while driving a
Mercedes Benz EQC
(235/55 R19) on
a combination of roads
Fitted in a staggered setup, tyres are good when there’s snow and ice but perform average in slush/wet conditions. Don’t get me wrong, you won’t drive off the road when there’s rain, you just have to adjust your speed a bit more. I had the LM005 on my bmw and they are superior on wet tarmac compared. Tyres are a bit soft in corners and there is a weird resonance noise when driving at 55-65kmph in our car. Have had these for 2 winters and there’s almost no wear (car has driven about 60% on these tyres).
Nokian has never let me down, but they are not necessary the right tire for my use (as they usually come fitted by default when you buy a new car here and there’s only 2-3 weeks of snow on the road, then it’s just wet and salty).