I have had my car for two year and have 41K miles. I was just told during inspection that the tires need to be replaced before the snow comes. Back tire treads are wearing on the inside and are at the limit. Front ones are almost at the same spec. I routinely have my car maintanced and have the tires rotated. I expected much more out of these tires. I know they came with the car but I will never by them again. I keep taking it to my mechanic to have the brakes checked and the result is always, the brakes are great, it is the tire that is causing the vibration.
Dry weather, its okay.
Wet weather, good traction which surprised me.
Snow, too dangerous put winter tire asap.
Handling, Pretty good.
Comfort, not at all when hit a whole or crack lines on the road you could feel it and hear it loud in the car.
Noise, So So.
Treadwear, I'm sure it could last for a long time as per seeing how hard is the rubber on the tire.
Also it don't save Fuel as mention. They should remove the Eco word on the tire.
Overall, Seen better tire than this.
Great winter tire from Goodyear. Had 'no-name' winter rubber on my previous vehicle ('08 Chev Equinox) and the difference between the two is staggering. These are priced similarly to the X-Ice3s, but in my opinion are worth every cent. They provide the necessary elements to be able to handle winter in Alberta, as well, when the roads are cleared and dry, they also handle quite well and hold true to their speed rating.
The only downside is they a slightly nosier compared to other winter tires I've encountered.