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Bridgestone Dueler H-L 422 Ecopia
Bridgestone Dueler H-L 422 Ecopia
  • 4.7  (4 customer reviews
    Price Range:  USD $24.99 to $282.99
    All Season

    The first Ecopia tire designed specifically for CUVs and SUVs, the Dueler™ H-L 422 Ecopia offers low rolling resistance without sacrificing performance on wet surfaces. And because of its fuel-saving tread compound, this attractive all-season tire helps achieve better fuel efficiency.

    • FUEL SAVER SIDEWALL COMPOUND helps to lower rolling resistance by returning more energy back to the tire and helps reduce heat generation as compared to a traditional sidewall.
    • CONTINUOUS RIBS provide traction and reduce heat buildup on tread while decreasing noise.
    • SILICA-BASED FUEL SAVING TREAD COMPOUND helps to deliver improved rolling resistance, which contributes to reduced fuel consumption and CO2 emissions while delivering strong wet traction.
    • CIRCUMFERENTIAL GROOVES help channel water out of the footprint area to improve resistance to hydroplaning.

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    Overall: 4.3  
  • 2/27/2014
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  • Size: 225/65R17 (2012 Dodge Journey 4 Dr Sport Utility SXT with 40225 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    GREAT tires EXCEPT for wear. Just replaced after 25k miles and they are worn to 4/32..Always keep pressure up and rotated tires. Replaced with Destination LE2..
    Overall: 4.7  
  • 2/9/2014
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  • Size: 225/65R16 (2009 Jeep Patriot Sport with 2300 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    I gave 4/5 for wet and treadwear just because I have only over 2000km on these tires and we didn't have any heavy rain.
    Overall: 5.0  
  • 1/16/2014
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  • Size: 275/55R20 (2007 Chevrolet Avalanche (Avalanche) with 16090 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    Just went through my second set of tires for the Chevy Avalanche and bought a third set of these tires. If the vehicle continues to do this well, at 130k miles will buy a fourth set which should be around 190k miles. The tires have lasted each set around 60k miles per set. I got turned onto these tires while driving my Ford F150 and the quietness, handling and lack of road noise has been unparalleled compared to any tire I've driven on roads, at least in FL. I also drive a Caddilac EXT with Goodyears, and will be switching to these when they wear out. Good years ran smooth, but were noisier. I rent on average around 25 to 35 vehicles a year, for business of the same size and even the newer versions of what I own, and none of the tires on them have even come close to the quiet and comfort of these. Mostly looking for a quiet, smooth drive and tire longevity and these tires give you all three.
    Overall: 4.7  
  • 5/13/2013
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  • Size: 235/65R17 (2011 Kia Sorento LX with 5000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)
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    I have 5,000 km on a new set of Dueler H-L 422 Ecopia installed at the end of March - it is now mid May and the "nubbins" have barely worn off the tires. I drive approx. 1500km/week and tires with long life and good fuel economy were my primary goal. As of yet, the Dueler Ecopia's haven't let me down. Fuel economy is hard to judge accurately as they are far better than my Blizzak winter tires (went from 9.1 L/100 down to 8.4L/100) but last year my Kumho Solus KL21 were around 8.5L/100 to 8.6L/100 - I can't say if the Dueler Ecopia's are particularly better than those, but they are definitely in the same neighbourhood. I got 100,000 km on the Kumho Solus KL21 (OEM) - I don't see any reason I shouldn't get 150,000 km on the Dueler Ecopia's - the UTQG suggests a much higher wear rating. As for the tires themselves - they are quiet on most road surfaces - at least as quiet if not more so than the Kumho's were. Cornering and handling is good - nice grip on wet and dry pavement, as well as muddy dirt roads. I haven't had a chance (and likely won't) to drive them in snow - that's the job of my Blizzak's. I do have them inflated slightly higher than my Mfg's plate recommends (tires max inflation is 45PSI, vehicle recommended is 32PSI, I'm running at 38PSI) so that may account for a bit of the roughness on highway expansion joints and poorly maintained highway sections. Other reviews I read claimed they "floated along" in these tires, perhaps they do at lower inflation pressures. Sidewall flex seems non-existent on hard cornering. So far I would recommend these tires to anyone with a small or mid-size SUV.