Bridgestone Turanza ER300

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Bridgestone Turanza ER300

Bridgestone ER300 is a premium class summer tyre for passenger cars, which drivers value confidence in driving in difficult conditions and in high velocities. It was equipped with big variety of solutions, which guarantee safe, comfortable ride. The tyre performs perfectly on dry surface, providing best handling and full control over the vehicle even in high velocities. Smooth system of water removal provides good grip on the wet surface, which, in summer, can surprise the driver. Thanks to this tyre both the driver and the passengers can feel confident in different conditions. Bridgestone ER300, thanks to smart tread shape, provides quiet and safe ride. The model was designed for muting the noise, which can lead to serious discomfort.

The side of the tyre and flange modernisation provide quiet drive reduce vibrations. The tyre performs excellent on dry surface, even in high velocity. Acoustic solutions, apart from reducing noise and vibrations, provide also good handling and grip. Bridgestone ER300 performs well also in wet conditions, thanks to efficient system of water removal.

Thanks to proper modification of tread blocks and introducing safe circumferential grooves, the water is effectively removed from the tyre surface, which reduces the risk of aquaplaning and losing control over the vehicle. Bridgestone ER300, with big variety of features in terms of safety and comfort, provides also long term exploitation period. The durability is achieved thanks to rubber compound with high amount of silica and additional component, which has positive effect on the durability. Thanks to this the tyre wears even, providing high level of safety and comfort.





Bridgestone is an Asian concern, which exists since 1931. To this concern belong 100 companies all over the world, in which, apart from own brand, tyres such as: Firestone, Road King, Seiberling, Peerless, Dayton and Gilette are manufactured. Bridgestone specialises in premium class tyres with the best parameters and perfect quality in all weather conditions on different road surfaces.

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Bridgestone Turanza ER300

3.8 Average rating on the performance
  • 4.5/5 Dry surface
  • 4.2/5 Wet surface
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    185/60 R14

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    I'm not a person who gets delighted with differences and the things they have. I thought about bying new summer tyres for a long time, I looked through ADAC tests, Auto Express, boards, discussion groups, etc. I hesitated for very long (because Bridgestone Turanza ER300s weren't cheap in comparison to other tyres [such as Uniroyals which I almost bought]) but because of the fact that I appreciate high safety level and I am careful, that I decided to spend more money and buy them... and I really don't regret it! Of course, I bought the whole set and do not regret the money spent on it, in my opinion they are the best tyres I've been using in the summer. On dry they grip as if the car was glued, on wet it's really difficult for me (especially in the city) to make ABS work when braking, water from big puddels is sensationally drained (of course, to reasonable extent), I feel really safe in the rain and finally have complete control over what I am doing :-) When it comes to comfort and noise level, they are averagely quiet when you drive slowly (so the'y not so sensational), but at high speeds above 85-90 MPH it is very good, so overall it's fine. The appearance is average (not bad, it's just normal, it doesn't look sporty or badly but they have to provide grip, not look good! And don't assess them by looks, they're worth buying because of the quality, not the appearance!) but I'm not complaining. To sum up, I sincerely recommend Bridgestone Turanza ER300 (really, don't hesitate, if you have the will to spend a few more pounds, then it's worth to get the Turanzas). Finally, I know (I mainly bought these tyres because of the rain, and poor condition of roads with big puddles) that the car grips the road (I repeat, to reasonable extent, because there are people who say they go over 80 MPH in the rain and they will, until something happens...). I recommend to anyone that cares about the safety of themselves and others! Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    2000 - 5000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    -

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    Sorcerer

    over 2 years ago
  • 185/60 R14

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    I bought these tyres basing on ADAC test results and reviews written on this website and I'm not disappointed. Bridgestone Turanza ER300s are very good tyres, and certainly the best I've ever driven on. On dry the car goes like it was glued, on wet it's cool, I tried emergency braking after rainfall and I was surprised by the grip. Also, they are very comfortable, bumps became less annoying, balancing is no problem, no vibrations on the steering wheel, no "nervousness" in handling even at high speeds, quiet (it's a relief after driving on factory Matadors when it comes to noise level and driving comfort), however I don't know if after a certain distance done they have'nt become a little bit louder, than in the moment they were new, but still can't complain about the noise. It's hard for me to say something more about abrasion, because it's the first season I've been using these tyres, but I didn't notice any excessive wear, but on the other hand I don't expect an extraordinary life span, because I think it is impossible to combine sensational grip with minimal abrasion. I chose the grip. Cons - I think there aren't any. I find the opinions about the appearance far from true - rounded sides? Every tyre has rounded sides, more or less, this one maybe has a little more rounded ones, but I like it (a matter of personal taste), and besides, I don't think it's the most important feature of the tyre. I recommend. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    -

