Goodyear Vector 4Seasons

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Goodyear Vector 4Seasons

Goodyear Vector 4Seasons tyre tests:

2016: ACE test in size 205/55 R16; rated: recommended; (2nd place).
2016: Auto Bild Allrad test in size 215/55 R16; rated: good;

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Goodyear Vector 4Seasons is a premium all-season tyre that performs very well in variable weather conditions. It uses Weather Reactive technology which allows for its adaptation to the changing seasons, so the tyre proves itself both in summer and winter.

Goodyear Vector 4Seasons is made of a modern compound featuring excellent properties and flexibility. This characteristic helps to increase the tyre/road contact area which translates into better traction properties on snow and ice, as well as an excellent grip. The flat tyre profile ensures an even distribution of pressure, improving the tyre’s durability and making it more environmentally friendly. The central rib is equipped with many sipes that improve grip and facilitate braking on wet surfaces. The tyre uses a directional tread pattern which performs excellently on any type of surface. The wide V-shaped grooves quickly drain water and facilitate effective tread drying. As a result, the risk of aquaplaning is reduced and adequate grip is maintained regardless of the weather. This model guarantees quick driver-tyre communication and precise steering not only on straight roads, but also on bends and during sudden manoeuvres. Goodyear Vector 4Seasons is the perfect solution for the drivers who expect their tyres to provide excellent performance, driving comfort and reliability in any circumstances.

Goodyear is one of the largest tyre suppliers in the world. The group offers tyres under brands like Fulda, Dębica, Dunlop or Sava. Goodyear supplies tyres intended for passenger cars, light trucks, 4x4 vehicles, lorries, race cars, industrial machines and airplanes. Their products are premium rated due to their high quality. Goodyear owns 85 production plants spread across 28 countries worldwide. Presently, the group’s share in the tyre market is around 20%.

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Goodyear Vector 4Seasons

4.2 Average rating on the performance
  • 4.4/5 Dry surface
  • 4.2/5 Snow and slush
  • 4.4/5 Wet surface
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168 reviews
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  • Results : 168 of 168 reviews

    175/65 R14

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    Opinion from outside the UK

    Tyres: Vredestein Quatrac 3 <> Goodyear Vector 4Seasons I have driven around 6,000 km on Vredestein Quatrac 3 tyres in a Peugeot 206 front drive and around 60,000 km on Goodyear Vector 4Seasons. My comments on the Vredestein Quatrac 3 compared with the Goodyear Vector 4Seasons - Vredestein tyre compound: softer, more flexible - the tyre has the symptom of riding on "jelly beans" (a little too flexible); this causes instability on acceleration and at speeds above 80 km/h (temperatures above 25 degrees Celsius), the car drifts to the left or right (it drives to the side, which decreases safety); however on potholes, the damping of bumps is slightly better than GoodYear's because of the higher elasticity; - the tyre parameters describe lower rolling noise (approx. 68dB) compared to GoodYear (71 dB): my experience shows that the Vredestein makes more noise due to the cross sipes - there is an irritating rattle (the tyres act a bit like a resonance box e.g. in a guitar - you can hear the noise amplification through the walls of the tyre filled with air / nitrogen); it is a bit like driving a tractor - in GoodYear this was not the case (V shaped tread) - rolling resistance of the Vredestein Quatrac 3 is noticeably higher compared with the Goodyear Vector 4Seasons (the car drives slower - for top speed, it accelerates slower); I would put the petrol consumption at about 0.5 litres/100 km) - the water evacuation from under the wheels on the Vredestein Quatrac 3 is worse (less efficient / less effective) than on the Goodyear Vector 4Seasons. Many users rate these tyres as slightly better than GoodYear, but my experience shows that the Goodyear Vector 4Seasons is the better tyre (particularly in terms of ride comfort). Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    Peugeot 206 Hatchback I 1.4

    Overall assessment:

    5.0

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

    The grip on snow and slush 5/5

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    Tomas125

    Over 2 years ago
  • 175/65 R14

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    Opinion from outside the UK

