Continental ControlContact Tour AS Tire Review & Rating

Built to deliver higher performance, a more comfortable ride and longer treadlife, the Continental ControlContact Tour AS is an exclusive offering of Discount Tire. This model is designed for drivers of all types of coupes, sedans, crossovers and minivans.

Looking at the ControlContact Tour AS you can immediately notice the tread pattern is similar to the Continental TrueContact. Same design, same 800 UTQG rating, same warranty, etc. The only real difference we can find is that the Tour AS has a five rib pattern where the TrueContact has four.

Continental ControlContact Tour AS Reviews

The tires uses Continental’s unique tread compound that includes Tg-F Polymers and +Silane additives for enhanced traction and handling on all types of road surfaces, as well as a longer tread life. Full depth sipes around the tread combine with the compound to give this tire increased grip and reduced stopping distances on wet or snow covered pavement.

Continental adds what they call a comfort band around the tire that sits between the steel belts and the tread to absorb bumps and road shocks for a smoother and more comfortable ride. We have to say it does its job well. The ride is very comfortable on even some of the roughest roads.

Sizes are available ranging from 14-17 inches, and all come with a T-speed rating. This model is backed by a 90K mile tread warranty.

Pros

  • Excellent dry and wet traction   
  • Better than average winter performance   
  • Smooth and comfortable ride   
  • Treadlife   

Cons

  • Traction in deep snow   
  • Not easy to find at times   

Overall Thoughts

Like the ControlContact Sport AS, this new Tour AS is an impressive tire in the Continental lineup. The performance and ride comfort is among the better tires in the touring all-season class, while the cost is lower than what you’ll find on most other top brands.

The only real issue we have with the tire would be traction in very deep snow. That said, how often do you really find yourself driving through 12 inches of snow every year?

We’ve heard from many other drivers that have stated how well they like the ControlContact Tour. It is a solid choice for minivans and sedans where good traction, comfort and treadlife are your main priorities. Overall, a very good tire from Continental.

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What Vehicles Will The ControlContact Tour AS Fit?

Fits these vehicles and many others:

  • Chevrolet Cobalt, Malibu, Impala   
  • Dodge Grand Caravan, Avenger, Caliber   
  • Ford Focus, Fusion, Taurus   
  • Honda Accord, Civic, Odyssey   
  • Hyundai Sonata, Elantra   
  • Kia Optima, Soul, Forte   
  • Mitsubishi Lancer, Galant   
  • Nissan Altima, Sentra, Cube, Versa   
  • Subaru Impreza, Legacy   
  • Toyota Camry, Sienna, Corolla, Avalon, Prius   
  • Volkswagen Passat, Jetta   

Tire Sizes

14″

185 /65 R14 86T SL BSW

15″

185 /60 R15 84T SL BSW
185 /65 R15 88T SL BSW
195 /60 R15 88T SL BSW
195 /65 R15 91T SL BSW
205 /65 R15 94T SL BSW
215 /65 R15 96T SL BSW

16″

205 /55 R16 91T SL BSW
205 /60 R16 92T SL BSW
215 /60 R16 95T SL BSW
215 /65 R16 98T SL BSW
225 /60 R16 98T SL BSW
225 /65 R16 100T SL BSW
235 /65 R16 103T SL BSW

17″

215 /60 R17 96T SL BSW
215 /65 R17 99T SL BSW
225 /55 R17 97T SL BSW
225 /60 R17 99T SL BSW
225 /65 R17 102T SL BSW
235 /65 R17 104T SL BSW

Price Range

Continental ControlContact Tour AS prices range from approximately $85 and up. You may also find occasional rebates, discount prices, coupons and special offers on this tire.

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Warranty

Continental provides a 90,000 mile tread warranty on the Control Contact Tour AS. Tire uniformity is guaranteed for one-year or the first 2/32 inch of wear.

Materials and workmanship are warranted for 6-years and include free replacement during the first year or first 2/32 inch of wear. A prorated amount is then given for the remaining time period or down to the final 2/32 inch of tread depth.


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