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Toyo Celsius offers year-round versatility plus winter-weather safety in one. This all-weather tire offers better ice and snow traction than a typical all-season tire and longer tread life than a winter tire. Celsius stops up to 14 feet shorter on snow and eight feet shorter on ice than a typical all-season tire* plus it’s backed by a 60,000-mile warranty.
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Buy 'em, try 'em, love 'em. If you are not completely satisfied after 500-miles or 45-days, we'll take them back.
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I liked them so much that I bought the very same tires to replace the other ones that just reached their end of life.
CAR: 2008-ACURA TSX I'M AN EXTREME FUSS-POT AND AFTER RESEARCHING OPTIONS FOR MY TSX-IT CAME DOWN TO YOKOHAMA VS TOYO'S. I HAVE 7-CARS AND HAVE TOYO'S AND YOKOHAMA'S ON OTHERS. ALL HAVE BEEN EXCELLENT. MY FIRST CRITERIA IS APPEARANCE, THEN NOISE. EVERYTHING ELSE IS DOWNHILL FOR ME. ABSOLUTELY LOVE THE DESIGN-LOOK OF THESE TIRES. THEY LOOK LIKE A RACING TIRE THE WAY THE TOYO NAME AND INFO IS DESIGNED-DISPLAYED. NICE AND QUIET; BRAKING, HANDLING, CORERING, STABILITY IS EXCELLENT. I DID HAVE TROUBLE FINDING STOCK. GIGA WAS MY DEALER. COST WAS SUPER REASONABLE. TRUST IN JAPAN INC. THEY KNOW HOW TO DESIGN AND MANUF. HIGHLY RECOMMEND. THANK U TOYO.
I have just put it 2 of these tires on my 2001 Camry. I like how it handles and brakes. The ride quality seems to be a bit better than the previous Sentury Touring tires I had. I will update later on the treadwear and durability of the tire. So far so good. Recommended.
I purchased the car used with Michelin Defender high mileage tires, including previous owner and my mileage, I got 90k miles out of the Michelins. However they rode hard over pavement irregularities and I was not impressed with wet weather traction. I'm an independent courier and drive my personal car for work, 65k plus miles a year. The Extensas IIs are a much better ride, and much better in wet weather and light winter conditions. They are also a more quiet ride than the previous tire. For a courier a comfortable, quiet ride greatly improves work. I ran the original Extensa on my previous cars and enjoyed them as well, and these AS IIs are even better in heavy rain. I cannot vouch for mileage warranty on these yet, however the original Extensa AS tires got me every mile they promised and then some. I'm a Toyo die hard now. I replaced the Michelins on my 4x4 SUV years ago, and like the ones on my sedan, they lasted forever, but off road were a letdown. Open Country AT IIs, and the mountain top is the limit literally.
Great tires overall, drive them on my '17 Corolla XSE. I take my car auto crossing and drive with a heavy foot, these tires don't let me down. Definitely need a few minutes or miles to warm them up, but once they're warm they stick great. I will not be trying them in the snow, as I switch to winter sets. But for rain and extreme cold they have held well.
I'll be honest; I drive fast and I'm hard on tires. I corner tight, I brake heavy, I accelerate hard (for a Corolla..), and I like to be where I'm going. I enjoy driving, and I do it in one of the most brutal environments in the world for a tire; on the sun-baked scorching hot asphalt of South Texas roads. These just passed 20k miles of hard city and highway driving and they're still holding strong. Lesser tires de-laminate and bubble on long summer trips, or the sidewalls soften up and start to handle like garbage with city driving. Not these. These have survived potholes, gravel roads, my wife, and highway-speed evasive maneuvers that would have torn the sidewall out of a lesser tire. They've got the grip to come to a quick stop, they stick like gum on aggressive take-offs, and they've kept the car on rails though water that could have easily had me hydroplaning. I'm ordering another set to go with a fresh suspension overhaul and alignment, but they're still in great condition with far more tread left than I would have expected after the miles and abuse I put them through. I'm very critical of most products I buy, but these have exceeded my expectations by leaps and bounds and earned some props. Nice job Toyo folks; you really nailed it with these Extensas. If these tires can survive me and the scorching Wild Horse Desert, it'll be a cake-walk for the more temperate climates and drivers out there. Haha...
*Performance claim based upon commissioned third-party test results. Test conducted on 215/60R16 tires. Snow braking from 30 to 0 mph; ice braking from 15 to 0 mph. Individual results may vary. For a copy of the test report, write to Toyo Tire U.S.A. Corp., P.O. Box 6052, Cypress, CA 90630. All Toyo brand tires are subject to continuous development. Toyo Tire U.S.A. Corp. reserves the right to change construction, materials or specifications without notice or obligation. Contact your Toyo Tires dealer or Toyo Tires for current information.