    Goodyear Vector 4Seasons - I've used them for about 60,000 km in summer (above 32°C) and winter (cold, snow and ice) - they perform very well; compared to Pirelli (summer) and Barum (winter) they give a great improvement in ride quality and comfort; very soft on bumps - great damping on uneven surfaces, very good rolling comfort - the car drives like a limousine; I didn't suspect that the quality of the tyre was so important; Rolling noise - noticeably less than previous tyres - these Goodyears are quiet; you can hear the rolling noise - not the noise of the cross sipes - the V shaped tread is angled which makes it quiet; the disadvantage of the V shaped tread is poor drift during hard turns at high speed; the tyres grip the road very well - hard braking - the car stops almost 'on the spot'. (I had to do emergency braking 3 times). I recommend this excellent product. I will now try to put Vredestein Quatrac 3 tyres on the front wheels (drive) as they have the same labels: "E" and "C" (braking) and a similar volume of 68/69 dB - but a different tread shape - on the front axle they shouldn't bear down on sharp turns. Practice - will show what these tyres are worth. I'll leave the Goodyear Vectors on the rear axle. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    below 2000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    Peugeot 206 Hatchback I 1.4

    Overall assessment:

    5.0

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

    The grip on snow and slush 5/5

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    Tomas125

    Over 2 years ago
  • 195/65 R15

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    Opinion from outside the UK

    I chose these tyres because of my reluctance to frequent visits to the tyre specialist, and also because of the way I use my car - low mileage in the winter season (up to 3000 km) done mainly in the city. I usually drive further in the summer. The tyres are a decent alternative to seasonal tyres, however - there's no denying - they don't blow my mind. In the dry I have no complaints, although on hot asphalt they squeal a little in corners. On snow it's OK - not much better than on summer tyres, but not as good as on Debica Frigo. I gave the wet rating a 3, but not for driving in strictly wet conditions or on puddles - which these tyres can handle normally - but for driving on damp asphalt. It's simply a drama - several times I've been skiing with the ABS going crazy! Interestingly, when it rains well and the asphalt is very wet, I don't have this problem. So driving on wet asphalt is the biggest weakness of these tyres. When it comes to things like handling confidence, ease of balancing, quietness and ride comfort, it's great. You can tell this is a premium tyre. At 150 km/h, the tyres ride like a string without any discomfort whatsoever. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    VW Passat Variant B5 FL 1.9 TDI (74kW)

    Overall assessment:

    3.9

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 3/5

    The grip on snow and slush 3/5

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    Obywatel

    Over 2 years ago
  • 195/65 R15

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I would definitely recommend it - I will not go back to changing tyres twice a year, queues etc. I bought them 18 months ago, mainly because I had both summer and winter tyres to change. I would have had to buy two sets in a short space of time. In addition, the awkward storage of unused tyres in a block of flats, the uncertainty of when to change tyres (+12 degrees in November and freezing temperatures in October, etc.), the queues, etc. I was also encouraged by tests in Autoświat and Motor - in both they had the highest ratings. I drive half and half, 50% in the city, commuting to work, the other half long distances once or twice a month. No snow in the city, more often snow was on estate streets where they don't salt - but there was never a problem with driving out, parking, even in mounding snow. They drive great in the wet. In the dry there is probably a difference with summer tyres - but they are still reasonably quiet. I recommend. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Toyota Avensis Sedan I I 1.8 VVT-i

    Overall assessment:

