Highway All-Season light truck tires are for drivers who want a combination of pleasant on-road characteristics, long wear and all-season versatility, including traction in light snow. Highway All-Season tires branded with the M+S symbol are often used as Original Equipment (O.E.) on 2WD and 4WD, light- and medium-duty vans, trucks and pickups, as well as crossover and sport utility vehicles.
O.E. Highway All-Season light truck tires are typically purchased as direct replacements for worn-out pairs/sets of the vehicle’s original tires. They can also be used for other vehicle applications in complete sets of four or axle pairs if available in an appropriate size, load range and speed rating to match the existing O.E. tires’ performance category and specifications.
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I have there tire on my 2015 Ram promaster Ecodiesel as OEM tires. I drove about 3000 mile per month.performance wise great. traction and braking.I carry 1000 lb on my van and about 60% city 40% highway drivingsafter 13000 miles front tire tread is about 60% life left since the big van is Front wheel drive.However rear tire is still 95% tread life is left. I feel front tires will last around 30000 miles and I will try different tires on that fron wheel and see how will last. I use to drive E150 and since it was rearwheel drive, all 4 tires wears about same and lasted 80000 with Michelin LT tires, but big van and front wheel need about 2 pair of tires every 60000 milesfor money I think nexen tires are one of the best tires on the market.
this tire came with Ram promaster as OEM tiresso far everything seems fines, I never rotated the tires and front wheel promaster really ate it up the front tires.after 21500 miles front tire is only about 5/16 left, while rear is still like new.I feel the front tire will last up to 30000 miles, and if rotate regualarly it will last about 50000 mile to 60000 miles.for that price I think it is fantastic deal.NEXENS are best tires for money this times
these tires on my promaster in south florida just did not seem to last. at 20,000 miles I was looking for replacements. bridgestone duravis r500,s are wearing better but still not impressed. 34,000 on r 500,s and more than half worn out. next I will try kumho at51,s
Had these tires as OEM for my promaster. After 22000 miles front tire is almost wear out 80% and probably need replace around 30000 miles. Rear tire wear out only about 5%. Tire wear out pretty even and handles and ride pretty well.
I have only had these for 204 miles in Michigan. What was Ram thinking making these junk tires OEM???? If there is even a hint of moisture these tires struggle to find traction! I have heard this from everyone who has these tires. Unfortunately this is my company supplied work truck and the likelihood of getting better tires is slim. I just hope I survive until these tires wear out. Based on some other reviews, I won¿t have to wait long.
I got these tires on my Ram Promaster (2017 – 2500 – 159 series) campervan (about 8,000 pounds) and have driven across the USA 3 times (back and forth) and Eastern Canada two times (back and forth) as well as the eastern coast (back and forth) once. I live in CT I put on 52,000 miles and the tires are still street legal which can easily go further. The ride has been very good and no complaints. I am average 19.2 miles per gallon. I travelled on all kinds of road and some light dirt and sand as well. Mostly highway driving at different road temperatures around the country. Drove in very little snow (less the an 1/2 inch). Very happy with these tires. I don’t use this campervan as a daily driver only touring to see the country.