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Testing the Newest Studless Ice & Snow Winter Tires (04:08)
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Studless Ice & Snow tires work best when winter is at its worst. But there are plenty of miles driven on dry and wet roads, too. Most of the design elements that aid winter traction reduce clear road handling precision. Increased priority in one area leads to a trade-off in another.

To find out what sort of handling and traction the newest and best deliver, the Tire Rack team hit the road … and the ice rink!

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Ratings & reviews Bridgestone Blizzak WS70

CONSUMER SURVEYS
Based on 740 submissions of our online survey.
Average Rating:
Performance Category: Studless Ice & Snow
  • Survey Stats
  • 4,347,386 Total Miles Reported
  • 5 out of 10 in Studless Ice & Snow Tires
  • 93% vs. best in Studless Ice & Snow Tires
Would You Recommend?
8.9 - Excellent
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Wet Performance
8.6 - Excellent
  • 8.7 Hydroplaning Resistance
  • 8.6 Wet Traction
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Dry Performance
7.9 - Good
  • 7.7 Cornering Stability
  • 8.3 Dry Traction
  • 7.8 Steering Response
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Winter/Snow Performance
9.1 - Excellent
  • 9.4 Light Snow Traction
  • 9.1 Deep Snow Traction
  • 8.8 Ice Traction
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Comfort Performance
8.1 - Good
  • 8.5 Ride Quality
  • 7.7 Noise
Treadwear Performance
7.9 - Good
Note: Consumer Survey Ratings are from 0-10 with 10 being the highest.
CONSUMER REVIEWS

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  • Are Front-Wheel Drive and All-Season Tires Enough for Winter Driving? (02:33)
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    Drivers living in the northern U.S. have already discovered a set of dedicated winter/snow tires increases their vehicles' wintertime capabilities enough to reduce their driving times, tension and stress. However, if you're among the skeptics who still question if the added traction is worth the expense, watch this video.

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    Related Videos: Why Gamble With Winter Tire Selection When Four of a Kind Always Beats Two Pair?
  • Testing Studless Ice & Snow Tires: Winter Season Specialists (04:37)
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    Dunlop's new Winter Maxx replaces the Graspic DS-3, which was a nice upgrade in winter traction versus the typical all-season tire, but couldn't match the outright snow and ice performance of the best Studless Ice & Snow tires. How does it compare to category leaders from Bridgestone, Continental and Michelin?

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  • Testing Winter Weather Specialists- Studless Ice and Snow Tires (03:49)
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    It's no secret that today's Studless Ice and Snow tires deliver excellent traction in winter's worst weather, providing slush, snow and ice traction that easily surpasses even the best all-season tire.

    We took a group of these tires to the glare ice of a local hockey rink and drove them out on the road. Take a look at how they performed.

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  • Testing the Newest Studless Ice & Snow Winter Tires (04:08)
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    Studless Ice & Snow tires work best when winter is at its worst. But there are plenty of miles driven on dry and wet roads, too. Most of the design elements that aid winter traction reduce clear road handling precision. Increased priority in one area leads to a trade-off in another.

    To find out what sort of handling and traction the newest and best deliver, the Tire Rack team hit the road … and the ice rink!

    Read the Full Test Report

  • Why Gamble With Winter Tire Selection When Four of a Kind Always Beats Two Pair? (01:56)
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    Some drivers still doubt the industry's requirement for equipping front-wheel drive vehicles with matching winter tires all the way around. To address those doubts and demonstrate what can happen when mixed tires reach their limits on hard-packed snow and ice, we did some tests at our local skating rink.

    Read the full test report.

    Related Videos: Are Front-Wheel Drive and All-Season Tires Enough for Winter Driving?

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