    4.6

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

    The grip on snow and slush 5/5

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    1 0

    Pietia

    Over 2 years ago
  • 185/60 R14

    Verified review

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I am writing this opinion only because of the low popularity of all-season tyres or even ridicule of such tyres in our country. I bought them only because I think that if you drive only in the city, where it is more dry than snow, it is worth to have all-seasons, not only winter tires. Meanwhile, the Vectory 4seasons are better than good. They behave like winter tyres in winter and like summer tyres on dry roads. It's difficult for me to judge abrasion, as I've only recently put them on for the winter So far I'm very satisfied with these tyres. They are quite quiet, perform very well in the wet, snow, slush and dry. On snow/ice or slush they "ride" a bit, but probably not more than traditional winter tyres. The price is not small, but probably worth it. I'm going to change them anyway, without rushing to change to summer tyres in the spring, because it's a shame to wear them out in the dry in the summer if you have summer tyres. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    below 2000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Skoda Fabia Kombi I 1.4

    Overall assessment:

    4.0

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 3/5

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    Leon

    Over 2 years ago
  • 195/65 R15

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I changed my car to a Zafira with Goodyear Vector 4Seasons fitted to it, and the tyres are simply great. Both In winter and summer I had no problems. Even when going uphill on snow and ice the did sensationally (on summer one I have been spinning out there, and the corner was even more dangerous). It drains water greatly, redusing the risk of aquaplaning, or something like that (the water in ruts), very stable. I did several thousand miles on them, one third of the distance with the trailer attached they are really durable - taking into consideration the fact that I drive safely. If someone really wanted to find drawbacks, summer Continetal ContiPremiumContacts were quieter and looked nicer - Goodyear Vector 4Seasons looks more like a winter tyre, so it's a fact it's not really beautiful. As for fuel consumption difference, I have not noticed any, and if it is, then it's minimal. I definitely recommend! Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

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

    Overall assessment:

    4.8

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

    The grip on snow and slush 5/5

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    13 10

    gerth

    Over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

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    Opinion from outside the UK

    I am writing this review only because of low popularity, and even laughing at all season tyres by some users. The Goodyear Vector 4Seasons are better than just good. In winter they behave like winter tyres - I also used them in mountain area. I had problems with traction twice - on a 10-inch layer of wet snow in the parking lot (but I drove out without any help and didn't waste time as other drivers did). I was afraid that I'll pay the price of good winter grip in summer. But nothing like that happened, I didn't notice the tyre to be softer than typical summer tyre (to cope with this partially, I bought the tyres with higher load index for this size - 94V XL). in corners the drawback of directional tyres can be seen, which is worse side grip. it's hard for me to assess abrasion, because I do not change the tyres so often to see the difference (15 thousand miles per year). Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Ford Cougar Coupe

    Overall assessment:

    4.0

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    10 6

    Ivan

    Over 2 years ago
  • 195/65 R15

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I got these tyres in the showroom with the new Seat Leon 1.9 TDI. I was afraid of winter season - and it turned out I was wrong. I was thinking about selling them but I read some tests and reviews of these tyres, and I decided to give them a chance :-) The tyres behave sensationally in winter conditions. I used them both in the city and in the mountains and on icy residential area streets. I've never got into a slide on them, and never got stuck in the snow. They grip the road better than Firestone Winterhawks that I have on my second car. Of course, every driver should have more common sense in winter conditions... I can recommend them more for winter than for summer. I have better sense on summer tyres. For those who have typically urban-character cars and don't drive fast in the summer, Goodyear Vector 4Seasons are perfect tyres. You don't need to change them! Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Seat Alhambra Van

    Overall assessment:

    4.3

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 5/5

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    Ramone

    Over 2 years ago
  • 195/65 R15

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Hello. After 4 years of use, I can judge and not very well. In the first two years, they worked well. On dry and wet pavement in the mountains in the snow they could handle, but on a sharp mountain I did not drive (to the half) on winter tires I would drive because other cars could handle. In the 3rd year, I started to have problems with the grip on the road in the wet. In the 4th year it was a disaster after the warranty On dry pavement, they squeak every time you start moving, you can feel slippage and ESP is activated In the wet you have to be very careful when turning. All the tyres are cobwebbed, the rubber has started to crumble and has become hard rubber. With 4 people on the road, the tyres slip when starting in the wet, summer period 65,000 km driven tread wear near the first level by winter Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Skoda Octavia Hatchback