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    Walter

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

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    Bridgestone Turanza ER300s are great tyres, but in my car they have one major drawback (I know that in Audi A6 the situation is similar because I read one user's comment) - the edge parts of the tyres wear faster than the whole. I checked the alignment and everything is perfect, but the outside bar has wear indexes already visible (and the central grooves still have about 7 mm depth). Perhaps it is because of the fact that in my model the standard size was 195/65R15. I'd have to check it because form 2003, when the facelifted Volvo V70 appeared on the market, 205/55R16 tyres were fitted and alignment settings might have been slightly altered. generally, it's a great tyre. I drive a lot and fast. Before I bought them, I read a lot of different comments, and decided to get the Bridgestones. In dry conditions they are sensational, not too loud, not too soft, not too hard, they finely match the suspension of the Volvo. When it comes to performance on wet, it is also difficult to complain about them, because in spite of my fast driving, I never managed to "overdo" with speed. I rated their abrasion at 4, because of these worn sides, but if it wore evenly, it would be 5, or maybe 6. I recommend, if you like the feeling of confidence on the road. Despite "side-swerving" I still think about buying them again, because safety is the most important thing, and these tyres give the feeling of such. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    Volvo V70

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    Jacob

    over 2 years ago
  • 195/50 R15

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    My tyre size is 195/50R15, the car is a 1998 Honda Civic 3D. The tyres are fitted to the front. I do not recommend to fit it to wheels narrower than 6.5J. I have them fitted to 5.5J and thay are terrible on such wheels! Pros - the tyre provides great braking on both dry and wet! There are no problems with driving in ruts, they don't swerve and they drain water better than winter tyres do. They are really comfortable, my 175/65R14 winter tyres are harder than them. Bridgestone Turanza ER300s are definitely better than eg. Toyo Proxes T1-R, Falken ZE 512s and 912s, Yokohama C drives 185/60R14. Cons - they're terrible in the corners, they have grip but "curl" terribly, in the corners they lose it on horizontal bumps, which is is their biggest drawback. In my opinion, the sidewall is a bit too soft like in T1-R, PX4 will probably be fitted next, because their sidewall is apparently harder. Loud, so far I haven't used any tyres louder than that. My overall rating is 4, I recommend bridgestone Turanza ER300s to people who drive safely and want to have a tire with excellent braking properties on both wet and dry. I don't recommend them for fast corners, especially for wheels narrower than 6.5J. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    below 2000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Honda Civic V 1.5i

    Overall assessment:

    3.0

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    vengador

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/60 R16

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    I have noticed something interesting. In our four company cars Bridgestone Turanza ER300s with speed index H - 130 MPH were fitted, but because of manufacturer approvals (higher engine displacement) the next two cars were fitted with tyres with speed index V - 149 MPH. I recently talked with an engineer who is a friend of mine, who explained the differences in construction of tyres with indexes H and V to me. When the wheel speed increases eg. twice, inertia forces affecting the tyre increase four times in "speed square". So, as a result, better materials and more plies are needed. The conclusion was as follows, the tyre with speed index V and more plies is stiffer than the H-indexed one. The second notice - the higher the speed index, the more the required construction increases rolling resistance. On the road it turned out that actually the H-indexed tyre is more flexible, and provides higher comfort. After driving 20 thousand miles last year and fitting the tyres this season, I do not have any objections. As for tyres with V index, it's hard for me to assess them. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    -

    Overall assessment:

    3.4

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 3/5

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    Mario

    over 2 years ago
  • 185/60 R14

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    When someone punctured my first set of Bridgestone Turanza ER300s, I did not even hesitate for a moment - I bought them again. I really can't complain about anything! They are really great. I am positively surprised by their abrasion and I drive fast and a lot. Average daily distance is about 100 miles - 60 miles outside and 40 in the city. I know that the tyres should be the same regardless of the factory, but the ones from Spain just glued to the road. The tyres which probably were from Italian plant had a bit worse grip - it can be sensed. Why? What makes the difference? If they start to lose grip, I'll get them again if there will be no better one in ADAC and other tests... Maybe the point is we quickly get used to good tyres. And what's the point in looking for drawbacks if the tyres cause no problems? And why do we have thoughts that the drivers who have trouble with tyres are in the better position? If you are looking for safety, driving comfort and sports performance, I can definitely recommend Bridgestone Turanza ER300s. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    below 2000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    -

    Overall assessment:

