About this item
About this item
Price does not include tire services, tire disposal fees or any applicable state environmental taxes. Actual tire may vary from displayed image.Enhance everyday driving performance with this P235/55R18 Kumho Solus KH16 Tire. It incorporates the latest in advanced technology to deliver all-season traction, crisp handling and quick steering response. This performance tire features long mileage and will have you cruising the roads longer and with more confidence. It also offers a smooth ride, allowing you to remain comfortable while traveling.
Kumho Solus KH16 Tire P235/55R18:
- Offers the latest in Kumho technology
- Outstanding all season traction
- Crisp handling
- Quick steering response
- All-season tire delivers long mileage
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|Tire Season:||All Season|
|Tire Load Index:||99|
|Tire Temperature Rating:||A|
|Tire Sidewall Style:||Black Sidewall|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||2103273|
|Tire Traction Rating:||A|
|Tire Speed Rating:||H|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||28.20 x 9.25 x 28.20 Inches|
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- The Kuhmo website says this tire is good for 60,000 miles. Realistically, it's only good for about half that. I have a set of these on my vehicle right now. They are the original tires that were on the vehicle when I purchased it new. I have almost 26,000 miles on the vehicle now, and I'm down to 3/32 of tread. And why this particular tire size has to be so expensive, I haven't a clue. But, this is probably the best price you'll find, especially if it includes mounting and balancing. I did find a site where you can but the Kuhmo Solus KR21 tire for $89.00 each, but the shipping for four tires was $65.00. Plus you have to pay someone to mount and balance them. This is more than likely the cheapest tire you'll find. And I've been searching for quite a while. Hope this helps...by collin599/27/2016Was this answer helpful? (7) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- This is a passenger-high performance tire, nothing about snow tire.by CommunityAnswer5/6/2016Was this answer helpful? (3) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- First of all, try the original place you bought the tires and secondly upgrade your tires, Kumho tires are junk, I had these on my Sonata and they only lasted 35,000 miles and that was a stretch and to put things in perspective I'm pretty particular when it comes to rotation and balancing so it wasn't that.by Fastlane555/6/2016Was this answer helpful? (2) (1)Was this answer helpful?