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We have been collecting information about this tyre for 4546 days. In that time we have received 302 reviews. The total distance driven by our customers is 2923000 miles.
The highest rated parameter is: tyre appearance.
This tyre was reviewed by users driving usually in the city.
This tyre was reviewed by drivers who assess their driving style as moderate.
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Since 1998 I've been driving with Conti or Bridgestone and than I realised that 3-5 season tires are just tragic and I decided to buy new Nankangs NS2. 225/45/17 are realy good. They are much more quiet than Dunlop Sport 2000 and Fulda Exelero. They are not feathering.I checked them in a quite huge rain and I wasn't disappointed. I wont dispute with fake drivers who claim that any new tires are hopeless. They should know that driving into a wall of rain on hot tires or braking in the rut full of water even with the most expensive tires can be dangerous... you cannot cheat the laws of physics. The new tire from a less known Porducent will always be better than multi-seasonal from best known. I have tested them in Corsa, Getz, Panda, AstryII, A3, A4, A6, C and E classes during winter and summer. I was very skeptical about the Nankangs but they suprised me positively..It makes no sense to overpay and buy expensive tyres when you can buy cheaper and comparable Nankangs.
Wide tyres always equal much of expense. For now I was buying only High Performance tyres from well known brands. Summer- Uniroyal RainSport and Winter- Conti Winter Contact. This year it was to much for me to pay for Uniroyals and I have decided to go for Nankang NS 2. I asked a friend of mine who actually is much into motorsport etc. and he advised me that Nankang NS 2 are worth buying. In Scandinavia Nankang is just a hit and they are becomming more and more popular in the US and Australia. I do recommend Nankang NS 2 as in my opinion there is no point of wasting 800GBP for a new set of tyres as you can equip yourselves with a good performing tyre for a relatively low price.
I have these tyres for 3 years and I dont know from where all those positive reviews come. I drove a lot of kilometers on them and I can say that the only thing that is ok with them is the design. When it comes to driving in wet conditions youd better pray to the almighty. A bit of rain and ABS turns on all the time. They have M+S sign so they supoused to be all weather but when the first snow comes you must wear Winter tyres. These tyres doesn't stick to the snow at all. In addition Nankangs are very expensive considering such a bad braking. The only advantages are that they do not rub off quickly and they look nice. I will never ever buy them again.
I bought my Nankang NS 2 in the size 195/45R15 to fit my 7'' Zenders. I drive with Seat Ibiza 1.9TDi and I am very satisfied with my NS 2. The price / quality ratio is very good in this case. I wanted to have a bit cheaper tyres as I was not satisfied with my previous Bridgestones. Nankang NS 2 seems to be ok in my 130 BHP Ibiza. It doesn't matter whether it is rainy or the sun is shining, tyres perform pretty good in any weather condition. Right now the autum is about to come and my tyres are not afraid of it. The only disadvantage is that Nankang NS 2 is a bit less resistant to aquaplaning. All in all, NS 2 are worth my recommendation.
In general I can compare Nankang NS 2 to my previous Dunlop SP Sport Maxx. One tyre has blown away so I had to buy 2 new tyres to fit my front axis. My choice has fallen on Nankang NS 2. Why? My last tyres were second hand ones, which actually effected with shorter life of those tyres. I was looking for 2 new tyres for not more than 120 GBP. Before I bought Nankang NS 2 I have read a lot of reviews and most of them were positive. I drove about 3000 miles right now and I have to say that Nankang NS 2 are awesome. Somebody wrote here that they are crap. I do not agree. With my 130bhp Ibiza they perform absolutely fine.
Nankang NS 2 255/30 R20 92 Y XL, MFS
The Nankang NS 2 is a summer tyre with a directional tread pattern, which offers optimal performance in different weather conditions. Its wide grooves quickly disperse water, minimising the risk of aquaplaning, meaning that the car maintains its grip on the road, even in heavy downpours.
The unique tread design and the use of an innovative rubber compound have helped reduce noise levels, making driving on Nankang NS 2 tyres a comfortable and quiet experience.
The tyre's reinforced shoulder area provides an excellent smooth performance on uneven surfaces, whilst also ensuring driving stability and good traction. The model is also resistant to mechanical damage and wears evenly, guaranteeing its full performance specifications for its entire lifetime.
Nankang was founded in Taiwan in 1959. In the 1970s the company opened a branch in Australia, where it remains extremely popular to this day. The brand later exported its tyres to the USA, South America and Europe and in 1991 Nankang received the CE marking, certifying that its products comply with European Union directives. Four years before that, Nankang received a Q1 certificate from the Ford Motor Company (the company has worked together with the Ford group for many years). Nankang also owns the brands Sonar Tire (car tyres) and Roadiac (motorcycle tyres).
Fuel efficiency is rated from A to G on a colour-coded scale. The highest fuel efficiency rating is A (green; the lowest rolling resistance), while the lowest fuel efficiency rating is G (red; the highest rolling resistance). Rolling resistance influences fuel consumption and vehicle emissions; the lower the resistance, the lower the fuel consumption and exhaust fume emissions.
Wet grip is the tyre's ability to adhere to the road surface in wet conditions. The EU rating focuses only on the wet braking performance of the tyre. Wet grip is rated from A to G, where A represents the best braking performance and G represents the worst. It is one of the most crucial safety parameters.
Tyres contribute to the amount of noise a vehicle generates. Choosing a tyre with a good noise rating will lower the impact of your driving on the surrounding environment.
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