I felt the same way after I got the Verde Okys tires. Still feels A+. And, I liked my DWS tires. That's how good these Pirellis ride.
Out of curiosity do you mean cupping (scalloping), or feathering?I had Pirellis Scorpions problem with them is they cup way too quick.
I had feathering on the outside edges of the tires on the OEM Verdes. Reviews will show this is a common theme with the original Verdes. I had the alignment checked twice by a local shop I've used for years on all of my vehicles (Hunter equipment). In spec both times. This started at about 17K, and was the source of the loud road noise. I've never experienced SWS. Tires were shot at less than 30K in mixed driving. Replacement Bridgestone Alenzas are wearing perfectly 20K in.Out of curiosity do you mean cupping (scalloping), or feathering?
You were one of the main reasons why I got them. That and the longer life based on the UTOG rating.Ben, you got the right tire for the T3. Most recommended by dealers and tires shops for this vehicle as all-season. I, too, was very close to getting the DWS 06. Others, here say they won't get this and won't get that...fine. The Plus version is the number one rated tire for our type of SUV on Tire Rack -- that rating, along with people here and my local tire shop convinced me to try them.
Sharing info is what makes this forum great! And, in 2-3 years I hope to be in the next-gen Touareg...if there is one here.You were one of the main reasons why I got them. That and the longer life based on the UTOG rating.
Now we will see what the next best thing will be in 2-3 years from now, and I also will be waiting for my $60 rebate/gift card.