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Cooper Tire Reviews
Had these for a year and put over 150,000kms on them and there is still decent tread left (well for summer anyways). I do a lot of hwy miles in Northern Ontario and have never been let down by these tires in the snow. Reliable handling and bite in harsh conditions with very little road noise on dry road at hwy speed. Will be replacing with the same tires this fall!
Liked the tires very well.
I switched from a "H/T" tire to these "A/T" tires and the performance in the snow is substantially improved, I found no noticeable difference in ride quality, handling, or in the noise produced by these tires. I am very pleased with these tires and will consider Cooper tires for any future purchases.
Have been very happy with these tires.
I work for the NHDOT in northern NH. I am called to work when the roads are at their worst! I depend on these tires to get me to my plow truck as quickly and safely as they can, and these tires NEVER let me down! I won't think of buying anything else for winter tires!
Used with studs in Eagle River Alaska 3 yrs and performed extremely well. Retired to WR, GA 2010 and have worn these tires for 3.5 yrs and still have plenty of tread to last until summer 2014. These are perfect for snow/ice and adequate in warm climates. Will replace with AT3 Coopers.
Live in Michigan.
I put these tires on my 2016 Yukon XL in November.
Relatively mild 2016-2017 winter but when it snowed the performance from the Discoverer M+S was excellent. They were so much better in the snow than the OEM Continental tires that it was hard to believe. Worth the investment. Very small increase in road noise but easily worth the trade-off for improved traction and safety. 7K miles and they still look new.
I have these tires on a 3/4 ton plow truck; when they wear out I will replace them with another set.
I've ran mine in the winter only. Handles great in the mud and snow. I rotate them every 6,000 miles. About to run them on winter #4. Everyone complaining about the road noise should've known a tire with this many sipes is all about traction. You get more noise and traction at the same time. Also snow tires are designed for weather at 40� or colder. Warmer weather will make them wear faster. After 3 winters and over 50,000 miles, I still am at 7/32 tread depth.
These tires had a 60,000 mile warranty on them and they looked and rode great but the tread wear didn't last past 40,000 miles and I had to change them. I DID NOT buy Cooper's the next time.
Did great in all snow/winter conditions. The trailblazer goes anywhere with these on. With deep snow, rarely need to put in 4 wheel drive. Tread still looks new after 1st winter driving.