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    Here is the updated comparison table with newly available tires and the latest pricing for 225/55R19 tires used on our CX-5 GT. Discount Tire special Yokohama YK580™ is no longer available hence it’s not on the list.

    Grand/Standard Touring All-Season Tires:

    Tire

    Size

    UTQG
    Maximum
    Inflation
    Pressure

    Tread
    Depth

    Tire
    Weight

    Warranty

    Price*
    Continental TrueContact™ 225/55R19
    99H
    800 A A 51 psi 11/32" 25 lbs. 90,000 Miles
    6 Years
    $164.46
    - TR
    General AltiMAX™ RT43 225/55R19
    99H
    700 A A 51 psi 10/32" 24.4 lbs. 65,000 Miles
    6 Years
    $165.52
    - TR
    Pirelli Cinturato P7™
    All Season Plus
    225/55R19
    99H
    700 A A 44 psi 10/32" 28 lbs. 70,000 Miles $179.46
    - TR
    Pirelli Cinturato™ Strada
    All Season
    225/55R19
    99H
    ? ? psi ?/32" 29 lbs. 70,000 Miles $189.00
    - DT
    Yokohama YK740 GTX™ 225/55R19
    99V
    740 A A 51 psi 12/32" 29.1 lbs. 60,000 Miles $175.00
    - DT

    Crossover/SUV Touring All-Season Tires:

    Tire

    Size

    UTQG
    Maximum
    Inflation
    Pressure

    Tread
    Depth

    Tire
    Weight

    Warranty

    Price*
    BFGoodrich Advantage T/A
    Sport LT
    225/55R19
    99H
    700 B A 44 psi 11/32" 30 lbs. 65,000 Miles
    6 Years
    $174.97
    - TR
    Bridgestone Dueler H/L 422
    Ecopia
    225/55R19
    99V
    640 A A 51 psi 10/32" 25 lbs. 65,000 Miles
    5 Years
    $193.52
    - TR
    Firestone Destination LE 2 225/55R19
    99H
    520 A B 44 psi 11/32" 25 lbs. 60,000 Miles
    5 Years
    $158.52
    - TR
    Goodyear Assurance CS
    Fuel Max
    225/55R19
    99H
    600 A B 51 psi 10/32" 31 lbs. 65,000 Miles
    6 Years
    $207.25
    - TR
    Michelin Premier LTX® 225/55R19
    99V
    620 A A 44 psi 8.5/32" 27.34 lbs. 60,000 Miles
    6 Years
    $212.97
    - TR
    Nitto NT421Q® 225/55R19
    103V XL*
    640 A A 50 psi 11.8/32" 31.75 lbs. 75,000 Miles $182.00
    - DT
    Nitto NT850+™ CUV 225/55R19
    99V
    500 A A 51 psi 10.6/32" ? lbs. 50,000 Miles $107.65
    - EC
    Toyo A23 225/55R19
    99V
    300 A A 51 psi 9.8/32" 28 lbs. OE Gen-1 CX-5
    - None
    $130.42
    - TR
    Toyo A36 225/55R19
    99V
    300 A A 51 psi ?/32" 29 lbs. OE Gen-2 CX-5
    - None
    $120.00
    - AM
    Toyo Versado CUV 225/55R19
    99V
    440 A A 51 psi 10.2/32" 28 lbs. 50,000 Miles $143.92
    - ST
    Yokohama Geolandar G055™ 225/55R19
    99V
    740 A A 51 psi 11/32" 28.1 lbs. 65,000 Miles
    5 Years
    $168.55
    - TR

    XL = Extra Load

    TR = TireRack.com
    DT = DiscountTire.com
    TD = TiresDirect.net
    AM = Amazon.com
    ST = SimpleTire.com
    EC = ExtremeCustoms.com

    Performance Category Rank from TireRack.com:

    Grand Touring All-Season Tires:
    Pirelli Cinturato P7™ All Season Plus - #1 out of 43
    General AltiMAX™ RT43 - #3 out of 43

    Standard Touring All-Season Tires:
    Continental TrueContact™ - #1 out of 19

    Highway All-Season Tires:
    Firestone Destination LE 2 - #6 out of 38

    Crossover/SUV Touring All-Season Tires:
    Michelin Premier LTX® - #1 out of 28
    Bridgestone Dueler H/L 422 Ecopia - #6 out of 28
    Yokohama Geolandar G055™ - #14 out of 28
    Goodyear Assurance CS Fuel Max - #14 out of 28
    Toyo A23 - #21 out of 28

    Other tires are not ranked due to insufficient data or not carried by TireRack.com.

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    Currently for 225/55R19 tires, Michelin Premier LTX® is the most expensive tire at $212.97 each from TireRack.com. The cheapest name brand tire is Nitto NT850+™ CUV at $107.65 each from ExtremeCustoms.com.

