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Nokian WR D4 205/55 R16 91 H RUN ON FLAT

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Tyre size:
205/55 R16
Speed index:
H = max 130 mph
Load index:
91 = max 615 kg
Season:
Winter
Vehicle type:
Car
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  • Delivery time: 4-5 working days

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    4.5
    Rating: Worth recommending 111150 266 reviews
    Label:
    E B 69 dB
    E B 69 dB
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Summary: 4.5 Summary: Overall rating is a weighted average of individual performance, not the arithmetic mean. Some of a tyre’s features have a greater impact on the overall assessment, while some will have a lesser impact. 266 reviews

worth recommending
  • Costs: Influence of the tyre on car running costs. 111140 4.4
  • Comfort: Influence of the tyre on driving comfort. 111150 4.5
  • Drivability: Influence of the tyre on drivability. 111150 4.5

266 customers have rated this tyre

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  • 4 95 people
  • 3 13 people
  • 2 1 people
  • 1 1 people

95% of users recommend this tyre

95%

We have been collecting information about this tyre for 693 days. In that time we have received 266 reviews.
The total distance driven by our customers is 1343000 miles.

The highest rated parameter is: the grip on a wet surface.

This tyre was reviewed by users driving city usually.

This tyre was reviewed by drivers who assess their driving style as moderate.

Latest Reviews:

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  • Opinion from outside the UK user: Mate
    Rating: 5.0 11111

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    4 people 5 people

    I've mounted the Nokian WR D4 tyres over 2 months ago. I drove a little more than 750 miles on them with a 150 bhp car weighing 1.5 tons. Usually in the city. First thing that got my attention was the smell of rubber compound. That's very unusual. From what I've read Nokian added canola oil to the mixture, maybe this caused such an unusual effect. These tires really smell like no other. I don't pay much attention to the appearance of the tread, for me it's completely irrelevant. For me, the tyre needs to be effective when it comes to draining water, mud and snow as well as breaking distance. On second place i'd put the noise level and the third thing is rolling resistance. But I must admit that this tread is unique in appearance and looks quite nice. As for traction; On the dry the tyre firmly grips the road and is very quiet, not squealing on curves. At high speeds on the highway tyre noise did not bother me at all, it is minimal and for that Nokian is to be commended. I had the opportunity to ride in the city during really heavy rains which turned roads into rivers and so I am delighted how well this tire can cope with the water.At 45mph in such conditions, I only heard sough of traversed water, and the car felt like it was sticked with a glue. Rut with water? For those tires it does not matter. Braking? At the 45 mph, in these rainy conditions, the car felt like if it was driving on the dry road. As for the winter conditions of snow it was maybe a couple of days and the tires were good. On the slush also all great. But it is not enough to somehow verify their effectiveness and to issue reliable opinions. As for the rolling resistance is not noted a higher combustion When you change summer tires (Pirelli) with these winter tires, but i refrain from evaluation because of a small run on these Nokian WR D4. I won't judge thei durability neither because of distance. In my opinion premium tires all have similar parameters. If you have a slow 300-400 pounds and wish to buy winter tires then i honestly recommend them. If not, try Barums, but in my opinion it is worth investing in Nokians, in the end is the only part of the car which directly connects it to the surface ... Final statement - since i usually have little time to get to work in the morning i'm very glad Nokian WR D4 can take me there swiftly and safely.
  • Opinion from outside the UK user: Peter T
    Rating: 3.8 111800

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    2 people 0 people

    The Nokian WR D4 keeps cool as well fitted on the car with more than 300 hp. First impression - at above + 10 ° C during braking from high speeds the tyre terribly bends (i know it should be used when it's colder but still) - enough so that you think that you are driving on the rims. They also make strange sound during braking (something like this specifically hums and whistles, oddly enough from the beginning I thought that I did keep coming brakes) Second thing is that Nokian WR D4 are rather durable. A few days driving in dodatnch temperature, some faster braked suddenly have 10 thousand miles instead of 8 mm tread close to 7 mm. Any super-aggressive driving, most highway and is classified as the biggest downsides of the tire. On the plus side? Adhesives for dry better than a summer tire type Dunlop Sport Max On wet at all a revelation because I virtually can ride as if there was no water on the road. Overally: you should buy them even if you hadn't heard of them before, but if You are driving on a lot I'm sure the will last a few seasons so it's hard not to recommend them.
  • Opinion from outside the UK user: Rocco
    Rating: 5.0 1111100

