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Purchased 4 Cooper C55 Touring (23940) 235-45-18 Tires on 9/6/2018. Very much dissatisfied with these tires. Cold mornings feel like flat spots for 5 to 6 miles then ride very rough. Thump noise when driving over road sections. Driving on Interstate car has slight quiver. These are 2016 Ford Fusion. Old worn out Good Years was a lot better ride. Tires now have 5000 miles on them and getting worst. Do I buy new tires on trade car off? Or will Cooper Tires make this right? Bought these tires because made in USA.
I purchased four Cooper tires on October 2018 and fill and send the form to their office. After three weeks I received an email from them saying: "Unfortunately, your submission did not meet the promotion requirements due to the following reason(s): Household limit exceeded." I don't know what my family size have to do with the rebate, it is not a warranty. I think it is just a scam. They promise to send you back 70 $ if bought 4 tires. It is better to enhance your products, than playing these games. They don't deserve half star, I give them one because the system do not accept my review without any star. Do not believe Cooper Tires.
Cooper Tires offered a rebate October 2018 for 4 tires. I tuned in invoice electronically and filled out rebate form altogether on October 1st (day of purchase). ON THE 18th OF OCT, I was sent an email telling me that once my purchase was CONFIRMED that I will receive another email. Then after inquiring 2 times, I was sent an email finally on Nov. 1st telling me to expect it to be 6-8 weeks from Oct 18th to receive the email. Way too long. I already forwarded the invoice on Oct 1st directly from the retailer that installed my tires. (I got the retailer's rebate in 3 weeks from purchase.) I think it's very sorry that I am still waiting. So I will think about it when I'm offered a rebate going for buying their tires again. They want to help customers by making them wait.
I purchased the Cooper Zeon G1 Tires and was suppose to receive a $100 rebate. This is a scam, I mailed in the rebate form to find out they never received it. I am sure this is the story they tell all their customers. Customer service sucks and Mary Ann in the Whitby ON office was not willing help to or be of any assistance.
I purchased Cooper Tires because there was rebate of $100, so the price was practical. After buying tires whenever I open promotion link it says, "We are sorry. There is no promotion," and I literally tried many times. Today after 4 months I called them and inquire about the rebate. They said, "We are sorry the date for rebate was 30 June 2018," and further they said, "Maybe you are going to wrong website." Shameful behaviour, I just feel that my money has been stolen by them, so sad.
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I purchased a set of CS5 Touring tires two weeks ago. There is a pronounced vibration between 40 to 50 mph. They have been balanced and rebalanced three times. The condition has not changed. Additionally, overnight the tires' flat spot and are "bouncy" for a mile or so until they smooth out. I am very disappointed with these tires. Going back to the dealer.
After a little around 2 years the road noise is terrible. Am sorry I ever bought them. Went in and had them checked. They said they were all cupped. Had shocks and struts checked. They were good so it's the tires. When car sets for more than a day and I drive it it's like they flatten on. The bottoms get a thumpy ride for a while then they smooth out little.
Bought 4 Cooper Discoverer H/T Plus for my Expedition. The tires look, ride and feel great, but I've noticed after about 5000 miles of wear, the road noise is excessive. I've had them rotated and rebalanced with no change. I can compare it to an old 4X4 truck I once had with big mud & snow tires on it. You couldn't even hear the radio driving down the highway. It's not quite that bad but it's annoying.
Went one size wider for my 15” on my 99 Mustang - vastly improved handling - great tires, made here in America and bought and maintained by Discount Tire.
I've been using Cooper Tires for many years with almost zero tire failure. Very good tire and overall warranty. I would recommend them to anyone. I buy mine from Big Brand Tires in Bakersfield, CA.
Tires are great anti hydroplane. Tread life above average very quiet. My 2nd set of Cooper Discoverer Srx. Handling is so so plus they're aesthetically appealing on most trucks I see.
Tires are generally a good value. This is 2nd set. Wear seems to be fair, but performance on SUV is very good. Great on snow, and very quiet on dry.
