Thanks for your kind words. I really appreciate it.
I did not purchase these tires from Tire Rack. I got them from a local shop and they were my choice. I just will treat it as “cost of experience”. It gives me a good opportunity to “drive a hell out of them”……
I am not saying, these are bad tires. I cannot say it based on my experience and lack of data. What I am saying (Homer, I know you understand is perfectly!) they are not suitable for Murano. Murano is not a truck or a SUV, it is a passenger car and as such requires suitable tires.
I posted the test to make sure that the members of this forum get the information they deserve. We discussed in the past tires and I was guilty as well posting some Tire Rack survey results. In my humble opinion they are simply wrong. Murano owner deserve better.
If I had a real truck maybe I would go for Geolanders.
Definitely, the Murano requires passenger car tires, either touring, grand touring or performance (maybe).
Right now I can say I wish I went for the OEM. And definitely the Bridgestone Potenza would have been much better choice.
Once again, these are only my opinions. You guys make your own mind.
had: 03 MO SL, Gold, 2WD, Premium, leather, sunroof, Mobil 1, B-Quiet, Garmin Nuvi 250W, Fumoto oil valve, HIR's in fogs
08 CTS 304 HP Direct Injection Engine. Fully loaded with every option except AWD
04 FX35, AWD, Touring loaded, Garmin Nuvi 3590LMT, Fumoto oil valve
Dream car: Ferrari Italia
"It's not about how fast you go, it's about how you go fast" - Enzo Ferrari