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Tire Reviews - Continental PureContact with EcoPlus Technology



Consumer Tire Performance Ratings
based on 74 customer reviews
Overall Rating8.5 Hydroplaning Resistance8.5
Buy Again89% Cornering Stability8.6
Dry Traction9.1 Steering Responsiveness8.6
Wet Traction8.9 Ride Comfort8.5
Light Snow Traction8.6 Noise Level8.2
Deep Snow Traction8.1 Treadwear8.3
Ice Traction7.6 Miles Reported123,788
     8-10 = excellent        6-7 = good        4-5 = fair        1-3 = poor
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Mavis Discount Tire has received 74 tire reviews for the Continental PureContact with EcoPlus Technology. This tire has received a 4 out of 5 Star rating with 89% of the respondents saying they would buy again. Dry Traction and Wet Traction received the highest marks and total mileage that as been reviewed is 123,788.
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"After reading other reviews on these tires,and knowing the reputation of the Continental brand,I had no doubt of the performance of these tires.Although there are very few miles on these tires,I know I made the right decision.They are everything I expected.Winter is approaching here in the northeast,I expect excellent performance in those driving conditions as well." - Wynantskill, NY

Customer Reviews: Continental PureContact with EcoPlus Technology
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Rating: Good
Buy Again: Probably
Tire size: 235/45VR18
Vehicle: 2011 Suzuki Kizashi
Driving Condition: Mostly Highway
Driving Style: Energetic
Location: Wynantskill, NY
Overall Rating7.8 Hydroplaning Resistance8.0
Buy Again75% Cornering Stability8.0
Dry Traction8.0 Steering Responsiveness8.0
Wet Traction8.0 Ride Comfort8.0
Light Snow Traction8.0 Noise Level8.0
Deep Snow Traction8.0 Treadwear8.0
Ice Traction7.0 Miles Reported1
So far I am very please with the quality of this tire and how well it has handled in the snow. I drive 40 miles per day during the week and I have appreciate the handling of these tires.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 215/60HR16
Vehicle: 2012 Nissan Altima
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Ossining, NY
Overall Rating9.0 Hydroplaning Resistance8.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability9.0
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness9.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort9.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level9.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear
Ice Traction Miles Reported1,000
Not sure of the treadler just yet, but the ride is quiet, responsive, and my miles per gallon have not moved significantly if at all.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 235/45VR18
Vehicle: 2010 Ford Fusion
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Energetic
Location: Bellmore, NY
Overall Rating9.6 Hydroplaning Resistance10.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability10.0
Dry Traction10.0 Steering Responsiveness10.0
Wet Traction10.0 Ride Comfort9.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level8.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear
Ice Traction Miles Reported600
After reading other reviews on these tires,and knowing the reputation of the Continental brand,I had no doubt of the performance of these tires.Although there are very few miles on these tires,I know I made the right decision.They are everything I expected.Winter is approaching here in the northeast,I expect excellent performance in those driving conditions as well.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 205/50VR17 XL
Vehicle: 2008 Volvo S40
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Iselin, NJ
Overall Rating8.3 Hydroplaning Resistance9.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability9.0
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness9.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort8.0
Light Snow Traction8.0 Noise Level8.0
Deep Snow Traction7.0 Treadwear7.0
Ice Traction7.0 Miles Reported1,000
I buy these tires for my three cars. These handle way better than all the OEM tires. I buy these because of the excellent snow traction combined with the wet traction. I can buy better handling tires but my driving does not require great gripping summer tires which will wear wear faster. These do it all and wear well.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 235/50VR18
Vehicle: 2011 Lexus LS460
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Jamaica, NY
Overall Rating9.1 Hydroplaning Resistance8.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability8.0
Dry Traction10.0 Steering Responsiveness8.0
Wet Traction10.0 Ride Comfort10.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level10.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear8.0
Ice Traction Miles Reported1,100
I followed the advice I got from Consumers Report. So far, I am very pleased with these tires. They are so much better than the OEM Bridgestone Turanza's. The staff at Mavis were great; in particular, Eddie.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 225/45HR17
Vehicle: 2012 Volkswagen Jetta
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Highland Mills, NY
Overall Rating9.4 Hydroplaning Resistance
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability9.0
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness10.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort10.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level9.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear
Ice Traction Miles Reported1,000
I have put less than a thousand miles on the car but from the minute I drove out of the shop I could feel the difference . The car felt like the day I drove it out of the showroom again. I have not driven in the snow yet with the tires so I can not comment on how they handle in the snow.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 195/65HR15
Vehicle: 2004 Volvo V70
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Scotch Plains, NJ
Overall Rating8.1 Hydroplaning Resistance
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability7.0
Dry Traction8.0 Steering Responsiveness8.0
Wet Traction8.0 Ride Comfort8.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level8.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear
Ice Traction Miles Reported1,000
Got 10% better gas mileage on two, 250 miles trips right away. Handling is fine. Expecting longer than average tread wear. Will update when drive in snow. Highly recommended by me and CR.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 205/55HR16
Vehicle: 2006 Honda Civic
Driving Condition: Mostly Highway
Driving Style: Energetic
Location: Mount Kisco, NY
Overall Rating9.9 Hydroplaning Resistance9.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability10.0
Dry Traction10.0 Steering Responsiveness10.0
Wet Traction10.0 Ride Comfort
Light Snow Traction Noise Level10.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear
Ice Traction Miles Reported500
Thrilled with these tires

