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Goodyear EAGLE F1 ASYMMETRIC tyres have an asymmetric tread which makes them more universal and helps to maintain good traction properties in different weather conditions.
The model ensures safe braking and stable driving no matter the weather conditions. During braking, the tyre increases its road contact surface, which reduces the braking distance. The compound used in the product includes silica, which enables the tyre to achieve a better grip and improves its performance on dry and wet surfaces. The tyre body has been stiffened, which gives the user a higher driving precision and the driver-tyre communication is more effective. The use of silica not only improves the grip, but also reduces rolling resistance. This has resulted in the reduction of fuel consumption and CO2footprint. The model is a perfect solution for drivers who value driving safety and good behaviour of the tyre on any type of surface. With its asymmetric pattern, the tread makes the tyre one of the best in its class and internal tests carried out by Goodyear prove its excellent performance in braking on dry and wet surfaces. The designers of Goodyear EAGLE F1 ASYMMETRIC have also considered optimum distribution of pressures acting against the tyre, which allows the driver to use its full performance throughout its life without worrying about wear as the mileage increases.
Goodyear is one of the largest tyre manufacturers in the world. The company specialises in the manufacture of premium tyres distinguished by the top quality of execution, excellent performance and the comfort of use. The group owns such brands as Dunlop, Dębica, Sava and Fulda. Currently, the company has 85 production plants in 28 countries.
We have been collecting information about this tyre for 3638 days. In that time we have received 78 reviews. The total distance driven by our customers is 1182000 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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I bought these tyres as replacement for F1 GS-D3, but I have to say that it better on dry only. In the wet it is just slightly worse (which is strange considering that Goodyear claims that they have improved its handling in wet). The looks isn't that great anymore either - V shape was way better. Its strongest point is definitely better contact patch. New tyres stick to the tarmac even if you really floor your car. I wanted to buy Advan Sport from Yokohama, but I think it's fair to say that Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric was still a good choice.
Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric in the size of 225/45R17 on a VW Passat Estate (B5). Summer tyre for demanding drivers. Very good grip regardless of the conditions (wet or dry). Soft compound means that the tyre is literally glued to the road. On the other hand, they will last 30 - 35k miles (two years maybe).
I am really amazed by the opinions saying that it is wearing too fast. Its superior level of grip is directly related to the type of rubber compound used. I definitely recommend this tyre to anyone who values his or her safety!
Replaced Continentals and Goodyear seem much more hard-wearing. No evidence of tread wear at all. Continental Sports completely wore out in 12 months.
Have used these for some time now and am pleased with them as a all round tyre.
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Very good job of tyres on dry. No squealing, it's hard to break traction. Very precise cornering ride. Wet a very positive experience. It is hard to aquaplaning. However, attrition is quite high. after 30 tkm was about 3 mm tread on the front axle. Do you want to buy. Probably not. OptiGrip new model came out, and it will be my future type. I give up with 17-inch wheels. In Poland, it's still hard labor on the roads. I'm going back to 16 Yours.
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