The Apollo Aspire XP Winter is designed to provide superb snow handling and performance on wet surfaces, ensuring peak safety during the cold seasons. A multidirectional groove and sipe design enhances driving pleasure, while a hard-wearing structure, with durable sidewall and inner construction and wear-resistant polymers in the tread compound, makes for a longer lifespan.
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Latest Apollo Aspire XP Winter Reviews
while driving a
Skoda Octavia Scout
(225/45 R17 V) on
mostly country roads
After 3 years working in Germany in the 90s ( where they are required by law )I got the winter tyre bug and have been a regular user ever since. I read the winter tyre tests every year and saw these apollo tyres had outscored everything. I also read that apollo own vredestien tyres so I thought it was a no brainer, especially that they were only Â£64 each at camskill. They will soon go up when everyone twigs what a good tyre it is. It's supremely quiet, comfortable, great wet and dry grip and on the few frosty and icey early starts ( 29/11/19 ) -2Â° exudes confidence.
while driving a
Kia Motors Carens crdi
(225/45 R17) on
a combination of roads
I recently purchased a new Kia and needed a set of new winter tyres for the up coming season.
After looking over the latest winter tyre test in my size on tyre reviews, I decided to try these Apollo tyres that fared quite well for the cost on the tests.
Overall I am very happy with these tyres although I have not used them yet on snow or ice. The dry and wet grip is very impressive, they have not impacted my fuel consumption in comparison to the hankook prime 3 summer tyres supplied with the car. And these appolo tyres are very comfortable. Wear I can't really comment, after 500 miles those new tyre markings are barely visible....
Past winter tyres albeit on other vehicles have been Alpin 4&5, Goodyear Ultragrip 9 and the Barum 3&5, and so far the Apollo tyres feel really good on wet and dry roads, average day temp has been around 9 Celsius, so a little warm for them but really I'm very pleased with them, and for the money, couldn't complain. Â£75 each fitted, bathwick tyres.
I will post a snow and ice review asap.
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