    3.4

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    Paul

    over 2 years ago
  • 195/60 R15

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    I chose Bridgestone Turanza ER300, because of Bridgestone tyres being used in F1, and on the day of purchase it was the most expensive tyre in the workshop, but after a 25% discount for permanent customers it appeared to be the cheapest of three selected brands, next to Continental and Michelin. After driving over35 000 miles I can say that the tyre is perfect for my driving style. It's really difficult to lose grip when starting on dry, it gives a great fieeling of confidence in the corners, you can easily sense the moment of grip loss. The tyre suprised me he most in the rain, as it's very reliable and predictable. No problems with starting, or cornering. Braking distance lengthens only slightly. I don't recommend it for snow and slush! It's a summer tyre after all, and in such conditions it works great, in the rain it's sensational. Abrasion level even after such a distance and with my driving style is very low. To sum up, a good tyre with long life span for English rain conditions, even with aggressive driving. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    -

    Overall assessment:

    4.0

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    randy

    over 2 years ago
  • 185/60 R14

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    Generally OK but there are two things that annoyed me from the beginning of use. The first drawback is increased noise level in the car. Also it gets less audible proportionally to speed increase, but that's because it gets muffled by the sound of air whistling around the car.The car is definitely quieter on winter Goodyears. The second problem is reduced driving comfort. I noticed an increase of suspension stiffness, my car has become "stiffer". My tyres have profile 60, and I have an impression as if it was 35-40! If you prefer high driving comfort then i don't recommend buying this tyre, but if the comfort isn't important to you, then it's a right choice to buy these tyres. Handling is great on both dry and wet surface. Great in the corners and on straights, even ruts aren't a problem. I don't assess their abrasion, I'll get new ones when these wear out. But I can't say if they'll be Bridgestones Turanza ER300s again. I'm satisfied, but far from "delighted". It's because of the low driving comfort. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    below 2000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    Ford

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    ZIBBY

    over 2 years ago
  • 185/60 R14

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    I did about 12 thousand miles on these tyres and so far I am very satisfied. The most important thing to me was that the tyre had to be the most effective in braking on wet and... I wasn't disappointed! As for me, they behave sensationally on wet. I even did some "try-out" braking on wet and I hit the brake pedal to the floor at about 50 MPH. On smooth, wet pavement my car stopped almost on the spot. ABS switched on as usual, but only for a brief moment. Another anvantage is the handling in the corners... excellent on dry, very good on wet. I'm just waiting to see how many miles I will do on them, because so far they appear to have little wear. The drawback for me is handling in the ruts. You have to hold the steering wheel firmly because it may sverve when coming out of a rut. But for me it's not a problem, and a big advantage is excellent braking on wet. I know that if they last 30 thousand miles, the next purchase will be Birdgestone Turanza ER300 again! Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Seat Alhambra Van

    Overall assessment:

    4.6

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    Arthur

    over 2 years ago
  • 225/45 R17

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    I've been driving for a year on Bridgestone Turanza ER300s now, Previously I had many other, so-called "sports" tyres such as Dunlop SP Sport 9000, Michelin Primacy, Pirelli PZero Rosso, even Bridgestone Potenza RE050. None of these can match the quality of ER300! Do you know why? Because sports tyres always have some "issues". Every tyre has its strong and weak points. These tyres are good in all aspects. Even side slides on wet road or in the mountains are not a problem, the tyres won't even squeal, and the car is constantly under control, it may be also the credit of a powerful 4WD but I can sense how much credit here is for the tyres, and they really give a lot! I can't complain about anything, during the use they never gave me any negative thoughts about their behaviour. Quiet, great in all conditions. Think twice before spending your money on loud "triangular" treads or overpaying for the Continentals or Michelins which aren't better than the ER300 :) Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    -

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    Matt

    over 2 years ago
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    Opinion from outside the UK

    Since January 2005 I've been reading what I could find about different tyre models. ER300 was the leader of many tests. I don't remember what was the reason of purchase (certainly not the price as they weren't cheap), I fitted two to check them out. First few miles were very disappointing - I wanted to fit my Barum Bravuris 2s back! But after about 350 miles they showed their true potential which ensured me I made a good choice. They handle well on both dry and wet. They lead the car where I want, and they're very predictable. No matter of the surface is dry or wet, braking is very good. Rolling resistance is maybe a little higher than on stock Firestones and Bravuris and are a bit lounder because of that, but it's not annoying. When it comes to abrasion, I did about 35 000 miles on them and I'm sure they will do well till the end of this season. I wrote that I'll buy them egain for 95%. I left that 5% in case someone convinced me to get something better. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Seat Cordoba II 1.9 TDI (81kW)

    Overall assessment:

