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11 of the best car tyres for 2018

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Subscribe to Tyre Reviews! http://bit.ly/2p6kKXq Here are 11 of the best car tyres for 2018. With summer just around the corner, now is a great time to plan what summer tyres you'll be fitting in 2018. There have been plenty of new summer tyres in the last 12 months, so I take a look at what I consider to be 11 of the very best ultra high performance and touring tyres on the market. Top 5 ultra high performance tyres 01:40 - Michelin Pilot Sport 4 S 03:45 - Continental Sport Contact 6 05:38 - Falken Azenis FK510 07:10 - Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 3 07:10 - Uniroyal Rainsport 3 Top 6 premium touring summer tyres 09:16 - Continental Premium Contact 5 10:12 - Hankook Ventus Prime 3 K125 11:30 - Firestone Roadhawk 11:30 - Bridgestone Turanza T005 13:10 - Falken Ziex 310 Ecorun 13:10 - Michelin Primacy 4 --- Further information on the tyres talked about in this video can be found on the Tyre Reviews website http://www.tyrereviews.co.uk --- Music - Lakey Inspired - 4 hours in pheonix https://soundcloud.com/lakeyinspired/4-hours-in-phoenix --- Instagram - http://instagram.com/Tyre_Reviews Facebook - http://facebook.com/TyreReviews
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Text Comments (1809)
John Sluder (12 hours ago)
I almost bought the Continental then I chose the Pirelli P7 Cintarato. I love German and Italian and French tires. ✝️✝️✝️❤️❤️❤️
Michael Brasco (16 hours ago)
Hello I’m driving a Q50 S Red-Sport 2017. I’m very unhappy about the stiffness and hard ride with Dunlop Sport 5000 RUNFLATS. Would you recommend Non run flat Michelin 4S or smother ride. Or go with Michelin 4S Run flat. I’m wondering if all Run flat tires are hard ride or Michelin is a better run flat. Thank you
Burgle King (1 day ago)
running rainsport 3 on my clc merc and they do feel a bit off changing lanes at high speed on the motorway. but going straight they´re perfectly fine. on b roads I dont drive fast in my merc anyway. its my cruiser. in the wet I feel very safe which is the most important to me. will buy again once worn.
Lawrence (1 day ago)
Just come back to this video to say I recently put the Hankook K125's on my MK3 MR2 and they are brilliant 👌 can't fault them at all.
Wild lupo (2 days ago)
Hey Jonathan! 1) Are you planning to have a similar review for 2019? Because PC6 and PS4 have been added as an option to the premium touring category. 2) Since the tire weight plays an important role on vehicle dynamics, it would be interesting if you could include the weight of each tyre in your reviews. I’m guessing that the use of a simple digital scale would be sufficient for that purpose. 3) In a future review can you investigate the impact (if any) of a different speed index on the performance of the same tyre? I mean can you test the behavior of the same e.g. 225/45R17 summer tyre with speed indices V, W and Y, on aspects such as the warm-up time, comfort, braking and handling. Cheers.
Nathan James (2 days ago)
I like the look of the falken fk510 seems good value
gruppenfuhrer (2 days ago)
read lots into tyres now have a corsa 1.2 84 bhp limited edition on 215/45/17, some will say no need for premium tyres on 84 bhp , but i prefer premium tyre , pilot 4 , primacy 4 or eagle f1 or should i go for avon / yokohama ? and save about £25/£30 per corner, all A wet grip
TollieBude (4 days ago)
Thinking of getting the Michelin Primacy 4 worth extra 10 a tyre over my current Goodyear efficient grip? 205 55 16
TollieBude (2 days ago)
+Tyre Reviews cheers picked a pair up this am
Tyre Reviews (2 days ago)
The Primacy 4 is the newer tyre, at just £10 over I'd be trying that
DziadekMroz6666 (4 days ago)
This video probably saved some lifes.
Tyre Reviews (2 days ago)
I hope so :)
mitchell kirkpatrick (6 days ago)
I had the firestone roadhawks. One of the worst tyres I have ever used. As soon as there was any kind of wet condition my wheels would always spin. After that I went back to my usual Toyo proxes sport t1. I don't know how they aren't here I love them so much grip and control only sacrifice is the fuel economy and the noise, then again I'd rather be safe than have an extra £5 in my pocket.
