|Item Weight||22.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||26.1 x 26.1 x 8.7 inches|
|Item model number||24655023|
|Manufacturer Part Number||24655023|
|Section Width||215 millimeters|
|Rim Diameter||16 inches|
|Load Index Rating||95|
|Tread Depth||10 thirty_seconds_inches|
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Westlake 24655023 RP18 Touring Radial Tire - 215/60R16 95H
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|Item Dimensions||26.1 x 26.1 x 8.7 in||26.6 x 26.6 x 9 in||28 x 7 x 28 in||26.2 x 26.2 x 8.5 in||27 x 27 x 8.7 in||24.9 x 24.9 x 8.4 in|
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|Tire Aspect Ratio||60||60||60||60||65||55|
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I can't say how long these tires will last right now they have only 600 miles on them.
Road noise? Average I've had quite and far noiser tires. I give them 6.5 our of 10
Highways handling great 8 felt safe going over some water and cornered great.
Country roads the grip is great for a all season commuter tire. You do feel some flex in the side wall And very rough roads you'll Approach it's limit with spirited driving. 7
Snow surprisingly good I'll give them a 7 as well, the tires these replaced some kumhos had far less tractions.
Unless your really out there in the Northwoods if you have a subaru you won't need to swap out tires. I live in Central Vermont and drive up and down some pretty good and slippery hills and these handled a mid Feb 2018 icestorm good.
I would recommend these tires to anyone looking for value tires. I'll be happy if they last 20k if they last 10k I'll be highly disappointed
My husband hit a curb on and put a bubble in the sidewall of one of our tires. Bummer because they had a decent chunk of life left in them and new tires was not in our plan. We elected to buy the cheapest tires we could. We don't put many miles on our car, probably around 6-7k a year, so I know longevity of tires isn't usually a huge deal for us, we will usually end up replacing when their integrity starts breaking down due to age rather than miles so I figured what the hey and purchased these.
I was expecting them to be loud because they were cheap, but they aren't. They are quiet, and the ride is smooth. For reference, we have a camry. So far I am pleased, remember you get what you pay for though, I wouldn't expect to get 80k on these tires or anything, if you are reailstic with your expectation of $40 tires, I don't see how they could disappoint.