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 235/55VR18
Vehicle: 2010 Acura RDX
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Mount Vernon, NY
Overall Rating8.6 Hydroplaning Resistance9.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability9.0
Dry Traction10.0 Steering Responsiveness9.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort6.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level6.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear9.0
Ice Traction Miles Reported120
So far these tires are excellent. I haven't had the occasion to drive on snow yet.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 205/50VR17 XL
Vehicle: 2010 Mazda 3
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Middletown, NY
Overall Rating9.2 Hydroplaning Resistance10.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability10.0
Dry Traction10.0 Steering Responsiveness10.0
Wet Traction10.0 Ride Comfort9.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level5.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear9.0
Ice Traction Miles Reported2,000
I haven't been in snow or ice, but these tires are the best gripping tires I have had on the car. They do make some noise at highway speed, but the stability and cornering more than make up for this. I would buy them again.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Probably
Tire size: 205/55HR16
Vehicle: 2009 Chevrolet HHR
Driving Condition: Mostly Highway
Driving Style: Average
Location: Saugerties, NY
Overall Rating8.5 Hydroplaning Resistance9.0
Buy Again75% Cornering Stability9.0
Dry Traction10.0 Steering Responsiveness9.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort8.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level7.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear
Ice Traction Miles Reported2,100
Haven't seen snow yet but the tires are handling better than the ecopian's on dry and wet roads. Mostly highway and country backroad (lots of turns). Handle well and gas mileage is great.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Probably
Tire size: 245/45VR18 XL
Vehicle: 2010 Jaguar XF
Driving Condition: Mostly Highway
Driving Style: Energetic
Location: Pound Ridge, NY
Overall Rating8.0 Hydroplaning Resistance
Buy Again75% Cornering Stability9.0
Dry Traction8.0 Steering Responsiveness8.0
Wet Traction8.0 Ride Comfort8.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level8.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear8.0
Ice Traction Miles Reported3,000
The handling of the car has improved markedly since I went back to Continental tires. It is amazing what using the manufacturer's recommendation does for the stability of the car, and I have 134000 miles on this car.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Probably
Tire size: 225/50VR17
Vehicle: 2006 Ford Fusion
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Endicott, NY
Overall Rating8.2 Hydroplaning Resistance
Buy Again75% Cornering Stability
Dry Traction8.0 Steering Responsiveness8.0
Wet Traction8.0 Ride Comfort9.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level9.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear
Ice Traction Miles Reported500
Very quiet and a smooth ride.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 205/55HR16
Vehicle: 2003 Volkswagen Jetta
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Energetic
Location: Tarrytown, NY
Overall Rating9.8 Hydroplaning Resistance9.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability10.0
Dry Traction10.0 Steering Responsiveness10.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort10.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level10.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear
Ice Traction Miles Reported3
Nice tires. Handle great and make my car perform better.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 205/65HR16
Vehicle: 2012 Toyota Camry
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Latham, NY
Overall Rating8.2 Hydroplaning Resistance
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness8.0
Wet Traction8.0 Ride Comfort6.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level8.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear
Ice Traction Miles Reported3,000
Only had a few weeks, but so far very pleased.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 225/50VR17
Vehicle: 2007 Kia Rondo
Driving Condition: Mostly City
Driving Style: Easy Going
Location: Ozone Park, NY
Overall Rating8.6 Hydroplaning Resistance8.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability9.0
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness9.0
Wet Traction8.0 Ride Comfort8.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level8.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear8.0
Ice Traction Miles Reported275
All the hype I read in a leading consumer rating magazine is true. Like than more than the OEM Michelin tires. Have not driven in snow yet, so I can't say anything yet but I feel confidant they will be good in snow/ice.

