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Durability, low fuel consumption and excellent grip are the main advantages of the Goodyear DURAGRIP summer tyres. The model was designed for city and family cars , so it is well suited to various urban conditions. The tyre will delight drivers who pay special attention to fuel consumption - thanks to these tyres, it will significantly decrease. This is due to low rolling resistance, which is achieved by the even distribution of pressure on the tyre surface and lightweight rubber compound applied to the production.
With an asymmetrical tread tyre, it quickly channels the water away and resists aquaplaning. The innovative arrangement of the grooves gives an excellent grip on dry and wet surfaces and significantly decreases the risk of skidding. Goodyear’s 3D-BIS Technology® increases rubber-to-road contact for improved handling. The asymmetric tread pattern features a stiff shoulder area to help you corner with confidence . Goodyear Duragrip also means quiet and comfortable driving. The unique design of the model makes the tyre absorb the sounds emitted whilst moving, so that even ordinary driving is a pleasure. In maintaining an adequate comfort system, it also helps the tread and its blocks which are optimised for volume reduction of the sound produced. Drivers will be satisfied with the tyres who appreciate not only great technical parameters and reliability, but also security on any type of surface and grip during any weather condition.
Goodyear is an American company, which is the third largest tyres and semi-finished rubber production company in the world. In addition to its own brand, Goodyear also manages Fulda, Sava, Dunlop and Debica. Goodyear has 85 plants in 28 countries. Employment in the company currently reaches around 90,000 people. The company supplies the market premium tyres characterised by the highest quality and maximum performance .
We have been collecting information about this tyre for 3698 days. In that time we have received 477 reviews. The total distance driven by our customers is 6644000 miles.
The highest rated parameter is: the grip on a dry surface.
This tyre was reviewed by users driving city usually.
This tyre was reviewed by drivers who assess their driving style as moderate.
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After ca. 30 thousand miles done on Goodyear Duragrip tyres I have 4 mm of tread left. I noticed they are quite soft, therefore they may be a bit safer as they grip the road better, but due to their wear I presume I won’t do much on them in my next season. I have already changed my rear tyres for winter ones – after doing ca. 80 thousand miles this year and all I had left was ca. 2 mm of tread, so I have left them at the service for disposal. My personal conclusion is that it all depends on which axle you fit these tyres, as my car is a front-wheel-drive. Their comfort is very good – they absorb the bumps and holes in the road well. Low rolling resistance – their noise is almost inaudible, I could barely hear them at speeds both ca. 50 MPH and 85 MPH. Sharp corners are not a problem for them – the car easily takes the corners without getting off-track. The tyre performs very well on both dry and wet. Also, its water dispersion is great. During a heavy rain, all I could see behind my car was a large cloud of water escaping from under the car. To sum up, I find Goodyear Duragrip a very decent tyre and I can recommend it to all drivers.
I ordered Goodyear Duragrip tyres for my sister. The shop did their job marvelously, as we got these tyres in 48 hours. The tyres were at a very good price, I think they were the cheapest on the internet, and I can definitely say that the fitting services are a joke – they want even 30 pounds more per tyre! The quality of the tyres is great. They look nice, and their performance on both wet and dry is sensational, despite the fact we didn’t do much of a distance on those. Up to now, I used many different tyre models in my cars, such as Michelin MXT, Barum Brillantis, Fulda etc. In my opinion, Michelin were the best when it came to balancing and lack of vibrations, Barums squealed on wet like crazy – and Goodyear Duragrip surpasses them both. On wet (heavy rain, deep puddles) they behave like on dry. I definitely recommend Goodyear Duragrip as a decent tyre for a good price. One thing for sure – I will not buy Continentals due to their problems with balancing and the country of production…
I replaced my tyres with Goodyear Duragrip after 5 years. Previously, I had Michelin Energy. During fitting, one of the tyres appeared to be so deformed that it could barely be balanced only with large weights. The result was that the car was swerving all over the road. I have exchanged the faulty tyre for a new one, and the faulty one was sent back for a warranty claim. I wonder what will the response from thre manufacturer be. Now everything is just fine. Goodyear Duragrip are much quieter than the previous ones, their driving comfort is very good (they don't "bump" on bumps), handling is sensational. I hope their durability will be good, as I wore my previous Michelins down to the tread wear indicator, but they kept their shape despite visible mechanical damages they were exposed to numerous times. As for now, I can rate Goodyear Duragrip as very good tyres.
I can recommend Goodyear Duragrip tyres especially to those drivers who don’t like to drive aggressively and prefer a moderate driving style. Braking is flawless in all conditions, but their behaviour in the corners varies – on dry they are fine, but after rain every sharp cornering resulted in a slide. However, it only concerns the corners – driving on straights, braking, water dispersion, starting etc. are flawless. The additional advantage of Goodyear Duragrip is its durability (they were sold along with the car, otherwise I would’ve left them for my new vehicle). They are also quiet and don’t cause the car to consume more fuel. Generally, I can recommend Goodyear Duragrip, but taking into account my driving style (quite aggressive cornering) I decided to get some other, more “sports” tyres for my new car.
I did about 3500 miles and as for now, the tread wear is minimal. As for a tyre produced in the EU, Goodyear Duragrip looks very average. Numerous shortcomings (such as pieces of cast) are visible. However, the tyre behaves very well. Their driving comfort is good. In the corners I had an impression of minimal oversteer. Of course, I’m sure it has something to do with my car, but my previous Pirelli tyres didn’t have such an effect. I checked my wheel alignment and balancing, and they are just fine. Additionally, I can say I got surprised by winter conditions before I changed my wheels to winter ones, and I can say that driving like that was a tragedy. It’s obvious, that Goodyear Duragrip are summer tyres, but the Pirelli I mentioned earler were much better on snow.
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