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Perilli Scorpion Verde ASP vs Michellin Premere LTX

Need to replace my 265 50R20 tires on a 2012 overland and am looking for advice on what people have found to be the best all round tire. The Michellin Premere LTX and Perilli Scorpion seem to be very well rated, anyone have any experience with these? Any others that should be considered?
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Re: Perilli Scorpion Verde ASP vs Michellin Premere LTX

There are so many threads here that talk about so many different tires. That said, I may consider the Perelli next time around
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Re: Perilli Scorpion Verde ASP vs Michellin Premere LTX

Having the Pirelli's put on right now actually. Forteras were at the end of their life. I swap Nokian Hakka's mounted on 18" Laredo X wheels for winter. So, the "snow performance" of the Pirelli is not a concern for me. I just wanted something that would handle dry/wet pavement better than the goodyears. I'll post up my thoughts later tonight.
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Re: Perilli Scorpion Verde ASP vs Michellin Premere LTX

The Pirelli Scorpion Verda and Bridgestone Ecopia Dueller are both now OEM tires on the 2016 Grand Cherokee models.
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Re: Perilli Scorpion Verde ASP vs Michellin Premere LTX

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The Pirelli Scorpion Verda and Bridgestone Ecopia Dueller are both now OEM tires on the 2016 Grand Cherokee models.

Let's hope this is an improvement from the factory tires for the GC since 2011. I was pleased with the 18 inch Michelin Latitudes on my 11' but they were shot at 20,000 miles. And the Fortera's on my 15' limited don't have the best reviews and I'm not sure I care for them either.
Let's hope the change is a positive one.


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