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  1. Pirelli Cinturato P7 vs Michelin Energy Saver A/S

    Wheels & Tires - Chevy Volt
    So I've been sifting through a lot of reviews and info on here to replace my 2012 Volt's tires. Based on what I've read, the Pirelli Cinturato P7 and Michelin Energy Saver A/S are 2 of the better ones but if any of the experts here wanted to lend me some advice or alternative tire suggestions...
  2. Michelin Premier A/S- UNREAL improvement over the Goodyear Assurance!

    Wheels & Tires - Chevy Volt
    Got 'screwed' a couple days ago by a 3/8"x2" sheet metal screw in the left rear (so to speak). 1" from the shoulder on a Goodyear Assurance so I decided to rid myself of the agonizing ride that I was not happy with on the '12 volt I picked up a couple weeks ago so I rolled in on a set of...
  3. Tired of flats? The Tweel may be for you.

    Wheels & Tires - Chevy Volt
    We've seen this concept before, even on the NASA moon buggy. Maybe it's getting a bit closer for car use? I just got an email from my John Deere dealer promoting these: Here's another application: And then there is this old promo for car use:
  4. MXM4 Tires - Reduced Range - 4Sale

    Wheels & Tires - Chevy Volt
    Recently purchased a set of Michelin MXM4s from Costco about 2 months ago. They are definitely quieter than the stock FuelMax tires, but I'm getting 4-6 miles less range. They are marketed with Michelin's 'Green-X' as low rolling resistance tires, but I'm not happy. I'm keeping them at 40 psi...
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