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About Digitalparadox

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    GS 450H
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  1. Tyres

    Yes they should do. My dealer price matched Black Circles price which had the best price for me. I have the gs450h and the michelin primacy 3 are fine.
  2. Tyres

    Forgot to add that i haven't read many good reviews on bridgestones either. Maybe the dealer is trying to shift them or have them on offer.
  3. Tyres

    I recently changed my rears from michelin primacy 3 to goodyears f1. The goodyears were on an offer price so decided to go with them. The michelins are good and i still have them on the fronts. I think i will get 21,000 out of the fronts. I got 15,000 miles out of the rears. I do brisk driving and a lot of city commuting driving so I'm sure you can get more miles out of them depending on type of driving. The Goodyears are very good so far, last couple of days rain gave me good grip and the sound level isn't bad. I have to say the braking distance is a bit better with the Goodyears. Having done quite a bit of research i have found the Michelin Primacy 3, Goodyear F1 and Dunlop Sport Maxx are probably the best tyres for this car. After that i suppose it comes to which one can do the best price (p.s a lot of lexus dealers price match elsewhere for tyres so make sure you ask!)
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    Thanks Ala- how many miles do you get out of them out of interest?
  5. Hi all, I'm new to this forum so thought I would start my first thread about tyres :) I have Michelin Primacy 3 tyres on all four corners and have so far lasted 15,000 miles. My back tyres now need changing with around 2.7mm thread left. I was just wondering what other people's experiences of tyres on this car have been. I have been contemplating replacing the backs with Michelin CrossClimates. I have found the Primacy 3 tyres to be good, although the backs do tend to slip a bit in the wet.