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Hankook Optimo H727 All-Season Tire - 215/70R15 97T

by Hankook

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  • Solid centerline rib Improves driving feel and stability
  • 4 circumferential grooves quickly evacuates water from the footprint
  • Converging lateral slots reduce noise and provide greater stability and ride comfort
  • High density siping creates hundreds of biting edges to improve snow traction
  • Featuring CCT (Carbon Compounding Technology) and FSO (Footprint Shape Optimization)
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Product Information

Technical Details
ModelOptimo H727
Item Weight24.5 pounds
Product Dimensions26.9 x 26.9 x 8.5 inches
Manufacturer Part Number1006106
Section Width 215 millimeters
Aspect Ratio 70
Construction Radial
Rim Diameter 15 inches
Load Index Rating97
Speed Rating T
Tread Depth 0.38 inches
UTQG 700-A-B
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Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #775,041 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight24.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableMarch 3, 2011
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Warranty, Parts: Parts
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The Optimo H727 is a touring specifically designed for today’s luxury sedans. The computer calculated tread design features CCT (Carbon Compounding Technology) and FSO (Footprint Shape Optimization) and affords the driver a quiet, comfortable ride along with uniform wear and long life. Hundreds of “sipes” and open grooves assures outstanding traction on rain soaked or dry road, especially in tight turns.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jake, from State Farm on April 27, 2013
I have used a set(4) of these tires for over 3 years -- mounted on a 1995 Mercury Grand Marquis with some suspension and brake system modifications to allow for high-speed freeway driving, mountain touring, and grocery-grabbing, as well.
During that time, the tires performed excellently -- in pouring rain, light snow, black ice, and hot, dry asphalt and/or concrete. Tracking is straight and smooth, with sure footing when changing lanes across seams in the roadway.
The many sipes in the tread give extra bite in the rain and/or on ice. The ride is smooth on pavement or dirt roads, and the tires are very quiet on all types of road surfaces. The tread compound and tire construction make the Hankook H727s a low-rolling-resistance tire, which helps fuel mileage. Dry AND wet braking give straight, quick, smooth stops.
The steel-belted radial design of the H727 carries a 97T (118 mph) Speed Rating -- and the water-shedding tread resists dangerous aquaplaning in heavy rain.
The tires have not worn too much during the time we've had them on -- and it looks like they will last thousands of miles more.
Word to the Wise: When having ALL 4 of your wheels balanced, call ahead and specify that you want SPIN balancing and LOW-PROFILE weights (aka. "TAPE WEIGHTS"). The "Tape Weights" were developed for use with disc brakes and modern alloy wheels -- they fit on the inside of the wheel, where they can't be seen, and where they CAN'T get knocked off. And the "Low Profile" means they give plenty of clearance for those big brake discs.
Note: Those old-timey "bang-on" lead weights get knocked off and/or moved -- so your tires go "out of balance" prematurely, which increases wear and reduces safety. Your expensive tires are almost guaranteed to last longer with the "Tape Weights".
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Minnimom on July 21, 2013
My car came brand new with optional 5,000-lb Towing Package and Michelin XW4 Steel Belted Radials - P215/70R15 95S - 112 mph Speed Rating - mounted on 15x6.5 Alloy wheels.
I purchased a set of Hankook Optimos in the same size, and had them mounted on the same alloy wheels.

When mounted on wheels and placed side-by side, the (Made in Spain) Michelin XW4 looked anemic . The Optimo H727 is wider overall, and there is MUCH more rubber in contact with the road. The newer technology of the Optimo is evident in the tire's sipes, low rolling resistance, and in the stable shoulder design.

The Hankook Optimo has a higher 97T (118 mph) Speed Rating than the original Michelins, which gives me some leeway on the freeway, and the car rides and handles much better on winding country roads, too.

The Optimo H727 is a great value and a wise choice for your large sedan - with a balance of comfort, safety, and all-around performance at an affordable price. Highly Recommended.
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