I will have to look to confirm but I believe that 2 of my tires are stock and 2 aren't. I never took a close look. My Eco has 49,000 miles now and I'm sure the front tires aren't factory. Although the rear ones may still be.
And the Volt.These are the factory tires for the Cruze Eco and Diesel
Because Goodyear provided a tire that met their desired specs at the lowest cost, right?There's a reasons GM engineer's put those on from the factory.
Yes, otherwise people would b*tch about the price of the vehicle being "too much". They do great for what they cost.Because Goodyear provided a tire that met their desired specs at the lowest cost, right?
Discount Tire Direct Coupon: Motor Wheels & Tires $100 Off $400 or More /w Stackable Rebates + Free Shipping - eBay Deals, Coupons and Promos. Order online, have another shop install them. What I did for my snow tires.New the tires are average, @38 k I'm having an adventure trying to get out of my driveway. Gonna order a set online as dealer wants $220 each installed.
My past experience with Goodyears was atrocious. I was pleasantly surprised with the V rated FuelMax Assurance that shipped on my ECO. I'm sure there was some cost consideration - there always is in engineering, but these are actually quite good. I'm currently on Perelli P7 Centurano and I'm going to go back to the Goodyears when I replace the Perellis.Because Goodyear provided a tire that met their desired specs at the lowest cost, right?
Every 5,000 miles, regardless of tire. No tire will last as long if it doesn't get different stresses on it from rotation and balancing.I have found with Goodyear tires you have to be religious with rotating them. If you don't they tend to wear pretty badly. Just my .02, your mileage may vary.