I have purchased tires at Fred Harz & Son, Elmer, NJ 08318 for >40 years. Whether for business or personal use, their service & brand/model recommendations have been consistently exceptional. They sell many brands, >10, & for many years their recommended Cooper Tires have performed very well for me, family & friends I have sent to Harz. Coopers are also an excellent value, usually below the price of other brands. Love 'em!
Cooper Tire 235/45R17 CS5 Ultra Touring 94W Tread wear: 50,000 mile tread. Purchased new, $155 each. 2004 Volvo V70 station wagon. Tires have been driven 21,151 miles in 15 months. Three alignments done. Approximately 4-6 rotation and balances done, because the tires won't stay balanced. These tires never stayed balanced. They have always had a small vibration. On cool and cold mornings, the vibration was very bad.
I replaced front struts, rear shocks, wheels, control arms, ball joints, tie rods, CV shafts, sway-bar links, brake rotors, and engine mounts. None of these replacements corrected the vibration. I believe the tires were manufactured poorly. I have not hit a curb or pothole. The separation is occurring along a channel that can be seen on both the inner and outer sidewalls. This tire is still available, although it has been discontinued. My concern is that the other tires may have the same results.
The tire has an attractive design that handles well in both rain and snow. I just had my first winter with these tires and I could not be more pleased with handling in snow and on icy roads. The tires grip the wet surface nicely including with stopping and starting. All in all a sound, deeply threaded tire with a decent ride.
The tire has a great wear capability but stopping in wet weather and especially snow is terrible. Bought tires at Sears. According to rating they were supposed to be good in wet weather but they are not.
Have been I using Cooper tires for years and have them on both our vehicles. Very happy with the way these tires ride and perform and get many miles of tread wear.
I have always put Michelin tires on my cars but this time after reading about tires I purchased Cooper Discovery STX tires and absolutely love them. They are smooth and perform perfectly!
This is my 2nd set of Cooper tires on my 4x4 Ford Ranger. I had Firestone (OEM), Michelin (Ford Recall Replacements), & Goodyear. The best of those three was the Goodyear for durability & the Michelin for Performance. These are one size larger than OEM tires and outperform and outlast all three of the previous tires, and they cost less! The tire in question is: MasterCraft Coursar LT 265 R75 16. Very good ride quality, durable wearing (Averaged 63,500 mile w/ 10% residual tread), Highway driving 75%, Gravel/Dirt/Off Road 25%, Great traction on Dry, Wet, Snow & Ice covered roadways. My 1999 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4 Off Road Pkg currently has 283,050 miles on it.
Cooper tires are every bit as good as Michelin's tires. I bought way too many tires before I learned that. Factory tires are almost always crap because corporate greed is an evil thing.
Made in USA!!! By union workers! A better value too! We would buy these tires again!! They keep USA working to provide for their families and communities!
When changing my winter tires I noticed a bulge on side of one tire. Only had 3 months driving on them. Took it to the shop I purchased it from and was told he had to send it to Saskatoon for warranty. Was informed after calling 4 weeks later not covered. Will never buy Cooper again or deal with this shop.
I bought a 2006 Pontiac Vibe with Cooper Tires. Tread was good about 85%. I took the car on the highway and noticed a vibration so annoying went to Sears to get them balanced and alignment but the problem didn't go away. Went to another tire shop. Told me replace 2 front tires and a wheel. They were wrong. Lucky I didn't let them. Then went to Sullivan Tire shop. Told me one rear tire road force was too high. Other 3 were OK and to just drive the car like that till all tires warm out and only thing they could do was to balance them. They should have recommended me to get new tires but didn't. So went to a used tire shop to get new tires as they sell them cheaper with good brands and OMG so relived car runs better now. No more vibration! I will never trust Cooper Tires.
Cooper ATV - My Discount Tire Store recommended these tires for the gravelly roads in Our area. Price was good and very good warranty. So can I say, best tires have ever had on My Xterra. Though heavy feeling at first, soon got used to how they float over the rocky roads out here. Will see how they wear in time. A good buy for sure.
