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#46 Old 01-22-2013, 06:12 PM
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CS4 is Better

When comparing the CS4 to the Kumho, I'd go with the CS4 overall other than price is a little more. From just looking around, it looks like quite a few places online are sold out of them at the moment which also tells me users would say the same thing. Just my input*

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Update to my CS4... Loving them. Had some highway miles, some serious snow and they are a very good match for the Murano.
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Ive had mine for only a few weeks, but driven many hundred miles so far. I think the coopers CS4 is very smooth, and one of the quietest tires I have owned. There were parts on the highway, where both my wife and I commented about how there seemed to be next to no road noise at all. It was almost as if we were simply floating on a cloud, that smooth.

Of course the wind noise near the roof, partially spoiled that dream.
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