Submitted on
Rating: Good
Buy Again: Probably
Tire size: 235/55VR18
Vehicle: 2011 Acura RDX
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Easy Going
Location: Cranford, NJ
Overall Rating7.9 Hydroplaning Resistance8.0
Buy Again75% Cornering Stability7.0
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness8.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort9.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level7.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear7.0
Ice Traction Miles Reported2,000
The tires have been on the car for about one month and have lived up to their expectations. They have good dry traction and strong cornering ability. They are a little louder than the originals but are impressive so far. Waiting to experience their traction in the winter.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 225/45VR18
Vehicle: 2011 Hyundai Sonata
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Carle Place, NY
Overall Rating8.9 Hydroplaning Resistance8.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability8.0
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness9.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort10.0
Light Snow Traction9.0 Noise Level10.0
Deep Snow Traction9.0 Treadwear9.0
Ice Traction7.0 Miles Reported600
I have only had these tires for a little while, but what a difference. The original tires are garbage on this car. The ride is so much better and the tires make the car even quieter. Well worth the money. Would hands down buy them again.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 205/55HR16
Vehicle: 2011 Mazda 3
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Troy, NY
Overall Rating8.9 Hydroplaning Resistance9.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability9.0
Dry Traction10.0 Steering Responsiveness10.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort7.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level7.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear9.0
Ice Traction Miles Reported500
I bought Continental PureContact with EcoPlus Technology tires because of their excellent ratings on TireRack.com and ConsumerReports.org. These tires have COMPLETELY lived up to the hype. They have phenomenal traction and are excellent in all road conditions (that I've tried so far). They have also improved my gas mileage by almost 2 mpg.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 205/60VR16
Vehicle: 2014 Mazda 3
Driving Condition: Mostly Highway
Driving Style: Energetic
Location: Lansing, NY
Overall Rating8.1 Hydroplaning Resistance9.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability8.0
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness10.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort8.0
Light Snow Traction7.0 Noise Level7.0
Deep Snow Traction6.0 Treadwear8.0
Ice Traction6.0 Miles Reported1,000
Very good performance tires. Good ride and fairly quiet. Excellent in the rain.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 235/55VR18
Vehicle: 2009 Lexus RX350
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Rochester, NY
Overall Rating9.1 Hydroplaning Resistance9.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability8.0
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness9.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort10.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level9.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear
Ice Traction Miles Reported1,000
Love these tires. Haven't been in snow or ice yet, but a very smooth ride & noise level much lower than my previous tires.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 205/65HR16
Vehicle: 2011 Hyundai Sonata
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Fort Edward, NY
Overall Rating9.0 Hydroplaning Resistance9.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability9.0
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness9.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort9.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level8.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear
Ice Traction Miles Reported2,000
I've enjoyed the tires so far. No experience in the winter so I can't comment on that and I don't have enough mileage to deal with treadwear, but so far they meet my expectations and match the reviews on this site that I read prior to buying them

