Grand Touring All-Season

Overall Rating (9.0)


Toyo Celsius offers year-round versatility plus winter-weather safety in one. This all-weather tire offers better ice and snow traction than a typical all-season tire and longer tread life than a winter tire. 

Features & Benefits:


- Inside Tread: Higher sipe density for excellent traction on ice and snow.

- Outside Tread: Lower sipe density for traction on wet and dry roads.


- Improves deep snow traction.

- Increases block rigidity for


- Increases traction by evacuating slush and snow.


- Minimizes irregular wear for a smooth, quiet ride.

- Improves braking on icy, wet, and dry roads.

Noise 8.5
Ride 8.5
Tread-wear 9.5
Cornering Stability 8.5
Dry Traction 9.0
Steering Response 8.5
Hydro-planing 9.5
Wet Traction 9.0
Deep Snow 9.0
Ice 9.0
Light Snow 9.5

Independent Tire Reviews By Customers

Date: 1/8/2020 Review's Overall Rating: 9.0
2014 Subaru Forester 2.5i Limited
Miles Driven 30000
Driving Condition Combined Highway/City
Driving Style Fast
Comments I normally run snows in the winter. Norm in Walpole suggested the Celsius as an alternative to seasonal swapping as I was getting tired of schlepping tires back and forth each change of season. He was spot on. They work like snow tires in the winter, run great in the summer and have worn very well. As it was explained to me, these are a new type of tire that are considered "all weather" not "all season". The difference is that the compound in the tire runs the opposite of normal tires. These soften in the cold and harden in the heat. I was skeptical but they have performed beyond my expectation. Saves me from buying snows. I'll be putting them on all my cars.
Comfort Category
Noise 9.0
Ride 9.0
Tread-wear 9.0
Comfort Category
Hydro-planing 9.0
WetTraction 9.0
Comfort Category
CorneringStability 9.0
DryTraction 9.0
SteeringResponse 9.0
Comfort Category
DeepSnow 9.0
Ice 9.0
LightSnow 9.0
Date: 4/5/2020 Review's Overall Rating: 8.9
2005 Honda CR-V EX
Miles Driven 36000
Driving Condition Combined Highway/City
Driving Style Average
Comments These tires were the best of both worlds and only half way through their treadlife at 36k miles. They had almost the same grip and stopping ability in the snow and ice as the Blizzaks I have owned in the past. But they weren't overly loud and could be used the entire year. I never hydroplaned when using them. They're not going to give you the steering response of a sportier tire, but for every day driving in the North East they were perfect.
Comfort Category
Noise 8.0
Ride 8.0
Tread-wear 10.0
Comfort Category
Hydro-planing 10.0
WetTraction 9.0
Comfort Category
CorneringStability 8.0
DryTraction 9.0
SteeringResponse 8.0
Comfort Category
DeepSnow 9.0
Ice 9.0
LightSnow 10.0

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