I don’t recall anything bad - so I’d say they were fine on concrete roads but you may want to do some googling on these: for the past 15 years before my TourX, I ran Bridgestone Alenza H/L tires on my CUVs. I found them to be very quiet, and very reliable in wet, dry and snow. They are $70 off every other month at Costco. Worth a look. I think they have an 80,000 mile warranty these days. Rotate them, and they will take very good care of you.My 2018 is quiet and pleasant on blacktop roads, but concrete interstates are absolutely terrible. I believe I have the contisilent tires - they say "TPC Spec". Milled concrete is not as bad, but still much worse than tarmac.
Tires at spec pressure according to TPMS.
Essence trim, no pano roof.
I just got back from a 1200 mile road trip and I'm about to buy new tires. Anyone who drives on concrete roads have any recommendations?
I have found my stocker CS tires to also be fine thus far - 5k miles. Though they get terrible reviews on Tire Rack. It will be interesting to see how they hold up. If I end up looking at some other tires, you can bet those Bstones will be at the top of my list.