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The Nokians seem to be pretty popular on this and the L494 forums. I can't say anything positive or negative about the Bridgestones.
 

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Nokians are supposed to be really good. I’ve never had them.
I have had 2 sets of Blizzak’s. I felt they were really good when I first got them. But after a season or so, they were just okay. Someone told me they essentially have 2 layers. First layer is the full on grade A compound. Then the rest is just a regular snow tire compound. Don’t know if it’s true, but it does align with my experience.

I currently run the Toyo Observe Gsi5 in 255/55/20 XL and I really like them. They’ve been excellent for me.



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Ran the Nokians on my old L322, my current L405 and the wife's Cayenne...absolutely the best winter tyre...
 

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Nokians are supposed to be really good. I’ve never had them.
I have had 2 sets of Blizzak’s. I felt they were really good when I first got them. But after a season or so, they were just okay. Someone told me they essentially have 2 layers. First layer is the full on grade A compound. Then the rest is just a regular snow tire compound. Don’t know if it’s true, but it does align with my experience.

I currently run the Toyo Observe Gsi5 in 255/55/20 XL and I really like them. They’ve been excellent for me.


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Ran the Nokians on my old L322, my current L405 and the wife's Cayenne...absolutely the best winter tyre...
Great, thanks for the feedback.
 

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Have run Nokians on '15 RR, a Tesla Model X (why did I ever buy that vehicle???), my wife's BMW X5, a my current '19 RR. Can't imagine putting anything else on our vehicles up here during Vermont winters.
 
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