Robin Marples (6 days ago)
I ve got a megane 3 rs in 18'. Is the 4s will be able in this size sometime? Not gonna buy more rims in 19' just for that. Thank s
Benoit Bourdaire (9 days ago)
How is the noise level on the PS4? I have the PS3, they are good but very noisy. My Winter Alpin 5 tyres are a lot quieter
Tyre Reviews (5 days ago)
Not really
Benoit Bourdaire (5 days ago)
+Tyre Reviews PS4 S any better?
Tyre Reviews (5 days ago)
Not great looking at user reviews, noise is their main weakness
George Morley (9 days ago)
Michelins wear out fast. They’re good while they last.
George Morley (5 days ago)
Tyre Reviews What can I say? My pilot sports were worn unevenly on a properly tracked car and primarily the wear was on the fronts within 10k on rear wheel drive car. The rears just wore down evenly but not quite as fast as the fronts. They were very close but not totally knackered. If the uniroyals I just put on do the same or worse, I’ll know it’s me. Other people have not said nice things about how fast Michelins wear either so anecdotally I am sceptical.
Tyre Reviews (5 days ago)
Generally Michelin are known as the best wearing tyres!
Toucan Sam (11 days ago)
How much did you get paid by these companies?
Tyre Reviews (5 days ago)
Just For fun (11 days ago)
What do u think about taurus high performance tires?
Tyre Reviews (5 days ago)
I've not tested any personally, sorry
Best tires in world, the tire made in japan as toyo dunlop yokohma bridgstone, and in france as some goodyear and michlan
marNL1970 (14 days ago)
I choosed the Turanza T005 size 205/55R16 Extra Load for my Impreza 2.0R (160hp). After 5000km's I have to say they are unfortunately not my cup of tea. The balloon shaped sidewalls are soft providing a comfortable but wobbely drive, even going straight. Like driving on pillows. I am currently driving with Hankook Icept RS2 winter tyres and although being a wintertyre, they feel way more stable. And also less comfortable but I do not care much about that; that is still acceptable. In spring, when running the Turanza T005's again I will experiment with the tyre pressure. And if not satisfying enough…..what would be a choice more suitable for my taste in a 205/55R16 size for my Impreza? Hankook S1 EVO, or S1EVO2?? Pilot Sport 4?? (still available in this size??)
marNL1970 (13 days ago)
Thanks for your response. I will experiment with the tyre pressure when the T005's are mounted again. If not satisfying I will go for a more sporty tyre. The PS4 is certainly on the list. As I have also a sweet spot for Hankook: any experience with Hankook's S1 EVO and EVO2 in conrast to the T005 and PS4?? The EVO3 will also be available soon but as far as I know now, not available in 16". Not much of a choice nowadays for a more sporty tyre in 205/55R16 :-(
Tyre Reviews (14 days ago)
Have you tried a few extra PSI in the Bridgestones? That can sometimes help. The PS4 is thought of as one of the most sporty 16" tyres, outside of track specific tyres.
Piotr (15 days ago)
I got 235/45/ R17. I considered to buy Good Year F1 Asymmetric 3 . what is your recommendation between 94Y or 97Y XL for Passat B7 estate 2.0 tdi
Piotr (14 days ago)
I ment load index. Reinforced(XL) or normal tyre
Tyre Reviews (14 days ago)
I'm not sure what the OE load rating is, you need to at least match that
Scott Thomas (15 days ago)
Any Opinion on the Toyo R1-R??
Tyre Reviews (14 days ago)
Not tried it yet, and I think it's out of production now?
Anthony Scolaro (17 days ago)
Just found your channel, great information and to the point. is there a reason you have nor covered the Hankook Ventus R-S4? I do auto x and HPDE in a k swapped CRZ and am interested in them due to wear.
Anthony Scolaro (17 days ago)
thanks for the promp response, be great to see some coverage of them
Tyre Reviews (17 days ago)
We don't get them in the UK! I'm hoping to do more track day stuff this year so maybe I'll get a set imported.
Paulo Calisto (20 days ago)
Good afternoon, excellent video. I have a Mercedes Class-B 180 sport with 18 wheel rim and I would like to know which tire advises me. I often walk with a child in the car. I make several types of road, both on the highway and in the city. The tires there were a Hankook 225/40/18. What do you advise me?
Paulo Calisto (19 days ago)
I am think in the Micelhin pilot sport 4. Is a good choice?
Tyre Reviews (19 days ago)
Any of the tyres in the first part of the video for ultimate braking safety
Mr Mysterious (22 days ago)
This tosser forgot to mention one of the best summer tyres on the market which is the Yokohama advan v105. It has more wet grip than the Michelin 4S. Better steering response and the ultimate dry grip is just as good. Check out tire racks review. This tyre is nearly 5 years old and is still the best out there.