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    2 people 0 people

    I bought Nokian WR D4 to replace Pirelli Winter Snowcontrol 185/60 R15, and during summer i use of Michelin Energy Saver in the same size. I decided to buy Nokian in "XL" version with a load index 88 instead of 84 to get more support and I do not regret the choice at all. This new Nokian rubber proved to be a very good decision. In terms of grip on dry, wet and snow, all compared to the old Pirelli, Michelin is compared to the summer, with respect to which these Nokian also offer lower fuel consumption and noise levels slightly lower, despite the winter geometry and the greater load index. My car now offers great comfort with the soft suspension, but it gives great opportunity for sports maneuvering, as the tread a little 'tight; nevertheless, I found more grip than the Michelin summer, which amazed me. Throughout the winter, in which I have traveled about 10,000 miles, the tread has worn by ONE millimeter. Ultimately, I could not claim to be more happy with this purchase. Last, but not least, the Oponeo service was good and fast.
  • Opinion from outside the UK user: Martin
    Rating: 3.4 111400

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    0 people 1 people

    Hello, there were many positive reviews I have to express my opinion on Nokian WR D4 tires. Traction and breaking on snow as well as wet is pretty good but i was hoping it'd be a bit better. The noise a little quieter than my Michelins primacy Hp. And that would be enough. Now a negative impression. The tire is the index of H, but goes on it above 140km / h (weather conditions good and dry road), unfortunately the car gets unstable sometimes but probably because it's quite heavy and even Michelins felt that way. Otherwise the traction is satisfactory . I've never experienced anything like this for the summer, so on dry pavement advise against. To 140km / h the tire meets your expectatnions but above that Nokian WR D4 werent so good during July / September 2015 (but still that was the time when summer tyres should've been used so i got those fitted little too early.
  • Opinion from outside the UK user: AceLevy
    Rating: 4.9 111190

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    1 people 1 people

    It is true that I do not have Nokian WR D4 for long, but I managed to do 1500 miles already. I tested it both out and in the city, because I traveled a lot lately. On a dry surface they behave really well. For wet (and a lot of rain recently) I was very pleasantly surprised, because I did not feel much of a difference. But most surprised me is how the tires allow you to correct mistakes on the slippery surface whether it's snow or soft ice. I have repeatedly made the mistake of giving too much gas while cornering (at this point it's probably just the spikes would have helped), the car began to fly, but after rapid correction of gas and counterattacks on wheels - Nokian WR D4 immediately caught traction again. Really highly recommended Nokian - I will recommend them to my faily and friends.

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Nokian WR D4 205/55 R16 91 H RUN ON FLAT

The presented tyre is marked with 3PMSF symbol (Three Peak Mountain Snow Flake). It means that the tyre meets the EU requirements for winter tyres. The symbol is awarded after thorough tests of a tyre model in terms of snow grip.

Technology description: Do you need a durable and reliable winter tyre that can deal with extreme weather conditions? This innovation from the Finnish leader on the tyre market provides excellent driving quality, safety and the comfort of travelling.

Its optimised tread pattern guarantees an excellent grip and precise driving no matter the surface type. Each tread block and sipe was designed individually, so the tyre perfectly performs its function on wet, snowy and icy surfaces.

Driving precision and control is also supported by the tyre's central rib, sectionally equipped with sipes.

With this, the tyre quickly responds to the movements of the steering wheel, even when travelling on the most demanding surfaces.

Each side of the rib is supplied with small tread blocks, densely notched with sipes. It’s thanks to these that its performance isn’t affected in the snow. The grooves lead the tyre across the surface and, at the same time, ensure that the whole tread maintains its stiffness and, therefore, complete performance in such conditions.

Slush? Nokian WR D4 winter tyre also has a solution for this.

The quick and effective removal of slush and regular water is ensured by the polished grooves located on the sides of the tyre.

Driving in deep snow, on straight roads and on bends is taken care of by the deep bevels on the sides of tyre shoulders.