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Probably
Tire size: 215/55VR17
Vehicle: 2009 Saturn Aura
Driving Condition: Mostly City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Greenfield Center, NY
Overall Rating8.5 Hydroplaning Resistance9.0
Buy Again75% Cornering Stability9.0
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness9.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort8.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level8.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear
Ice Traction Miles Reported300
The first thing I noticed about these tires was that they were not drawing my attention, just quietly doing their job. It's too early to judge over all performance but at this point I would rate them as an excellent tire. They've been excellent on wet roads but have not been through standing water yet but the tread design looks good for minimizing hydroplaning. If possible I will update the review when I've got more time and experience with the tire.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 235/55VR18
Vehicle: 2010 Toyota RAV4
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Energetic
Location: Ithaca, NY
Overall Rating9.1 Hydroplaning Resistance8.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability9.0
Dry Traction10.0 Steering Responsiveness8.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort9.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level10.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear
Ice Traction Miles Reported1,000
Great so far-- much better than original equipment.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 225/45VR18
Vehicle: 2012 Hyundai Sonata
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Shirley, NY
Overall Rating9.1 Hydroplaning Resistance8.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability8.0
Dry Traction10.0 Steering Responsiveness9.0
Wet Traction10.0 Ride Comfort10.0
Light Snow Traction8.0 Noise Level10.0
Deep Snow Traction8.0 Treadwear10.0
Ice Traction8.0 Miles Reported2,000
Have only had these tires on the car for less than 2 months but so far they are even better than what they are advertised to be. Extremely quiet, hugs the road beautifully, amazingly smooth - even on rough road services. I had another set of Continental tires on a different car and I have to tell you, Continental tires are the BEST I have had on ANY vehicle.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 235/45VR18
Vehicle: 2008 Honda Accord
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Cohoes, NY
Overall Rating8.7 Hydroplaning Resistance9.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability9.0
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness9.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort8.0
Light Snow Traction9.0 Noise Level8.0
Deep Snow Traction8.0 Treadwear8.0
Ice Traction8.0 Miles Reported200
I've only had these tires for a few months but so far they are everything I need for my Honda V6 coupe. They had excellent traction in light snow conditions and rain. I would give these tires a positive review.

Submitted on
Rating: Good
Buy Again: Probably Not
Tire size: 235/45VR18
Vehicle: 2010 Honda Accord
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Mount Vernon, NY
Overall Rating6.3 Hydroplaning Resistance7.0
Buy Again25% Cornering Stability7.0
Dry Traction8.0 Steering Responsiveness7.0
Wet Traction8.0 Ride Comfort4.0
Light Snow Traction8.0 Noise Level3.0
Deep Snow Traction7.0 Treadwear8.0
Ice Traction7.0 Miles Reported1,500
Solid tire performance but high noise level and rougher ride warrent selecting a different tire next time.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 205/55HR16
Vehicle: 2011 Mazda 3
Driving Condition: Mostly Highway
Driving Style: Average
Location: Mastic Beach, NY
Overall Rating8.4 Hydroplaning Resistance8.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability9.0
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness9.0
Wet Traction8.0 Ride Comfort9.0
Light Snow Traction8.0 Noise Level8.0
Deep Snow Traction8.0 Treadwear8.0
Ice Traction7.0 Miles Reported1,000
GREAT Tires. Learned a lesson a few months back trying to save a few dollars on tires for our Hyundai. Bought Goodyear Viva's. NOISY... So, after reading Consumer Reports, we spent a few more (very few) dollars on these for the Mazda. Incredible difference. Worth the few extra bucks. We will be putting these on all 3 cars when needed. Feel solid and handle well, plus very quiet.

