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I just had these installed and ready for some fun in the snow!!
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Nice!! Have Nokians on my 98 Range Rover and they are amazing in the snow. Been seriously considering putting them on the 2013. Let us know how they handle in the snow.
 

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Nice!! Have Nokians on my 98 Range Rover and they are amazing in the snow. Been seriously considering putting them on the 2013. Let us know how they handle in the snow.
I will do that :)
 

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Zero, what are your initial thoughts on these tires compared to the stock ones? Such as ride, handling, and noise levels.
To be honest with you, I thought it would be harsh, it's the opposite, I drove about 50 miles or so on the same roads here, and I'm very happy how quite and soft it is. No harsh road noise and over bumps it's as good as the Michelins.

It looks so nice on the car, not like some of the other dedicated snow tires, I love the tread design :)
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Zero, what are your initial thoughts on these tires compared to the stock ones? Such as ride, handling, and noise levels.
I have had these tires on my car since last year - October. Used them in the summer too here in SW Ontario. I did not notice any change in handling or noise. The sidewalls on these tires have been strengthened to prevent too much flexibility - specially in the summer. They are a great all-weather tire. I am going to stick with these tires on the RRS S/C in 275/40/20 for year round use.

I am interested in seeing how long they last.... They 'normally' have a warranty of 80K km (50K miles) but the warranty does not apply to 275/40/20.
 

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I have had these tires on my car since last year - October. Used them in the summer too here in SW Ontario. I did not notice any change in handling or noise. The sidewalls on these tires have been strengthened to prevent too much flexibility - specially in the summer. They are a great all-weather tire. I am going to stick with these tires on the RRS S/C in 275/40/20 for year round use.

I am interested in seeing how long they last.... They 'normally' have a warranty of 80K km (50K miles) but the warranty does not apply to 275/40/20.
My friend did not recommend me driving in the summer, hot weather is not good for it he said...
 

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My friend did not recommend me driving in the summer, hot weather is not good for it he said...
Your friend is probably correct - even though Nokian touts them as "all-weather." I'm experimenting and will let you guys know how long they last!!
 
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