Yokohama BluEarth Winter V906

The Yokohama BluEarth Winter V906 is a Premium Touring Winter tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Cars.

This tyre replaced the Yokohama BluEarth Winter V905.

Dry Grip 80%
Wet Grip 80%
Road Feedback 60%
Handling 70%
Wear 60%
Comfort 40%
Buy again 70%
Snow Grip 70%
Ice Grip 70%

Tyre review data from 1 tyre reviews averaging 67% over 2,000 miles driven.

The BluEarth Winter V906 is unranked of 62 Winter Premium Touring tyres.

Latest Tyre Test Results

2023 Winter Tyre Test 54 Set Braking Test - 26th of 54 tyres

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2023 ADAC 17 inch Winter Tyre Test - 13th of 15 tyres

  • Positive - Safe properties on wet roads, low fuel consumption.
  • Negative - Weaknesses in precision and slight weaknesses in behavior at the limit on dry roads, weaknesses on winter roads, second lowest predicted mileage in the test, slightly increased abrasion, higher tire weight.
  • Overall - The YOKOHAMA BluEarth*WINTER V906 tyre has notable weaknesses on dry roads, including imprecise steering feedback and a tendency to oversteer during sudden maneuvers. Its braking distance, however, is rated as good. On wet roads, the tyre performs well in braking and handling but falls short in aquaplaning with a below-average rating. Its performance on winter roads is satisfactory; it does well in snow braking but struggles with traction, ice braking, and snow handling. Handling is imprecise, and the tyre tends to understeer or oversteer early, offering limited reserves. Environmentally, the tyre receives a good grade, but its predicted mileage and wear are only satisfactory.
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2022 ADAC SUV Winter Tyre Test - 215/60 R16 - 4th of 17 tyres

  • Positive - Good on dry roads, low fuel consumption.
  • Negative - Weaknesses on wet roads and snow (devaluation.)
  • Overall - The YOKOHAMA BluEarth*Winter V906 is precise in the dry and also has low fuel consumption. In the wet and on snow-covered roads, it performs slightly below average in relation to the test field, which is why it is rated as just satisfactory. Overall, the YOKOHAMA received the rating "recommended".
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2023 Tyre Tests

  • 13th: 2023 ADAC 17 inch Winter Tyre Test (225/45 R17)
  • 26th: 2023 Winter Tyre Test 54 Set Braking Test (225/45 R18)
  • 2022 Tyre Tests

  • 4th: 2022 ADAC SUV Winter Tyre Test - 215/60 R16 (215/60 R16)
  • 30th: 2022 Winter Tyre Market Overview (215/55 R17)
  • 2021 Tyre Tests

  • 11th: 2021 ADAC 15 Inch Winter Tyre Test (195/65 R15)
  • 14th: 2021 Auto Bild Winter Tyre Test (205/55 R16)
  • 17th: 2021 Winter Tyre Market Overview (205/55 R16)
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    Questions and Answers for the Yokohama BluEarth Winter V906

    2022-10-11 - Hi I am looking for a set of winters but am a bit hesitant about the Yokohama v906 as they are mid range and I am more used to premium. However prices of premium are high and I was wondering what these are like.

    All the data I have access to is available on this page. They performed well in this year ADAC winter tyre test.

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    Latest Yokohama BluEarth Winter V906 Reviews

    Given 67% while driving a Lexus Rx450h (235/55 R20) on mostly town for 2,000 average miles
    Put these on in UK winter 2022/2023 as there was no other option and I was sceptical at first. However on our wintery roads and cold mornings I found these to do the job in suburban UK. For going to work, to the station, the school run and sitting in traffic, I have no problem. I did notice a massive improvement on these wintery mornings over my summer tyres (Bridgestone Duellers) which when on summer tyres my 2.5 tonne SUV did slide and lose grip in the same conditions. A lot of people do go for Crossclimate 2s but I prefer to have dedicated summer and winters on the car and yeah the Yokos do the job. I've not put them through a tough wintery challenge but I think part of the issues people have is down to how they drive. IMHO most people haven't got a clue how to drive in the winter. Would I but these again? If I had to then yes but I would have preferred more choice. Ultimately, they are better than summers or all seasons on the car and I want to be able to get around in the winter.
    Helpful 13 - tyre reviewed on April 2, 2023