I was doing my maintenance on my tires after they were rotated during my oil change, tire pressure was a couple pounds low. I conducted a visual inspection and found all my tires had cracks between the tread patterns, only 15k miles on them. I contacted Cooper and they said they were 100 guaranteed for from cracks for 4 years. They told me I have to have my sales person call Cooper to get an authorization for replacement. The sales person heard the same thing I did, 100 guaranteed. It took a couple weeks to get the tires in, I was called by the tire company I bought them saying there were in and ready.
What a surprise I got when they told me it would cost me somewhere around 619 dollars. What!!! I was told 100 guaranteed, because I had used their faulty tires for 15k they were going to charge me mileage on the bad tires. I will not buy Cooper again. I should of bought the Big O brand which is made from Cooper but was told they would have replaced them.
I've been through several sets of Cooper CS4 tires on a 2006 Nissan Murano and a 2003 Ford Taurus wagon. The tires have been zero trouble, ride quietly and beautifully. In the Murano, which sits high because it's a crossover SUV body style, these tires do a really good job of maintaining control around curves. The tires don't squish or skate sideways. The body rolls like it should and the tires stay nice and firm on the road and pull out of the curve great. On snow or rain, they are also excellent.
BUT... FORGET getting 80,000 miles out of these tires, which is the warranty mileage. 40,000 is more like it. To be fair, I do not religiously rotate my tires every 6000 - 8000 miles like they say you should. I do it once a year or so, when the car is in for some other service. So I could probably get more out of these tires if I rotated them more. And forget getting any kind of warranty compensation out of Cooper unless you have had all the rotations done by a service center (not yourself), and you have printed records of the rotations. Without that, they won't honor any warranty at all. I will probably keep using them because the performance is excellent, and they can be had for well under $150/tire in the larger 18" rim size I need, which is a good price for a tire like this.
I own a collision and mechanical shop. We have always purchased Cooper Tires for our customers. All of a sudden at the beginning of 2017 we started having issues with the Cooper CS5 tires; customers were complaining of bulges on the sides of their tires. We even had two elderly customers have blowouts. We were told by our distributor that it was the way we were mounting the tires. Now we never had an issue with any other tire we mounted and balanced. I have replaced several customers tires at no cost to them. Cooper refuses to reimburse us. There is obviously an issue with the tires. We have since switched to Firestone and have not had one single problem.
I purchased Cooper AT3 tires for my truck and after one month they performed very poorly. I complained to Cooper for 5 months to exchange the tires, they never did. And their customer service very hard to deal with, Cooper's warranty doesn't mean anything to the consumer. I will never buy Cooper tires again. Don't buy Cooper tires!!!
Cooper Discoverer A/T 3 - I purchased a four tire set for my Toyota 4-Runner less than a month ago, and today the right rear sidewall blew out on the tire while traveling on the interstate, did not run over anything just a sidewall failure, just unbelievable! I did a Google search on these tires and that "Blew My Mind". 198 sidewall blowouts!
I have a set (Cooper Discoverer AT3) on my Dodge Ram 2500 with a Cummins diesel. I have pulled a 26ft travel through mud and snow with them without a problem. Noise isn't an issue because the engine makes more noise than the tires. They perform well on dry and wet roads. I have over 50,000 miles on them now. Will buy another set when the time comes. Great tire.
Cooper expert review by Lauren Fix
Cooper Tires may not be as well known as some of the other tire companies, but they have a 100-year history in the tire business. Today, Cooper Tires is a global company with over 65 facilities around the world.
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Availability: Cooper Tires are sold through most major U.S. tire retailers such as NTB, Big O and Sears.
Extensive warranty: Though there are limitations, the Cooper Tires warranty covers free replacement under certain conditions, tread wear protection and a 45-day road test period.
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Best for: Sports car and high-end vehicle drivers, extreme performance, touring, winter, run-flats, light truck and SUV drivers and passenger vehicle drivers.
Cooper Tires Company Information
- Company Name:
- 701 Lima Ave
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- United States
- (800) 854-6288