    4.6

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    Scrappy

    over 2 years ago
  • 185/60 R14

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    The first thing I learned about Bridgestone Turanza ER300s is the fact they placed 2nd out of all the tyres tested in Auto Express, and it was a promising fact. When it comes to rolling resistance and noise level, they are very good. They're sensational when it comes to grip on dry and in really sharp turns at high speeds. braking distance and starting is very good. On wet they are very good but if we enter the corner at a higher speed the front has the tendency to swerve to the outside lane... but it's more bacause of the specs of the Civic's long front. Unfortunately, they are really slippery on the snow, but my Honda is a very light car and 185 is not a good width for winter. On the ice they are useless. I did quite a few miles ofter the snowfall and I thought I'd get myself killed - it's just a very good summer tyre. I don't recommend 195/55R15 - I had such in a Fabia II and it had swerved to outside lanes in the corners after the rain. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    -

    Overall assessment:

    3.4

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 3/5

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    Oz

    over 2 years ago
  • 195/55 R15

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    Bridgestone Turanza ER300s are exemplary tyres, that's what I can say after using them on both front and rear axles in the summer and once in winter (!). Although the latter was mainly to practice winter driving skills because this is obviously not the season they're designed for. Precise, quiet, comfortable and, what is strange, they do not squeal during quick starts or braking. They are sensational on both dry and wet. They transfer the movements of the steering wheel to front wheels very precisely and allow to sense the surface in a proper way. I always have them inflated to the pressure recommended by the manufacturer of the car - 2.7 bar on the front - rubber compound is really hard but handles fine and rolls very smoothly. It can be sensed that rolling resistance is lower than on 2.2 bar, as well as fuel consumption. I don't have any objections about the quality of the tyres. The ones that I have are made in France. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Honda Civic V 1.8 16V (4/114.3)

    Overall assessment:

    4.5

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    Chris

    over 2 years ago
  • 195/60 R14

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    Asymmetric tyres are generally good for rear axles, but they have a tendency for feathering. However, reinforced blades which are connected on the edge are a great opposition to this phenomenon. Also, a bit worse grip on wet can be sensed. When it comes to Bridgestone Turanza ER300, there are no signs of feathering. Very quiet. Previous Bridgestone tyres with symmetric tread pattern got significantly feathered, the noise level increased very much, but the distance driven was 85000 miles in 6 years. It's difficult to assess rolling resistance and fuel consumption in the econimical aspect, the vehicle is usually used with a minimum recommended load. The appearance of the tyre won't satisfy pedants, but the tyre's practical, resistant to suburban holes. After ca. 40 000 miles there's still about 5 mm tread in the tyre's central part. On the sides it has lower, "stock" tread. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    Ford Escort

    Overall assessment:

    3.4

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 3/5

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    Peter

    over 2 years ago
  • 185/60 R14

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    I've been using these tyres for a few seasons now. I bought them after reading numerous reviews, as well as due to very good assessments in summer tyre tests. Pros: The tyre's hard, grips well in the corners, both on wet and dry which does the job with an aggressive driving style. Very durable, nothing happens to them. Cons: because the tyre's hard, every bump can be felt, rolling resistance is average, after about 24 000 miles its parameters are not as good as in the beginning, but still do the job. An additional drawback is the financial aspect, because the price is too high as for now. Conclusion: if you are looking for a good, durable tyre and like aggressive driving style, Bridgestone Turanza ER300 is for you, but if you prefer to drive economically and comfortably, a better solution would be eg. a Michelin Energy Saver. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    Skoda Fabia Hatchback

    Overall assessment:

    4.1

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    Charles

    over 2 years ago
  • 195/65 R15

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    The Bridgestone Turanza ER300 I bought are H-indexed in the size 195/65R15. You shouldn't expect much silence - they're quite loud, especially above 65 MPH, the abrasion is also clearly visible. The construction of the tyre is relatively "soft". Perhaps the V-indexed tyre behaves better - but I don't have any comparison opportunities. I recommend to inflate them about 0.2 bar more than recommended - otherwise get a bit "feebly". As for the pros: they keep the given direction very well, have clear advantage over other tyres on wet. During a sudden start they squeal significantly less than any other tyres I have used. I think that you can expect a more durable and quieter tyre for such price ( I bought them for about 65 pounds per tyre). I don't know if I buy them again, despite their numerous advantages. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Honda Accord 2.0

    Overall assessment:

    3.4

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    j@zon

    over 2 years ago
  • 215/55 R16

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    Opinion from outside the UK