Tyre Reviews (21 days ago)
Thanks for the kind words. I didn't forget anything. 13th of 16. Great performance... http://www.tyrereviews.co.uk/Article/2018-Test-World-Summer-Tyre-Test.htm
Muhanned Al Anwer (23 days ago)
what your opinion on Dunlop sport max 050+?
Tyre Reviews (21 days ago)
We don't get it in the UK
halltrash88 fitz (25 days ago)
good year is the only american tire company in the world dont buy rat made tires
SlickDawg (27 days ago)
This guy “ hopefully it’ll be a hot one” nigga did u survive to 2019 I did barely
Athanasios Mylonas (29 days ago)
Pirelli Is the best tyre for this category!!
Roberto Mezquia Jr (30 days ago)
Just ordered 255/35/20 Azenis FK510 to replace the stock 245/30/20 Sport Contact 6 on my Type R... Reviews seem great and I'm looking forward to better tread wear and less road noise!!
Tyre Reviews (28 days ago)
Let me know how you find them!
Simeon Petkov (30 days ago)
Can you make a review on some more budget oriented tyres like Nankang NS2 and some Zestino semi slicks. The Zestino ones are getting quite popular. Very, very cheap and outperforming 2x more expensive tyres.
Dominik Mugerli (30 days ago)
Hey Tyre Reviews! Great review, well done. What about tyre weight? How much this affect to car performance with all the unsprung mass? How much are actually the differences in mass between different manufactors? What about XL (higher load) tyres on road sporty cars? They are heavier, but have stiffer side walls... Would like to see review about it. Thanks! And once again, great job!
Tyre Reviews (28 days ago)
I'll put it on the list :)
William Gilpin (30 days ago)
Don't know how to spell tires
Tyre Reviews (28 days ago)
You don't? It's tyres
Teddy Burr (1 month ago)
The cheapest Michelin Primacy 4 tyres I could find ANYWHERE in the UK is £204.50 for TWO tyres, fitted price. No way I could find them at £80.????
Tyre Reviews (28 days ago)
You might have been looking at different sizes...
Nighthawk745 (1 month ago)
What about the Bridgestone s001? What road tire would you recommend for pure steering feel and feedback?
Tyre Reviews (28 days ago)
It used to be the S001 but I feel like that's got soft on the sidewalls with recent updates too. Michelin Pilot SuperSport is still my fav
Designer- Garb (1 month ago)
very good review, I dropped the Michelin 235/35/19 for the Falken 510 due to price and 1 year later still have lots of tread left (not sure of mileage) had a puncture at low speed (in traffic) and never noticed until i got home (3 miles) the nail was square in the middle so thought i could have it repaired, took it off and it was shredded in 3 places due to still driving on it when flat, but will be buying more falkens when these run out.
Designer- Garb (1 month ago)
+Tyre Reviews I honestly can't remember, I went through 2 sets of Michelin's, I am sure they were over £200 a corner and the Falkens were about £400 cheaper for a whole set, it was the tyre place that recommended them and I drive like a bit of a loony so my tyres do go through the paces. and i will deffo buy more, i think they are a good alternative to Michelins.
Tyre Reviews (1 month ago)
Glad you like them :) Which michelin did you swap from?
Randy Savage (1 month ago)
1:45 where the video actually starts
I'm trying to buy new tires for my 87' 911 but with the original 15inch wheel it's just a pain in the a** to do ! I've manage to find 3 tires in the "ok" sizes. Which on would to recommand for a sporty drive ? The Falken ZIEX ZE914, the Vredestein Sportrac5 or the Uniroyal Rain expert 3 Thanks
Tyre Reviews (1 month ago)
Difficult one! I might aim for the Vreds as they generally have quite stiff sidewalls. Definitely avoid the Uniroyals for sporty driving
kermitefrog64 (1 month ago)
I wonder if this is also applicable to the United States? It probably is the same tire but it's good to know that.
Tyre Reviews (1 month ago)
They're called all weather in the US, some patterns are for sale, like the Michelin
Bustin Kappus (1 month ago)
Enjoy the videos here in the US. I recently bought a 2016 mustang gt. I believe it has the original p zero summer tires. They still have a bit of tread, but have some cracking from dry rot? Kind of interesting since they wouldn’t be that old. I live in NC which isn’t to bad for the winter season. Are Michelin the best?
