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Old 12/31/18, 06:09 AM
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Question Anyone using ZENNA tires?

Anyone have any experience with Zenna tires? I need to get new summer performance tires this spring and I saw the Zenna Argus UHP tire on American Muscle.
They are very inexpensive and I know you get what you pay for but I have no budget for high end tires right now.
I've never heard of them before and did some searching and reading a lot of reviews. Generally everyone seems happy with them and the only consistent negative I can find is for road noise.
They seem to be comparable to the Dunlop Direzza DZ102 and General Gmax RS but at about 2/3 the price.
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Never heard of them.
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One search I did said they were made in Australia. Another search I did said they were made in China. Looks like American Muscle is selling Zenna tires. Maybe they are ok...………...
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I have never heard of them either. If made in China, NO WAY!! One important question would be WHO is going to be driving the car? If just you, and you are comfortable with your driving skills, no harm in trying them out. However if your wife, girlfriend or daughter will be driving the car, again NO WAY. I would go well in debt for quality rubber before subjecting a loved one to an inferior tire. You are very right when you say "You get what you pay for".
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Originally Posted by NC07GTCS View Post
I have never heard of them either. If made in China, NO WAY!! One important question would be WHO is going to be driving the car? If just you, and you are comfortable with your driving skills, no harm in trying them out. However if your wife, girlfriend or daughter will be driving the car, again NO WAY. I would go well in debt for quality rubber before subjecting a loved one to an inferior tire. You are very right when you say "You get what you pay for".
You can't put a price on the safety of your loved ones. Pay a little extra for the peace of mind that they will be safe.
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You can't put a price on the safety of your loved ones. Pay a little extra for the peace of mind that they will be safe.
Yep. I don't like to scrimp on things like brakes and tires.
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