The Giti GitiComfort is a Touring Summer tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Cars.
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while driving a
(215/65 R17) on
a combination of roads
I was pleasantly surprised with these Giti COMFORT XA1's. I had used the Michelin CrossClimate 2's before which is an amazing tyre, but they don't do them in 215/65/17. So we opted for the Manufacturers listed Tyre ( our car is a US VW Tiguan SE 4-Motion 2.0 TSI).
Without bedding them in we drove up a mountain in torrential rain. The roads were so steep hairpins/switchbacks that on the way back down the Hill Decent Control kicked it.
Then we jumped on a highway for 150 miles in serious hard driving rain. I was impressed.
Now bedded in, they're great in the dry and the humid heat of Arkansas, the biggest issue here really is potholes.
For WInter I would happily buy a set of steel rims and stick cross climate 2's on, but at the moment these things are much better than I would have imagined. I would certainly buy them again
while driving a
Peugeot 1.4 HDi
(175/65 R14 H) on
had equip (replace Hankook H308) these new Tyre to my small car(Proton Iriz) to try on as it is still new for malaysia market, 1st impression is the road noise reduce drastically compare to hankook tyre and the handling also improving. Try it for few hundrad miles and may notice that it also capable to handle some small uneven road bounce with confident. Turning Quit accurate but not as good as Bridgestone EP300
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