Your going to have to decide what you want your tires to do. You can't have it all. You can get tires that are good in winter, but those will be noisy in the summer. You can get quite tires in the summer, but those will suck in winter. You can get tires that give you good traction, but will wear fast, you can get tires that wear slow, but have bad traction. A middle of the road tire sucks at everything. My advice is 2 sets of tires, one for summer, and one for winter. Not really an option for most people. My summer tires are $180 each. My winter tires, when I drove the Bonneville in winter, were $99 each from Walmart.
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1997,1998,2000,2005 year confused Bonneville SSExi. Stock? ish.
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