    The Bridgestone Turanza ER300 were stock tyres fitted to a new car I bought. Previously I mostly used Goodyear Excellences. The tyre p;rovides good braking on dry pavement, grips properly in the corners, transmits toruqe very well during overtaking. You shouldn't expect anything more than that from such a tyre and it's all what I can positively say about this tyre. Cons: Very loud! Can't even be compared to Goodyear Excellence, it's even louder than winter Ultra Grips, which is terrible. Total aquaplaning! A 1,5 ton car with three people on board driving through a thin layer of water can drift forward at the speed of 60-65 MPH already - it's a total disaster. To sum up, I'm gonna wear this trash off as soon as I can and look for a different tyre. Or gonna move to the south of Europe for the summer. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    below 2000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    VW Passat 3C

    Overall assessment:

    2.6

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 2/5

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    luk

    over 2 years ago
  • 195/55 R16

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    Bridgestone Turanza ER300s are very good tyres. I have them as factory tyres in my Fiat Grande Punto 1.3 JTD Multijet (1.3 diesel 90 hp, 200 Nm engine). The tyres are definitely for the spring - summer - autumn season, so I didn't assess traction on snow and ice. Very durable. After 25 thousand miles of moderate driving, mostly outside the city and a lot on motorways i can estimate the abrasion to be around 25%. i change my wheels between front and back and balance them every 10 000 miles. They are quiet, no humming, they don't transmit vibrations to the inside of the car. Very good braking and direction maintaining, precise handling in the corners. Overall, they are very good stock tyres. You can safely focus on the road, without thinking if the tyres will make it or not. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Fiat Grande Punto 1.3 JTD Multijet

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    Katie

    over 2 years ago
  • 195/65 R15

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    Opinion from outside the UK

    Bridgestone Turanza ER300 is a tyre with goop grip in everyday average use (without any crazy driving). The only drawback is, unfortunately, the noise level - and here I have to share the opinion of some reviewers - it is loud. Unfortunately. I bought them brand new (DOT 5206) and I have used them since July 2007 and it seems to me that the longer I use it, the louder it is - to compare, in current temperatures of 15 degrees the winter tyres that I took off were... quieter. Frankly speaking, you can get used to the noise over time - but I used quieter tyres (eg. Fulda Carat or Firestone Firehawk Fuelsavers in my Ford Mondeo). But it can be praised for high durability. About my future with them - I heard the new model of Turanza is quieter. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    -

    Overall assessment:

    3.4

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 3/5

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    ex-runner

    over 2 years ago
  • 185/60 R14

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    I looked through all possible sources before I bought the Bridgestone Turanza ER300s and I chose them because they weren't too expensive and had good feedback from users and achieved good results in ADAC tests. As a result, I don't care if I go on dry or on wet pavement (during 2500 miles done from September to November on these tyres I never managed to block the wheels). They also provide very good handling in the corners, generally they keep the car on the road very well. Even the flooded ruts are not a problem for them, and I am not one of those who slow down before the puddles on the road :P The tyres are really worth recommending, the price is very attractive for such good tyres. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    2000 - 5000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    -

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    Falcon

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

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    I got persuaded to buy Bridgestone Turanza ER300s by my friend, who bought ER300s from a seller on eBay. He organized a test, during which you could try out the ER300s and Potenza RE050 As. Opinions of me and my friend are unanimous, it's a tyre that grips great in the corners and has excellent traction regardless of weather conditions. While driving on wet pavement the car still has sensational grip. Previously I used Goodyear Eagle F1 GSD3s and especially on wet it was easy to lose traction, not to mention the abrasion was terrible. I am surprised that the opinions are so different, I have a feeling like some users were assessing completely different tyres. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    2000 - 5000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    -

    Overall assessment:

    3.4

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    Matt

    over 2 years ago
  • 225/45 R17

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    I wish I had there tyres on my car when I purchased it front Volvo but sadly they prefer Continental tyres which are far too soft for any style of driving... Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    Volvo V40 Hatchback II D3 (110kW)

    Overall assessment:

    4.8

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    Anthony Sumner

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

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    Good touring tyre, ideal on the rear for long motorway miles and A/B roads. Driven quite hard and grippy. (Have not used on the front) Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Ford Mondeo III 2.0 16V

    Overall assessment:

    4.6

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    JamesR

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Verified review

    good all round tyre these run flats good value wear well Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    BMW 1 Series Hatchback E87 118d (100kW)

    Overall assessment:

    5.0

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    n j b

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/60 R16

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    Quality tyres at knock down prices Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    2000 - 5000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Toyota Verso Van I 1.6 (97kW)

    Overall assessment:

    4.3

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    C batchelor

    over 2 years ago
  • 245/45 R18

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    quite tyre and drive smoothly Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    BMW 5 Series Touring F11 520d (147kW)

    Overall assessment:

