Continental ContiCrossContact Winter

The Continental ContiCrossContact Winter is a Touring All Season tyre designed to be fitted to SUV and 4x4s.

Dry Grip 83%
Wet Grip 80%
Road Feedback 75%
Handling 78%
Wear 65%
Comfort 73%
Buy again 78%

Tyre review data from 4 tyre reviews averaging 76% over 120,852 miles driven.

The ContiCrossContact Winter is ranked 7th of 21 All Season Touring tyres.

Latest Tyre Test Results

2013 Auto Bild SUV / 4x4 Winter Tyre Test - 3rd of 10 tyres

  • Positive - Balanced and very good performance in snow, lowest rolling resistance in the test
  • Negative - Average performance when braking on wet and dry roads, increased tyre noise
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2013 Toroleo SUV / 4x4 Winter Tyre Test - 5th of 6 tyres

  • Overall - SUV tires with low rolling resistance, convincingly in the dry thanks to stable outer shoulder, xcellent traction with special silica compound
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2011 Auto Bild 4x4 Winter Tyre Test - 3rd of 8 tyres

  • Positive - Short braking in the wet, balanced overall performance.
  • Negative - High price, average cornering on snow.
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2013 Tyre Tests

  • 3rd: 2013 Auto Bild SUV / 4x4 Winter Tyre Test (215/65 R16)
  • 5th: 2013 Toroleo SUV / 4x4 Winter Tyre Test (235/65 R17)
  • 2011 Tyre Tests

  • 3rd: 2011 Auto Bild 4x4 Winter Tyre Test (255/55 R18)
  • 2010 Tyre Tests

  • 2nd: 2010 Auto Bild Winter 4x4 Tyre Test (215/65 r16)
  • Size Fuel Wet Noise Weight
    175/65 R15 84T   E C 71 7.29kgs
    205/70 R15 96T   E C 72 9.75kgs
    215/65 R16 98H AO E C 72 10.09kgs
    255/65 R16 109H XL   E C 73 16.48kgs
    235/70 R16 106T   E C 72 11.98kgs
    225/75 R16 104T   E C 72 14.61kgs
    245/75 R16 120Q   E C 73 19.65kgs
    205/82 R16 110T   E C 73 13.93kgs
    215/85 R16 115Q MB E C 73 18.04kgs
    225/65 R17 102T   C C 72 11.84kgs
    245/65 R17 111T XL   E C 72 15.78kgs
    255/65 R17 110H   C C 73 15.70kgs
    235/65 R18 110H XL   C C 72 14.29kgs
    275/45 R19 108V XL   C C 73 14.87kgs
    285/45 R19 111V XL MO C C 75 15.22kgs
    235/55 R19 101H AO E C 72 14.33kgs
    235/55 R19 105H XL   E C 72 14.06kgs
    295/40 R20 110V XL MO E C 75 16.39kgs
    295/40 R20 110V XL   C C 75 15.83kgs
    255/50 R20 109V XL   E C 73 16.61kgs
    295/35 R21 107V XL   E E 75 15.53kgs
    275/45 R21 110V XL   E C 73 17.35kgs
    275/40 R22 108V XL   E C 73 17.55kgs

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    Top 3 Continental ContiCrossContact Winter Reviews

    Given 31% while driving a Jeep XJ Cherokee (225/70 R16) on mostly country roads for 152 easy going miles
    Expensive and promising a lot, in fact they:
    Increased the consummation in 15%.
    Quite dangerous with aquaplaning.
    A total disaster in mud, they force me to use 4x4 Low in a way where I passed at 4x2 with the old Michelin.
    They are ready to change after 30.000 Km.
    From BMW, Peugeot, Citroen, Alfa Romeo, Land Rover, UMM, Sport Classic Cars and many others I have always chose between Michelin, Bridgestone and BFGoodrich.
    Never doing less than 60 to 70.000 Kms with each set.
    (exception for Porsche and Spider naturally "eating" the back wheels)
    The Cherokee came with Wrangler. I changed them after 500 Km. Another set of "pieces of rubber" sliding in wet road and a joke in Off-Road.
    Now I am thinking about the General Grabber AT (not the older AT2, not bad at all), after drive a Gran Cherokee 4.0 equipped with the Grabber AT2.
    Hesitating between these and Michelin or Bridgestone (always a wise Choice).
    After 30 years driving and more than 5 million kilometers in all kind of conditions from Africa to Norway and many years between Portugal and Spain, I still feel stupid for spent a fortune in these Continental german tyres.
    Helpful 57 - tyre reviewed on May 28, 2013
    Given 100% while driving a Audi A4 Allroad (225/45 R17) on a combination of roads for 80,000 average miles
    Best winter tyre for my car. I had dunlop 4d before this it way good tyre but noisy. This tyre is just perfect for every condition. Exxelent on snow. Traction, braking ... Just best . On wet is wery good too. On dry is best winter tyre for me becouse is quiet. Buy again for sure. Highly reccomend . Sorry for my bad english.
    Helpful 29 - tyre reviewed on September 4, 2014
    Given 84% while driving a Audi Q7 (275/45 R20 V) on a combination of roads for 700 spirited miles
    Had these fitted just over a week ago and had to cover over 700 miles last weekend. If I'd known how warm it'd be, I'd probably have left my Duelers on, but I'd already made the decision. Was expecting more noise and less grip on warm dry roads than the Bridgestones but grip was exceptional on the fantastic A roads through Scottish borders and Northumbria. Coming back on the M6 road noise was ever so slightly more than I was used to but you'd need to turn the radio off to notice the difference. Obviously don't know how they'll be in the snow and ice but really can't wait to find out. 5* for wear is only because it's too early for me to say. That said, my Q7 chews through tyres at an alarming rate so I'll not be at all surprised if I only get a couple of winters out of them.
    Helpful 28 - tyre reviewed on November 2, 2011
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    Given 87% while driving a Toyota RAV4 (215/70 R16 T) on mostly country roads for 40,000 easy going miles
    Very good tyres for winter, but also in summer.
    We use them as all season tyres
    Helpful 26 - tyre reviewed on October 5, 2011