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Hi everyone, went in to get my tires rotated/balanced and was told my fronts were down to 2/32 so just gonna replace them (all 4 to be clear - I also qualify to get some money back from Michelin since I've only had them for 25k miles). I've always had Michelin's and currently have the Performance's but I use my car a lot to go camping, hiking, and skiing and drive on many backcountry roads because of that so I was hoping to transition from the stock 235/60/r18 to 245/60/r18 and gain that tiny bit of extra clearance with height. Now that being said for the size I'd also like to transition from highway performance to all terrain tires and was looking at the Continental TerrainContact A/T.

Has anyone ever tried these with a Santa Fe??
 

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Im not sure you can move from 235 to 245 without giving up something?
As for the Continental you probably would be losing a little bit of driving comfort and noise and gas mileage.
Otherwise Continental makes good tires.
 
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