Passenger Car All Season Ultra High Performance Tyres
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Atlas Force UHP, BFGoodrich G FORCE COMP 2 AS, Bridgestone Potenza RE960AS Pole Position, Bridgestone Potenza RE960AS Pole Position RFT, Bridgestone RE970AS Pole Position, Continental ControlContact Sport SRS Plus, Continental PureContact LS, Cooper Zeon RS3 G1, Dunlop Signature HP, Dunlop Sport All Season, Falken Azenis FK450 AS, Fuzion UHP Sport AS, General G MAX AS 03, General G Max AS03, Goodyear Eagle GT, Goodyear Eagle Touring, Kumho Ecsta PA51, Michelin Pilot Sport AS Plus, Nitto NeoGen, Nokian WR G4, Nokian zLine AS, Pirelli P Zero All Season, Pirelli P Zero All Season Plus, Uniroyal Tiger Paw GTZ AS 2, Yokohama Advan Sport AS
Passenger Car All Season Ultra High Performance Tyres Tyre Review Highlights
Vredestein Quatrac Pro
while driving a Jaguar XF Sportbrake 2.2 (200)
Driving on a combination of roads
for 45000 average
End of life review;
I had these tyres on my car for ~2 years and drove about 60.000KM on them. They were just under the legal limit for winter use (3.5 mm) therefore I replaced them.
Throughout their life, I have been very happy with these tires, they performed well in all conditions.
We had a real winter last season (Snow and frost) and I was impressed with their performance, realizing they were at 5mm thread at that time.
Summer driving was also good; we had temps up to 30 Degrees. No issues to report.
Good in wet conditions, good comfort levels. Towards the end of their life they got a bit noisy, but that's normal I guess.
Dunlop Sport All Season
while driving a Volkswagen Polo 1.2
Driving on a combination of roads
for 2000 spirited
Came from Goodyear Vector 4 Seasons Gen 2. These tires are much better in dry then Gen 2, approx as good in rain as Gen 2. Do not like dry braking feel when you press pedal to the floor (hard to estimate your stopping distance) , but dry and wet handling are exemplary. I sincerely doubt I will get the chance to test them on snow, but I hope snow is not trade off for very good dry and wet handling.
Nokian WR G4
while driving a Volkswagen Golf Mk7 Sportwagen Alltrack 1.8TSI
Driving on mostly motorways
for 16000 average
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I had the Bridgestones for about 20k miles before they were worn to the way to the legal limit. The initial turn-in was great on dry surfaces for the life of the tire. Felt really planted. As far as the wet, it started great but by about 30% life they got really sketchy. And as far as snow and ice, I would suggest not even trying it. These are as bad as full summer tires in the snow, from my experience. Not that it means much for cornering and braking, but I have quattro AWD and a lot of snow driving experience. So I didn't have issues getting stuck, but if I didn't have that technology it definitely would have. As far as comfort, they are awfully uncomfortable. They feel like squares before they're warm so the car shakes like you're out of alignment for about the first 3mi/5km on days that are not already quite warm. You feel everything on the road even when they're warm. So good for track driving, but not good for a daily driver if though they're labeled as all seasons. At the time of writing this I've recently installed on Michelin A/S 4, and the difference in comfort is quite large. The Michelin is much more comfortable and feels like you're actually driving on rubber, the Bridgestones feel like driving on bricks. Which means the Bridgestones also have much more feedback to what's happening on the road. As far as the noise, they are quite loud. Only got worse over time. Overall, I would not recommend these tires, personally. From my experience they were not suitable for daily driving, and wouldn't be as good as a dedicated summer tire even in the areas the Bridgestones excelled in.
These things lasted quite a while, dry grip and handling was pretty good but wouldn't necessarily trust them as a reliable A/S tire in inclement weather. Had a sketchy moment in a patch of ice towards the end of its life when there wasn't much tread, so not necessarily the tires' fault. Overall pretty decent option if you're on a budget, especially if you're not too concerned about performance. Road noise is very minimal, and they're pretty comfortable too.
I got these to replace a set of Goodyear eagle sports, which is these things competition. I live in Seattle area where it rains from September to April so I needed a good rain tire. I have to say my rain grip is 95% as good as the Goodyear was in the dry which blows my mind. They are most definitely quieter than the Goodyear but not as quiet as my old worn out set of continental sport contacts, most likely because they have much more meat on them. They do significantly better than both tires at reduced noise over jarring bumps. I drive an A6 TDI so I used to get about 37 to 41mpg highway averaging 80 mph depending on if I need to pass. These tires do make my mpgs decrease slightly to the 35 to 40 range but that is a trade off I am willing to accept.
Very impressed with Pirelli P Zero All Season Plus. Ride quiet and comfortable. Excellent dry and wet grip. If you purchase these tires you must keep the correct tire pressure recommended for your vehicle.
Currently on 35,000 miles rears 6mm front 4mm would I buy again yes but then these are the only All season tyres in this size
Superb confort. Super grip on dry and wet. Best tires i’ve owned so far
General G Max AS 05
while driving a Toyota Yaris
Driving on a combination of roads
for 15000 spirited
Fantastic sporty daily driver tire. The turn is response in my experience is awfully alot like the Hoosier A6...its that tight. The tire is predictable and fast. I have raced competitively on these tires and they do well considering its not a race tire. Snow traction is manageable and decent given the sporty tendacies of the tires. If you know how to drive in the snow you can get by with these however they do not hold a candle to dedicated snow tires. So if you live in an area that sometimes like to throw a snow event after you take off the snow tires these are fine. Tire wear is well given the abuse I put them thru. The turn in response alone is worth buying the tire...the fact that its a really good all arounder is a plus. Will buy again...and again. I wish they had fitments to put on my other cars.
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