Are you considering the all season tyres, but do not know which model to choose? Check the results of tests conducted by motor magazines and organisations and you will certainly find the tyres which will perform well both in summer and winter.
More and more tyre companies launch modern all-year tyres which ensure balanced performance no matter what time of the weather season. If you only drive a short distance and use the car mainly in a city, such tyres are the solution for you. Note, however, that even the best all season tyres will not perform as well as the models designed for a specific time of year, so in a more dynamic driving style and commuting longer distances, we recommend the use of specific seasonal tyres.
All season tyres provide optimum performance in different weather conditions (Pic. Michelin).
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2016/2017 Summary of All Season Tyres Test
"AutoBild" all-season tyre test, in size 205/55 R16
In first place of the report was the Michelin CrossClimate tyre, determined by the manufacturer as the modern all-season tyre. The model received a "exemplary" rating because it turned out to be extremely versatile - coped very well on both dry and wet track and has delivered in terms of steering precision. With excellent fuel efficiency, the Michelin CrossClimate was also rewarded bythe specialists at "AutoBild" the Eco-Meister 2016 for the most economical tyre.
In second place and the note "good" was awarded to the Goodyear Vector 4Seasons G2 tyre. This model proved to be particularly good on snowy roads - cars on these tyres brake quickly and is extremely stable while driven. Equally good reviews were given by drivers evaluating the tyres through our portal. "Tyres are quiet, high-quality, stable on wet surface, good braking" - is just one of many positive feedbacks.
In the all-season tyre test, "AutoBild" Michelin CrossClimate proved to be unbeatable (Pic. Michelin).
Last on the podium was the Kleber Quadraxer 2 tyre. This model also surprised the jury with exceptionally low fuel consumption. The product proved to be very good on snow and wet roads. This tyre as well as the 6 consecutive models received a rating of "satisfactory".
Buy the test winner - Michelin CrossClimate
The only product that won a lower note was the Firestone Multiseason. The tyre rated as "conditionally recommended". Despite the good behaviour on the snow, the model did not work in other areas. On a dry and wet surface, the tyres do not give confidence and caused understeer and the braking distance was also too long.
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