I recently replaced the blue streak tyres on my rodeo with Michelin agilis tyres.
The wet weather grip is exceptional, the ride is more supple and they "feel" great through the steering. I can't comment about mileage yet , but they are supposed to last 85000 k, so I'll have to wait and see.
For a small price premium over average tyres I believe that it is a small price to pay for the extra safety these tyres deliver.
Purchased in at Bob Jane T-Marts for $90.
I have fitted two pairs of these to my Dad's 4x2 2003 Toyota Hilux dual cab ute, most recently in August 2019.
We have been impressed with their wear rate, stability on the Stuart Highway, wet weather performance and durability so far. We had these fitted to their previous ute and they performed well.
I like that these provide a more car-like ride, noise levels and that they look a bit more premium than the old zig-zag tyre pattern of most ute tyres. The sidewall pattern, which is supposed to help protect the tyre from kerb impacts, is a good...feature. The squared off tread pattern also seems to help the car feel more stable, imho. The lift in braking performance compared to the old worn out 'Triangle' brand tyres that the car was sold with, was noticeable.
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