Toyo Celsius CUV Tire Reviews
(Based on 13 Reviews)
Have had these tires on my Jeep Grand Cherokee for a few months now. I put most of my miles on the highway, but do some city driving as well. Tires seem to handle well on wet roads (and dry) and are relatively quiet. I have not had any winter driving with them yet, so hope they perform well when the snow starts to fly. I am using them to replace both sets of tires I was using - an all season tire and a winter tire. Seems like a good move - saves the semi-annual change-over. I look forward to seeing if they will last the estimated 60,000 miles.By submitting a review, each person received a sweepstakes entry.
Great winter tires and a great deal. I have always bought Winterforce tires, but when I couldn't find them for my vehicle, I bought these after reading the reviews. Great traction in the snow and ice. Very satisfied with my purchase.By submitting a review, each person received a sweepstakes entry.
Nice tire. I typically buy the Toyota H/T but decided to try something geared a little more towards winter weather due to my commute to work. Another great product from Toyo! Have not had a serious winter yet but am confident when that time comes.By submitting a review, each person received a sweepstakes entry.
Have had these almost two years on my 2012 RAV4. They have worked great in heavy snow, slush, ice, highway and wet roads. Only issues I have is road noise and wear. I’ll be going to where I bought them this week after I noticed that they are nearly at their minimum tread with only 45k on them. I drive aggressively and have used these when the state closed the roads due to snow (I’m an essential employee so need to and allowed to travel in such conditions).By submitting a review, each person received a sweepstakes entry.
These have been great tires in any weather I have driven in so far...Will buy them again whrn that day comes....By submitting a review, each person received a sweepstakes entry.
Great tires that do it all. No more changing out all seasons for winter tires here in Michigan. Time will tell if they last the full 60k miles, but a very nice tire for the price.By submitting a review, each person received a sweepstakes entry.
I have 265 50 20's on a Jeep Grand Cherokee and got blown off a blacktop this past winter. Tire looks good for siping but not enough void to rubber ration for pressure per square inch traction in winter. I have 35k on them and they are almost to the wear indicators.
I have been very impressed with these tires so far. I bought them at the beginning of Jan, and they have really provided amazing grip on the icy, snowy Montana highways this winter, and they are wearing very well. I have them on an all-wheel drive Cayenne Turbo and I travel about 500 miles a week for work. I have taken these tires through storms and blown drifts over the highway, many times well over a foot of snow, and they have been amazing. I really like Toyos concept of having a year-round winter winter, especially out here in the Montana Rockies.
Excellent traction and control on ice and snow, and we have had a lot of snow and ice in Northern Michigan this winter. Seems perfectly quiet too. Equally as good as my old tires...Nokian WRG3. Highly recommend both tires for All Weather use (snow tires that can be used all year)
Have previously mounted Celsiuis CUV on a 2008 Volvo XC-90, a traditional "tire-eater". That set have lasted more than two years. Excellent tire. The new set is mounted on 2007 Jeep Commander Limited, replacing a set of Michelin Premier LTX which lasted 18,679 miles. Always a Michelin "guy", I am switching to the Toyo Celsius CUV. Let's see if they work as advertised. So far, very good.
Tires feel good. Minimal road noise. Have not had the snow and ice just yet but I am confident with these tires going into winter.