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I can't tell you offhand what the best is because all I've had is the Firestone Firehawks on ours. I am about to have them replaced with 235/50/18 Goodyear Assurance Weatherready tires though and I see those were rated the best grand touring all season tires on tire rack until last night (now the Michelin CrossClimate+ have that honor).
 

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Help us out! Where are you from, what type of driving do you do and what type tire do you desire, also what price range are you willing to spend?

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Sorry, I live in NM, so just the quiestest highway tire. Snow is seldom a concern. Long story but CarMax put SUV tires on it before I bought it and I didn't know until taking it to Discount Tire to get them balanced correctily.
 

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Ok. Just by where you live. I would go back to the o.e. Firehawks which run quiet and do great on gas. If you have deep pockets, then maybe Michelins, I have heard very few complaints of that brand than any other.

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If you are wanting quieter tires, I'd look for some touring or grand touring tires which should be quieter than a high performance all season tire like the stock Firestone Firehawks.
 

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in rain love my P7 and continental extreme contacts. both approach their warranty as far as wear goes and are quiet. toward the end of life they get loud but i assume its this way with all tires. but both give total confidence in the pouring rain.
 
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