The new WinterContact™ TS 870 P is equipped with an improved sipe and pattern concept, which gives you excellent grip on snow and ice and a new compound enables an optimised wet performance, extra-low rolling resistance and high mileage.
This tyre replaced the Continental WinterContact TS 860 S.
Tyre review data from 9 tyre reviews averaging 93% over 7,810 miles driven.
The WinterContact TS 870 P is ranked 2nd of 41 Winter Ultra High Performance tyres.
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2021-10-17 - I have been Winter driving on Michelin Pilot Alpin 4 for a number of years and with living and working in the countryside they are good. However a new car has meant a move from 18" to 19" rims. The 19" rim has tyre size of 225/35R19 fitted. There are not many UHP Winter tyres in this size, particularly the Continental Winter Contact TS870P. The closest that is offered for this tyre is a 235/35R19. This means that they are 10mm wider and possibly 3mm taller. What are the issues with fitting this slightly larger tyre?
While the TS870P is an excellent winter tyre choice, I sadly can't advise on whether it is safe to change tyre sizes away from non-OE specification, sorry. If you check the owners manual there might be an alternative size or a smaller wheel option for winter tyres.
|205/50 R17||£127.39 - £184.00 (8 Prices)||Compare Prices >>|
|205/60 R16||£92.29 - £161.00 (4 Prices)||Compare Prices >>|
|225/55 R18||£173.49 - £210.90 (5 Prices)||Compare Prices >>|
|235/45 R18||£167.59 - £221.70 (8 Prices)||Compare Prices >>|
|235/55 R17||£146.99 - £225.20 (8 Prices)||Compare Prices >>|
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