    Overall assessment:

    2.2

    The grip on dry surface 2/5

    The grip on wet surface 1/5

    The grip on snow and slush 3/5

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    Jacek

    Over 2 years ago
  • 195/50 R15

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    To be honest, I bought these tyres on the basis of other people's opinions, although I was a bit afraid of all-season tyres on a car that I would use all the time...- I don't regret this decision, as these tyres are simply brilliant!!!! They really do handle a lot of different conditions...- going uphill in winter, on icy or snowy roads, is not a big problem for these tyres... Same with driving on wet roads.... So, if someone has a dilemma and doesn't drive very much yet, plus doesn't have the desire or funds to change tyres or whole wheels, this is really the ideal solution...!!! I recommend!!! I am very satisfied, although of course tyres are not cheap... -but Goodyear, is simply in the super league...- and if you want to save money, you will probably change your tyres often.... :-( Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Mitsubishi Colt Hatchback 3D VII 1.3 MIVEC (70kW)

    Overall assessment:

    4.6

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    Voytec 1

    Over 2 years ago
  • 195/65 R15

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I have used this tyre for almost two seasons. If you're not driving crazy in the summer, you can go for it. On snow, the performance is at the level of a good winter tyre, with absolutely nothing to fear. Ideal for transitional conditions. Only in hot weather it feels like a non-hard summer tyre, but for normal driving it offers at least a sufficient safety margin, even when driving fast on motorways or winding roads. Very good in the wet (winter and summer), quiet, no problems with balancing. And most importantly: You always have snowproof tyres on your wheels, no problems with early or late changes and no queues to the vulcaniser. No need to remove and store two sets of seasonal tyres, which tyres generally hate. A very good choice for normal cars and normal drivers. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Renault Laguna Hatchback I 1.6 16V (4/100)

    Overall assessment:

    4.4

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    hans kloss

    Over 2 years ago
  • 195/50 R15

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    They say that if something is designed for everything, than it's useless. However, Goodyear Vector 4Seasons are a complete denial of this statement. However in the size 195/50R15 they caused problems in winter to me. They were slipping a bit - I sometimes felt that I'm driving like riding the sledge - they coldn't handle a thin layer of slush (by this term I mean fresh snow, slightly melted, forming the specific "mud"). To my surprise, even in difficult terrain (rural dirt roads) on snow they behaved sensationally. Their definite drawback is that in the third year of using, which has just began, they have small, but numerous damage in the tread. Apart from winter I can't complain (they're maybe a bit louder than normally in summer). Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Mitsubishi Carisma Hatchback

    Overall assessment:

    3.6

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 2/5

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    4 4

    henry

    Over 2 years ago
  • 195/60 R15

    Verified review

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I used the tyres in summer, it has not yet reached winter :-) I bought all-season tyres, because I can't even get to the plot on summer tyres. Wet grass, a bit of mud and that's it. And all-season tyres work perfectly. If you don't drive outside the city, the summer tyres may be OK, but they don't compare to the all-season tyres even a bit. I have no complaints about these tyres. They are not noisy, they grip very well, they look great, like off-road tires. I recommend them for summer, autumn and spring, I do not know yet for winter, but my father-in-law also had them on his Audi, and they worked very well in winter. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    2000 - 5000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    Opel Astra Sedan F 2.0

    Overall assessment:

    4.7

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    Tomek

    Over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Verified review

    Opinion from outside the UK

    After a three-month use in autumn-winter period (virtually in all conditions) I can definitely recommend Goodyear Vector 4Seasons. My previous summer tyres were Michelin Primacy HPs and Klebers were my winter ones. In everyday driving I don't see significant differences. A little louder than normally. A bit worse traction on deep snow. On dry they are very good. As the description and test say, they are slightly worse in extreme cases - they don't like aggressive driving. They provide high safeity especially during transitional periods where the most frequent surprises are conditions unrelevant to the tyres fitted. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

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

    Overall assessment:

