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  1. #1
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    Replacement tires at Costco - best MPG?

    I'm sure that OEM tires are preferable, but my current budget dictates that I purchase a set of tires from Costco. I probably need to get them within the next few weeks. From a fuel economy standpoint, which Costco tires should I be looking at for my 2010 Honda Civic Hybrid?

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    Here are my three options,

    Here are my three options, according to Costco.com:

    Michelin - X Radial ($108.99 per tire, $70 off coupon available with purchase of 4)
    Item #: 145171
    Tire Size: P195/65R15 89T
    80,000 mile warranty
    $366 for 4 tires w/ coupon

    Bridgestone - Insignia SE200 ($84.99 per tire)
    Item #: 924537
    Tire Size: P195/65R15 89S
    $340 for 4 tires

    Bridgestone - Insignia SE200 ($84.99 per tire)
    Item #: 503607
    Tire Size: P195/65R15 89T
    $340 for 4 tires

    So, which of these 3 options would be best, fuel economy-wise?

    http://tires2.costco.com/SearchResul...1-e6d349b6e275

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    Did you make your choice?

    Did you make your choice? especially during these times when you need <a href-"http://www.tyre-shopper.co.uk/winter-tyres.asp">winter tyres</a> t

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    Did you make your choice?

    Did you make your choice? especially during these times when you need <a href-"http://www.tyre-shopper.co.uk/winter-tyres.asp">winter tyres</a> t

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    If I were you I would choose

    If I were you I would choose Michelin - X Radial.

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    What tires did you choose?

    What tires did you choose?

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