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Looking for a Great All Season Tire

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I'm looking for a good tire I can use all year. I've in Syracuse NY so I have below 0° Winters & 90° Summers. Currently using Continentals which are great in the winter but Noisy in the summer. Any suggestions other than getting1 set of winter tires & another set for summer
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I'd check with Tire Rack reviews. IMO they give by far the most complete ratings, do the most complete testing. CR also tests extensively.

I was a True Believe in one set of all seasons until we moved to northern Idaho. A set of winter tires was the difference between night and day regarding traction and safety in the winter. Good luck whatever you choose.
This is new from Michelin, I saw one review on YouTube and it looks quite interesting — supposed to be better in cold climates.
Yeah, I've seen those. Wicked looking tire. I'm surprised there are no reviews yet on TR, that tire has been out a little while.
If I lived in Syarcuse NY I would be running on winter tires for sure. I live in Ontario, Canada. Snow tires are a must have. When I bought my 2020 EX+ July 2019, I shopped around for the best wheel+winter tire packages. The best deal by far believe it or not was from the Kia dealership. I down sized from 17" OEM alloy rims to 16" steelies (recommended by Kia) with my own choice of rubber. I choose 16" steelies with Blizzak snows. I couldn't ask for a better winter tire and I've had a many different brands over the years. Michelin X Ice (way overpriced) Hankook, which I found performed in icy slushy conditions.
I'm currently running Blizzak's on two family 2020 EX+I vehicles. Blizzak's have great traction in snow and slushy conditions and oh! so quiet; in fact they are as quiet as my summer tires. Just my opinion.
I run Blizzaks, the new WS90s are out and I've seen good test results from them.
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