In times past, many of our customers would have two sets of wheels/tires as the weather in Cleveland requires it. But recent accomplishments in the tire industry have changed that. All Season tires are designed to handle most anything unless, of course, you live in deep tundra country. But at that point you would probably have treads instead of tires, right? But what if you want high performance tires? Can you drive high performance tires in the winter? Yes, you can if you purchase a set of Goodyear Eagle F1 tires.
The new 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA250 FWD model without the Sport Package comes with Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric All-Season tires. Performance tires don’t usually work for all year performance. They are great in dry weather and about nothing else. But these tires are not your ordinary performance tires. Goodyear designed them with a specialized rubber compound that works in wet and dry weather. For evidence, read Christian Seabaugh’s article on Motor Trend magazine’s website. He had the opportunity to test out the tires on a racetrack in Washington State last year. The results will surprise you.