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I Just purchased a set of these with some low end steel wheels from Tire Rack.
I got caught in that recent snow storm here in Jersey and was not really impressed with the geolanders.

First time driving an AWD in a storm perhaps i was expecting better handling . Anyway we'll see how these do in the cold
and snow.

bob.
 

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I have yet to find a Copper tire I like. After having like 4 sets in the last 20 years..no more.
 

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I have 1500 miles on these so far and I’m very impressed with the grip on wet & rain soaked pavement & how quiet they are.

To the other poster ... instead of dropping in and dumping on the thread why not supply a little info . Took you 4 sets of tire to realize they where no good ? What’s that like 125 k miles ?

And the handling & ride is as good or better then the geolanders .
 

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NJcoast---Typically, winter tires will perform better in winter weather than all seasons. If you have the Geolander G91F, it's rated by Tirerack consumers as "poor" in winter/snow performance. There aren't alot of reviews of the Cooper Evolution winter tire, but the ones it has seem to be pretty favorable so far.
 
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