    3.8

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    Laguna II

    Over 2 years ago
  • 165/70 R14

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I've been using Goodyear Vector 4Seasons on my Fiat Bravo over two years now and for me this tyre is great not only in summer, but also in winter! I got to like it so much that now I bought a new set for my wife's car (a VW UP!). In summer, braking distance may be a bit longer than on a typical summer tyre, but on wet winter roads it performs great! In winter, for example, i had a feeling of better driving on all season Goodyear Vector 4Seasons than on the typical Barum winter ones! For me the Goodyear Vector 4Seasons are sensational, also when it comes to rolling resistance and low fuel consumption. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    2000 - 5000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Fiat Bravo Hatchback

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

    The grip on snow and slush 5/5

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    4 0

    Andy

    Over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I got these tyres together with my Golf VII, which means I'm doomed to use them to the end. While they work well in the summer on dry roads, on wet roads you can't move from an intersection without grinding the wheels. In winter on wet snow they are a disaster. They are noisy, especially when driving fast on the motorway. My old tyres Continental ContiWinterContact TS850 are 10 times better than the new tyres (for winter conditions). If you are looking for a tyre for the whole year, and the winter is mild, you can buy them, but during a snowy winter, it is better to keep the car in the garage. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    VW Golf Variant VII 1.4 TSI BlueMotion Technology (90kW)

    Overall assessment:

    2.8

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 3/5

    The grip on snow and slush 1/5

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    0 0

    Grzesiek

    Over 2 years ago
  • 195/60 R15

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I trusted the tests, despite a terrible review of these tyres on the Web, and I was not disappointed, October snow won't surprise me anymore, You still need to balance the wheels, but not when there are queues for tyre changing, no more tyre change! Goodyear Vector 4Seasons are very good for snow, ice and rain, how will they do on hot days - I don't know, according to the tests they are not very loud and fuel consumption raises only slightly, so if you have both sets worn off, don'tt even hesitate, buying Goodyear Vector 4Seasons is cheaper and you won't have to change the tyres anymore. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    2000 - 5000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Toyota Avensis I Hatchback 2.0

    Overall assessment:

    4.4

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    AS

    Over 2 years ago
  • 175/65 R14

    Verified review

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I am comparing it with my previous Michelin tyres, also all-season, and see no differences, either positive or negative. Perhaps I have only been using them for a short time. I already know that they handle well on puddles on one side only - they did not pull the car off even though the bodies of water were deep. ;-) By the way, I recommend all-season tyres for cars used like mine - in the city and once a year on the road. The points for snow and slush - only hypothetically, that is similar to Michelin - because the field is required in the survey, and I haven't driven in winter yet. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    below 2000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.8

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

    The grip on snow and slush 5/5

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    0 0

    Ela

    Over 2 years ago
  • 185/65 R15

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    The tyre is loud, compared to summer Continental ContiPremiumContacts and winter ContiWinterContacts, but in comparison with, for example winter Uniroyals, they are great. There's no problem on snow, I drove on them up the hill on snowy road, on which there was an order of using chains, without using snow chains. As for my sports driving style, the grip in the corners is a bit too weak, the car can swerve to outside lane when exiting the bend. During normal driving, up to 80 MPH, it's not noticeable. Clearly audible in summer, if loud or not - it depends what tyre was used before :-) Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Audi 100 Avant

    Overall assessment:

    3.8

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    0 2

    Road Runner

    Over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    If you do not drive a lot (about 10,000 a year) and do not live near the Arctic Circle, this is an investment for several years. In my car this tyre makes a slight noise on the rear axle (but this may be a matter of car construction, as the tyres are not so audible from the front). In summer heat and sudden braking - you have to take it very seriously! (but where in Poland can you accelerate properly). Other than that, I'd say it's the best all-round multi-season tyre. Aquaplaning - it shreds water like mad. First snow - no problem with bends when driving moderately. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Ford C-Max MPV

    Overall assessment:

