while driving a
Peugeot 1.4 HDi
(225/45 R17) on
a combination of roads
Never used all season tyres before so was very sceptical about a tyre for all year? that contradicts everything I was brought up to believe
How surprised was I Radar all seasons fitted to 2016 Peugeot 2lr diesel estate which travels all over registering around 24000 miles a year city and rural dry, wet, and snowy conditions, the tyre performed very well indeed, the only time they struggled was on a muddy field but even 4x4s got stuck that day. handling in the dry was excellent and also in the wet very good grip.
Overall I would have to give these tyres a solid 8 out of 10 but the are good value for money and a well a engineered product that only let itself down on mud, you cant have a perfect tyre no one makes one.
when choosing a tyre forget the fuel reading on their labels go for a tyre with C grip then you know your getting the correct tyre, those who say' A ' for grip well theres a question of how they measure it, like I said nothings that perfect.