Vogue Custom Built Radial VIII Tire Review & Rating

Vogue has made a habit of creating some fantastic looking tires and the Custom Built Radial VIII is certainly no exception. Beautifully designed and crafted they manage to do what Vogue does best: combine performance with aesthetics.

Durability is provided with high-tensile steel belts, polyester body plies and a Vogue unique gold puncture control pad to ensure that these tires last. This technology also adds to stability when on the road.


Vogue Custom Built Radial VIII Tire Review

The tires also feature an asymmetrical tread design that allows for all weather driving and means you can keep these tires on throughout the year. Wet and dry traction is good, as is handling and steering response.

You’ll find sizes available ranging from 16 to 20 inches, and Vogue includes either a 40K or 60K mile warranty depending on the tire’s speed rating.

Pros

  • Good all-season performance
  • Responsive steering
  • Durable and strong
  • Unique Vogue look

Cons

  • Can have uneven tread wear

Overall Thoughts

Vogue tires are among the best on the market in terms of looks and they manage to supplement this with performance too. The Custom Built Radial VIII not only looks good, but it also has dependable traction and handling as well.

Comfortable in both dry and wet driving conditions while also providing a smooth and relaxed ride, the tire doesn’t have many flaws. Tread wear can sometimes be uneven and how they manage to handle bad winter conditions remains to be seen, however the pluses outweigh the flaws.

Overall this is a good performing model that will also enhance the look of your vehicle.

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What Vehicles Will The Vogue Custom Built Radial VIII Fit?

(This is not a complete list of ALL vehicles this tire will fit)

  • Acura Integra
  • Chevy Impala, Malibu, Cobalt
  • Dodge Charger, Avenger, Caravan
  • Ford Edge, Mustang, Fusion
  • Honda Accord, Civic, CRV
  • Mazda 3, 6, CX-7
  • Nissan Altima, Sentra
  • Pontiac G8
  • Toyota Camry, Corolla

Tire Sizes

16″

205/55R16 91H GW

17″

215/50R17XL 95V GW
225/50R17XL 98V GW
235/55R17 99H GW

18″

235/50R18XL 101V GW
245/45R18XL 100V GW

19″

245/45R19XL 102V GW

20″

245/40R20XL 99V GW

Price Range

Vogue Custom Built Radial VIII prices range from approximately $145 and up. You may also find occasional rebates, discount prices, coupons and special offers on this tire.

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Warranty

Vogue provides a 60,000 mile tread warranty on the Custom Built VIII. You will also find a 30 day buy and try guarantee that allows you to exchange or refund the tires if you are not completely satisfied.


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3 thoughts on “Vogue Custom Built Radial VIII Tire Review & Rating

  1. I agree with William and I haven’t had any response from Vogue about replacement tires. They are so loud that it’s
    Unbearable. I have sent this complaint to you and I have went into dealer that sells vogue. They tell me that it’s my fault but the tires were put on my brand new Genesis G 80 at 65 miles. I have done everything to take care of these tires and want to get a response from Vogue to settle this. I have called, I have went to tire dealers and they say you won’t HONOR the warranty. This is the 4th set I’ve owned but these are the worst. I only have 15000 miles on them. Can you please respond so I can get this settled!

    1. Hey Keith, I’m so sorry to hear that you’re having so much trouble with the tires and the company. We only deal in offering genuine tire reviews to our audience, I’m wondering how I can help you at this time.

  2. I have Vogue tires 245/45R19. Two of them have already been replaced by your company because after a few thousand miles, they could not balance them. The oldest two (that were not replaced) have about ten thousand miles of wear left on them. My estimation. The problem is there is so much road noise, even at 40 MPH, but really bad at 60-70MPH, that we have to turn the radio up to hear it, and, of course, talking is really affected by this loud noise. My dealer, Crest Cadillac in Birmingham, AL, says it is a common problem with Vogue tires. I can’t tell for sure if it’s the “old” tires or all of them, but I am embarassed for someone to ride in my car, a 2014 Cadillac XTS, and wonder about all the noise. The older tires have 46,159 miles on them, and the ones that were replaced, have 21,857 miles I love the looks, whitewalls w/gold stripe, but I don’t know whether to get them again when there is so much tread-life left in the ones on the car now.
    There is no way I will take a long trip listening to all this noise, and my daughter and grandchildren live in Dallas, TX.. I will not go to see them in this car with these tires and listen to it for 625 miles. How would you resolve this?

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