Tyre Reviews (1 month ago)
In summer tyres, yes :)
AM4N18 (1 month ago)
Will we get a 2019 version of this video?
AM4N18 (1 month ago)
+Tyre Reviews Thanks for the reply and your opinion on them. Totally understand that not all tyres can be included, just couldn't find anything on YT or compared against the other big names! I ended up going with them but am not hugely impressed with them. On my E92, I previously had Conti Sport 5P but these Pzeros seem to give a very different ride. Best way I can describe it is that they are picking up too much detail of the road surface so car is shaking a lot more where the 5Ps smoothed out the road more. My experience so far anyway. 5Ps were a previous gen tyre which is why I thought I'd try something different. Look forward to the video dropping, might need to look at something else if it annoys me too much.
Tyre Reviews (1 month ago)
+AM4N18 Pirelli make some great tyres, but they're not quite as good as the other premiums listed in the video, and are around the same price or more expensive. The video can only be a certain length which was why they were omitted. They're good tyres, just not the best for the money in my opinion.
AM4N18 (1 month ago)
+Tyre Reviews Excellent I look forward to it! Just as an aside, how do you rate the Pirelli PZeros? I have tried to find some videos on them but to no avail. Notice they weren't in your list last year. Do they compare to the michelins, dunlops, continentals, Goodyear etc. UHP tyres?
Tyre Reviews (1 month ago)
You 1000% will, around the same time in March :)
EVOLUTION (1 month ago)
RS4 tyres....They dont run very wide. Id advise 1 size up on width. I had RS3 in same width but the RS4 is exposing my rim edge i bought 265 35 18 but I wish I bought 275 35 18. My rims are 9.5" width. I have the newest model RS4. Not good enough Hankook.
Whitefang8128 (1 month ago)
Hopefully it'll be a hot one...
DJ Jeff Fernando (1 month ago)
Any recommendations for long mileage 215/55/16 all season tyres? Thanks
Tyre Reviews (1 month ago)
Michelin CrossClimate
JR Lorenzo (1 month ago)
Those are ur fav tires sir. . Dats it
Błażej Penczek (1 month ago)
Hi Guys I have to buy news tyres to my car (Toyota Auris touring sport, 2.0 D4D diesel, 124hp). I do about 2800km/month, driving with vmax not higher than 150km/h (mostly in range 50-90km/h). I AM looking for tyres which will have the smallest rolling resistance, but the only I found for my size (225/45 R17) are the Pirelli Cinturato Blue, which don't have all positive feedbacks. Could you recommend me something?
Błażej Penczek (1 month ago)
+Tyre Reviews due to the label Pirelli P7 Cinturato Blue 91Y have A class in rolling resistance and wet grip.
Tyre Reviews (1 month ago)
Very low rolling resistance tyres often lack wet grip. Maybe check out the Michelin Primacy 4, Continental PremiumContact 5/6 or the Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 3
Paolo Campagnaro (1 month ago)
Tyre Reviews (1 month ago)
Thank you :)
stn ms (1 month ago)
Every day is arm day
stn ms (1 month ago)
+Tyre Reviews Thank You, Sir. You convinced me to go for the Turanza's for my Civic. Keep up the good reviews and workouts! Happy holidays
Tyre Reviews (1 month ago)
Thanks I think they're all saints ;)
stn ms (1 month ago)
+Tyre Reviews Good genes 😉
Tyre Reviews (1 month ago)
Weirdly it's my least trained muscle group :(
Jim Nesta (1 month ago)
What is your opinion of the Bridgestone Potenza S007, a tire that I have on my 370Z.
Tyre Reviews (1 month ago)
I've never driven on it or seen it in tests. Bridgestone are usually great in the dry but a little weak in the wet
Chris James (1 month ago)
Pirelli Scorpion on our Colorado are great and Achillies on my commodore ute I was amazed to get 3 years and drove the car hard unbelievable mileage 19 inch and cheap $110 new I paid and what a great tyre , I now have Achillies on my VE commodore as well and they are going great very happy .
shaun muppet finder (1 month ago)
just your opinion
guywith a sti (1 month ago)
Hi tyre reviews I wonder if you have any experience with Pirelli p zero, if so what do you think of them. I'm considering them for my next summer tyre as I've not been totally convinced by the Dunlop that came as standard on the sti and I don't really want to stretch to the price of pilot 4s. Thanks in advance.
guywith a sti (1 month ago)
+Tyre Reviews will do thank you. It's a real shame you don't get the chance to test a tyre before buying. That's why it's great to have people like you to help us decide.