Submitted on
Rating: Good
Buy Again: Probably
Tire size: 225/45VR18
Vehicle: 2011 Hyundai Sonata
Driving Condition: Mostly Highway
Driving Style: Average
Location: Hopewell Junction, NY
Overall Rating7.6 Hydroplaning Resistance8.0
Buy Again75% Cornering Stability7.0
Dry Traction7.0 Steering Responsiveness7.0
Wet Traction8.0 Ride Comfort8.0
Light Snow Traction9.0 Noise Level8.0
Deep Snow Traction7.0 Treadwear8.0
Ice Traction7.0 Miles Reported1
only 1K on these Continental's thus far, so maybe a little too early to give an accurate evaluation. So far tires are much quieter than the OEM's . Definetaly notice the traction is 100% better in rain and even in the snow. The only thing I am still trying to get a better sense on is fuel economy they may be a little worse than the OEM's but that may be because the tires need to wear in a bit or maybe because they have a bigger stance than the oem's Either way these tires are 100% better than stock. I am sure I will get much more tread life than stock. and the traction and safety feel, are leaps and bounds better than stock.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 245/40VR18 XL
Vehicle: 2008 Mercedes-Benz E350
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Rye, NY
Overall Rating9.4 Hydroplaning Resistance9.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability10.0
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness10.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort10.0
Light Snow Traction10.0 Noise Level10.0
Deep Snow Traction9.0 Treadwear9.0
Ice Traction8.0 Miles Reported500
Excellent replacement tire for E class.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Probably
Tire size: 235/45HR17
Vehicle: 2009 Volkswagen CC
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Energetic
Location: Buffalo, NY
Overall Rating8.4 Hydroplaning Resistance8.0
Buy Again75% Cornering Stability8.0
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness8.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort8.0
Light Snow Traction9.0 Noise Level8.0
Deep Snow Traction10.0 Treadwear
Ice Traction8.0 Miles Reported500
very pleased with tire so far. Excellent snow traction reasonably quiet tire.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 215/55HR16 XL
Vehicle: 1998 Nissan Maxima
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Energetic
Location: Cambria Heights, NY
Overall Rating9.4 Hydroplaning Resistance10.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability10.0
Dry Traction10.0 Steering Responsiveness10.0
Wet Traction10.0 Ride Comfort10.0
Light Snow Traction10.0 Noise Level10.0
Deep Snow Traction7.0 Treadwear10.0
Ice Traction6.0 Miles Reported2,000
Great tires! Worth every penny!

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Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 235/45VR18
Vehicle: 2013 Ford Fusion
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Mechanicville, NY
Overall Rating8.6 Hydroplaning Resistance8.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability8.0
Dry Traction10.0 Steering Responsiveness8.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort8.0
Light Snow Traction9.0 Noise Level8.0
Deep Snow Traction9.0 Treadwear8.0
Ice Traction8.0 Miles Reported1,500
My OEM tires (Goodyear Eagle LS 2) were HORRIBLE on wet pavement and even worse in light snow....forget moderate snow I was getting stuck like it was 1990. These Continentals were highly rated for my Fusion and they've made my car better then ever even on dry pavement. Shame on Ford for putting $85.00 tires on a $35,000. car!!!!

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Rating: Good
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 225/45VR18
Vehicle: 2010 Ford Fusion
Driving Condition: Mostly Highway
Driving Style: Average
Location: Albany, NY
Overall Rating7.7 Hydroplaning Resistance7.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability7.0
Dry Traction8.0 Steering Responsiveness7.0
Wet Traction8.0 Ride Comfort8.0
Light Snow Traction8.0 Noise Level8.0
Deep Snow Traction7.0 Treadwear7.0
Ice Traction7.0 Miles Reported5,000
I have to thank my Mavis Salesman David of Schenectady NY for his recommendation, I am very pleased with my tires.

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 215/60VR16
Vehicle: 2007 Toyota Camry
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Morristown, NJ
Overall Rating10.0 Hydroplaning Resistance10.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability10.0
Dry Traction10.0 Steering Responsiveness10.0
Wet Traction10.0 Ride Comfort10.0
Light Snow Traction10.0 Noise Level10.0
Deep Snow Traction10.0 Treadwear10.0
Ice Traction10.0 Miles Reported1,000
these are great tires - highly recommended in consumer reports and rightfully so

Submitted on
Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 225/60HR18
Vehicle: 2010 Dodge Charger
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Bernhards Bay, NY
Overall Rating9.3 Hydroplaning Resistance10.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability9.0
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness9.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort10.0
Light Snow Traction9.0 Noise Level10.0
Deep Snow Traction9.0 Treadwear9.0
Ice Traction9.0 Miles Reported2,000
I replaced old conti-seals with these and the car is like when I purchased and drove it off the lot. Mavis also did a much needed alignment which factors into my much improved grip. Nonetheless, I again feel extremely confident in winter driving;snow, sleet, ice, no problem...We will see about treadwear...I expect to get 60k out of them.

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Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 215/55VR17
Vehicle: 2011 Toyota Avalon
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Saratoga Springs, NY
Overall Rating8.6 Hydroplaning Resistance9.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability9.0
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness9.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort8.0
Light Snow Traction9.0 Noise Level7.0
Deep Snow Traction8.0 Treadwear9.0
Ice Traction7.0 Miles Reported1,500
Not that many miles on these tires yet, but so far so good. Have driven them in all kinds of weather here in the Northeast. Rain, snow, slush, freezing rain and even dry roads. They are a but noisier than the Michelin's they replaced, but the trade off is better traction in adverse conditions.