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    Consumer reports has different ratings than TR in different categories. What is the most suitable category for a more comfortable and safer tire?

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    Arrow 225/55R19 Tire Comparison Table for CX-5 GT - Many to Choose From

    Quote Originally Posted by agog View Post
    Consumer reports has different ratings than TR in different categories. What is the most suitable category for a more comfortable and safer tire?
    I'm not sure how do tire ratings get constructed by Consumer Reports. I only check their used-car reliability ratings as that are based on thousands of subscribers' experience. Car reviews by their editors are not that good IMHO. Tire ratings from Tire Rack are also based on many consumers' opinion which I feel more comfortable to believe. Tire Rack also offers their own opinions with their own tire test too. As you can see, Tire Tack ratings have "Comfort Performance" which includes "Ride Quality" and "Noise". For safety consideration of these tires other than better performance on wet、dry、winter/snow conditions, I definitely choose a tire with higher maximum inflation pressure rating、A-rated UTQG rating on traction and temperature、and a name brand.


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    Thanks, I agree with it and have been trying to do the same.

    - No UTQG BA or BB for me.
    - Similar or better load and speed rating than OEMs
    - Wet, dry, ride quality and noise numbers from TR rating as you mentioned

    I'll also start looking at max inflation ratings now.

    Also had a question about different categories, what do they signify and which one suits CX5 in general:
    - all season (general)
    - all seasons touring
    - all seasons grand touring
    - all seasons CUV/SUV.
    Last edited by agog; 06-09-2018 at 11:55 PM.

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    Arrow 225/55R19 Tire Comparison Table for CX-5 GT - Many to Choose From

    Quote Originally Posted by bmninada View Post
    Bridgestone must have been discontinued size 225/55R19 for Dueler H/L 422 Ecopia in US market.

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    I'm looking to change the tires on our CX5, from looking at tire specifications available over the pond here, non of the 225 tires are rated particularly well on fuel economy. Neither are the 235/50s.
    So that got me looking at the 235/55/19s. Now those tires are a lot better, so I think I'll be going for a set of those.

    What I'm wondering is, from you guys running 235/55s or even the 235/50s what tire pressure are you using? Have you found a pressure that works best, or are you using the listed pressure for the standard 225/55s

    Thank you kindly in advance for the replies.

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harllequin View Post
    I'm looking to change the tires on our CX5, from looking at tire specifications available over the pond here, non of the 225 tires are rated particularly well on fuel economy. Neither are the 235/50s.
    So that got me looking at the 235/55/19s. Now those tires are a lot better, so I think I'll be going for a set of those.

    What I'm wondering is, from you guys running 235/55s or even the 235/50s what tire pressure are you using? Have you found a pressure that works best, or are you using the listed pressure for the standard 225/55s

    Thank you kindly in advance for the replies.

    Cheers
    Darren
    We don't have fuel economy rating for tires here, nor any conducted fuel economy test on tires by a third party. IMO there's a reason for lack of such information here as fuel economy rating on tires would involve too many variables and the difference on fuel economy among tires should be very minimum. A little higher tire pressure should easily offset the gain on tires with better fuel economy rating. I wouldn't be worried too much on this rating even if there's one available when I choose my replacement tires.

    I'd always stick with OE size, 225/55R19, as I like to have more accurate speedometer and odometer readings. If you really want to choose tires with better fuel economy rating with different size, choose 235/55R19 (4"~5" bigger than OE on total diameter) over 235/50R19 (4"~5" smaller than OE) as bigger tire should have a little better fuel economy.

    Here in the US we have one recommended tire pressure for all conditions whereas in other countries there're several recommended tire pressures for different vehicle speed and different load. If you decided to use different size of tires, you can start with recommended tire pressure, then adjust it depending on the performance and ride comfort, as well as the long-term wear pattern.

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    The tires that came on my 2016.5 CX-5 GT, I'm told, are at 4/32. I drove off the lot on 10/31/16. The odometer recently hit 19k. These are the Toyo A23 I believe. I prefer Discount Tire based on location to my home and they always give me the best price (been doing business with them about three decades). I pinged Mazda out of curiosity about the warranty of the A23s and they had me ping Toyo. Toyo called Discount to confirm the 4/32 and the mileage. Discount now says that Toyo is offering me 35% off and I can use that on whatever I want.

    Discount is recommending the Yokohama YK740 GTX.

    Toyo is recommending the Toyo Open Country QT.

    And I've been curious about the Michelin LTX. I tend to lean toward this brand but have also used Yokohama.

    All come in 225/55R19 99V.

    Any thoughts?

    Thanks in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SBMongoos View Post
    The tires that came on my 2016.5 CX-5 GT, I'm told, are at 4/32. I drove off the lot on 10/31/16. The odometer recently hit 19k. These are the Toyo A23 I believe. I prefer Discount Tire based on location to my home and they always give me the best price (been doing business with them about three decades). I pinged Mazda out of curiosity about the warranty of the A23s and they had me ping Toyo. Toyo called Discount to confirm the 4/32 and the mileage. Discount now says that Toyo is offering me 35% off and I can use that on whatever I want.

