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Hi I have a honda civic coupe which needs new tires. Currently tripletreds are on the vehicle but goodyear no longer makes them. Is there an equivalent tire you would recommend ? THanks for your help, linda

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Amanda J. Pierce, MBA Linda, Thank You for writing into AskPatty!! Goodyear does still make the assurance triple tread, but may have discontinued in certain sizes. I would check the Goodyear website to make sure though. ( If the size in question is discontinued, I would recommend the Assurance Comfort Tread or Assurance Fuel Max. A. J. Pierce

Judy Curry, Co-Founder and Vice President of Marketing at Currys Auto Service Hi Linda! The GoodYear Tripletred is being replace my the Good Year A/S Tripletred and is still a good tire. . The Michelin Exalto Pilot A/S is an excellent all season tire with very smooth ride and the Bfg T/A Advantage is a great riding and price conscious. Good luck and thanks for your question! Judy Curry

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