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5 out of 5Submitted by Julian in PA on 5/3/2013(2008 Saturn Trucks Vue XE (FWD))
5 out of 5Submitted by Jack in MT on 10/2/2012(2005 Mazda 3 i 2.0L Sedan)
These tires are great. I recommend them often and my family uses Blizzaks on all of our winter drivers.
5 out of 5Submitted by Marv in NJ on 10/2/2012(2004 Honda Minivans Odyssey EX)
I love these tires - they turn our Odyssey into a Jeep during the winter. Safe, pretty quiet, and better handling than most dedicated snows. I recommend the Blizzak to everyone I know.
5 out of 5Submitted by Eric in NH on 10/2/2012(2011 Honda Minivans Odyssey EX)
These WS - 70 Blizzaks are all around awesome tires. The car feels like it is attached to the road. Ice and snow grip is tremendous. My family feels much safer in the winter driving conditions with these tires mounted. I would absolutely buy another set of these tires. They are well worth the investment.
5 out of 5Submitted by Keith in ND on 10/2/2012(2009 Toyota Corolla S)
Best tire ever for winter driving. These tires have lowered my blood pressure significantly. I drive 150 mi + per day and these tires are wearing extremely well. Never been so sure footed on slick icy roads!
5 out of 5Submitted by Ben in MI on 10/2/2012(2005 Hyundai Elantra GLS)
Compared to last year when I kept my all-seasons, these tires are an amazing difference. Cornering stability in slush and snow, great highway performance, even with danger of black ice. I feel so much safer with these tires. I am able to negotiate corners, hills, any sort of obstacle you'd encounter in your daily driving - snow or otherwise.
5 out of 5Submitted by Mitch in MA on 10/2/2012(2008 Pontiac Grand Prix Base)
No problems, good ice traction. Would buy again.
5 out of 5Submitted by Paulie in WY on 10/2/2012(2003 Nissan Maxima SE)
Wow. These are awesome in severe conditions. I have tried to get out of control on solid ice and deep snow and it is nearly impossible. This is particularly impressive on a high-powered car with no traction control.
5 out of 5Submitted by Ethan in OR on 10/2/2012(1998 Oldsmobile Aurora Base)
I had a set of the WS60s on my previous vehicle and I loved them so much I bought a new set for my current car (WS70s this time). I have absolutely no complaints about this tire. It does exactly what it is supposed to do, and it does it well, without sacrificing normal weather usability. We had a light winter this year so I didn't have to drive in a whole lot of ice or snow, but I had firm confidence when I did need to. If I ever need another set of snow tires, there is only one place I'll look!
5 out of 5Submitted by Kevin in MA on 10/2/2012(2008 Honda Civic EX)
Blizzak's are fantastic tires. I highly recommend them. I"m always sad when the snow leaves and I have to put the OEM summer tires back on. These winter tires handle so much better than the OEM all seasons. The Blizzaks stick like glue in all conditions including slush, snow, and ice.
I will definitely be buying more.
5 out of 5Submitted by Marc in IL on 10/2/2012(2002 Volkswagen Beetle GLS)
This was my first set of winter tires and man they blew me away. Its like night and day compared to all-season tires. I only had them mounted for 1-2 months due to lack of snow, but boy the snow we did get i was plowing right through. They turned my FWD car into an AWD. I would highly recommend these tires to anyone.
5 out of 5Submitted by Jimbo in NY on 10/2/2012(2011 Hyundai Sonata SE 2.0T)
I've had Blizzaks on several cars now and it still amazes me how much more traction they have in winter than standard all weather tires. Last winter I had to drive in intermittent blizzard conditions. I had cars all around me slide off the road with traction problems but I was steady as a rock. In my opinion if they save one winter incident, snow tires are worth the added expense and trouble for us. Incidentally I purchased another set of Blizzaks this year for a new vehicle.
4.7 out of 5Submitted by mahad in MN on 12/14/2011(2007 Dodge Charger SE)