|Best tyre for dry roads||Bridgestone Blizzak LM005|
|Best tyre for wet roads||Continental WinterContact TS 870|
|Best tyre for snow||Continental WinterContact TS 870|
|The best tyre overall||Bridgestone Blizzak LM005|
|The lowest fuel use||Bridgestone Blizzak LM005|
|The quietest tyre||Maxxis Premitra Snow WP6|
As usual we'll keep commentary to a minimum, instead encouraging you to head over to the Auto Express website to check out the full test.
The tyres included were very similar to the 2020 Auto Express winter tyre test, with Bridgestone winning the test again, with the new Continental second.
The LM005 has a test winning combination of grip in all conditions, and fuel efficiency.
Average curved aquaplaning resistance.
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The TS870 is the tyre to have when there's snow on the ground, very strong aquaplaning resistance.
Only fourth in the wet overall.
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the I*Cept RS2 is very good in the dry, wet and snow.
High rolling resistance and cabin noise.
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4th: Michelin Alpin 6
The Michelin Alpin 6 is particularly suited to the UK weather thanks to a strong wet performance.
Relatively poor snow performance.
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The UltraGrip Performance+ is strong in the dry with low fuel use and low noise.
Poor wet braking.
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The WinterSport 5 has good aquaplaning resistance and a low rolling resistance.
Average grip in all conditions.
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The Snow WP6 was excellent in the dry, good straight aquaplaning resistance, lowest noise on test.
Poor grip on snow, high rolling resistance.
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8th: Avon WV7
The WV7 had low cabin noise.
Poor grip in all conditions.