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The total distance driven by our customers is 9629000 km.
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I bought these tyres encouraged by enthusiastic opinions and I have to admit that I am a little disappointed. The tyres grip well in the corners, you can do much without danger. In the rain they behave normally, but aquaplaning still occurs sometime. Driving comfort will probably satisfy most drivers, but for me it could be a little harder, but i's a matter of getting used to it. One thing is for sure - even with low profile the tyre will not be too hard. A great advantage is the fringe protector. However, if the temperatures is above 18 - 20 degrees, the tyres tend to lose traction both during braking (ABS could switch on 3 - 4 times a day on warmer days on dry) and during starting (dynamic start in summer was practically impossible). Therefore, I don't know where they got the opinion of soprts tyres. Currently (at about 15 degrees temperature) they're slightly better, although they're still far from perfect. I know from other users that less powerful cars do well on them, but rthey're not recommended for more powerful ones. Rolling resistance is slight, even though the tyre width is relatively large. Their wear-off is above average due to constant wheelspins. I can't hear their noise, but the car is pretty well soundproofed, so i don't know the exact level of noise. Appearance is good, but it could be improved. I can't comment on its behaviour on snow as I don't use summer tyres in winter. I'll buy something more competitive next time.
I've been using these tyres for 3 months now. I've heard they're great for dry, especially in the corners, but in fact I'm surprised - they are really great. My size is 205/45/16, fitted to a Corolla G6 and the driver can feel really safe. The tyre has easily controllable skidding, especially if it is well warmed up. Nothing happens by surprise. In corners I have no problems to catch up with 200 HP sports cars with 17-18 inch wheels. Sometimes I even have a good laugh whenI see expressions of guys who only care about the power and handling and agility is something odd to them. It's no revelation on wet, during recent rains I haven't noticed grip loss when braking or cornering, but due to difficult
conditions I was driving carefully. Generally speaking, a great tyre for relatively decent price, very predictable and thus secure. You can really get much if you like dynamic driving. Moderate noise level, fuel consumption is fine (changed by 0.2 l/100 km in winter, where I use tyres with 185 width). I highly recommend.
First impressions after driving the route to the seaside and back: the tyre's a revelation! As normally in July, once the sun was shining and the temperature of the road was above 35 * C and another time I had to drive in heavy rain. Compared to my previous Continental SportContact 2 tyres driving comfort has significantly improved. The car is very stiff and thanks to softer Toyo tyres it absorbs bumps better. On dry it behaves correctly, but you need to counter a little on fast bends. The tyre has been very quiet so far, the noise level increases only during rapid acceleration and on rough pavement. At speeds above 120 MPH the only noise heard is the air. The tyre's just great on wet - brilliant handling, even when driving fast in water-filled ruts vibration are not transmitted on the steering wheel and braking on wet roads is fine, without the need of ABS' intervention.
I like aggressive driving, and the car is powerful. When purchased, the car was fitted with Dunlop SP2030 Sports. I threw them away after 10000 miles. They were too hard for such power and didn't do very well in a front wheel drive car. Change to Toyo has been beneficial to all drive parameters. Grip, stability in corners and speed have extensively improved. The car drives like glued to the road. Understeer disppeared and car's characteristics became neutral. A slide is progressive, with all four wheels, and is easy to control. VSA rarely switches on when rush starting, so there's no wheelspins in place. Acceleration times achieved are better than the ones specified by Honda ands are more than 0.5 seconds. I definitely recommend it to drivers who love driving, and do not recommend it for drivers who only commute daily. Also, the tyre has a fantastic look.
I bought the tyre by accident. I bought the vehicle with Bridgestone Turanza brand E30 tyres. After 30 000 miles they were heavily worn. and I decided to purchase a newer model of Bridgestone, the E300. One of BMW owners recommended this original Japanese product to me. Due to the fact that Mazda is a car made in Japan and not some kind of fake, I decided to buy these tyres. Now, my Mazda goes well in the corners equipped with Toyo Proxes T1-R with ZE index. The tyres are quiet, aquaplaning doesn't occur - DSC
is a standard here, they wear slowly and have an interesting design, which emphasizes the design of the Mazda 3 MZBJK model. I bought these tyres at a good price, 75 pounds per tyre. I always drive with DSC system switched on so that the tyres have a longer life span. At 120 - 130 MPH the noise level is insignificant.
Toyo Proxes T1-R 205/50 R16 87 W ZR
Fuel efficiency is rated from A to G on a color-coded scale.
A class (green) stands for the highest fuel efficiency rating (=the lowest rolling resistance).
G class (red) marks the lowest fuel efficiency rating (= the highest rolling resistance). Rolling resistance influences fuel consumption and fumes emission, thus the lower the resistance, the lower fuel consumption and exhaust fumes emission is.
Wet grip is the tyre’s ability to adhere to the road in wet conditions. The EU rating focuses only on one aspect of wet grip – the wet braking performance of the tyre. Wet grip is rated from A to G:
A class stands for the best braking performance, whereas G class stands for the worst breaking performance. It is one of the crucial parameters influencing the road safety.
Tyres contribute to the amount of pass-by 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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