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New Technology All-Weather Tires Beats Some Snow Tires – Video
Tired of swapping tires with the seasons? The goal of all-weather or variable-condition tires is to provide winter weather performance with a tire you can leave on your car year-round. Consumer Reports tested how two models fare in winter weather.
Toyo Celsius Tires
Toyo Celsius is the revolutionary variable-conditions tire with better ice and snow traction than a typical all-season tire, and longer tread life than a winter tire. Built for convenient year-round use, Celsius stops up to 14 feet shorter on snow and eight feet shorter on ice than a typical all-season tire.* It also performs well on wet and dry roads, plus comes with a 60,000-mile warranty. Toyo Celsius means year-round versatility plus winter-weather safety in one.
“I bought 4 of the Celsius tires in September for my 2006 Honda Civic. These tires are much quieter than what was on my car. Wet and snow traction was excellent. Dry road traction was also superb. It took some searching to find these tires last September but my tire guy located them for me. I think the idea of an all season with exceptional winter traction is a great idea. I would definitely recommend these tires they are a bit pricey however there is no need to own two sets of tires and swap them out twice a year. I have been on these tires for about 3000 miles. I live in UPSTATE NY where the weather can change hourly.”
“I put Toyo Celsius tires on my Honda Accord this year. They have held up very well, and have handled great. I live in New England and they have handled every condition so far. I highly recommend them instead of a normal all season tire.”