Approaching 40,000 miles and running the original tires, I think its time to start researching new ones. Sure, they're still going strong, but the first owner really didn't rotate them and I am approaching the wear bars. Everything I've read says that the Michelin Energy Saver A/S is the best choice, and I do like those tires. But they are kind of expensive, and their tread depth is lower than other tires so what you are seeing is savings from increased fuel economy, but with ultimately less tire for your money. You can't have it all right? But, what I was wondering is if anyone has run the Road Hugger GT Eco tire from Discount Tire. They were rated highly for the C-Max, and are considerably cheaper than the Michelins. However, what I am looking at is fuel efficiency and if these tires gave the same hit as switching to, for example the Pirelli Cinturato P7 All Season Plus tires. Any suggestions?