Submitted on
Rating: Good
Buy Again: Possibly
Tire size: 215/55VR17
Vehicle: 2006 Toyota Avalon
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Horseheads, NY
Overall Rating7.0 Hydroplaning Resistance6.0
Buy Again50% Cornering Stability7.0
Dry Traction8.0 Steering Responsiveness8.0
Wet Traction8.0 Ride Comfort6.0
Light Snow Traction8.0 Noise Level8.0
Deep Snow Traction9.0 Treadwear
Ice Traction4.0 Miles Reported500
I only have 500 miles on. Bought this time for traction first, ride secondary. That's how they have performed-traction excellent, ride good.

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Rating: Good
Buy Again: Probably
Tire size: 215/50VR17 XL
Vehicle: 2001 Acura CL
Driving Condition: Mostly City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Middletown, NY
Overall Rating7.0 Hydroplaning Resistance
Buy Again75% Cornering Stability
Dry Traction7.0 Steering Responsiveness7.0
Wet Traction7.0 Ride Comfort7.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level7.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear7.0
Ice Traction Miles Reported2,000
So Far Good, Haven't driven them in the Snow yet

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Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 225/60HR18
Vehicle: 2010 Volkswagen Jetta
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Energetic
Location: New Milford, CT
Overall Rating9.1 Hydroplaning Resistance10.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability8.0
Dry Traction10.0 Steering Responsiveness8.0
Wet Traction10.0 Ride Comfort9.0
Light Snow Traction9.0 Noise Level9.0
Deep Snow Traction7.0 Treadwear10.0
Ice Traction9.0 Miles Reported10,000
These tires are the real deal.... Great balance and smooth but with a life expectancy of nearly 80K when properly rotated....it's a win-win!! In the wet... The car feels planted and the grip level is simply amazing. In light to moderate snow...it will shock you!!! It's a true all around performer. In the dry however....it's a bit soft on the sidewall and gives you a bit of a vague steering feel...but the smoothness and mileage more than makes up for it. With the TDI motor and normal driving conditions... My vehicle is at an average of 52.6 MPG and at "deep" highway speeds... It's at a consistent 47.9MPG.... No complaints in this department either. I'm very pleased and have installed a set in my wife's Honda Crosstour and she is also impressed at the smoothness and wet weather grip...the car is an AWD....so snow traction is hard for her to determine but I imagine that it if they were less than par....we would all hear about it.

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Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Probably
Tire size: 215/55HR16 XL
Vehicle: 2009 Chevrolet HHR
Driving Condition: Mostly Highway
Driving Style: Easy Going
Location: Athens, NY
Overall Rating8.7 Hydroplaning Resistance8.0
Buy Again75% Cornering Stability10.0
Dry Traction8.0 Steering Responsiveness9.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort9.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level8.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear10.0
Ice Traction Miles Reported3,500
Haven't driven them in snow yet. Excellent traction and handling in all other conditions.

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Rating: Good
Buy Again: Probably
Tire size: 225/50VR17
Vehicle: 2010 Ford Fusion
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Nanuet, NY
Overall Rating7.4 Hydroplaning Resistance7.0
Buy Again75% Cornering Stability7.0
Dry Traction8.0 Steering Responsiveness8.0
Wet Traction Ride Comfort8.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level7.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear
Ice Traction Miles Reported500
Haven't been driving on these tires too long. Did notice an inprovement in the ride over my old (66K) tires. At first seemed like I was over steering a bit. Maybe due to better traction. Overall thought it was a good purchase. Mavis dealearship got the car done in a reasonable amount of time. Would use them again.

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Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 235/50VR17
Vehicle: 2006 Cadillac STS
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Rensselaer, NY
Overall Rating9.1 Hydroplaning Resistance9.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability9.0
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness9.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort9.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level9.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear
Ice Traction Miles Reported800
drove these through a major rainstorm, they handled like a champ.

