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    V-Series Cadillac(s)

    '11 V Wagon, ( '13 427 Vette & '14 ATS)

    Default All Season Tires

    I know everyone wants the ultimate if traction and cornering capability on they car but not everyone actually uses that capability. I recently became aware of an All Season tire that that fits the V2 and may be just what many average V owners want/need.

    Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3 - it is "Y" speed rated and has a tread wear rating of 500. They call it an "ultra high performance all season" tire.
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    Pilot Sport A/S 3 | Michelin Tires

    I bought a set of Pilot Super Sports for my V Wagon last year, so I'm not in need of tires right now. But, if I was, I'd take a real look at these since my V Wagon is my DD and it sees wet and sometimes icy roads.
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    V-Series Cadillac(s)

    12 V Sedan BD 6M Recaros Ultraview, 05 Stealth Grey V; traded


    I'm looking at putting a set of those on my sedan this fall. Here in Ohio, we have too many days where the weather is nice, but below that PS2 40 degree threshold. I just want to be able to drive the car for more days out of the year. That being said, she still won't see any road time if there is snow on the roads or any over night snow in the forecast.

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