Tyre Reviews (1 month ago)
Good tyres, just not as good as the ones in this video. Check out the test data on the tyre reviews website
TheMrGenkos (1 month ago)
which do you prefer between Michelin Pilot Sport4 and Continental PremiumContact 6?
TheMrGenkos (1 month ago)
+Tyre Reviews Thank you for the help! Today I've chose the Continental and save 100€ to invest in other upgrades ...
Tyre Reviews (1 month ago)
Very similar tyres, if it was my own money I'd probably go michelin as they last a little longer, but both are excellent choices.
Moe Rafzal Mayyazhi (1 month ago)
@Tyre Reviews- I love your videos. Could you please make a video on Run flat vs Non Run flat, why they are superior or inferior to each other. I drive a run flat on Mercedes stock tire Pirelli Zero. They are expensive and horrible ride quality but great performance.
Tyre Reviews (1 month ago)
I'm working on a runflat video :) Check out the Bridgestone Driveguard
AM4N18 (2 months ago)
Nice video. Nothing from Pirelli? How do you find the Pzero? Would be good to see those testes against some of the others on your channel
gary63693 (2 months ago)
I cannot find a decent tyre! I had dunlop blu response for grip years back then went to conti sports premium contact 6 and they feel like jelly when i go around corners on the back end. What makes it go like jelly? I want a stiff tyre that isn't like jelly and excellent in the wet. I am not worried about the price or the wear. Please help me
gary63693 (1 month ago)
+Tyre Reviews Found it and i had in like 42 psi instead of 32 psi
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
+gary63693 Yep, or the handbook, or owners forums :)
gary63693 (2 months ago)
Just googled it, it is on the plate inside the door?
gary63693 (2 months ago)
+Tyre Reviews Quick question, where do you find out this stock pressure?
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
+gary63693 No, find out whatever the stock pressure is for your car, and add 2 psi :)
Hugo Sousa (2 months ago)
Whats your advice for summer touring lexus ct200h 215/45/17. I look for comfort, noise level , fuel consumption etc...
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 3
Fabio Furini (2 months ago)
What do you think about Dunlop sport maxx, Pirelli Pzero nero and Hankook venous v12 evo?
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
Fabio Furini (2 months ago)
+Tyre Reviews I have 205 45 17
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
Why not any of the tyres in this video? They're all better than the ones you've listed
Johnathan Giles (2 months ago)
thoughts on the Nitto NT555 G2? a lot of people i noticed are running them. Was wondering what your thoughts were on them?
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
Reviews are ok http://www.tyrereviews.co.uk/Tyre/Nitto/NT555.htm
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
Sadly we don't get Nitto in the UK so I've no personal experience
lucas Von Heiz (2 months ago)
Why not dunlop sp sport maxx rt2 ? I think it's thé Best tyre i've tested
lucas Von Heiz (2 months ago)
+Tyre Reviews my bad.
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
It's a great tyre, just not quite as good as the Asymmetric 3 brother which was included
asyraf najeri (2 months ago)
Hello bro how about Giti & Apollo tyre ,,, r they good ?
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
Average at the moment, two quickly improving brands though
Bryson Bartell (2 months ago)
Test out the Falken Ziex 950 A/S
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
I'll try!
mrbbs (2 months ago)
Hi, I'm currently running Michelin PS4 in 235/45 R17 however the sidewall is a bit to high. I would now try 235/40 R17 but there aren't many options out there. You have Conti SC5, Azenis FK453 or the Hankook Ventus V12 Evo 2 K120. This is for the rear of the car. It may have a bit of "oversteer". For the front I'm currently running Michelin PSS 215/45 R17 (for S2000). A problem for my next set will arise as they don't produce PSS anymore in that size, and the PS4S is only available in the US.
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
Just remember tyre size changes are classed as modifications so you need to let your insurance company know in the uk.
SM (2 months ago)
I used Michelin Primacy 3 (225/50 17') for 63,250kms. Never faced single puncture and tyre never disappointed even in scorching heat of Saudi Arabia. When tyres were changed after 5 years, they still had good tread left in them. Although I changed them due to the age, not thread. Definitely I will recommend Michelin. Hopefully Primacy 4 will do better than its predecessor.
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
Michelin are usually great with wear, glad you found them useful :)
nib95 (2 months ago)
I use the Pilot Sport 4 S on my Jaguar XF-S and whilst they handle fantastic, recently I had a huge sidewall bulge on one of them and had to get it replaced. They're less than a year old, so I was quite disappointed as this isn't an issue I've ever had with any other tire I've owned and I didn't hit any potholes any harder or outside the norm for British roads. I hope they're not less durable than other tires in terms of impact resistance, since potholes are synonymous with British driving.
