SUV and 4x4 All Season Touring Tyres
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SUV and 4x4 All Season Touring Tyres with no reviews
Avon Ranger AT, Avon Ranger ATT, Avon Ranger TSE, Cosmo El Jefe HT, Dunlop Grandtrek TG28, Dunlop Grandtrek TG30, Dunlop Grandtrek TG4, Goodyear Wrangler F1, Goodyear Wrangler UltraGrip, Gripmax Stature AS, Gripmax Stature AS II, Hercules Terra Trac HT, Hercules Terra Trac SUV, Kenda Klever ST, Kumho Crugen HT51, Kumho Road Venture KL11, Kumho Solus KR21, Landsail CLV1, Landsail CLV2, Landsail CLV3, Lassa Competus HL, Lassa Multiways 4x4, Laufenn X Fit HT, Maxxis Bravo HT770, Maxxis Premitra All Season AP3 SUV, Nankang Cross Sport SP 9, Ohtsu ST5000, Radar RCX8, Toyo 600 HT, Wanli S1606, Yokohama GEOLANDAR HT S, Zeetex VIGOR HT
SUV and 4x4 All Season Touring Tyres Tyre Review Highlights
Hi, i have had my IX35 since 2018 that was fitted with a set of new Achilles Desert Hawk HT tyres. On occasion we have driven off-road on mild 4*4 terrains and through the light snow we receive during the rare extreme Winters here in the Western Cape region of South Africa. So my experience thus far was indeed satisfactory accept for the low grip on the snow covered terrain creating a slippery scenario. In terms of coverage, now at 55 000 kilometers covered, its time for replacement, however, had the alignment been done regularly I might have extended the period by anther 5000 kilometers.
After 18000 miles and 3 years of not satisfying usage my latter feelings are "Finally I got rid of them.".
They came on my newly bought 2017 Ford Kuga AWD. There were always a feel of numbness. Grip was not bad on dry but you always had a doubt because of less feedback. On wet, situation was worse because of lesser feedback, you just couldn't rely on those rubber. They were M+S tyres but on snow, what you need was a proper winter tyre. On light off road conditions they were not bad. Maybe one and only good thing about these tyres were that.
Beside those, there was an odd case of "Constant nail, screw penetration". A total of 4 penetrations caused 4 patches. And maybe 4 or 5 more were cleaned out by me before fully sink into. That made me think that the tyre pattern was susceptible for penetration; grabbing nails, etc.
Maybe there were some miles left in those tyres but after 3 years rubber became degenerate, ruptured and I decided to throw them away.
Michelin is not a bad tyre manufacturer this is obvious but some oem tyres like those which made for car manufacturers are, I guess, not have the same quality as the tyre brand's other tyres. And I want to believe that this was the case.
Today I change winter tyres (2 years old Falken Eurowinter HS01s) with newly bought Falken Azenis FK510 SUVs.
Nankang Cross Sport SP 9
while driving a Mitsubishi Shogun 3.2Ltr Diesel LWB
Driving on mostly motorways
for 12 average
I've been driving my shogun on these for 2 years. Done around 22.000 miles. Had to replace the rears after a year, and now all 4 need replacing.
A good quiet tyre but the don't last long.
I had 2 new rears in june/2020 it's now April 2021 they need replacing, mostly do motorway driving. If your short on cash these will get you going again, just know you'll be paying out again a few month down the line.
Trying out good year efficient grip next.
Really impressed with this cheap tyre for all year use. Performed well in -15c temps and snow.
I fitted four new Achilles Desert Hawk 225/55R18 98V tyres to my vehicle in November 2018. The tyres have performed very well in wet and dry conditions alike. Road noise is average I would say, compared to some other brands. Drive comfort is good, Overall, I'm happy with the tyres quality and performance thus far and they represent very good value for money. If they still represent good value at the time I need to replace them, I certainly will replace them with the same tyres again.
Replace original Continental tyres with these 30k mls ago and have been well pleased with them in all conditions against the continentals until they reach 5yrs old with 4mm of tread left they have very poor grip in wet conditions and will not stop or steer in snow. I would recommend these tyres for mainly road use with occasional mud baths but the compound deteriorates over time.
M+S 235/60/R17 ASÄ°METRÄ°CO PÄ°RELLÄ° ZERO , I used this tire for five years on my old car chevrolet captiva 2.0 d 2008. Especially, snow capability is enough, considering it is an all season tire
21,000 miles on the clock and haven't needed a new tyre yet. Front 2 are almost ready to be replaced, back to still have a few thousand miles left in them.
Was expecting more from these, they replaced a very old and worn out set of Bridgestone duelers and the only positive is that they are alot quieter. The mk1 sorento is actually pretty quiet at motorway speeds and these tyres are H rated which I liked as the car is primarily used on road and at higher speeds. Ride comfort is worse than expected and a drop from the factory settings is required to maintain comfort but at that point Sidewall flex is quite high. I think I have found a middle ground for pressures but again, not as good as I was hoping for. This tyre probably works better in a more 'modern' lower profile size. Mpg has not changed appreciably. The car does not feel as confident on wet roundabouts as the old tyres, this model runs in rear drive only unless 4wd is selected for off road use. Not recommended for this car and I will be going elsewhere next time if they ever wear out.
while driving a Daihatsu Terios
Driving on a combination of roads
for 1000 average
The ML698+ Tire suits me very well!
It is silent for a AT tire. The grip on/ off the road is good.
very good tires/ lasted about 30.000 miles/good grip on dry and wet/ been using nankang for last 6 years/ winter tires are also very good/
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