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We have been collecting information about this tyre for 2586 days. In that time we have received 225 reviews. The total distance driven by our customers is 2061000 miles.
The highest rated parameter is: the grip on a dry surface.
This tyre was reviewed by users driving usually outside the city.
This tyre was reviewed by drivers who assess their driving style as moderate.
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I've had these on a few cars since thier launch and have been great on all, in all conditions. Yes there are slighty better road holding tyres but last half the life, yes there are slighty better wet condition tyres but last half the life. There are longer life tyres but don't expect to stay on the black stuff too long of you push hard !
These are the best all round tyre I've come accross for years, really rate them and will use them until something better comes along, if something better comes along !
The only other tyre that is as good as this especially considering price (not the most important factor by a long mile in my opinion) is the Vredistien Vorti Sessenta, I'd have those if the F1s were'nt available.
The tyres grip very well in the corners and on wet, unfortunately, they wear off very quickly (they probably have a soft compound). Unfortunately, out of four new tyres, despite relatively high profile, I managed to damage two at different times (I bought another two, and there already was "Made in China" pressed out) - the fault was a popping bulge on the sidewall of the tyre, so called damaged wires on the sidewall - probably because of the condition of our roads, but I didn't have this problem with other tyres, that's why I write about it. Generally I can recommend them, but not to people who want to save money, but rather to those who change tyres often and can afford it
After spending hours researching various tyres suitable for my Ford Kuga I finally opted for these goodyear tyres. Yes there are other cheaper brands out there but after reading various reviews I decided to go for these ones. I am not disappointed as they are the same as what the car came with from new. This is the 2nd time I have had to change the tyres in 6 years so if these ones give me the same durability as the originals it will be a wise choice. Not forgrtting to mention the brilliant service
I received from Oponeo. Well done keep up the good work.
Very good performance in wet condition! I'm impressed! The car it is stopping even better in wet than dry! Quiet in speeds, even above 100m/h(in Germany).
I've done 13K miles and the thread looks very good(about 5mm).
For England rainy weather there are fine.
Only one downside is the side boards. There are too soft. It is not for poor roads with potholes. During my holiday abroad I hit a pothole and made a side bump on one of the tyres. I had to change it. I've never did that with my previous tyres.
Overall very good tyres.
I bought these tyres because they were the best premium tyre I could afford. They suit my driving style well and appear to be wearing well too. I like their tread pattern and the rim protector feature, although won't protect from kerbing to your alloys, have not shredded when doing so.
I bought a set of 4, they were all new, obviously but 2 of the set were manufactured nearly 2 years before they were delivered to me, the customer.
I'd still strongly recommend them.
Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2 225/40 R18 88 Y RUN ON FLAT MFS, *
Technical description: The Goodyear Eagle f1 Asymmetric 2 first and foremost ensures short braking distances on wet surfaces, excellent driveability and reduced fuel consumption. Short braking distances are possible thanks to the use of ActiveBraking technology in the tyre's design. This is an excellent solution at times when fractions of a second can make all the difference. Why? This technology guarantees reliable manoeuvrability of the car in any summer conditions. This is due to the increased contact area between the tyre and the road surface. The tyre's performance specifications have been compared with those of rival products. These tests showed that the braking distances of the Goodyear Eagle f1 Asymmetric 2 were 3 metres shorter on wet roads and 2 metres shorter on dry surfaces.
Another characteristic feature of the tyre, in other words its excellent driveability, is primarily due to the use of a silica-enhanced rubber compound, which improves grip on both wet and dry surfaces. Combined with a rigid structure, this compound significantly improves steerability at high speed. The last of the three most characteristic features of the Goodyear Eagle f1 Asymmetric 2, its reduced fuel consumption, is thanks to the use of FuelSaving technology, which is evident in the tyre's lightweight construction. This means that the tyre requires less energy when moving (lower rolling resistance), and the silica-enhanced compound also reduces the heat generated by the model. These factors guarantee lower fuel consumption, making the tyre more environmentally friendly.
The Goodyear Eagle f1 Asymmetric 2 is used as an original part in car models including: Porsche 911, VW Tiguan, Lancia Delta, Opel Insignia and Saab 9.5.
Information about the manufacturer: In 1839 Charles Goodyear developed his rubber production technology. Five years later he also patented the rubber vulcanisation method. He died in 1860, but Frank Seiberling wanted his memory to live on so he named the company after him when it was set up in 1898. Goodyear also produced various rubber materials alongside its tyres. It is interesting to note that the company has been associated with motor sports almost from its very beginning. Competitors have won many titles in various different competitions using Goodyear tyres. The American Goodyear group currently owns brands including: Dębica, Sava, Fulda and Dunlop.
Fuel efficiency is rated from A to G on a colour-coded scale. The highest fuel efficiency rating is A (green; the lowest rolling resistance), while the lowest fuel efficiency rating is G (red; the highest rolling resistance). Rolling resistance influences fuel consumption and vehicle emissions; the lower the resistance, the lower the fuel consumption and exhaust fume emissions.
Wet grip is the tyre's ability to adhere to the road surface in wet conditions. The EU rating focuses only on the wet braking performance of the tyre. Wet grip is rated from A to G, where A represents the best braking performance and G represents the worst. It is one of the most crucial safety parameters.
Tyres contribute to the amount of noise a vehicle generates. Choosing a tyre with a good noise rating will lower the impact of your driving on the surrounding environment.
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