Anyone replace the tires yet on their 2018+ Mazda6?

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2019 Mazda6 & CX-5
I’ve driven our 6 now for several months and can say I don’t like the tires that came on the car. We have a 2019 Signature. I am expecting when I change the tires and go with a much sportier a/s performance tire, I’ll gain steering feel and a bit more responsiveness.

Anyone replaced their tires yet? With what tire?
 
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2020 CX5 Signature
I’ve driven our 6 now for several months and can say I don’t like the tires that came on the car. We have a 2019 Signature. I am expecting when I change the tires and go with a much sportier a/s performance tire, I’ll gain steering feel and a bit more responsiveness.

anyone replaced their tires yet? With what tire?
I am on my second set. First set was Pirelli PZero As Plus - I found them loud and they wore out very quickly...Was covered under the wear warranty. Latest set is Michelin Pilot Sport AS 3+, which I a happier with.

Just a warning that when you switch out the tires, you are more than likely going to have more road noise in the cabin. The OEM tires are pretty quiet.
 
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2019 Mazda6 & CX-5
Thx for your reply. My brother loves his PS AS 3+ on his S4. Those are honestly the tires I’d get today if I needed them. How did handling/steering feel and responsiveness change with the Pilot Sport AS+ tires?
 
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2020 CX5 Signature
Thx for your reply. My brother loves his PS AS 3+ on his S4. Those are honestly the tires I’d get today if I needed them. How did handling/steering feel and responsiveness change with the Pilot Sport AS+ tires?
The Michelins are stickier and don't howl as much when you're driving aggressively.

I don't drive my 6 that hard often so I don't see much difference from day to day outside of the louder road noise.
 
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2017 Mazda CX-5 GT, 2016 Mazda6 iGT, 2014 Mazda3 sGT hatchback
Recommend OP to go to tirerack.com to do research.

You choose the best tires that fit your needs. Everyone has somewhat different preferences.
 
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2014 Mazda3 S GT auto, 2008 MX5 6-speed
According to Consumer Reports' extensive tire tests, the best handling Ultra-High-Performance all-season tires for your car are the Bridgestone Potenza RE980AS. The added bonus is that their noise rating is better than average. The slight down side is snow traction, which is below average. Tread life is 40,000 miles compared to 55,000 for the Michelins which are tied with three other makes and models of tires. (See attached image.)
 

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Hi, the OEM tyres over here in the UK for the 19" alloy wheels are Bridgestone Turanza T001 225/45/19 92W. Bridgestone tyres are generally wider and offer some reasonable level of rim protection. I have covered 17k from new and still running on the original tyres, which have about 6mm thread left at the front. The tyres at the rear are like brand new, these tyres are wearing very well and I think I should get plenty more miles out of them.

I give Bridgestone tyres a good score, I'm very happy, the tyres look nice and the thread pattern is good too. Road noise is not bad either, so thumbs up.
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