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Yokohama AVID ENVigor
Yokohama AVID ENVigor
  • Price Range:  USD $117.99 to $307.99
    All Season

    Quite possibly the most complete tire ever created.

    Yokohama is raising the bar on performance with the introduction of its all-new AVID® ENVigor™! ENVigor is the first tire to collectively offer excellent traction and handling, superior comfort, long tread life and remarkable fuel efficiency. Available in 69 sizes, it is one of the largest launches in the company's history. ENVigor is so clearly in a league of its own that a new category virtually had to be created for it: "Grand Performance"!

    • UNIBLOC SHOULDER & TAPERED CENTER RIB — Provide enhanced stiffness for improved handling on wet and dry roads.
    • ANGLED GROOVE WALLS & ADAPTIVE 3D SIPES — Help resist hydroplanning and maintain winter and water traction over the life of the tire.
    • OPTIMIZED CONTACT PATCH — Maximizes road contact for long, even wear while minimizing rolling resistance by reducing the friction of the cap compound.
    • GROOVE-IN-GROOVE TECHNOLOGY — Creates tiny slits inside groove walls to help distribute stress loads to reduce eneven wear and enhance stiffness.
    • ALL-NEW SLICA COMPOUND — Delivers ultra-low rolling resistance for increased fuel efficiency, without sacrifying treadlife, comfort or grip on dry, wet or snow-covered roads.
    • SIX PITCH TREAD VARIATION — Separates the tread blocks into six size and shape variations, which are strategically staggered around the tire to reduce pattern noise.
    • UNIQUE, ALL-NEW PROFILE — is engineered to deliver a smooth, comfortable ride.

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    Overall: 3.4  
  • 7/28/2014
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  • Size: 235/45R18 (2012 Chevrolet Orlando 4 Dr Sport Utility LTZ with 30000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    Bougth these tires based on my dealer's recommendation. I started complaining about the noise and the vibrations to the car dealership and they recommended an alignment to rectify the uneven wear. The car passed with flying colour! Everything is fine with the wheel alignment.They checked the suspension as well as the wheel bearing, but everything is good! We are now trying to get some warranty money's from the wholeseller. At almost $200. per, one would expect to get more than 30K on tires!
    Overall: 3.3  
  • 7/1/2014
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  • Size: 225/60R17 (2010 Infiniti EX35 4 Dr Sport Utility Base with 9654 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    Good tires but very noisy, I acutally though there was something wrong with the car. I rebalanced the wheels, alightment, and changed to nitrogen in the tires, still very noisy. I even went as far as having the dealership check all my suspension components. Should have bought the cheaper kumho and saved some money because they are louder than the kumho asx and give about the same performance. Do not buy this model, yokohama have other great tires like the yk520/580, parada, etc.. the avid envigor is way too loud, wish I could return them. Also keep in mind these are 60 series tires so the side wall is pretty big, they should not be this loud
    Overall: 3.2  
  • 5/28/2014
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  • Size: 205/60R16 ( 45000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    I got about 45,000 km before they needed to replaced... with non-aggressive driving, mostly on the highway. Appallingly bad! To their credit, Yokohama gave me a very large credit towards a new set, which I think I will take them up on (notwithstanding my next paragraph). These tires are horrendously bad in wet snow. I had an accident while driving in an early snowfall (when the tires were new). I was on a street with a slight downhill grade and someone came to a stop in front of me, and although I wasn't going fast, the tires slid like I was on some bobsled course. Looking around afterward, I didn't see anyone else sliding around in those conditions. If I do get the replacement set, I now know to put my Hakkas on early (or stay at home when it snows).
    Overall: 3.3  
  • 4/23/2014
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  • Size: 215/45R17 (2010 Kia Forte 4 Dr Sedan SX with 1000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)
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    Only got these last fall,so I can't really rate them for mileage. They are definitley louder than my previous set (Goodyear Eagles).They also don't corner as well as the Eagles. They seem fairly sure-footed as far as traction goes on bare dry pavement and in the rain. Only a fool would drive in snow with "All-Season" tires. There is no such thing. Get some snow tires(4), and wisen up. The only fault I find so far with these is that they're real stone magnets. Just spent the last hour or so digging small pebbles out of treads. Perhaps thats how the get their all season rating, the little stones act like studs on a snow tire (LOL). Will keep an eye on wear this summer and report back in the fall. These weren't cheap, so I hope they last. Good luck with yours!
    Overall: 2.4  
  • 3/22/2014
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  • Size: ( 1609 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    I was encouraged to buy this tire because they are supposedly "the best" all season tire. I have to say they are the absolute worst tire I have ever had on any of my vehicles. Quite frankly, they scare the s*** out of me even when there is a dusting of snow on the roads. I will never buy Yokohamas, and will never recommend them because of this experience. Thankfully, I am trading my Volvo in soon, and will be rid of these death traps.
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