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What tires do you recomend for the 2015 Mazda6 touring

Its that time again. Time to replace the tires on my 2015 Mazda 6 Touring. 19 inch wheels. What tires do you recommend ?
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Depends on what you're going for.

I run Falken Azenis FK450 'Ultra high performance all seasons' (whatever that means) on my 20s in the summer and love them. They're excellent on dry, good on wet, and actually handled some snow better than I expected.

Are you looking for All Seasons that are more catered to snow, rain, dry, or are you going for something like a dedicated summer tire?

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I am looking for all season. Living in Florida. Lots of rain.
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I usually buy round black ones...

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I am looking for all season. Living in Florida. Lots of rain.
If you live in Florida and do not travel north in other than the summer months I would buy a UHP summer tire. There's no reason to make the compromises you make with an "all season" tire if you never have a need for performance below 40F.
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Tickerguy has some solid advice. If you want an all-season, I’d highly recommend the Michelin Pilot Sport AS/3. I ran them on my 2015 6 and they were awesome compared to the stock Dunlop’s. Had I not put over 15k on them, I would have had the dealership move them to my 2018 when I traded in the 15, but decided that new tires would be better with the purchase.
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All four are great choices; I have the Generals, my wife's Accord the BFGs

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IF - you want a great summer performance tire - don't drive in snow - don't drive in cold temps - don't wander off road..


These have been excellent on the wife's 2018 Signature. Excellent ride and will be a huge performance upgrade for you driving on the road. First set of Firestones I've ever owned and will probably buy these again when they wear out in a couple more years.


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I use Bridgestone Blizzak WS80 for my car and love it.
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Continental DWS06 are pretty good too. Have been through more than 1 set of these and I still love them.
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