- Genesis Model Type
- Genesis G80
I have a 28th 18 I'm trying to find out ways the best tires for my G80 the local dealer is try to get me to put on some Force UHD I never heard of this tire before do anyone know anything about them
'Got a 2018 G80 Ult that Michelin 245 X 45R 18 are at 38,244 miles that seemed to be good for a few more miles. I plan to replace at 40K. My dealer wants $1,376 to replace!! (I'll be looking elsewhere) But the Michelines seem to be pretty good.I have a 28th 18 I'm trying to find out ways the best tires for my G80 the local dealer is try to get me to put on some Force UHD I never heard of this tire before do anyone know anything about them
I like the continentals DWS. Some dont like them . I find them grippy and quiet. So far they are wearing down nice and even.Don, agreed, the Michelin MXM4 245/45-18's all around on my G80 are quiet and grip & run well. Only have 4k miles on the car but unless something better comes along, I'll replace them with the same (but not from the dealership).
Lol wow I didn't realize it had that many typos i was using voice to text from my phone.... But the reason I asked i just Purchase the car and the dealership said the car needed some tires. I bought the car before the tires came in and they own me a new set. They say they order the Atlas force uhp and I told them I never heard of them and I refuse take off the Michigan that's not even to the safety mark.... i just don't think they would have put them on the car if it was still on the lotTrying to read through your typos, sounds like you're asking about the "Atlas Tire Force UHP Ultra-High Performance All Season" tires.
Reviews seem to indicate they're low end tires and not that expensive, but the ratings seem okay. Why not just buy the tires you want?
Force UHP – Atlas Tires
I said the hell with it and took them I'll just hold on to them and use them for when my set go badD.NICE, congrats on the car purchase. Sounds like they're trying to provide a cheap tire to meet their promise to replace them.
In the attached review, Consumer Reports ranked them at 14 of 15. Seems like they run around $100 each based on comparison of other sizes and prices. Amazon has a few.
If you're stuck with them, you could always run then for a while until they can be replaced.
It sounds like the tires. I have same problem, but kind of worse. Cars sits for weeks at a time , those couple of week flatspots take a good half hour at 65 mph to smooth out. I purchased flatstoppers and problem solved.Yup, I see that Tire Rack sells them. And, they have a video review of the Quadrac Pro’s. They rate them very highly. Better than the 3 competitors that were part of the review. Smooth, quiet, comfortable and with good grip, too. But you’re right about their availability. Discount Tire doesn’t carry them unfortunately. So, I was hoping to hear from some other owners who might have experience with them. I admit part of my motivation is to deal with the slight vibration I’m experiencing for the first 5 or so miles of initial driving of the car. Kinda frustrating. Maybe it’s something other than the tires. I’ve read some owner threads hat suggest it could be a problem with the torque converter or drive shaft. I’m trying to sort through it, but since the vibration goes away after the first 5 miles of initial driving for the day, my inclination is to think it’s flat spotting with the tires since the car is so heavy (3.8 w AWD).