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Now that everyone is several years into ownership I'm wondering what is your best recommendation for a tire that combines great Fuel Efficiency with lower road noise. I'm still driving on the OEM Michelin Primacy's on my 2015 (that I just purchased last year) and it's time to change the tires. Looking at Bridgestone Ecopia or maybe sticking with Michelins? Costco is having a great sale right now on Michelin's and Bridgestone...would love advice!!!
 

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Now that everyone is several years into ownership I'm wondering what is your best recommendation for a tire that combines great Fuel Efficiency with lower road noise. I'm still driving on the OEM Michelin Primacy's on my 2015 (that I just purchased last year) and it's time to change the tires. Looking at Bridgestone Ecopia or maybe sticking with Michelins? Costco is having a great sale right now on Michelin's and Bridgestone...would love advice!!!
We replaced our tires with Pirelli P7 Cinturatos from Tire Rack. The are quiet, less expensive than OEM Michelins with just as good fuel efficiency.
 

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Now that everyone is several years into ownership I'm wondering what is your best recommendation for a tire that combines great Fuel Efficiency with lower road noise. I'm still driving on the OEM Michelin Primacy's on my 2015 (that I just purchased last year) and it's time to change the tires. Looking at Bridgestone Ecopia or maybe sticking with Michelins? Costco is having a great sale right now on Michelin's and Bridgestone...would love advice!!!
 

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I value grip more than economy and usually flip between 3 models based upon weather and temperature - Michelin Premier A/S, Michelin Pilot Super Sport (or 4S), and Bridgestone Blizzak LM-xx.

80% of mileage is on the Michelin Premier A/S. The other two give up fuel economy (~5% to 10%) for more condition-specific grip. Premier A/S will last about 80k miles with 3/32” remaining but the grip deteriorates noticeably by then and it’s safer to replace earlier.
 

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We replaced our tires with Pirelli P7 Cinturatos from Tire Rack. The are quiet, less expensive than OEM Michelins with just as good fuel efficiency.
I purchased the same tires for my CT, more specifically, Pirelli Cinturato P7 All season Plus. The ride is softer, quieter, smoother over bumps. The tires are great in snow, rain, dry pavement. They are better than the outdated Primacy's in every way. I saw an MPG gain of about 4, but that may be because of how worn my Michelin's were.
 
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