Are you in the snowbelt? If so, do you switch to winter tires?Of the remaining ones would you still go with the Continentals over the Premier LTX?
No offroad intentions, while those are an excellent A/T tire I'd say they aren't appropriate for the OP's needs. A crossover all-season tire will be superior in noise, wet and dry on road traction, etc. A/T probably has the all-season beat in the snow.I can’t say enough about Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015. Quiet, very smooth and great all weather performance, including snow. On my second set.
Continental TrueContact Tour.I live in MA so we get a fair amount of snow. I can’t afford buying 2 sets now, so this one needs to cover it. Probably average 14-16k per year. Smooth ride and traction at the top.
I have a 2013 Touring AWD/RES/Navand I'm very happy with my Sumitomo Encounter HT (235/60R18) from Tire Rack. Enough so that I put the same tires on my daughter's 2009 CR-V a few months ago.Need to put 4 new tires on my 2014 pilot. Interested in any recommendations folks here might have. The car is used as a family hauler so looking for a smooth ride (no off-roading).
We put Firestone Destination LE2 tires on our mom-mobile Pilot and they’ve been great! My husband has the same on his Land Rover. More of a quiet and soft ride. We put a lot of miles on our Pilot and these have handled well in snow and rain.Need to put 4 new tires on my 2014 pilot. Interested in any recommendations folks here might have. The car is used as a family hauler so looking for a smooth ride (no off-roading).