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x Reinforced tyres

Every tyre has a load index. This value is determined by the European Tyre and Rim Technical Organisation. Reinforced tyres have higher carriage than standard and can therefore easily meet the requirements of vehicles that bear heavier loads.

x Run Flat Tyres

Run Flat tyres allow you to keep driving after a pressure loss. It is possible to drive with a punctured tyre for around 50 miles at a maximum speed of 50 mph.

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Car Tyres

Passenger car tyres

See how the passenger car tyres are rated by users. Our database of reviews of passenger car tyres is one of the largest on the Internet. Are you looking for the best passenger car tyres? See our summer and winter tyre ratings. Here you will find the tyres we offer along with the best user reviews.

Summer tyres

Winter tyres

The most popular passenger car tyres

We present the most popular, highest quality and best priced summer and winter tyres for passenger cars. Take a look at the best-selling items in our online shop.

Summer tyres

  • Accelera PHI
    Accelera PHI

    Tyre details:The Accelera PHI performs exceptionally well in sporty cars fitted with a high ...

  • Uniroyal Rainsport 3
    Uniroyal Rainsport 3

    Tyre details:This tyre model is the successor to the well-known Uniroyal RainSport 2, which has ...

  • Hankook Ventus V12 evo2 K120
    Hankook Ventus V12 evo2 K120

    Tyre details: The Hankook Ventus V12 evo2 K120 is a tyre that has been specially created for ...

  • Kumho KU39
    Kumho KU39

    Kumho KU39 is a mid-range summer tyre designed for passenger cars. It will be a good match for ...

  • Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2
    Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2

    Tyre details: The Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2 is a premium tyre that offers excellent ...

Winter tyres

  • Nankang Snow Viva 2
    Nankang Snow Viva 2

    Nankang Snow Viva SV 2 is a winter tyre that belongs to economy class. Nankang is an independent ...

  • Falken HS 449
    Falken HS 449

    Tyre details: The Falken HS 449 is a winter tyre designed for passenger cars. Its design is based ...

  • Nexen WINGUARD SPORT
    Nexen WINGUARD SPORT

    Tyre details:Driving stability, reliability and excellent grip on wet surfaces are the primary ...

  • Nokian WR D4
    Nokian WR D4

    Tyre details: Looking for a reliable winter tyre? The Nokian WR D4 is the successor to the WR D3, ...

  • Hankook Winter i*cept evo2 W320
    Hankook Winter i*cept evo2 W320

    Hankook Winter i*cept evo2 W320 is an enhanced version of the popular model, i*cept evo W310. If ...

Average tyre rating: 3.92 based on 78233 reviews

Passenger car tyres come in three types: summer, winter and all-season. The tread can be symmetric, asymmetric or directional. Summer tyres can be used from spring till autumn, when temperatures are higher than 7°C. Lower temperatures reduce the effectiveness of the tyres' properties, making it worth fitting winter tyres in the colder months. Winter tyres have a rubber compound and tread which are designed to drive in winter conditions. Winter tyres have more grooves and lamelles, which provide better traction on snow. Summer tyres use all possible tread patterns; however, in winter tyres only two are used: asymmetric and directional. All-season tyres have some of the features of both winter and summer tyres. These tyres are usable all year round, regardless of weather conditions. All-season tyres are recommended for drivers with a calm driving style, who drive over 6,000 km a year. Summer tyres are suitable for drivers who clock 5-6,000 km a year with a dynamic or aggressive driving style. Tyre manufactures aim to produce tyres which have excellent grip on both wet and dry surfaces, short braking distance, fuel economy and high comfort. The real challenge is to design winter tyres which have a good grip on snow, slush and wet surfaces while not generating excessive noise.