    3.8

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 3/5

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    Sandy

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

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    Very good tyres and value Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    BMW 3 Series Sedan E90 320d

    Overall assessment:

    3.7

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    Gabriel

    over 2 years ago
  • 245/40 R19

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    Good value for the price Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    below 2000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    BMW 5 Series Sedan F10 520d (120kW)

    Overall assessment:

    4.8

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    John

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

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    Overall, the average tire, too much money. Much better to choose something Continental. Much cheaper and much better driveability. On dry asphalt somehow gives advice on wet is a tragedy, there is no mention of any stronger braking, ABS operates instantly, even with gentle touching the brake pedal. With the acceleration processes in the same way - on a dry road holding on wet asphalt stronger hitting the gas and the wheels lose traction, unfortunately. Cornering the early starts and you have to throw that in mind. Where is true for winter tyres enter quietly in corners at a speed of 90 km / h, it is unfortunately Brigestone 75 km / h, maximum 80. Until quite loud on some types of asphalt. The only plus is that it is quite durable. I made them approx. 70 thousand km. and still have 4-5 mm of the tread. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Toyota Avensis Sedan

    Overall assessment:

    3.0

    The grip on dry surface 3/5

    The grip on wet surface 2/5

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    mateo

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

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    On the tire przejeździłem 5 seasons. At the beginning it was ok. With time, however, worse was wet. A tire on a wet without notice can rapidly lose traction (eg. On the cusp). I was for this reason 2-3 unpleasant situations. The tire was older, the slower I had to ride in the wet (even if it was just a little wet and not much rain). On the dry I have no objections. However, such sudden and unexpected loss of grip on wet surfaces strongly discourage me to purchase it again. Tire likes to be warmed - in the wet better hold on the long aggressive driving - unfortunately, you never know when you cross the borders and lands in a ditch. In the rain really quiet recommended for drivers. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    Honda Civic Hatchback VIII 1.8 (103kW)

    Overall assessment:

    3.5

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 2/5

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    MK

    over 2 years ago
  • 195/60 R14

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    Tyres great. balances your great, nothing beats and hums. I had previously Barum Bravuris and I have to say that those of 100 km / h "singing" and from 160 km / h the noise was unbearable ... With my lack of aquaplaning size to about 100 km / h I drove about 35 thousand km and I do not see any special difference in a serious reduction in the tread, and I like to ride fast .... of course without burning rubber ;-). I chose these tyres because they have the 2005 high marks in tests and tests ADAC Autoświata and have no regrets. To re-purchase if you decide to not be anything else better. Definitely a buy on the internet. Regards Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    stembor

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

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    As long as the tyres loaded for a new car, or the appearance or quality. Even on a dry road can be normal for them to go but it is a veritable wet slide and this loud. Hopeless abrasion, after driving 40000 km were not suitable for use in practice and now landed in the trash and never again. I recommend avoid a big bow and do not suggest that the opinions here that are very good because many are already convinced that it is a very poor tyres and heavily overrated. And now it's time for something good, and this year the spring Passat will ride on Dunlopach SP Sport 9000 and the rest of the runs August slide on wet surfaces. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    2.6

    The grip on dry surface 3/5

    The grip on wet surface 3/5

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    Mario

    over 2 years ago
  • 185/60 R14

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    Tyres bought on this site. Customer service at a satisfactory level. As for the tyres - I bought 2 pieces at the front - before I had goodyear gp 2 (they were with the car) and they are much more comfortable. Do not carry the vibrations are much quieter, and generally I'm happy. abrasion 3, because a small distance. Auto stops well (I do not have abs and I've been able squeak - previously at moments), generally not crazy, even for me about how to ride, we will be glad to share my opinion. Appearance seriously nasty, but for the year will go to the back. For this price, you can buy in a shop Barumy. Good Luck! Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    below 2000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    3.4

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    mtz

    over 2 years ago
  • 195/55 R15

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    are good. Quiet, well suppress and keep well. They are quieter and more comfortable than a good Uniroyal winter tyres with a higher profile. They give a sense of stability to the drive axle - dry the rain I can let go of the steering wheel and (except for balance, pressure, convergence, etc) car rides like a tank and turns seem to overcome through the tip of your finger on the steering wheel. Even I did not think that the relatively low profile can be comfortable and it is! These slightly worn tyres and Goodyear NCT5 is like the sky and the earth. Those were tacky, loud, hard and no grip these are the exact opposite Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    sovereign

    over 2 years ago
  • 195/65 R15

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    Really great tyre. Cornering holds great. In general, self confident and behaves predictably in all conditions, and is probably the most important when buying better tyres. What is the noise before buying a bit hesitant but nevertheless chose this tyre because of the top positions in a number of tests. After 300 - 400 km have not noticed any sound, because they really are heard. I expected much noise and there appeared only a slight noise, which will quickly get used. Already tested a lot of tyres, every time I try to buy another but in this case probably remain for a long time on this tyre :) Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    Mariusz

