Fiat Punto GT turbo Tyres

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Tyre Reviewed Dry Grip Wet Grip Feedback Handling Wear Comfort
Mabor Sport Jet 3 (7) 83% 77% 79% 81% 87% 77%
GT Radial CHAMPIRO SX2 (18) 88% 64% 81% 87% 69% 65%
Vredestein Ultrac (20) 84% 79% 72% 75% 65% 78%
Toyo T1R (288) 83% 69% 75% 75% 63% 70%
Federal SS595 SUPER STEEL (136) 70% 47% 57% 55% 69% 48%
Dayton D210 (2) 75% 55% 60% 65% 35% 45%
Kormoran Gamma B2 (18) 58% 33% 46% 41% 48% 56%

Fiat Punto GT turbo Tyre Review Highlights

Writing about the Vredestein Ultrac given 83% (195-50-15-)
Driving on mostly country roads for 10000 spirited miles
No comments left
tyre reviewed on 2022-07-06 05:07:47
Writing about the GT Radial CHAMPIRO SX2 given 71% (225-45-17-)
Driving on mostly town for 8000 spirited miles
Tyres was kidna expensive for 195/50r15 (paid 400€). Very Good Grip on dry for the first 1.5-2 years and about 4000km. Stiff sidewalls good for cornering, bit stiff for city driving with potholes.... Noise a little bit more but nothing crazy. I was expecting a lot more with this kind of treadpattern and driving orientation. Then its like you turned a switch and became mediocore after two years. Wear was fast. It caught me off guard when i checked. I hit the wear limit markers on 9000km for the fronts. Sidewalls start cracking and got sidewall bulges for no particular reason. I think they are unsafe in this kind of condition. On mild wet they were very good for some reason. it hooked like it was a winter tyre. Maybe because of the soft compound. Never went out in downpour rain though. Also i met wet roads mostly on the first year of having them
tyre reviewed on 2021-11-14 21:45:33
Writing about the Mabor Sport Jet 3 given 80% (195-50-15-)
Driving on mostly motorways for 6000 average miles
This is a very good tire for all weather which allows for some spirited driving, I crossed the Alps on a Fiat Punto Gt with them and have no complains at all regarding the grip although there are much better tires ofc, these dont let you down and you can feel confident with them on dry. Wet grip is not this tire strong, allows you to drive ok in the rain on on very wet roads but sleeps more than recommendable and the braking distances increase hugely at least on a light boosted car like mine.
tyre reviewed on 2020-07-30 23:40:36
Writing about the Toyo T1R given 80% (195-45-15-V)
Driving on a combination of roads for 25000 spirited miles
Not your usual UHP tire:
These tires cannot match the most expensive UHP competition gripwise. Steering response and feedback are average too - all due to the relatively soft sidewalls, which in turn make them really comfortable!

Wear is mediocre, but the price is reasonable.

These tires are very progressive on the limit, but you should drive conservatively in the rain. They prefer soft suspension setups on wet roads!

Excellent rim protection.

Overall, a top choice for a comfortable UHP tire on a budget! Not suitable for hard-core applications.

PS. Also running them on a Hyundai i10 1.2 (same size) with the same impressions...
tyre reviewed on 2019-01-03 03:35:45
Writing about the Kormoran Gamma B2 given 46% (225-45-17-)
Driving on a combination of roads for 6000 average miles
On wet conditions these tyres are dangerous..
tyre reviewed on 2017-01-08 15:49:47
Writing about the Dayton D210 given 84% (185-55-14-H)
Driving on a combination of roads for 50000 spirited miles
These Dayton D210 were my choice after using Premium brand high perfomance tyres, like Michelin, Bridgstone and Continental.

In truth, I've never expected much of these Dayton D210...But, I did choose them because they´re made at the Brigstone tyre Factory in Italy, and what a suprise they actually turned to be!

The tyres were (and still are) fit to a Fiat Punto GT, doing an average of 20000km/year. It´s my daily runabout car, long distance runner and also my favorite toy when the road is not a straight line - so they do have to cope with some serious amount of stress.

So, for the Dayton D210 , they are cheaper than the premium brands which is a plus, and are incredibly grippy, very progressive on the limit.

They are especialy good allround tyres, and tend to last about 25000km - on extremly demanding driving conditions. The other premium brands didn't last much more than that and the conti sport contact 2 were not as good as the Dayton on wet roads.

Fitted on to a car that's driven more calmly, the Dayton D210 can last for about 50000-60000km. I've seen better than that form Michelins and Continentals lasting 70-80000km, but those tyres were not as good as the Daytons on wet pavement (expecialy granite stone pavement).

So, these tyres are not the cheapest nor the more costly, and can deliver premium perfomance when you are expecting for a lower perfomance tyre.

It was a suprise to me, a very good one.

tyre reviewed on 2014-12-23 06:03:07
Writing about the Toyo T1R given 76% (195-45-15-)
Driving on mostly country roads for 20000 spirited miles
They wear out quickly!
tyre reviewed on 2011-01-25 04:10:56
Writing about the Federal SS595 SUPER STEEL given 29% (185-55-14-V)
Driving on a combination of roads for 10000 spirited miles
Worst tyres I ever had. Avoid them at any cost, don't get fooled by the looks of them. They don't grip at all, especially in the wet. They had a nice grip for the first 2000 miles, and they became like plastic. Utter robbish.
tyre reviewed on 2009-10-14 08:43:03
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