I run WRG4's on my STI in the winter and am quite happy with them in pretty much every condition. I have also run WRG2 and WRG3's on rwd police-Tahoes. Both of those had good all weather performance as well. Even when worn, they provided decent traction. I have also run Hakkapelita R2's on another STI that i had. It… Read more
I just bought a set of all-season Nokian Rotiiva tires for the truck. I’ve barely driven on them, but I know how good their snow tires are so I figure the all-seasons should be at least adequate.
Their snow tires are absolute beasts. I have no experience with their non winter stuff.
I have their nordman 5 winter tires on my car. 4 winters (mostly highway) with still enough for another year or two. loud but expected for a winter and happy with their performance
I just use them for winter rubber. But I like them for that.
I have the Nokian WRG4 on my STi. They were pretty good at what I bought them for, winter driving. Granted, I live in Los Angeles so that concept is laughable. But that is why I did not buy a dedicated true snow tire. This tire survived on my three week trip to Utah, Wyoming, and Montana where I was pounded with snow,… Read more
That's funny, because I just got an email from your wife saying that you should definitely buy it! I'm off of work tomorrow if you want to meet me at the notary :-)
I read through all the comments.. and I’m shocked this isn’t there:
My eyes glazed over when he recommended a transit-anything over a Japanese minivan. The Transit Connect is gaaaaaaaarbage.
It was also one of the most beautiful cars ever built. I used to call it the Japanese Alfa Romeo. I couldn’t dream of buying a Acura TL in 2005 but I went to the dealership and got a brochure and I used to go through it every single day for a while and salivate at the design and the cream leather interior of the car… Read more