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
I would say you just got unlucky, I've not heard any reports of the 4S being more easily damaged than any other tyre
Paul Butcher (2 months ago)
What is the best tyres for my car 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 3.0TD E350 CDI Avantgarde 3.0CDI (265bhp) Blue F Estate 5d auto Pirelli Cinturato P7 Blue Size: 245/45 R17 Y (99 XL) A A or michelin sport 4 tyres or is there a better tyres for it Regardless of cost thanks
todd krager (2 months ago)
What in the fuck is a tyre?
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
The English (correct) spelling of a tire
Robert M. (2 months ago)
Hi. I'm looking to replace my used summer tyres and I need some advice : what do you recommend me for a Vw Passat 4motion TDI? I'm driving fast and sporty because I live in Germany ;) And as you know, in Germany it is no speed limit on Autobahn (Motorway). So...I'm looking for some 225/45/17 summer tyres suitable to drive fast also on wet conditions because it rains quite often on the west side of the country, where I live. I'm balancing between Continental SportContact, GoodYear Eagle F1 and let's say as a reserve, Dunlop, Pirelli or Yokohama. Due to personal considerations...Michelin it is out of the question. Many thanks for your very professional videos.
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
Conti or Goodyear are great. Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 5 has just been announced so worth looking into
according to what?
Bobi Minkov (2 months ago)
Hi there. I was running Uniroyal's 205 55 16 this summer and they did wear quite alot. It's true what you said, they are soft and not that sporty. Im looking at GoodYear effgrip performance or Dunlop SP Sport Maxx for the same size. What other brands/tires would u reccoment for me? Thanks :) .p.s. My car is a small Alfa Romeo hatchback, its lite and torquey :p (turbodiesel)
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
Michelin Pilot Sport 4 is now available in your size
Edo Poljarević (2 months ago)
Which tyres for Ford S-Max in 245/45 R19 dimensions, please advice.
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
Depends what you want from the tyre, all the tyres in the video are good :)
Ovidiu Diumea (2 months ago)
How are the Falken Azenis FK510 on wear? I'm looking to buy a set as they're much cheaper than the premium brands and look solid. Thanks
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
People seem happy with the wear :) http://www.tyrereviews.co.uk/Tyre/Falken/Azenis-FK510.htm The v105s is very strong in dry but a little weak in the wet
Ovidiu Diumea (2 months ago)
Also, are the Yokohama Advan V105s any good? I know they're expensive but I've read they're very sporty and responsive, which is right up my alley. Thanks again and keep up the good work! You've got a new subscriber.
Kytos (2 months ago)
Where are the yokohama v105?
Kytos (2 months ago)
+Tyre Reviews wow, here in Spain are cheaper than the PS4.
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
Great tyres, but in the UK too expensive for the performance
sTropw0w (2 months ago)
What about Pirelli p7 Cinturato Blue ?
vicsh4581 (2 months ago)
Fitted PS4S about 2 weeks ago on to my holden vf2 commodore. Very very happy with the performance. Always following you guys for the review. Keep up the good work and big thanks!
Thomas WH (2 months ago)
Just a quick update. Thanks to your channel, I went with MPS4, and after runing them for a few months this summer I can safely say they´re the best summer tires I´ve ever tried. I absolutely love them! I just CAN´T get them to skid, even in wet weather! So, once agian, thanks foe a great youtube channel and great videos! :)
Tufen Ak (2 months ago)
Very good channel. 🇱🇺
emilz85 (2 months ago)
Planning to buy Falken ZIEX ZE310. Amazing value for money
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
Let me know how you get on with it :)
BMW 4LIFE (2 months ago)
Can someone tell me how km/h you can drive with the Michelin pilot sport 4s??
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
Y rated is 186mph
petrica serbescu (2 months ago)
Who know about Dunlop sport maxx rt 2? It's o good tyre? Its value for money?
petrica serbescu (2 months ago)
Thank you 👍
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
Great tyre, very similar to the Goodyear
Skkpersia (3 months ago)
Thnx for the review brother, what do you think about the Viking Pro Tech HP tyres?
