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Tire Size: P265/65R17
Serv. Desc: 110T
UTQG: 520 A B
Max Load: N/A
Warranty (mi.) 60,000
Availability: Call for availability
4.45 out of 5Submitted by Liz in Florida on 11/18/2014(2005 Toyota Highlander Base)
I just bought these today 11/18/14 and the change in the driving is fantastic. The handling is tighter, it rides so much smoother, and in the rain today there was tighter traction on the road. Turning corners it felt much stiffer to hold the turn and road than my older tires. I am very pleased with this purchase.
4 out of 5Submitted by Daniel in New Hampshire on 10/22/2014(2004 Chevrolet Trailblazer LS)
Just bought and new set of four Destination LE2 tires today. It started raining and my truck handled it like a champ!
5 out of 5Submitted by David in Indiana on 10/2/2014(2002 Ford Excursion Limited Premium 4x4)
Really good tire. Very little towing so this tire is great for travel.
5 out of 5Submitted by Karen in Indiana on 9/16/2014(2002 Ford E-350 Econoline Club Wagon Chateau)
I purchased a van with Michelin tires, and was happy with them. When they needed to be replaced, I wasn't sure the Destination LE2 was going to be as good. I left for a trip in the mountains during the early snow season, and these tires were fantastic! Great traction, even in wet/slick pavement. The ride was quiet and safe. Love the tires!
4.55 out of 5Submitted by Nicholas in Oklahoma on 8/29/2014(2007 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Classic LT 4x2)
These are the best tires I have ever bought. They are well worth the price.
5 out of 5Submitted by Rob in Idaho on 7/25/2014(2002 Jeep Trucks Liberty Limited)
We moved to Idaho at the very end of October 2013. I hated the tires on the Liberty (B*G Long Trail), for anything other than bare/dry. Still had way more than 1/2 tread. Bought a set of Blizzaks. Perfect for the winter, due to snow and running up the mountain to the ski area. Never used 4x4. But they caught the grooves in the highway badly. As soon as it warmed up, grabbed a set of these Destination LE2s.
Didn't use them in snow. They look good, great in rain/slop, quiet and grippy without catching the grooves. Balanced with VERY little weight. But I don't know if I'm even gonna put them on this winter. Had the original Destination LEs on a Yukon. The LE2 is NOT that squishy tire. These are much improved. Not all the roads we use are paved. No issues, and they self clean quite well. The voids do hang on to small pebbles sometimes, but nothing bad. I would put this tire on any car, CUV or SUV, as long as heavy towing wasn't an issue. They are a 107T. If they made this in a 120 or 123 "E," I'd likely buy another set for the F-250. I don't usually give 5s. This tire is a 5. I'm surprised it doesn't have a mountain and a snowflake on the sidewall. Oh. and it's made in the US in my size, 235/70R16. Most sizes are US, then Canada, a couple Mexico, pizza cutters (skinny) mostly.
I'm fussy about tires. I'd rather spend more than worry. With the Destination LE2, I don't have to do either.
Oh, and I swore I'd never buy another Firestone tire in 1972, unless it came on a new car. Then I'd change them, which I did. I was wrong.
5 out of 5Submitted by Carolyn in Maryland on 6/25/2014(2003 Ford Trucks Expedition XLT 4x4)
Happy with purchase.
4.7 out of 5Submitted by Jeff in West Virginia on 5/12/2014(2012 Honda Trucks Pilot Touring)
Great tire with low noise and good wear. Have driven about 10,000 miles and tread is still great.
5 out of 5Submitted by Steve in Connecticut on 2/24/2014(2007 Toyota Trucks RAV4 Base)
This tire was recommended by the salesman but was quite a bit more money than I wanted to spend. Based on salesman, I decided to purchase 4 tires and I would say these tires have performed better than the original tire that came with the vehicle. I have put on approx 15k miles and just love these tires. I will definitely buy them again and recommend to others.
4.45 out of 5Submitted by chris in Arkansas on 1/29/2014(1992 Ford Trucks F-150 Custom 4x4)
Need new tires for my jeep.
3.45 out of 5Submitted by Ronnie in Virginia on 1/3/2014(2010 Nissan Trucks Titan XE King/Crew Cab)
For the most part, I liked the tires; however, after about 9 months, the skin on the outside of the tire is coming off. That's right, the rubber skin is starting to shed like a snake.
1 out of 5Submitted by Garry in Illinois on 12/21/2013(1999 Chevrolet Trucks Blazer LT 4x4)
Had side wall leak at 600 miles, dealer replaced.
5 out of 5Submitted by TOM in Illinois on 12/6/2013(2005 Lexus Trucks RX330 (FWD))
Love the tires and service.
4.85 out of 5Submitted by Duane in Maryland on 11/10/2013(2008 Nissan Trucks Armada SE)
i bought these tire when my old tires wore out. Now my wife loves the great handling and the outstanding gas mileage she is getting. I will buy these tires again. Great price.
4 out of 5Submitted by Jerone in Mississippi on 10/21/2013(2011 Honda Trucks Pilot EX)
Good tire for the money.
4.5 out of 5Submitted by Dick in Michigan on 3/18/2013(2011 Toyota Trucks Highlander Limited)