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Palisade OEM tires

Mike

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So far I've seen Michelin and Bridgestone are the factory tire options.
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Bridgestone Dueler for SEL and SE FWD

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My Palisade Limited came with Bridgestone Dueler H/P Sport tires. The Bridgestone site that I looked at showed an avg. review around 4 stars for this tire.

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Our 2020 Limited, picked up on 01/01/2020, came with Hankook ventus s1 noble2 tires 245/50 20 inch. I wonder why there is such a difference in tires coming from the same company?
 
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2018 Genesis G90 ultimate
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Picked mine up last week and it came with Bridgestone Dueler H/P Sport tires.
Hyundai is now shipping palisades with 42-45 lbs tire pressure to prevent flat spots.
Maybe they were replaced at port or dealership because of flat spots.
When you first get your Palisade make sure the dealer prep dept. has changed the pressure to 35 lbs.
Makes a lot of difference in the ride quality with 35 lbs.
 

pgiinc

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Bridgestone Dueler H/P Sport tires here
I love to switch they out for michelin tours
I did that to my 2019 Lexus but I going to refrain for it this time
 
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Haven't had any problems with the Bridgestone tires.. do have road noise on certain road surfaces. I don't know if different tires would help with the noise.
 
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My friend changed his to Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season Plus II.
Makes a lot of difference in ride.
I'm thinking of putting on BFGoodrich's Advantage T/A Sport LT.
They would be much better in snow but only have an H rating.
I'm never going to go over or even near that rating, And H rated
tires usually ride a little softer than v rated tires
The other tire I'm leaning towards is Bridgestone H/L Alenza Plus
 
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LIG

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Bridgestone Dueler H/P Sport tires here
I love to switch they out for michelin tours
I did that to my 2019 Lexus but I going to refrain for it this time
Where you happy with yourMichelins on the Lexus and why don’t you want them on your Palisade.
 
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Sioux City, IA, USA
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2020 Hyundai Palisade Limited
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My Limited came with Bridgestone Dueler H/P Sport tires. I found them to be very noisy. I checked the reviews on Tire Rack and found that they rated very near to the bottom compared with other similar tires. I traded in my tires at a local tire shop for about half the price of new, for a set of Continental Cross Contact LX25. The new tires are much quieter and ride noticeably better. Winter traction is rated much higher than the stock Bridgestones also. Almost bought the Perelli Scorpion Verde PlusII which is rated almost exactly the same as the Continentals. The tie breaker for me was that the Continentals are American made and the Perelli are not.
 
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My Limited came with Bridgestone Dueler H/P Sport tires. I found them to be very noisy. I checked the reviews on Tire Rack and found that they rated very near to the bottom compared with other similar tires. I traded in my tires at a local tire shop for about half the price of new, for a set of Continental Cross Contact LX25. The new tires are much quieter and ride noticeably better. Winter traction is rated much higher than the stock Bridgestones also. Almost bought the Perelli Scorpion Verde PlusII which is rated almost exactly the same as the Continentals. The tie breaker for me was that the Continentals are American made and the Perelli are not.

Thanks for the information.. I too noticed road noise and seemed more from the back. I think you made a wish choice going with the Continental's. I feel you get better service. !!
 

CE55

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Thanks for the information.. I too noticed road noise and seemed more from the back. I think you made a wish choice going with the Continental's. I feel you get better service. !!
My Limited came with Bridgestone Dueler H/P Sport tires. I found them to be very noisy. I checked the reviews on Tire Rack and found that they rated very near to the bottom compared with other similar tires. I traded in my tires at a local tire shop for about half the price of new, for a set of Continental Cross Contact LX25. The new tires are much quieter and ride noticeably better. Winter traction is rated much higher than the stock Bridgestones also. Almost bought the Perelli Scorpion Verde PlusII which is rated almost exactly the same as the Continentals. The tie breaker for me was that the Continentals are American made and the Perelli are not.
Thanks for the information. I do not like the Bridgestone tires either. I tried to get a local tire shop to take mine and they declined. I have 2k miles on them, but they wouldn't offer anything for them.
 


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