The Hero HR668 is a Touring Summer tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Car
Tyre review data from 2 tyre reviews averaging 45% over 5,030 miles driven.
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while driving a
Honda Accord Inspire
(195/65 R14) on
a combination of roads
Got these on a car that I bought second hand...hard tire - will probably last another 40,000 kms...terrible in the wet...hard ride as well...a bit noisy. Probably a tire meant for the middle east market with their hot overall temperatures. Would not recommend any other use.
Currently have these on the front of my Vauxhall Astra Eco4. In the dry they grip fine at what most people would define as 'normal' e.g sticking to speed limits however if you do try and push the car slightly (especially around corners) they soon lose grip and make a lot of screeching noise. Wet roads, again they are fine if you drive normally however like dry conditions it does not take much to lose grip, when they do lose it the car feels like its on ice. Noise wise they are quiet, they are wearing very well and are a comfortable tyre. The irony is wouldn't have fitted these but my father had the car from me for 6 months and he chose them. They actually cost the same as the firestones I have on the back which for this car and tyre size I really rate.
So the long and short of it is if you only ever intend to strictly obey the speed limits and drive sensibly then these tyres are fine however if on occasions you do like to push it slightly then I would enquire about a better tyre.
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