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Bridgestone Potenza RE970AS Pole Position vs Other Ultra High Performance All-Season Tires

Bridgestone Potenza RE970AS Pole Position vs Other Ultra High Performance All-Season Tires

Bridgestone Potenza RE970AS Pole Position vs Other Ultra High Performance All-Season Tires (2)

Bridgestone Potenza RE970AS Pole Position (Ultra High Performance All-Season 225/45R17 94W)

  • What you will like: Good control handling and precise driving feel
  • What need improvement: Needs more winter traction
  • Overall: A very good performer for drivers who experience not too much winter weather

Continental ExtremeContact DWS (Ultra High Performance All-Season 225/45ZR17 91W)

  • What you will like: Fantastic wet and damp traction and a low noise ride
  • What need improvement: None responsive steering feel
  • Overall: A a acceptible Ultra High Performance All Season tire that is the top of the category in wintertime traction

Michelin Pilot Sport A/S Plus (Ultra High Performance All-Season 225/45ZR17 91Y)

  • What you will like: Precise steering response and agile handling
  • What need improvement: Needs more rainy road handling and traction
  • Overall: For an older tire its still sporty and fun to drive

Pirelli P Zero Nero All Season (Ultra High Performance All-Season 225/45ZR17 94W)

  • What you will like: Plush road manners, best dry and wet grip and good snow traction
  • What need improvement: Needs more communication feel
  • Overall: A good choice of tire that goes about its business with little fanfare, while also delivering very good winter traction
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