Hyundai Tucson Tyres
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Hyundai Tucson Tyre Review Highlights
As a touring tire on my daily small SUV, these handled fine, didn't offend with NVH, and gripped well enough in dry and wet that I don't have any complaints. I live in Alberta, Canada, and run a set of dedicated winter tires from October to April. These were not as comfortable as the OE-fitted tires, and didn't last nearly as long, which is my chief complaint. The wear on these was terrible! I've got 37k miles out of them, and could squeak a couple more, but they're done. They were rotated faithfully, but just couldn't hold up. Over the same period of time plus a couple seasons I put 50k miles on a set of Michelin WINTER tires, which, honestly, I'd trust more to run closer to the wear bars. I'll be looking for a much cheaper tire to finish off the life of this vehicle, and will go all the way to a premium brand for summer tires on the next vehicle.
Writing about the General Altimax RT43
Driving on mostly motorways
for 30000 easy going
The noisiest tires I ever had and the bouncyness is really annoying.
Two of the tires have developped a 'whomp-whomp' sound over the 3 years of ownership.
I would not buy again, this model or this brand.
Very expensive in Portugal, 230 € / 198 £.
Lasted 26000 Km / 16000 Miles (front tyres).
The ruber after a few months started peeling off.
Comfort and noise was my priority, these are pretty good. Quite ,& rather smooth over rough/course tar roads Im more than happy with them.
Very good in the dry, good in the wet , a smooth ride , but have to say only 14000 miles on a set on the front hardly seems value to me, also I believe these only come with 7 mm tread on them compared to 8 mm on most other brands. I still have the same original tyres on the rear of car and now the second set on the front are due to be replaced...I would love to know what tyres others have found that work better or last longer,
Writing about the Dynamo STREET H MU02
Driving on mostly motorways
for 1000 spirited
Absolutely delighted with these tyres. They came highly recommended by my mechanic who had them on his own vehicle. Fantastic wet grip in the rain. Not the cheapest but worth more than the price. Nice and quiet too.
Smooth ride with tyre, mid noisy, stable and very comfortable, low fuel consumption, money worth, not planing to buy premium tyre in future, go sailun...
Great tyres, premium tyres should lower the money value to their tyres (5 to 6 times exspensive) than this tyres. Great job Sailun, keep the good work...
Tires grip excellent in dry and wet, however the noise at high speed is a little bit loud.
I've driven with these tires around 40k km and now the tread depth is 1,5 millimetres.
Writing about the Rotalla F105
Driving on mostly country roads
for 1000 average
I have only had these rotalla tyres for about a month they are superb hold the road wet or dry they corner well and anchor up well they are on the front of my Hyundai Tuscon 17 plate.
Cant fault them, I was slightly concerned about fitting them but my friend has done over 9,000 miles on a set and is very happy.
All these reviews that slate Rotalla tyres perhaps need to take their drving tests again.!!!
These are the first winter tyres mounted on my car so I can't compare them to any other winter tyres, but compared to Continental Premium Contact 6 summer tyres, these are softer and quite loud.
Grip in the dry is very good. They also handle very well on unpaved roads.
In wet weather they sometimes tend to slip, especially when it's cold outside.
So far, I didn't have the opportunity to test them in snow or icy conditions.
All in all, these are good tyres, but they are not as premium as their price suggests.
Writing about the Constancy LY688
Driving on mostly town
for 40000 average
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