Passenger Car All Season Ultra High Performance Tyres
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Atlas Force UHP, BFGoodrich g Force COMP 2 A/S Plus, BFGoodrich G FORCE COMP 2 AS, Bridgestone Potenza RE960AS Pole Position, Bridgestone Potenza RE960AS Pole Position RFT, Bridgestone Potenza RE980AS Plus, Bridgestone RE970AS Pole Position, Dunlop Signature HP, Dunlop Sport All Season, Falken Azenis FK450 AS, Falken Azenis FK460 AS, Falken Euroall Season AS220 Pro, Fuzion UHP Sport AS, General G MAX AS 03, General G Max AS03, Goodyear Eagle GT, Ironman IMOVE Gen 2 AS, Ironman IMOVE Gen 3 AS, Kumho Ecsta PA51, Michelin Pilot Sport AS Plus, Nitto NeoGen, Pirelli P Zero All Season, Uniroyal Tiger Paw GTZ AS 2, Vredestein Hypertrack All Season, Yokohama Advan Sport AS, Yokohama Advan Sport AS Plus
Passenger Car All Season Ultra High Performance Tyres Tyre Review Highlights
Very good overall tire,low noise and sport handling,much better my orginal michelin mxv4
Goodyear Eagle Touring
while driving a Honda Accord
Driving on a combination of roads
for 45000 average
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Nice grip in all conditions and comfortable. Took bumps well, not too noisy either, but didn't balance well and wore down unevenly to the cords in 20k miles.
General G Max AS 05
while driving a Chevrolet Malibu LTZ
Driving on mostly motorways
for 28500 average
I used them in a 2013 Malibu LT 2.5, I only did 45 thousand kilometers with them, before I had Goodyear Eagle LS2, where I felt more grip in the curves. What I liked about the G-Max tires is that they have a bead that protects the rim, during the life of the tires they have never had flats and the appearance of the tire seemed like new without using Armor-All. Conclusion, it has an average grip in both dry and wet conditions, the price is high, and I don't think I'll buy them again.
Tires are terrible for comfort (hard as a rock), feel every bump. I really want to like this tire as it looks good, but that's about it. Had them on for 3 months and need to replace them.
Vredestein Quatrac Pro
while driving a Subaru Outback
Driving on mostly country roads
for 8500 easy going
UPDATE. On November 12, 2021 I posted my initial review of this tire (Quatrac Pro 225/60/18) mounted on Subaru Outback. Here is an update after only 14k kms of easy driving. The tires are not "holding up.)." Shortly after initial installation I noticed vibrations. I attempted to balance them twice and rotated them. No results. Finally, the third time last Fall, an expert with a Hunter Road Force machine had a try. Three out of 4 tires showed defect... exerting way excessive Nm force. (110, 120, and 140) FYI. 90 or below is normal, I was told. I wrote to Vredestein customer service here in Germany about it but they brushed me off twice. Talk to the dealer answer.
So, I decided to keep them over the winter and now I will discard them off and look for something else. Good that I have kept OEM wheels. (Vredestein were installed on "fancy" Flow Form Enkei rims which were also checked for the possible contribution to the problem but came clean) Again, the car was driven regularly although sparingly and never off road to cause damage to the tires. So, in this case not a quality tire and not a quality customer service.
However, must report that in late 202 (after being impressed with the tire) 1 I have also installed same Qatar Pro tires on my Subaru XV (225/55/18 this time) and after 20k kms absolutely no balancing/quality problems. Wear is good and perfect.ly normal. Go figure, as they say.
Vredestein Quatrac Pro
while driving a Toyota 2022 GR86
Driving on mostly country roads
for 10 average
These tires seriously saved my ass in some pretty difficult snow/slush conditions. I got caught in some really heavy snow while driving north to visit family, I ended up driving 5 hours on the interstate with slush all over the roads and these tires did unbelievably well for all-seasons. I 100% would have had to bail out if I had even slightly inferior tires.
These are a really great winter tire choice for a sports car if you live somewhere that only occasionally gets snow and daily the car.
I have mounted the Vredestein Quatrac Pro on my Kia Sportage and have driven 4,000 kilometers on mainly city highways in dry weather, so I cannot yet assess all the tire's qualities. However, I have perceived great improvements over original equipment Hankook: better grip, better comfort, better feel and absolute quietness.
also not bad rim saver, recommended.
I look forward to testing them in extreme conditions. At that point I will update my review.
I own a 2018 Nissan Maxima Platinum. The two things I don't worry about paying money for are brakes and tires. I bought these tires last Sept. I believe right before winter here in NY. I normally change over to snow tires but the ones I had I had used for the last two years. So, I chose these all seasons hoping that they could do the job year-round. WORSE tires I've ever owned. They are so loud that they sound (INSIDE MY CAR) like I'm driving a truck not a sports vehicle. They are so much louder than my snow tires. I have two cars so I drive them both and I also like to listen to my music so I noticed they were loud, but I didn't realize until people would get in the car. They would mention how loud my car was. Don't waste your money on these tires. They weren't even that good during the mild winter we had. These tires aren't even a year old and I will have to purchase new tires because I cant listen to the how loud they are during the summer months.
This tire is priced right and is a top contender in the premium class of high performance tires. Great on mileage , tire really grips well when warm . I rotate every 3,000 to ensure same tread depths and longevity of the life of the tire. Only small discomfort was the ride quality, which had to do with the plus of the sidewall which Michelin will hold the title in all the tire categories due to the softness of their sidewalls , which in my personal piece of mind preference, I would sacrifice a little discomfort for piece of mind knowing that my side walls are thicker, stronger layers of plies and can with stand a pothole of two without damaging sidewall (non-repairable) condition . Overall best tire to get performance without sacrificing safety or day in and day out abuse of our local roads and highways throughput the state of California.
Absolutely the loudest tires I have ever owned. Constant hum at any speed and especially bad at highway speeds. Drives me crazy listening to the noise
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