Toyo 350

The Toyo 350 is a Touring Summer tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Cars.

Dry Grip 78%
Wet Grip 65%
Road Feedback 75%
Handling 73%
Wear 87%
Comfort 78%
Buy again 86%

Tyre review data from 6 tyre reviews averaging 77% over 32,300 miles driven.

The 350 is ranked 33rd of 223 Summer Touring tyres.

Latest Tyre Test Results

2011 Long Term Subjective Touring Shootout - 2nd of 4 tyres

  • Positive - What the Toyo 350 lacks in comfort, it makes up for with excellent steering response and feel. A great tyre in both the wet and dry this is the tyre we'd pick for a fun B-Road blast. Wore slightly better than the Conti too.
  • Negative - The Toyo is mostly let down by it's comfort and noise.
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2011 Tyre Tests

  • 2nd: 2011 Long Term Subjective Touring Shootout (165/65 R13)
  • Size Fuel Wet Noise Weight
    155/65 R13 73T   F E 69  
    165/65 R13 77T   F E 69  
    175/65 R13 80T   F E 69  
    155/70 R13 75T   F E 69  
    165/70 R13 79T   F E 69  
    175/70 R13 82T   F E 69  
    185/70 R13 86T   F E 71  
    145/80 R13 75T   F E 69  
    155/80 R13 79T   F E 69  
    165/80 R13 87R   F E 71  
    165/80 R13 79T   F E 69  
    165/60 R14 75T   F E 70  
    155/65 R14 75T   F E 69  
    165/65 R14 79T   F E 69  
    175/65 R14 86T   F E 71  
    175/65 R14 82T   F E 69  
    185/65 R14 86T   F E 71  
    195/65 R14 89T   F E 71  
    165/70 R14 85T   F E 71  
    175/70 R14 88T   F E 71  
    175/70 R14 84T   F E 69  
    185/70 R14 88T   F E 71  
    195/70 R14 91T   F E 71  
    175/80 R14 88T   F E 69  
    165/65 R15 81T   F E 69  
    175/65 R15 84T   F E 69  
    185/65 R15 92T   F E 71  
    185/65 R15 88T   F E 71  
    195/65 R15 91T   F E 71  
    195/65 R15 95T   F E 72  

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    Size Price Range  
    155/65 R14 £63.42 - £63.42 (1 Prices) Compare Prices >>
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    Top 3 Toyo 350 Reviews

    Given 48% while driving a MG Midget Mk3 (155/80 R13 T) on mostly country roads for 3,000 spirited miles
    theses are not bad tyres but just not suited to a small 1960/70s British sportscar like the MG Midget I have

    I've had different models of Toyo tyres over many years so I know they can be very good as a make

    the 350 seems to me to have a very upright sidewall which gives a harder ride in a small lightweight (very lightweight by modern standards) sportscar, I had to reduce the running tyre pressure (from the previous tyres) to prevent the ride being too hard

    the handling in the dry is that they allow plenty of side movement but a bit too much too soon for my liking and take up too much of the roads when driving in a spirited manor - in the wet they're not as good as in the dry

    they do have a progressive feel to them and do communicate what they're doing but their limits are far too easily reached for spirited driving of a lightweight sportscar

    braking in the dry I've found to be good and progressive but I've not tried the heavy braking in the wet, I suspect they'd come good in the end but give you a worry before getting there

    on another vehicle these could perhaps be more than reasonable tyres but I repeat again not on a small lightweight 1960/70s British sportscar like the MG Midget
    Helpful 8 - tyre reviewed on June 25, 2013
    Given 75% while driving a Ford Laser KH2 1994 1.8L Manual (225/45 R17) on a combination of roads for 1,000 spirited miles
    The first thing I noticed when I got these tyres, was how much lighter the steering was.

    My previous tyres were Diamondbacks, typical $49 bargain bin junk, I drove the car 500KM before putting them on the rear and getting new tyres for the front.

    The vehicle I drive is a 1994 Ford Laser.

    Grip: Dry grip is much better, with the diamondbacks in first gear there was more torque steer, and more likelyhood of getting wheelspin.
    With the Toyo's it's definitely more of a challenge to get the wheels to spin.

    Progressiveness: I haven't used them long enough to judge, I have experienced understeer, but only in full throttle while cornering situations.

    Wet grip: In the wet they are brilliant, after changing from the diamondbacks I was convinced my car was down on power, but it just feels slower due to the better ride and increased grip.

    Buy again: I'm not sure if I would, only because I'm yet to try other brands, I like the tyre, and I probably would choose it again, but curiosity means I'll try a different brand next time.

    Road noise seems very low at 100-110KM/H.
    Helpful 5 - tyre reviewed on July 12, 2012
    Given 84% while driving a Ford Mondeo (185/65 R14 T) on a combination of roads for 300 average miles
    Bought these to replace Pirelli P3000s, noticed a distinct improvement in grip - especially in the wet. Overall very happy with these - good performance at a budget price. I'll certainly be buying Toyos in future.
    Helpful 4 - tyre reviewed on November 7, 2009
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    Given 83% while driving a Honda Civic (175/65 R14 T) on mostly motorways for 9,000 average miles
    I'd definitely buy these again. At 90 a pair fitted they are excellent value. Like most people on a commute I don't drive like an idiot but I've never had any scary moments in wet or dry. They're quiet on the motorway but the best feature for me is the wear rate. I've covered about 9k so far with these on the front of a civic 1.4 and they're still showing 6.5mm. Can't fault them.
    Helpful 4 - tyre reviewed on January 14, 2011
    Given 94% while driving a Toyota Yaris (225/45 R17) on mostly country roads for 10,000 average miles
    Excellent mid range tyre. I've had it a year and think I will get a couple more years out of them perhaps 30k miles.
    Helpful 4 - tyre reviewed on December 11, 2010
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