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Bridgestone Blizzak LM-32
Bridgestone Blizzak LM-32
  • 4.7  (1 customer reviews
    Price Range:  USD $161.99 to $461.99

    Blizzak winter tires are engineered to do more than just bite through packed snow and ice, they improve performance in cold temperatures, too. With unique polymers and tread pattern elements that help provide extra grip and control as temperatures approach freezing, the versatile Blizzak LM-32 is designed to move luxury vehicles through winter´s demanding conditions. Maintain performance on wet, dry, icy and snowy roads and power through winter on your terms.

    • NEW TOP COMPOUND provides confident grip and braking.
    • NEXT GENERATION HIGH SIPE DENSITY PATTERN improves snow and ice traction by increasing the number of biting edges.
    • LARGE SHOULDER BLOCKS provides precision cornering and handling.
    • OPTIMIZED CONSTRUCTION improves fuel efficiency.

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  • 4.0
    Blizzak LM-32
    Overall  Dry Wet Snow Handling Comfort Noise Treadwear
    Overall: 4.7  
  • 12/14/2014
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  • Snow
  • Handling
  • Comfort
  • Noise
  • Treadwear
  • Size: 225/50R17 (2007 BMW 530i 4 Dr Sedan Base with 1000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)
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    I bought the Blizzak as a replacement for my Michelin Pilot Alpin PA3. I live in Montreal, and I found that, although the PA3 had great handling on dry pavement and ice, it was horrible in loose snow that is several inches deep. Moreover, I found that I often had trouble climbing a hill in my rear-wheel drive car, even after disengaging the traction control. The Blizzak is a softer and spongier tire than the PA3. It has a more aggressive tread than the PA3 and I find that the car can plow through snow without engaging any of the car's traction and stability controls. It really is a snow tire, thus it is slightly more noisy and has less stiffness in dry corners than the PA3. However, for a real-wheel drive car, it is a good compromise. I have yet to try it at temperatures below -10C, so I am not certain how well its sticks to the dry pavement in tight corners. I know that the PA3 would require some counter steering at below -12C when I entered a corner too aggressively. I look forward to not getting stuck in show banks that are more than 6 inches, and I will revise this post over the winter.