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Goodyear Vector 4Seasons is a premium all-season tyre that performs very well in variable weather conditions. It uses Weather Reactive technology which allows for its adaptation to the changing seasons, so the tyre proves itself both in summer and winter.
Goodyear Vector 4Seasons is made of a modern compound featuring excellent properties and flexibility. This characteristic helps to increase the tyre/road contact area which translates into better traction properties on snow and ice, as well as an excellent grip. The flat tyre profile ensures an even distribution of pressure, improving the tyre’s durability and making it more environmentally friendly. The central rib is equipped with many sipes that improve grip and facilitate braking on wet surfaces. The tyre uses a directional tread pattern which performs excellently on any type of surface. The wide V-shaped grooves quickly drain water and facilitate effective tread drying. As a result, the risk of aquaplaning is reduced and adequate grip is maintained regardless of the weather. This model guarantees quick driver-tyre communication and precise steering not only on straight roads, but also on bends and during sudden manoeuvres. Goodyear Vector 4Seasons is the perfect solution for the drivers who expect their tyres to provide excellent performance, driving comfort and reliability in any circumstances.
Goodyear is one of the largest tyre suppliers in the world. The group offers tyres under brands like Fulda, Dębica, Dunlop or Sava. Goodyear supplies tyres intended for passenger cars, light trucks, 4x4 vehicles, lorries, race cars, industrial machines and airplanes. Their products are premium rated due to their high quality. Goodyear owns 85 production plants spread across 28 countries worldwide. Presently, the group’s share in the tyre market is around 20%.
We have been collecting information about this tyre for 2880 days. In that time we have received 164 reviews.
The total distance driven by our customers is 1709000 miles.
The highest rated parameter is: tread depth.
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 changed my car to a Zafira with Goodyear Vector 4Seasons fitted to it, and the tyres are simply great. Both In winter and summer I had no problems. Even when going uphill on snow and ice the did sensationally (on summer one I have been spinning out there, and the corner was even more dangerous). It drains water greatly, redusing the risk of aquaplaning, or something like that (the water in ruts), very stable. I did several thousand miles on them, one third of the distance with the trailer attached they are really durable - taking into consideration the fact that I drive safely. If someone really wanted to find drawbacks, summer Continetal ContiPremiumContacts were quieter and looked nicer - Goodyear Vector 4Seasons looks more like a winter tyre, so it's a fact it's not really beautiful. As for fuel consumption difference, I have not noticed any, and if it is, then it's minimal. I definitely recommend!
I am writing this review only because of low popularity, and even laughing at all season tyres by some users. The Goodyear Vector 4Seasons are better than just good. In winter they behave like winter tyres - I also used them in mountain area. I had problems with traction twice - on a 10-inch layer of wet snow in the parking lot (but I drove out without any help and didn't waste time as other drivers did). I was afraid that I'll pay the price of good winter grip in summer. But nothing like that happened, I didn't notice the tyre to be softer than typical summer tyre (to cope with this partially, I bought the tyres with higher load index for this size - 94V XL). in corners the drawback of directional tyres can be seen, which is worse side grip. it's hard for me to assess abrasion, because I do not change the tyres so often to see the difference (15 thousand miles per year).
I got these tyres in the showroom with the new Seat Leon 1.9 TDI. I was afraid of winter season - and it turned out I was wrong. I was thinking about selling them but I read some tests and reviews of these tyres, and I decided to give them a chance :-) The tyres behave sensationally in winter conditions. I used them both in the city and in the mountains and on icy residential area streets. I've never got into a slide on them, and never got stuck in the snow. They grip the road better than Firestone Winterhawks that I have on my second car. Of course, every driver should have more common sense in winter conditions... I can recommend them more for winter than for summer. I have better sense on summer tyres. For those who have typically urban-character cars and don't drive fast in the summer, Goodyear Vector 4Seasons are perfect tyres. You don't need to change them!
They say that if something is designed for everything, than it's useless. However, Goodyear Vector 4Seasons are a complete denial of this statement. However in the size 195/50R15 they caused problems in winter to me. They were slipping a bit - I sometimes felt that I'm driving like riding the sledge - they coldn't handle a thin layer of slush (by this term I mean fresh snow, slightly melted, forming the specific "mud"). To my surprise, even in difficult terrain (rural dirt roads) on snow they behaved sensationally. Their definite drawback is that in the third year of using, which has just began, they have small, but numerous damage in the tread. Apart from winter I can't complain (they're maybe a bit louder than normally in summer).
After a three-month use in autumn-winter period (virtually in all conditions) I can definitely recommend Goodyear Vector 4Seasons. My previous summer tyres were Michelin Primacy HPs and Klebers were my winter ones. In everyday driving I don't see significant differences. A little louder than normally. A bit worse traction on deep snow. On dry they are very good. As the description and test say, they are slightly worse in extreme cases - they don't like aggressive driving. They provide high safeity especially during transitional periods where the most frequent surprises are conditions unrelevant to the tyres fitted.
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