Sailun Terramax Hlt

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All-Season Highway Terrain Passenger Light Truck/SUV tire.

Features

* Special tread compound
* Large contact area
* Specially formulated compound
* 4 extra-wide grooves
* 50,000 Mile/48-Month Limited Tread Life Protection

Benefits

* Effectively reduces noise to create a quiet driving experience
* Tread blocks increase the contact area improving overall handling and tread wear
* For improved wear characteristics using the latest in environmentally friendly processes and materials
* Channel water to provide the traction needed to drive with confidence

User reviews

3 reviews
Overall rating
 
3.7
Dry Grip
 
4.0(3)
Wet Grip
 
3.7(3)
Snow/Ice
 
2.0(1)
Handling
 
3.8(3)
Comfort
 
4.2(3)
Noise
 
4.3(3)
Treadwear
 
3.5(3)
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Handling
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Noise
Treadwear
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Overall rating
 
2.7
Dry Grip
 
3.0
Wet Grip
 
2.0
Snow/Ice
 
2.0
Handling
 
2.5
Comfort
 
3.5
Noise
 
4.0
Treadwear
 
1.5
3 years ago I got a set of these at Midas for $450 installed with 102,000 miles on my 2003 Chevy Silverado (they were out of the Cooper’s I wanted originally and I needed tires put on ASAP for a trip). These tires are ugly, but that’s not a huge concern for me, however they haven’t stood the test of time as well as many other budget tires I’ve purchased before. The first 10k miles they ran well, but my truck just turned over 118,000 miles (so I’ve put 16k miles on the tires) and they’re already down to 35% tread, dry rot splitting between the tread and sidewalls, and they’re like driving on ice when it’s raining. My truck is garage kelp and I rotate tires every 5k myself. These are plain and simply budget tires to the extreme. Next time I will go with a recognized name brand.

Vehicle Info

Chevrolet
Silverado 1500
2003
Vehicle info
Z71

Driving Info

Driving Style
Easy Going
Driving Conditions
Mostly City

Tire Info

Tread Width
265
Profile
75
Diameter
16
Speed Rating
TR
Approximate Tire Mileage
17000
MI
M
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Overall rating
 
4.6
Dry Grip
 
4.5
Wet Grip
 
4.5
Snow/Ice
 
N/A
Handling
 
4.5
Comfort
 
4.5
Noise
 
5.0
Treadwear
 
4.5
Tires were new on a program car I purchased from a dealer, I always run Michelin Defenders on my town&country so I was very concerned when I learned Sailuns were Chinese but I tried them because they were on the Pacifica. Very impressive tire, they are as good if not better than the Michelin's, in my opinion, after 8k miles. They appear to be wearing very well, but only time will tell.

Vehicle Info

Chrysler
Pacifica
2017
Vehicle info
passenger van

Driving Info

Driving Style
Average
Driving Conditions
Mostly Highway

Tire Info

Tread Width
265
Profile
65
Diameter
R17
Approximate Tire Mileage
8000
MI
T
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Overall rating
 
4.4
Dry Grip
 
4.5
Wet Grip
 
4.5
Snow/Ice
 
N/A
Handling
 
4.5
Comfort
 
4.5
Noise
 
4.0
Treadwear
 
4.5
I have put 10k miles on these tires. Very impressed. They ride very smooth and I havent noticed any tire wear at my first rotation. I like them so I have decided to put a set on my Infiniti QX60. Will give an up when that happens.

Vehicle Info

Nissan
XTerra

Driving Info

Driving Style
Spirited
Driving Conditions
Combined Highway/City

Tire Info

Tread Width
265
Profile
65
Diameter
R17
Approximate Tire Mileage
10000
MI
P
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