If you appreciate an economical drive and you are not indifferent to environmental conditions, then the Nokian WR D4 is a good solution. With the use of Nokian Twin Trac Silica rubber compound, which contains natural rubber, rape oil and silica, rolling resistance has been reduced. Consequently, fuel consumption is lower and less carbon dioxide is emitted into the atmosphere.

What’s interesting, is that the tyre is also fitted with a tread wear indicator. The numbers presented in the photo stand for the deepness of the tyre’s main grooves in mm. Individual digits wear off along with the wear of the tyre tread. The snowflake remains on the tyre as the last symbol. It’s visible when the tyre tread is at least 4 mm deep, and once it disappears, the tyre no longer ensures the full safety.

Information on the manufacturer: Nokian is the only manufacturer worldwide that specialises in winter tyres designed for extreme northern conditions. Since the tyres are adapted to changing weather conditions, they also perform excellently in the variable weather prevailing in Poland. It is the first company in the world to supply winter tyres and the first one to produce ecological tyres with the use of low-aromatic oils. Nokian Tyres was founded in 1988, but its history dates back to 1898 when they established a Finnish rubber factory called Suomen Gummitehdas Oy.

Its optimised tread pattern guarantees an excellent grip and precise driving no matter the surface type. Each tread block and sipe was designed individually, so the tyre perfectly performs its function on wet, snowy and icy surfaces.

Driving precision and control is also supported by the tyre's central rib, sectionally equipped with sipes.

With this, the tyre quickly responds to the movements of the steering wheel, even when travelling on the most demanding surfaces.

Each side of the rib is supplied with small tread blocks, densely notched with sipes. It’s thanks to these that its performance isn’t affected in the snow. The grooves lead the tyre across the surface and, at the same time, ensure that the whole tread maintains its stiffness and, therefore, complete performance in such conditions.

Slush? Nokian WR D4 winter tyre also has a solution for this.

The quick and effective removal of slush and regular water is ensured by the polished grooves located on the sides of the tyre.

Driving in deep snow, on straight roads and on bends is taken care of by the deep bevels on the sides of tyre shoulders.

If you appreciate an economical drive and you are not indifferent to environmental conditions, then the Nokian WR D4 is a good solution. With the use of Nokian Twin Trac Silica rubber compound, which contains natural rubber, rape oil and silica, rolling resistance has been reduced. Consequently, fuel consumption is lower and less carbon dioxide is emitted into the atmosphere.

What’s interesting, is that the tyre is also fitted with a tread wear indicator. The numbers presented in the photo stand for the deepness of the tyre’s main grooves in mm. Individual digits wear off along with the wear of the tyre tread. The snowflake remains on the tyre as the last symbol. It’s visible when the tyre tread is at least 4 mm deep, and once it disappears, the tyre no longer ensures the full safety.

Information on the manufacturer: Nokian is the only manufacturer worldwide that specialises in winter tyres designed for extreme northern conditions. Since the tyres are adapted to changing weather conditions, they also perform excellently in the variable weather prevailing in Poland. It is the first company in the world to supply winter tyres and the first one to produce ecological tyres with the use of low-aromatic oils. Nokian Tyres was founded in 1988, but its history dates back to 1898 when they established a Finnish rubber factory called Suomen Gummitehdas Oy.

Nokian WR D4 winter tyre is classified as premium tyre, which means that it provides modern technology and maximum performance.
Now, you are looking at the tyre with the size of 205/55 R16.
The tyre is currently available in sizes from 14 to 20 inches.
This tyre has a speed index of H - the maximum speed at which you can drive on this tyre is 130 mph. The load index of this tyre is 91 - the maximum load that can be carried by the tyre is 615 kg.
The labelling of the tyre includes the following classes: E (rolling resistance), B (wet grip), 69 db (noise level).
The presented tyre has the following features:
  • RUN FLAT function (enables you to drive after air pressure loss)

Label

Tyre Nokian WR D4 in size 205/55 R16 91 H, according to information given by manufacturer, it has the following driveability parameters:

  • E
  • B
  • 69 dB
E B 69 dB

Fuel efficiency (rolling distance)

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

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.

Noise

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.

Tyre tests

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ACE/GTÜ test in size: 225/50 R17 rating: recommended