Vogue Tires / Catastropic tire failures

1 United States Review updated:

Vogue makes custom tires for Cadillac - they look nice but are hazardous and made of poor quality. I have had my Cadicllax DTS for about four years and have gone through 4 Vogue tires with sidewall splits. Never ran over anything. Always kept tire pressure regulated. Company never responded to my last complaint. Last time I was going down I-95 about 70 mph when tire below out. Large split in sidewall. No help from Cadillac or Vogue. DO NOT BUY THESE OVERRATED/OVERPRICED tires - you are putting you and your family in danger.

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  • He
      May 19, 2012

    Don, t buy this jap scrap, were I not a supporter of the UAW I would start a all out war with Cadillac ( for installing this crap on there car) and Vouge Tire for producting and not standing behind this road hazard. Buy this thie and get stuck.

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  • Ta
      Mar 08, 2015

    I bought a set of Vogue tires two years ago for a classic 1957 Cadillac. The car goes to car shows only, which are very few and far between, the car is kept garaged at all times. I tried cleaning the "white walls" because they were a nice shade of light tan. The gold strip was just short of brown. I tried everything to make the strips white and gold, but nothing worked. Vogue gave me a new set of tires and once again these tires would not clean. I was told to try the Vogue tire cleaner, at $20 a bottle, and it made no difference. So I have a very rare and expensive classic car with Pep Boy white walls. Doing a little homework, I found out the tires are made in...GUESS... where else but China.
    They look nice on the internet, but save your money. Too bad nothing is made in America anymore, back in the day, American manufacturers cared about their products and quality.

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