Last post on Sep 15, 2009 at 6:27 PM
You are in the Ford Fusion/Mercury Milan
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Mercury Milan, Ford Fusion, Tires, Wheels, Sedan
#48 of 50 Michelin v rated for Fusion
Jul 25, 2009 (3:28 pm)
I am looking at a '10 Hybrid....Tires are 17" Michelin v-rated...I am hearing they are terrible in the snow(I live in Mass. we get snow) I need feedback !!!
#49 of 50 Re: Michelin v rated for Fusion [theking]
Jul 26, 2009 (10:48 am)
I think part of the problem is inherent due to the fact that it is a relatively low profile, wide tire, (50 series)..you gain better dry handling and summer, dry traction with these tires but they come at the expense of a generally harsher ride, poorer gas mileage, thread life, snow traction and higher replacement costs... just compare the replacement costs of a base, (S model) fusion tire which is smaller and offers better epa gas mileage, (34 vs 31 hwy) with the larger tires that come with the higher trim line models...
#50 of 50 Re: Tire Price [hickoryc]
Sep 15, 2009 (6:27 pm)
OK, I just got new tires. Only 1 day of use, 120 miles, combined city and highway. Tires I weren't even looking at until I looked at the rankings at tirerack.com.
Bridgestone Turanza with Serenity with 70,000 mile warranty. I know it's early. But these are much better than my Conti's that they replaced, so far. Good ride, and quiet.