Are Blizzaks still the best?
In Tire Rack’s Winter Tires study, the Bridgestone Blizzak WS80 scored best for braking abilities in dry and wet winter driving conditions. On both surfaces, this Bridgestone model stopped a full three to four feet earlier than the second-place model.
Is Michelin X-ice snow a good winter tire?
Michelin’s X-ICE Snow is a reliable winter tire that lives up to its name. In our independent road testing, the X-ICE Snow earned top-tier results for both cornering and braking in the snow while maintaining excellent braking ability on ice and “very good” overall performance on wet and dry winter roads.
Which Michelin tire is best for winter?
Michelin X-Ice Snow
The X-Ice Snow is the ultimate winter tire for driving on snow and ice. It delivers excellent winter traction for your luxury performance car, minivan, SUV or crossover. It offers shorter ice and snow stopping distances thanks to the exceptional grip provided by two types of full-depth 3D sipes.