Should I get original Bridgestone Dueler tyres for my Honda CR-V?

I need to replace the front tyres on my 2006 Honda CR-V. Do I replace them with the original Bridgestone Dueler 215/65 R16 98H or go for another premium brand? I do not drive off road and cover 12,000 miles a year.

Asked on 16 June 2010 by Drewson

Answered by David Ross
We recommend always replacing them with the original equipment tyres and these will be best suited to the car, regardless of what roads you drive on. You could get a different make, but anything cheaper is likely to be inferior to Bridgestone and the experts say you should always have four matching tyres.
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