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2017 Winter Tire Rebates

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Jan 14, 2016
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Kitchener, ON
Hmmm I don't see the tire rebates on the Toyo website. The only rebate I see is the spring rebate which expired at the end of May.
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May 25, 2016
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turbos007 wrote:
Sep 9th, 2017 8:10 pm
Which year CRV? Costco has a good promo now for Bridgestone.
2016 CRV LX

I like your profile photo btw..love the guy lol
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Jan 25, 2004
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Ottawa
starchoice wrote:
Sep 11th, 2017 5:37 pm
Need tires this winter. Can't wait until 2107.
Wut?
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Jan 17, 2012
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Toronto
I was hoping to find a package with winter tire set + storage of summer tires.
First year with a car so I never paid attention to these things.
Has anyone seen such deals in past years?
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May 25, 2016
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reading the thread just realize i will buy a set of crappy steel wheels probably to go with the tires...make things easier and actually cheaper in the long term
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Jul 27, 2004
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I got Xice3 in 2013, is it time to change? What should I get?
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Konowl wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 9:52 am
Wut?
german_singh wrote:
Sep 11th, 2017 5:25 pm

I contacted Bridgestone Canada and was advised that there would be a Canadian rebate starting November 1, 2107.
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Oct 10, 2007
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Toronto
I've got a 2015 Nissan Rogue SL. I believe I currently have 18" wheels on them, but the guy at Z-Racing said 17" is fine and no difference other than cost. Anyone have a recommendation on whether to get 17" vs 18"? And any brand recommendation as well?

He quoted me $700+tax for Evergreen winter tires and rims. He also quoted me $900+tax for Bridgestone (Blizzak?) winter tires and rims.

TMPS sensors were an extra $200ish, but I don't think those are necessary.

Any recommendations? Michelin Latitute X-Ice 2 vs Bridgestone Blizzak vs Pirelli vs something else??

Anyone check out Tire World?
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jumperson22 wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 2:58 pm
I've got a 2015 Nissan Rogue SL. I believe I currently have 18" wheels on them, but the guy at Z-Racing said 17" is fine and no difference other than cost. Anyone have a recommendation on whether to get 17" vs 18"? And any brand recommendation as well?

He quoted me $700+tax for Evergreen winter tires and rims. He also quoted me $900+tax for Bridgestone (Blizzak?) winter tires and rims.

TMPS sensors were an extra $200ish, but I don't think those are necessary.

Any recommendations? Michelin Latitute X-Ice 2 vs Bridgestone Blizzak vs Pirelli vs something else??

Anyone check out Tire World?
Smaller inches is always better, huge savings and better in snow. You might have a 16inch option on that car as well. I have always gone from 17's to 15's on my cars - half the price
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Jan 31, 2006
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always go smaller for snow tires. first hand experience with my Kia. 17s aren't that good in the snow at all.
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UrbanPoet wrote:
Sep 10th, 2017 10:10 am
Sweet! I can get $70 off the set of Yokohama G015 that I wanted!
I should probably get them installed now to avoid the winter rush . . .
Sweet, thanks for pointing that out! I just ordered some Yokohama Geolander A/T G015 yesterday. I have not paid for them, or had them installed yet, so I guess I need to make sure the invoice is not dated earlier than September 15th.

If it helps you, Active Green + Ross had the lowest online advertised price I could find. I had my nearest Kal Tire beat them by 5%.
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Jul 21, 2013
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Calgary
Desalex wrote:
Sep 9th, 2017 1:31 am
I've had the Blizzak DM-V1 on my older Rav and they've been fantastic. I have Michelin X-ICE Xi3 on my other vehicle and they don't work well at all in snow or ice.
That is odd because most reviews suggest otherwise.

I will go again with new WS80's, hard to beat them for that price.
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We had new Xi3 installed last winter, thought they were great. Really comfortable ride, virtually no extra road noise (which is a common issue for a lot of winter tires), and grip was good enough for snowy conditions in greater Toronto. Also, did not take any significant hit in fuel economy.
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Roger21 wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 3:27 pm
That is odd because most reviews suggest otherwise.

I will go again with new WS80's, hard to beat them for that price.
I had Michelin X-Ice tires on my pickup truck for the last 3 or 4 winters. They are nice and quiet, and work well in non snowy conditions. No squirmy handling, or loud noise. The snow and ice performance was fine, though not mind blowing. With 4 wheel drive, I did not have to worry about deep snow. We almost never get more than a foot of snow at a time in St. Catharines anyway. They worked way better in cold rainy conditions than my winter rated Dunlop RVXT A/T tires.

As the Michelins wore out, I decided to run them down this summer, since they did not have another winter left in them. Not shockingly, they wore out really fast. Had I rotated them, maybe I could have got to the start of this coming winter, but they did not make it. My front tires had insufficient tread depth to make it through heavy rain conditions without hydroplane risk. I'll definitely be getting an alignment when I get my new tires too, since the wear was not as even as it should have been.

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