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I have almost 95,000 miles on two pairs of FR710's rated at 65,000 miles that came new with my Chevy Cruze 37 months ago. I'm pushing for 100,000 before I replace them. Rotated them twice in 95,000 miles. Caveat - I do about 70% straight ahead freeway driving which has helped extend the life, but these are simply very good tires. I'm definitely replacing them with the same tires.
I've been driving with these tires for the last 2 years now, daily commuting, and I have to say they've more than exceeded my expectations. Their only draw back is they're not as planted in the snow as I would like them to be, but at the end of the day, they're not snow tires so you can really only expect so much.
I have got 45,000 miles on the tire. They need to be replaced soon but could probably get by for another year. I have not had a front end alignment on the vehicle since I got the tires. Only rotate them and keep them inflated properly. They are wearing well and have no issues with rot. They handle well. No take off or stopping problems. A lot has to do with driving and braking. I would buy them again.
TOTALLY TERRIBLE IN SNOW AFTER 5K, AND I DO NOT CARE FOR THE MANUFACTURER WARRANTY. THEY OFFERED ONLY A 40% PRO-RATE DISCOUNT ON MY TIRES. I ONLY GOT 20K OUT OF THE ORIGINAL TIRES, AND THEY WOULD NOT WARRANTY THE NEXT SET. ALSO, WHY SHOULD I HAVE TO PAY THE EXTRA FEES OF REBALANCING, DISPOSAL ETC. THAT'S AN EXTRA $80. WHEN YOU BUY 65K TIRES, YOU SHOULD HAVE NO OTHER TIRE EXPENSES FOR 65K! THEIR MATH AND LOGIC IS ABSURD! A BETTER BET I FOUND IS JUST STICK WITH CHEAP 40K TIRES. WHY WASTE YOUR MONEY, THEY LAST JUST AS LONG AS EXPENSIVE 80K TIRES.
44,000 miles and after state inspection said I might get another 4,000 miles. They are ok, but not gonna buy again.
Still have tire bought in 2013. Tire starting to form dry rot.
This tire has been really, surprisingly good in the snow for m/s rating.
This is one of the best tires I have ever had. Been on my car for three years and has worn like iron. Got 40,000 miles on them. Going to buy the same tire!
I put a lot of miles on my car as I commute to Philly from Baltimore. The tires have thus far experienced a great deal of snow, rain, and plain aggressive handling in their quickly racked up 38,000 miles. I am nuts about tire rotation so the FR710s are only about 50% worn.
Pure junk. 25,000 miles on brand new car and they are shot.
For a budget tire, they perform exceptionally well. The only issue I have had is trying to stop in a wet condition, they slid a lot more than expected.
I bought these tires right before winter and they were outstanding in the rain. Winter just hit us in Michigan and they have been even better for road and off road traction. I would recommend these tires for purchase to anyone. Five Stars!!!
This is an excellent tire all the way around and priced right also. I feel safe with these tires.
These tires came as original equipment tires. They are a 65,000 mile tire and I am at 65,945 miles. As they wore down the noise level increased with flat spotting occurring. The traction in the winter months was not that great but I could get around well enough. Wet traction on the road was excellent but when starting out, they would slip considerably until I got moving. These are a low resistance tire so that may have something to do with it. Towards the end of their life, cracking started around the shoulder of the tire as well. Not too deep but it looks almost like the tread was starting to separate. All in all not a bad tire.
Unsafe after only 24,000 miles. Typical cheap OME. Let's see if they make good on their warranty.
I've only driven my car 26,000 miles and the tires need to be replaced, they are junk!