Skkpersia (2 months ago)
+Tyre Reviews for the wear, cuz i drive 60km's everyday
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
The rt2 is a great tyre, but why not go for the Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 3, slightly better and same price
Skkpersia (2 months ago)
+Tyre Reviews one last question, what do you think about dunlop sport max? (its for my opel insignia vauxhall insignia)
Tyre Reviews (2 months ago)
Viking are an OK budget brand, but they're no were near the tyres mentioned in this video!
Mike Howlett (3 months ago)
Top notch vid tyres are so important
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
Thanks :) Yes they are!
Mohammed (3 months ago)
Hi Jon, do tyre's get harder with age? Does the ride comfort decrease over time? If so, roughly after how long?
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
Tyres slowly harden with age, after 5 years there's a noticeable enough drop in grip for them to be replaced
Mohammed (3 months ago)
+Tyre Reviews what happens after this period? Does the sidewall become hard?
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
Tyre manufacturers recommend tyres not be used after 5 years
Jony De la cruz (3 months ago)
Best Daily Sport Tire?? I own a C63 Amg
Jony De la cruz (3 months ago)
Tyre Reviews and the goodyear and de PS4? Because the Ps4 is more comfortable than the Ps4s? Or i am bad??
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
I'd go PS4S or Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 3 if you want even more comfort
Jony De la cruz (3 months ago)
Tyre Reviews i dont know wich to choose I want a Comfort daily ,Sport Thanks!’!
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
The video answers that perfectly!
Martyn C (3 months ago)
Any news on the rim protection on these tyres? For me, with smart 19inch alloys that would be a massive starting point. I have PS3's: great tyre and superb rim protection.
Martyn C (3 months ago)
+Tyre Reviews Many thanks for your reply. I am a little confused about rim protectors: Your review was on 235/35/19y, my tyre size. I would have assumed that the rim protector would be a feature in your review with a caveat that this may not be the same in different sizes? It would be interesting to get your viewer's feedback about importance of tyre features. For eg: is dry grip 1-10 against wet against ride comfort against cornering against rim protector etc, etc? Do you use feedback to weight how you provide content in your reviews - which are very good reviews. Thanks.
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
It varies by pattern and size so I'm afraid you'd have to check directly
Phil ZHANKK (3 months ago)
are Goodyear triplemax 2 good tyres?
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
I believe they're an American Market tyre so I've very little info on them
BrabusBandit (3 months ago)
Did you ever try the Falken in a bigger size? If the side-wall is stiffer it's a definite buy!
Mayur. M.1 (3 months ago)
Awesome mate. Good information about TYRES. Keep it up
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
Thank you
Doctor George (3 months ago)
i am going to buy one of the two, primacy 4 or the pilot 4.// Can you please advise me the pros and cons of both tyres.. i have mercedez e class E280, and right now using the primacy hp on 17 inch rims.. i cant buy this hp anymore, so please guide me for the wiser 245/45 R17 purchase
Doctor George (3 months ago)
+Tyre Reviews anyway i just bought the pilot sport 4 thirty minutes back... all i hope is they shouldnt be noisy on the long run
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
No one has actually tested them back to back yet. In theory the Pilot Sport will be more sporty
Neo J. Ssk (3 months ago)
you have the Link for the Winter ones ?
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
It's the latest video on the channel
Jitter 000 (3 months ago)
I recently had some new summer tyres fitted by a small local fitter. While waiting, I asked him about the validity of the EU tyre label. In his opninion, only the noise figure was trustworthy, but he didn't care much for the fuel consumption and wet grip labels explaining that those don't tell the whole story. How good a tyre performs also depends on the interaction with the vehicle they are fitted to. If that is so, wouldn't that label be a bit misleading? Might that also explain why a particular make and type of tyre could get a better score in one size and a less favourable one in another?
Jitter 000 (3 months ago)
+Tyre Reviews Thanks for your response. I did as you suggested and as I was looking at the test results of the 2018 Auto Bild test of summer tyres in the size I use, it struck me that a similar test on the same size done by the ADAC in 2017 yielded quite different results. Okay, some differences arise due to different weighting factors and there may be some newcomers too. So some shifting around, I can understand. But how come Autobild's no. 1 ends up almost at the bottom of the ADAC test despite being identical tyres (Hankook Ventus Prime 3 K125, 195/65R15 91V) and competing (more or less) with the same competitors?
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
Tyres are incredibly complicated pieces of engineering, and yes different vehicles can give slightly different results. The EU labels are a good STARTING point, but you should always referer back to tests and websites like tyrereviews.co.uk for the entire story.