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/50 R17

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    I had previously Michelin HP and ContiSportContact3 both were a lot better, a lot better stability when driving above 170km / h Grip in dry or better during more aggressive starting with 1 and then 2 are able to activate the system. The worst thing about these tires is that the depreciation of inequality is HORRIBLE! rubber is hard as concrete, ride comfort is tragic (excluding motorways). As soon as you want to get rid of the gum. I bought them tempted by the price of the promotion as a sale, and unfortunately it was better to make a better gum. Tires 205/50/17 Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    2000 - 5000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Volvo V50 Kombi I 2.0 D

    Overall assessment:

    3.1

    The grip on dry surface 3/5

    The grip on wet surface 3/5

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    Volvo V50

    over 2 years ago
  • 195/65 R15

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    With these tyres I'm very happy. Compared with the previous Continentalami are very quiet (Conti whistle on the highway and there is silence). Very well cope with driving on a wet road and water flooded ruts (well remove water). Dunlopy and Continentale for whom I think are ridden in this respect nothing. With rapid traction in the wet but I like to break off at the front of the drive is probably not surprising. On dry asphalt or straight away will not slip even when violent braking. I would definitely recommend. As I bought it too will be the next ER300 :) Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    wz120

    over 2 years ago
  • 225/55 R17

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    I have these tyres for a month and I can not give evaluation'' 6'' because it is a short distance run over me. To be honest I was worried a little bit fast clash of these tyres read by the reviews on here, but I do not see pathology. My driving style can be described as moderately fast. Meanwhile, riding on these tyres gives me a sense of security when cornering and wet (snow and ice but I have not tested this land of winter tyres). As for the noise you can say that normally. Certainly do not regret the purchase, but must they be so expensive? Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    2000 - 5000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    Zdzisław K.

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

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    Very good tyre for quite an affordable price. In fact, it may not be the most peaceful and at speeds above 120 km / h can recall quite clearly, however, about the general exercise for me perfectly. Although it is sometimes like pohałasować ride is very decent. For good traction wet and fully satisfactory control of the car on a dry, obviously the more about attrition as little more than 12000 km revelation, but I shall assess only after 30 - 40,000. Rolling resistance about general I am very zadowolny and I do not regret this purchase. Cheers and recommend) Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    Nukkle

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

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    Read user reviews for Toyota (possibly to such an extent that there are any problems, etc.) led me to the issue now opinion (I wanted the higher mileage) Braking on dry tyres feel like a bend-not slip like it was stuck and the car loses speed quickly (without the ABS-u). ride in the wet, braking, etc, generally rewelka.Zobaczymy the higher mileage and less tread the same conditions. (By the way I would go to different brands, Dunlop, Kleber, Pirelli, Goodyear, Michelin, and it's time for Bridgestone are tyres OKI and the choice is yours. :) Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    below 2000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    3.4

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    mlodzian

    over 2 years ago
  • 185/60 R14

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    After driving for two summers about 10000 km I can why not write about these tires. Bridgestone ER300 this was my first purchase in my life but not the last. Tires are great in every way. They are very quiet while driving only hear the engine, keep wet and dry conditions is great very good drainage, not great rolling resistance with size 185/60 R14 what is important in combustion and as cheap to purchase. My next purchase will also ER 300 unless they withdraw from the production. I recommend to all motorists because it is really worth it :) Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Honda Civic Aerodeck

    Overall assessment:

    4.7

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    Michał

    over 2 years ago
  • 185/60 R14

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    If someone is looking for tires for a quiet ride around town, it can confidently buy and be happy. The tire is quite hard, very slowly consumes. I do not recommend if you like poupalać. Tragedy is not there, but definitely worth it to buy something better. Keeping quite predictable, there is a sudden loss of grip and it's praises, even in the rain - I would even say that it is a tire that is more suitable for riding in the rain. I flew in from around the 150km/hw literally a wall of rain and I had no soul on his shoulder, good to lead. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    2000 - 5000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    Honda Civic Hatchback VI 1.6 16V

    Overall assessment:

    3.3

    The grip on dry surface 3/5

    The grip on wet surface 3/5

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    Tomek

    over 2 years ago
  • 185/60 R15

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    Far too many of them, I can not say, because only drove about 1000 km. Compared to the previous, which I had (Michelin Energy XH1), I can say that the car keeps better in the wet and even braking on both wet and dry asphalt decreased. What to wear, I think it would be higher, because they are softer than the Michelin, but thanks to better hold the surface. Noise level confounds expectations. A little less attractive sidewall. Before buying guided by the views and opinions on the Internet and in magazines, which fared much good. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    below 2000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    3.4

