- Mar 8, 2012
- Colorado Springs
Wintersport will be better in dry and wet. It is high performance snow tire unlike Xi2 or Xi3. So far of those regular snow tires Xi2 proved much better in dry then any Blizzak I had and especially Nokian R2. They actually drive better than POS Bridgestone Driveguard I just took off for winter, and they are 235/55 R18, while Xi2 are 235/60 R17. Those Bridgestone RFT of all RFT are by far the worst.
Originally Posted by krzyss
I only hate my Xi2 or Xi3 on warm days and in the wet ;-) And that only if I drive a little fast for conditions. I prefer Dunlop Wintersport 4D for such weather. But snow and ice they are very good. Krzys