Carlos Rodriguez (3 months ago)
Not sure why it's not mentioned here but I feel the Pirelli P Zero tire is the best tire of them all.
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
Pirelli make some great tyres, but they're not quite as good as the other premiums listed in the video, and are around the same price or more expensive. The video can only be a certain length which was why they were omitted. They're good tyres, just not the best for the money in my opinion.
14725800369 (3 months ago)
I'll never buy Michelin tyres again. When I bought my car, it had 4 year old Michelin tyres on them. They just rode horrible, very noisy and no wet grip whatsever. A new set of Orimacy would have been so expensive, just switched to my winter tyres a bit earlier and bought summer tyres mid winter. Bought some Nexen N'Blue HD Plus and I am totally satisfied. Very good price, very good performance and very good mileage. Also quiet and comfortable. Did everything I expected from a tyre and lasted all summer, when I drove about 60k a year.
1111 (3 months ago)
You should avoid the term SUMMER tires and study and investigate further the term RAIN TIRE. A summer tire is not necessarily a Rain tire. HOWEVER, ...... all RAIN tires are summer tires.
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
Uniroyal use the term rain tyre in their marketing, but a summer tyre is a generic term for a normal tyre, which does always work in the rain!
Tb. A. Adhi R. Faiz (3 months ago)
Bridgestone has launched Turanza T005A last year...has it better performance than T005?
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
I've seen no communication regarding an A version of the tyre so sadly can't help!
Justin Feng (3 months ago)
Which performance and summer tire are you recommend for bmw 428I Gran coupe in California, 225/45/18?
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
Depends what you want from the tyre, the video should explain the differences?!
911 991.2 TURBO S (3 months ago)
My biggest issues with these tires other then the Michelin’s is there cornering at 80 mph and above there unstable. In San Diego Calif I only use ultra Summer tires for my F90 M5
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
Strange, the dry handling of all the tyres listed should be relatively even!
La Aa (3 months ago)
Hey, any chance to review the Kumho Ecsta PS91 ? Do you guys have it in UK?
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
We do have it, it's not a very popular tyre over here though. I'll see what i can do next year :)
Georgie b (3 months ago)
All.made in China.
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
DasSparschwein (3 months ago)
I have the Primacy 3. It is a great tyre and lasts approx. 50.000km. Im going to buy it again next summer.
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
Don't forget the Primacy 4 is now out too!
Atrax R (3 months ago)
I had Michelin Primacy 3 on my car when I bought it. Those tires could last you 10 years it seems, very little wear if you don't lean on them in extreme fashion. But they are quite shit as far as grip goes, even compared to way cheaper tires (like 50% cheaper). they are not dangerous but they are far from awesome in wet. Especially wet grip after two years or so. I do think they would outlast anything on the market today by a significant margin. Took off Primacy 3 last year and fitted Bridgestone Potenza Adrenaline RE002, night and day difference, anti aquaplaning stuff is very good on RE002. I have yet to aquaplane and they are worn to shit now. They don't last long though (220 treadwear), but pricing is good so that's not a big issue for me atm. So all in all, if you want wet grip past 2 years mark then don't bother with Primacy 3. They will last you way longer than you'd want to have a tire on your car, but they will grip accordingly too. Barely any in slightly wet conditions (when roads are a bit greasy). I'd do a passer on those tires if you have a bit heavier foot. But to each their own. It's just my opinion from my experience with these tires on 3 different cars. Only thing that impresses me with Primacy 3 is the treadwear, but price is a bit ridiculous for a tire of such performance imo.
Atrax R (3 months ago)
+Tyre Reviews Will do!
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
+Atrax R If you do be sure to let me know how you find them :)
Atrax R (3 months ago)
+Tyre Reviews May give those a try, I know Pilot tires are amazing tires, no doubt about it. Great thing is longevity for such a tire. Quite incredible that they managed to pull that off. These Bridgestones are gone so I'll have to get new tires in spring anyway. :)
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
You might like to try the Michelin Pilot Sport 4 next, it should have both treadwear and grip
Amir Yazdan Panah (3 months ago)
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Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
We don't get the Nitto brand in the UK!
Rob Booth Automotive (3 months ago)
Just switched from Primacy 3 to the Primacy 4. Seems like the sidewall is a bit softer on the new tire, as initial turn-in feels quite a bit more floaty. Does that correlate with your findings? Or perhaps it's just placebo and/or tire pressure differences.
Tyre Reviews (3 months ago)
A lot of tyres are going that way, you'll also have more block movement from the higher tread depth so they'll feel pretty bad.

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