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    Jaro

    over 2 years ago
  • 225/55 R17

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    My worst life choice ... first 25tys. km was ok it was only later that tragedy. They work so loud that you can not drive safely! Horribly loud! tyres are defective .... pity that not even a year warranty sturdy ... worse than embarrassment for Toyota, which is in this situation, washes his hands i do not acknowledge that there was some defect (reliability statistics may not be as great as other toyota not I admit to faults) I wish zeczywistość is different!! People do not buy that shit .... waste of time and money nerves .... Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    2.6

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 3/5

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    Coach

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

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    true beauty of a good tyre, you want to include a bell buy and I bet the Bridgestone Turanza ER300, I had a series founded and scored the first two bells in my life, the continental dunlopie or something like that I experienced, the tyres did not inhibit outright slide on the asphalt. I was fine with AC because I'd be in the back 90 thousand: (, I have a driver's license for 17 years and driven over 500tys km. while using other cars I had different tyres from Debica after some barumy ;) I definitely recommend dunlop. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    2.3

    The grip on dry surface 2/5

    The grip on wet surface 2/5

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    szymek@usa.com

    over 2 years ago
  • 185/65 R15

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    I Bridgestony year from new car. Previous operated for 9 years. Previous never failed me and I rode as much as she gave power plant. After the change to the new felt so enormous difference that is not to be described. Specifically tested the new tyres in hard cornering. Stick like glue. I bought the new tyres Bridgestony. You have to admit that the technology she went hard to the front. Are much harder than the previous winter tyres (2 Klebery and 2 Vikings). Rides on them as the year - of course, without a dry or wet snow. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    5.0

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    jareko

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/60 R15

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    Normal, modern tyre, with no noticeable flaws. I do not regret the purchase. Draws attention to certain stable behavior during high-speed driving on highways overseas. Accurate, objective comparison with other similar categories, it is a task for specialists. I have not tested these tyres, but I've used in traffic. These assessments therefore reflect only the subjective experience of driving a particular car, in good condition. I took into account the experience of previous use another reputable manufacturer of tyres. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    3.4

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    Jacek

    over 2 years ago
  • 195/65 R15

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    I bought based on ADAC test. Tyres were very good when they were new. Seemed to be perfect. Unfortunately, a lot of driving and it turned out that they were the fastest overlapping tyres I've had. With abrasion began to deteriorate, of course, its performance. At this time, I begin "wear" on the wet, and the tags are a little lacking. Generally recommended for people who drive a car only in "Sunday in the activist" and for those who drive a lot, but they can afford the annual purchase of new tyres. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Skoda Octavia

    Overall assessment:

    2.6

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 3/5

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    RN

    over 2 years ago
  • 195/60 R15

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    Tyre cool! Wet little outgoing GY Hydragip that I had before, but wyząbkowały and after one season to be thrown away! On a dry, precise, no squealing around corners. No teething :). As good in the wet, but the loss of traction, the aquaplaning behaves a little nervous. The same resistance to aquaplaning very good. The tyre is very quiet. Minor drawback is the increased sensitivity of the rut car, but the overall use Turanzy is a pleasure. After one season, the ER300 know by now that I do not want other summer tyres! Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    Bazant

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

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    Owner for the second set. I think it is a good abrasion - I've done about 75,000 miles on the set at the 140 hp diesel engine with front wheel drive I think is a good result. Tyre to end really acted super - without any teething, noise or loss of adhesion. I think it is important to buy tyres Made in France (I've heard about those other things). Great grip on wet and dry - with vigorous traction do not squeal and rarely starts ABS braking. I would recommend because of size 205/55 R16 excel really great. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Skoda Octavia II Kombi 2.0 TDI (103kW)

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    mack

    over 2 years ago
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Delivery 2-3 working days

163 £
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Delivery 2 working days

165 £
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Delivery 2-3 working days

208 £
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Delivery 2 working days

218 £
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Delivery 2 working days

241 £
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Warranty
Warranty

Bridgestone Turanza ER300 Tyre warranty

  • The manufacturer assures the highest quality of workmanship and materials of its products,
  • Warranty is provided for a period of 5 years from the date of manufacture,
  • The warranty covers any defects and damage that occurred through the fault of the manufacturer,
  • In the case of an accepted complaint, the tires will be repaired, replaced with new ones or you will receive an appropriate discount for the purchase of new ones (depending on the degree of wear of the advertised tires).