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Rating: Good
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 245/45VR18 XL
Vehicle: 2003 Infiniti G35
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: East Meadow, NY
Overall Rating7.9 Hydroplaning Resistance9.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability9.0
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness8.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort8.0
Light Snow Traction8.0 Noise Level6.0
Deep Snow Traction6.0 Treadwear6.0
Ice Traction7.0 Miles Reported500
good traction in light snow...do not drive this car in heavy snow. Good wet road traction and handling. Good tires for the money

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Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Probably
Tire size: 225/55VR17
Vehicle: 2009 Infiniti G37
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Energetic
Location: Hollis, NY
Overall Rating8.9 Hydroplaning Resistance9.0
Buy Again75% Cornering Stability9.0
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness8.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort10.0
Light Snow Traction8.0 Noise Level10.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear10.0
Ice Traction Miles Reported1,000
Great "Grand Touring" tire. Overall performance is excellent. So far I've driven in dry, wet, and light snow conditions and this tire handles surprisingly well. Handles wet roads as if they are dry, and snow as if it were rain. I debated between these and the Conti Extreme, but decided on these after reading that they have a 70,000 mile tread life and they are supposed to be a notch better than the Pro Contact. Again, great tire for almost any car, but def can tell the difference between these and a true High Performance tire. These feel a bit softer and don't quite bit into turns the way a HP tire does, but for the tread life I think it is a easy compromise. These will work well for anybody except the occasional autocrosser. If you don't know what autocross is, these are def the right all season tires for you.

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Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 225/45VR18
Vehicle: 2010 Subaru Legacy
Driving Condition: Mostly Highway
Driving Style: Average
Location: Hopewell Junction, NY
Overall Rating8.8 Hydroplaning Resistance8.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability8.0
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness9.0
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort10.0
Light Snow Traction10.0 Noise Level8.0
Deep Snow Traction8.0 Treadwear10.0
Ice Traction7.0 Miles Reported2,000
I bought these tires before we had out snow storms in upstate New York. Originally, my car came with summer tires which I wasn't such a fan of. The Continental PureContact Tires are well worth the price, and they seems to handle very well in all different climates. Whether they last 70,000 miles has yet to be seen, but, I would recommend these to anyone in need of a good all-season tire.

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Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 215/60HR16
Vehicle: 2008 Toyota Camry
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Bronx, NY
Overall Rating9.9 Hydroplaning Resistance10.0
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability10.0
Dry Traction10.0 Steering Responsiveness10.0
Wet Traction10.0 Ride Comfort10.0
Light Snow Traction10.0 Noise Level9.0
Deep Snow Traction10.0 Treadwear10.0
Ice Traction10.0 Miles Reported2,000
Great strong tires. Everything you want a great top of the line tire to be and more. Smooth and not much noise. I drove it in the snow and I was so excited because everyone was telling me to be careful and this and that, I just smirked and got ready to test the tires out. They drove as if is was a crisp dry spring day. It was pouring and again I said to myself,"welp lets see what you can do!" and again great traction, I'm not exaggerating. These tires are foreal. Right up there with the other great brands you know. You won't be disappointed,trust me. They are also great on gas. Normally I have to fill up twice a week and i'm down to one time a week. Seriously. Phenomenal buy.

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Rating: Excellent
Buy Again: Definitely
Tire size: 215/50VR17 XL
Vehicle: 2005 Acura TSX
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Syracuse, NY
Overall Rating9.8 Hydroplaning Resistance
Buy Again100% Cornering Stability
Dry Traction10.0 Steering Responsiveness
Wet Traction9.0 Ride Comfort
Light Snow Traction10.0 Noise Level
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear
Ice Traction Miles Reported5,000
I purchased these tires after researching a number of brand reviews online. These tires so far are fantastic! Road noise is minimal and during a winter storm these tires performed beyond my expectation.

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Rating: Good
Buy Again: Probably
Tire size: 205/50VR17 XL
Vehicle: 2012 Subaru Impreza
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Location: Erin, NY
Overall Rating7.3 Hydroplaning Resistance8.0
Buy Again75% Cornering Stability8.0
Dry Traction9.0 Steering Responsiveness8.0
Wet Traction8.0 Ride Comfort6.0
Light Snow Traction Noise Level4.0
Deep Snow Traction Treadwear8.0
Ice Traction Miles Reported3,000
I have not owned the tires long enough to evaluate for snow conditions. However, from the tread design they should be very good. That was the reason I bought them.


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