Falken ZIEX ZE914 EcoRun
The Falken ZIEX ZE914 EcoRun is a Premium Touring Summer tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Car
This tyre replaced the Falken ZE914
This tyre has been replaced by the Falken ZIEX ZE310 EcoRun
Tyre review data from 78 tyre reviews averaging 82% over 824,165 miles driven.
Latest Group Test Results
2020 Auto Zeitung Summer Tyre Test - 7th of 20 tyres
- Positive - Good aquaplaning resistance, good wet handling, short dry braking.
- Negative - Weak lateral stability and understeer in the dry.
2017 AZ Summer Tyre Test - 10th of 10 tyres
- Positive - Good resistance to aquaplaning, acceptable handling on dry surfaces
- Negative - The longest braking distance on wet surfaces, long braking distance on dry surfaces
2017 Auto Express Summer Tyre Test - 7th of 11 tyresView All Tests >>
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Questions and Answers for the Falken ZIEX ZE914 EcoRun
2017-02-20 - Are these tyres directional please.
The Falken ZIEX ZE914 EcoRun is an asymmetric tyre
2017-10-19 - Is this the same tyre as the ZE914'A' Ecorun? There are various sellers of this tyre and there seem to be many differing descriptions, including one with SO as a suffix. What is going on with this tyre? Personally I think that the VW/AUDI group are claiming it as their own!!
ZE914A is OEM version of the tyre. No difference between ZE914 and Ecorun.
2017-10-20 - If they are the same, what accounts for their different ratings. The ecorun scores worse than the predecessor. Although the ZE914A has better economy wet grip and noise levels. Anomaly?
Mid life updates and OE requirements can change how a tyre behaves during the EU label testing, if that's the scoring you're referring to.
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Top Falken ZIEX ZE914 EcoRun Review
while driving a
BMW E39 5 series
(235/40 R18 W) on
I was so disappointed about the comfort and steering of my 5er when her 18" M alloys wore P Zero and Eagle F1. The car drove like an overloaded lorry in ruts and on flat tyres. I was about to give up 18" in favour of standard 16" but decided to give them a very last chance, with reasonably priced tyres this time. I went for Falken ZIEX 912 (now 914) and - my goodness - what a change! Where have you been whole my life? Finally the car drives like it should! Road cracks nicely damped, great handling on wet (confident ride 160km/h on autobahn in the rain), reasonably long lasting. What can you ask more? It's a 3rd pair of 912/914 I order today. For 1,5t saloon, it's a tyre worth of every penny.
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while driving a
Peugeot 208 1.2VTi
(205/50 R16) on
a combination of roads
I´m From Chile, in my country we have many irregular roads, (great highways, average roads in city, anothers whit bumps, and roads whit gravel and dirt) this tyres, are amazing in all tracks, when put on in my peugeot, the tyres NEVER lost preassure. before this tyres, i wear Michellin EcoSaver, really good, but, for the irregular roads in Chile, The Michelin tyres are damage very fast. I Recomend this Falken Ziex 914 EcoRun
Sorry my english, but it's not my native lenguaje.
Well, these Falkens were great at the begining, low noise level, the comfort, well I am using 18" inch rims and they have fortified sidewalls, but still it was not so bad, dry grip was great, but wet grip was awesome, wear is also good, but when I reach 15000miles, then it was like, sorry, this was our premium support, we are now switching to free support, thank you for your usage. Because then everything went downhill, only dry grip was still there, so do not understand how the Falken is able to do this, but driving on these tyres after that 15000mile threshold is very dangerous especially during wet, there is just almost no grip. Also I notify, that these Falkens especially for Lancer are bit heavy, 10,3kg each tyre. For price comparison it is also against Falken as size 215/45 R18 are very expensive no matter the brand. Anyway it was great experience for me. We must start somewhere, but I think it is time to move to another brand, so apologize, but I will not buy Falken again for now at least.
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while driving a
(225/45 R17 W) on
8400km on a Toyota Corolla Touring Sports 2.0 Hybrid.
Dry handling is ok, even when I squeeze the 180hp of the engine, but one definitely can find their limit before we'd like, meaning the tyres don't follow the chassis ability to handle tighter and/or faster corners.
On the wet, the limit is found too soon, it's easy to make the Traction Control kick in and I had an accident at low speed, when the brakes locked the wheels but there wasn't enough grip and the car just slided...
They're noisy tyres.
The rim protection is nice.
If I was on a tight budget I might buy this tyres but usually I'm not cheap on tyres so I'll look for better Continental, Goodyear or Michelin.
PROs: dry grip, wet grip, low rolling resistance, good road feedback for eco tyres, value
CONs: very noisy after 5000km, average treadwear, average braking performance both dry and wet, harsh ride
Before i change to ziex 914 ecorun, ive already use kumho PS31, Michelin PS3, bridgestone turanza t001 and Yokohama C Drive 2. I can conclude that this tyre still perform above my expectations. Very recommended for those who are looking a very good value and quality tyre. Only downside is braking performance and comfort.
while driving a
Opel Astra 1.4
(195/60 R15 H) on
mostly country roads
Bought 4 Falken PL15 195/60R15 88H ZIEX ZE 914 ECORUN in 2017 (50â‚¬ each). They were on Astra G 1.4 90 HP for 30 000 kms and they feel much better then previous Dunlop SP, especially on rain. Tyre wear is minimal (1 mm per year or 9000 km). 4.5 to 5.5 mm is left on tyre tread.