Today I went to Costco and purchased the new Bridgestones, I wanted the Michelin Energy savers but their are non to be found according to several tire shops in southwest florida. One dealer told me Michelin make a certain number of a production run 185/65/15 and won't go back to that size until they make all the other sizes they make? Anyhow with the new stones Costco said they would only put in the tire inflation on the door jam but said I could pump them up myself with their Nitrogen, for now I thought I would try them with the called for pressure. Before I went I marked the wheel and rolled 1 rotation with Goodyear Assurance that was on and got 74-5/8". When I got home I did it again and got 75" So between the old and new was 3/8" no allot but as you add up the miles... Actually the tire doesn't look low with the 35/33 pressure. driving it seamed like it rolled the same as the Goodyear. I'm thinking the reason for this is it rides a little harder then the goodyears with less pressure. Maybe the sidewalls are stiffer or just the material in the makeup? The ride by no means is uncomfortable. A little more road noise again not intolerable The main thing is you can feel the imperfections in the road like a performance tire, to some people they would feel like it's whatâ€™s called wondering, being pulled by the road. We also have a 2007 with 17" wheels which really feels the road and this is not that bad. Overall so far I would say I'm happy with the tires, also my listed fuel milage on the screen went up as I had 100 miles on when we got the tires. I will fill up this weekend and let everyone know what my first tank is at 35/33 pressure. Last thing price OTD 394.00 for all.