but any kind of mud and snow might as well have has slicks on. Also fell short on their expected mileage rating and Falken refused to honor the difference because I didn't have full paper work with odometer readings for every rotation and swap. So for summer tires I moved to Yokohama envigor tires which are classified more as a touring tire and have a much higher mileage rating than the 912's did and they still work on road really well wet or dry. Didn't really test them in any early snow falls or mud since I put my winter tires on a bit early this year due how busy I was around the beginning of winter.

My Nissan Frontier came with BFG Longtrails... which are such a medicore tire I cannot come up with a good or bad thing to say about them except in 9 years with the Outlander I have never once hydroplaned and with the long trails on the truck I did. For winter tires it has Yokohama Ice Gaurd tires.

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I would read local car magazine - look for tire test.

You might have to go to your local library and look through last years magazines.

You can do that online too ....
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