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Is there any particular tire that you all would recommend for the car (2016 versa)?
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First, what is the main goal? Comfort, quiet, grip, price, life?

I despised to Continental ContiPros that were on my Versa as the life was extremely short and grip was pathetic. I've also had some Kumho's that were absolutely worthless if there was more than 1mm of snow on the ground.

Michelin, Bridgestone, and Good Year are my 3 favorite tire brands as long as you stay in their midgrade levels at least.

Bridgestone Turanzas are quiet with excellent life and grip.
Yokohama Avid Ascends have been great as well with a long life....although they do stiffen up a bit in cold weather.
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I despised to Continental ContiPros that were on my Versa as the life was extremely short and grip was pathetic.
Continental TrueContact has glowing reviews (no personal experience though).
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Michelin Premier AS

Dry roads they seem fine.
But they are completely useless if you plan on driving in snow.
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it might seem odd but I use Sumic tires and they are great! nice quiet ride, almost one year with no wear, even with snow they performed better than other supposedly snow tires!

Versa 2012 HB S
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Iam sorry I forgot to mention purpose but just life of the tire is what iam really after. I live in Arizona so iam not worried about snow but rain iam, the few times it does rain here lol. I'll look into each recommendation from you all so far thank you.
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