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5 out of 5Submitted by Tom in OH on 9/5/2012(2010 Honda Insight EX)
I drive a Honda Insight 2010, tire size 175-65/15. Have put on 15,000 miles, with 8/32" tread left on the tires. The Insight is a light weight car, even so these tires are quite good in ride comfort and outstanding in noise level. Most of my driving is on the interstate, speeds 55 - 70, even so I got about a 2 mpg increase by putting on these tires, 44.8 mpg on a long 1,200 mile trip. The car has 65,000 miles on it.Its a far cry from the 15,000 miles from the stock tires(Dunlop).
5 out of 5Submitted by Paul in IN on 9/5/2012(2009 Subaru Outback 2.5i Limited)
I drive 950 miles a week to and from work mostly on 2 lane roads. Purchased this tire to replace Michelins. While the Michelin tires were a very good tire, this is a much quieter tire with much better ride. Traction was good in snow. Handling was alot better than with the Michelins. I would not hesitate to buy these tires again.
5 out of 5Submitted by Keith in IN on 9/5/2012(2009 Honda Accord EX)
I bought this set of passenger touring due to the noise level and comfort of ride. I love them! Quiet, great handling and better than what I expected. I have already spoken to several people about them.
5 out of 5Submitted by Kevin in MI on 9/5/2012(2007 Hyundai Sonata Limited)
I would give these tires a 9.5/10 on all counts. Quiet, smooth, brakes well on dry and wet surfaces, cornering good given the size and suspension of the car. Unfortunately, hardly any snow this winter, but what we had, the tires were great. I also put these tires on a 2009 Sion xB, and the wear on both cars has been excellent. I have the tires rotated and alignment checked every oil change. I highly recommend the Ecopia tires.
5 out of 5Submitted by Steve in MI on 9/5/2012(2011 Toyota Prius Base)
These tires perform much better than the Yokohama Avid S on my Prius. I saw an increase in my mpg by about 2-3mpg. They do give off a floaty feeling but almost all LRR tires give off a floaty feeling. I recommend changing your stock tire from Yokohama to something else. My brake issue when driving and hitting bumps went away as soon as I replaced them with tires that had more traction. If you drive a Prius and would like to save on gas I recommend getting these tires. Especially when there is a $70 mail-in-rebate going on.
5 out of 5Submitted by John in MO on 9/5/2012(2008 Nissan Altima 2.5 Sedan)
The tires felt great when first installed and have performed great. I have driven in fairly heavy rain and had no issues. The ride feels smoother than the previous/factory tires. These are the new tire for my car.
5 out of 5Submitted by Phil in PA on 9/5/2012(2005 Toyota Camry XLE)
The Ecopia EP422 is an excellent grand touring tire with low rolling resistance. It's particularly well suited to cars like the Toyota Camry that aren't overtly sporty. Other than LRR, the most noteworthy characteristics (to me, anyway) of the tires in their first 900 miles of use have been the fine ride quality and low levels of noise.
5 out of 5Submitted by Edward in WI on 9/5/2012(2008 Toyota Corolla S)
Put these on my wife's car . The ride is great and the road noise is really great you can hold a conversion now with out yelling at each other . I will have to buy tires for my Camry Hybird in about 6 months and these are what I will get . Plus her mileage has increased 4 miles to the gallon
5 out of 5Submitted by Adam in MN on 9/5/2012(2008 Volkswagen Jetta SEL)
I have a Jetta 2.0 so loads of power it does not have. My immediate observation when I had these installed was that the car felt faster on take-off. Not talking corvette fast but it struggled less to get up to speed I was really feed up with this car lugging around its weight but I'm much happier. I'm not affiliated in any way with Bridgestone but the low rolling resistence of these tires are apparent. My rpm on the highway also dropped and I kid you not of about 1000rpm. Yesterday I had to do a fast launch into a intersection and was surprise to not here any slip, also should mention that I did the typical steering wheel side to side when I first drove on them and wasn't expecting that much grip at all from these tires! So in closing if your looking for a wicked deal tire for something with a weak engine so far I can't see how I could of made a better choice. I rarely review but always read then for this I had to. Good job Bridgestone hope you keep these goingqn
5 out of 5Submitted by Janet in MA on 9/5/2012(2009 Honda Trucks CR-V EX-L)
Much quieter than the original Continentals that came with the car. I have 2k on these tires so far and have noticed a vast improvement in wet & dry traction. I have also seen a 3 mi increase in my fuel economy. Highly recommend this tire.
5 out of 5Submitted by Jim in PA on 9/5/2012(1999 Infiniti I30 T)
So far the mileage has improved approx. 2.5 miles per gal on the highway, very impressed as I didn't believe the ad. I've read about steering response issues, but these tires made a new car out of my I30 especially on curves. I just purchased another set for another vehicle because they're very quiet on the interstate. These tires walked through the water without hydro planing or pulling. I will have to see how they do in ice and snow, the tread is very flexible so should be good on ice. Extremely pleased with these tires as I have purchased many brands over 35 years of driving.
5 out of 5Submitted by Wes in PA on 9/5/2012(2010 Toyota Prius Base)
A fantastic, inexpensive American-made tire. Tires are quiet, have great traction and help deliver great mileage. I have experienced no problems in highway driving, turning, or braking. They are so good I will probably get them for my compact SUV. I could not be happier with these tires, especially considering the price.
5 out of 5Submitted by Karen in NJ on 6/13/2012(2005 Lexus ES330 Base)
These are the best tires I have had on my car. Great handling, traction and it does help with the fuel. I would recommend these tires to anyone.