    Discount is recommending the Yokohama YK740 GTX.

    Toyo is recommending the Toyo Open Country QT.

    And I've been curious about the Michelin LTX. I tend to lean toward this brand but have also used Yokohama.

    All come in 225/55R19 99V.

    Any thoughts?

    Thanks in advance.
    Wow, nice job getting some money off from Toyo.

    I had the OEM 17's on my Touring which were the Yokohamas, and I too had to replace them at 18.5k miles for they were developing a sidewall bubble. And honestly, wear ratings are not great on either the Toyo or Yokohama tires from the factory.

    I just got new tires and went with General Altimax RT43's. They replaced my Michelin Latitude Tour tires which were at 3/32nd.

    Discount Tire tried to push the Yokohamas on me too. I didn't care for how heavy the Yokohama YK740's are. Same with the Michelin Defender tires they were pushing. The Michelin Premiere LTX is a good light tire, but I have concerns about it's longevity as it only has 8.5/32nd tread-depth brand new where new tires usually have around 11/32nd, maybe 12 even.

    Overall happy with the General Altimax RT43 tires I got (aired up a few more PSI from factory spec), but they are not quite as good around the corners as my Michelins were, as I tend to drive uhh...spirited. But the cost difference between the two was a factor and am overall happy.

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    Ahh...I see you're local (Colorado). You must be driving on 17"?

    The Pirelli Centurato P7 and the Nitto Nt421Q have also caught my eye. Not sure about the Nitto's tho.

    I see the General Altimax RT43's are a light tire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SBMongoos View Post
    Ahh...I see you're local (Colorado). You must be driving on 17"?
    Yep. Got a Touring, not a GT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColoradoDriver View Post
    Wow, nice job getting some money off from Toyo.

    I had the OEM 17's on my Touring which were the Yokohamas, and I too had to replace them at 18.5k miles for they were developing a sidewall bubble. And honestly, wear ratings are not great on either the Toyo or Yokohama tires from the factory.

    I just got new tires and went with General Altimax RT43's. They replaced my Michelin Latitude Tour tires which were at 3/32nd.

    Discount Tire tried to push the Yokohamas on me too. I didn't care for how heavy the Yokohama YK740's are. Same with the Michelin Defender tires they were pushing. The Michelin Premiere LTX is a good light tire, but I have concerns about it's longevity as it only has 8.5/32nd tread-depth brand new where new tires usually have around 11/32nd, maybe 12 even.

    Overall happy with the General Altimax RT43 tires I got (aired up a few more PSI from factory spec), but they are not quite as good around the corners as my Michelins were, as I tend to drive uhh...spirited. But the cost difference between the two was a factor and am overall happy.
    Big let down on Cooper CS3's grip. On dry pavement I can peel out...on a 2.0 It is a quiet tire though. Since I do not like the Cooper CS3's I'd probably skip Discount Tire's house tire..the Arizonian tires which are rebranded Coopers.

    General Altimax RT43 are still in rears. Can't wait to rotate to front to truly test out.

    If cost was not an issue I'd get Continentals for the CX-5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SBMongoos View Post
    ⋯ Discount now says that Toyo is offering me 35% off and I can use that on whatever I want.
    It looks like Toyo offered mileage warranty to your OE A23's as you have only 4/32" tread life left for only 19K miles. Considering the UTQG on A23's treadwear is 280, we'd assume its mileage warranty should be around 28K miles. Make sure to figure out how the 35% off discount applied, against the MSRP or the actually selling price of your new tires. You may find out the final price isn't better than the normal price you can get from Discount Tire without the compensation from Toyo, and DT usually would match any sales price from other competitors. Nevertheless kudos to your effort getting some compensation from OE tire manufacture due to the short tread life.

    If money is no object, most expensive but shorter tread-life Michelin Premier LTX® can be your choice as it's top-rated by Tire Rack customers. I personally would like to get tires with 51 psi maximum inflation pressure like OE A23 for variety of good reasons, and LTX has only 44 psi. Yokohama YK740 GTX™ is a Discount Tire only model that's why DT always pushes it. Toyo Open Country QT and Nitto NT421Q® are expensive with not much review info we can find.

    The maximum speed of V-rated tires is 149 mph and H-rated tires is 130 mph. Our CX-5 has the maximum speed of 120 mph. Hence you shouldn't have any concerns of using H-rated tires on your GT. CX-5 Touring and Sport have H-rated Yokohama Geolandar G91A 225/65R17 100H tires from factory too.

    So far the lightest (24.4 lbs.) General AltiMAX™ RT43 225/55R19 99H with good reviews is still my top choice when my CX-5 GT needs a set of new tires.

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