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Bridgestone Turanza T001 vs Michelin Primacy LC?


Sean-nim

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The tyres on my Aurion 2006 need to be change soon and I am choosing which brand to buy.

I have two options,

Bridgestone Turanza T001 - $170

Michelin Primacy LC - $190

but when I buy Michelin 4 tyres, I can get $70 cash back,

then which tyre would you be recommending?

I prefer longer life one, I think performance and noise are not big different.

Thank you.

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bobjane :spiteful: offer $100 cash back on set of 4 on t001s

the michelin will offer you longer kms and better fuel eco ( replacment from the mxv8)

the b/stone will be a better performance base sharper steering better wet weather girp with the inside outside tyre design but your will loose about 10,000km

my choice would be the t001's when merging onto highway i like to drop the hammer and grip up

michelin still a great tyre in the wet but if pushed to the limits the t001 will be the better

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bobjane :spiteful: offer $100 cash back on set of 4 on t001s

the michelin will offer you longer kms and better fuel eco ( replacment from the mxv8)

the b/stone will be a better performance base sharper steering better wet weather girp with the inside outside tyre design but your will loose about 10,000km

my choice would be the t001's when merging onto highway i like to drop the hammer and grip up

michelin still a great tyre in the wet but if pushed to the limits the t001 will be the better

Oh yes,

I just checked that Bob Jane offers $100 for T001 and one T001 is 179, so all together 616, much cheaper lol

I might go with T001

Thank you so much.

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I am looking at your tyre choices to, i now have Bridgestone RE002 nearly worn out

Was looking at Bridgestone ER33 which the new Aurion ZR6 have, think they give a choppy ride like the RE002 maybe not as bad.

Been in a Presara with the Michelins Primacy LC the car is quieter than mine alot less road noise and softer.

I don't think you can go wrong with the Michelins and you can get some good deals $178 at JAX.

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the er33 are sadly disapointing all police aurions run them now and the feed back is why did they change from the michelins to this **** , have a look at pirelli p1 great tyre and cheap as chips if you look around. get your best price then head to your closest bobjane and use the lowest price guarantee like bunnings they will match it and pay 10% of the difference...

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