Continental All-Season Tires Review and Comparison

In this Continental All-season tires review we’ll go over in detail, the different kinds of all season tires produced by this German tire company. So, by doing our careful research, we’ve provided information on which all season tire by this tire brand is suitable for what vehicle and driving conditions.

Continental GRAND TOURING ALL-SEASON

This category of tire delivers a satisfying balance of good year-round traction, comfortable ride and reasonable tread life. Since this is the case, one of Continental’s motto is, Stay in control through every season.

They are capable of providing year-round traction, even in light snow. These type tires are designed to blend a performance tire’s appearance with a passenger tire’s smooth, quiet ride. Continental Grand Touring All-Season tires are often used as Original Equipment and place more emphasis on handling and high-speed capabilities than Standard Touring tires.

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Continental STANDARD TOURING ALL-SEASON

Focused on providing a longer tread life, while also delivering a smooth ride and sufficient all-season traction. They are also capable of delivering year-round traction, even in light snow. This type of all-season tires produced by Continental, give a performance tire’s appearance with a passenger tire’s smooth, quiet ride. These tires are typically available in the lower speed ratings and higher aspect ratio sizes and place more emphasis on ride comfort and treadwear than Grand Touring tires.

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CROSSOVER/SUV TOURING ALL-SEASON

This is another type of all-season tire from Continental, that delivers a good all-season traction, comfortable ride and reasonable wear. These tires combine the sporty appearance of Street/Sport Truck tires. At the same time, provide a ride quality and noise comfort like the Highway All-Season tires. Yet, provide a sophisticated blend of fashion and function. While they offer all-season versatility, including traction in light snow, they feature an extremely wide tread width. In spite of that, this may limit the traction this type of tire can provide in deep snow.

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HIGHWAY ALL-SEASON

These have longer tread life while providing a smooth ride and sufficient all-season traction. These all-season tires by Continental typically feature independent tread blocks and multiple sipes positioned around the tire. However, this combines a good on-road traction, even on gravel and dirt roads. They are also capable of providing all-season versatility, including traction in light snow.

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ULTRA HIGH PERFORMANCE ALL-SEASON

Great on dry and wet road, and possess an adequate traction. At same time, they have reasonable comfort and tread longevity. These ultra-low-profile tires are designed to provide year-round traction, even in light snow. This is because of their tread design and compounds that remain more flexible in the cold weather to help blend all-season traction with very good handling and high-speed capabilities.

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Continental All Season TIRES LISTED BY POPULARITY AND RATING.