    4.4

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    Ksiądz Proboszcz

    Over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Verified review

    Opinion from outside the UK

    This is my 2nd set of these tyres. I have no need to change them for any other and as long as Goodyear continue to make them, I will keep coming back. I can honestly recommend these tyres to anyone who drives in a temperate climate and has no ambition to make their car a snowcat. In 7 years of using these tyres, only 1 (in words: 1) time they failed to cope with the road conditions - regular ice on a steep climb. Chains proved to be necessary, but in such conditions full-blooded winter tyres also laid down their arms. I recommend them warmly (and cold too ;) ) Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Ford Mondeo 4/5 drzwi II 2.5 24V

    Overall assessment:

    4.4

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    Gotycki_Zdun

    Over 2 years ago
  • 215/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Frankly speaking, I bought Goodyear Vector 4Seasons out of pure laziness and unwillingness to change tyres every season. The tyres never let me down since I've been using them (spring 2010). In summer, they're a little bit louder than typical summer tyres, fuel consumption is maybe 0,1, max. 0,2 l/100 km higher. In autumn they surprised me with their grip on wet surface. When irt comes to their behavious in winter, I don't have anything to complain about, good grip on snow allows full control of the car. There are no problems to even drive out of snowdrifts. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    2000 - 5000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Audi A4 2.0 TDI (110kW) (B7)

    Overall assessment:

    4.7

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    Gomi

    Over 2 years ago
  • 225/50 R17

    Verified review

    This is an excellent tyre for all year round UK weather. To get maximum wear on a full set for a front wheel drive vehicle is always put the new tyres on the rear (as per manufacturers instructions) and move the rear set to the front. That way you should get at least 20k miles from each tyre (based on 60:40 city:motorway driving). Of course, the first set put on the front will wear a little quicker; I got 14k miles with 3mm left on front. I had to change them as I was driving the car to Austria to ski where 3mm is the minimum tread for the winter. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Audi A6 Avant C6 2.0 TDI (89kW)

    Overall assessment:

    4.4

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    RZ

    Over 2 years ago
  • 165/70 R14

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Gooyear Vector 4Seasons is a very good tyre, I can recommend it to everyone! I have been using one set of these tyres on a Fiat Bravo for three years now, and I recently fitted the second set to a VW UP! As for me, the tyres are very good! Especially in winter they are really cool and for me car car handled better than on a typical Barum winter tyre. In summer braking distancea is a little bit longer than on a summer tyre (compared to summer Michelins I had on the Bravo). On wet the tyre is superb, no aquaplaning! Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Fiat Bravo Hatchback

    Overall assessment:

    4.6

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

    The grip on snow and slush 5/5

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    Andrew

    Over 2 years ago
  • 195/50 R15

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    The size 195/50R15 seems to be too wide for winter conditions - I experienced problems when starting up the hill and sliding in fresh, "icy" snow, they are also prone to light swerving. Generally, however, I'm surprised because of the versatility of these tyres. Together with sensible driving and chains in the trunk (for emergency purposes) we have happily survived the winter. In summer, no matter if the surface is wet or dry - no problems. To sum up, I can definitely recommend Goodyear Vector 4Seasons. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    -

    Overall assessment:

    4.0

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

    The grip on snow and slush 3/5

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    jeremy

    Over 2 years ago
  • 195/65 R15

    Verified review

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Until now I've been sceptical about multi-season tyres - if it's for everything, it's worth nothing... After a few thousand with 4 seasons I have verified my opinion. Maybe for bigger mileages outside the city and at higher speeds I would lean towards two sets of tyres. For city driving you don't need anything better. In winter I had no problems, even in heavy snow. We'll see how they cope in summer but I'm positive. The first few days with 15-20 degrees didn't bring any disturbing experiences. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    2000 - 5000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    VW Golf Hatchback IV 1.6

    Overall assessment:

    4.4

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

    The grip on snow and slush 5/5

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    R

    Over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    The tyres are good but have a maximum service life of 3 years in winter conditions... After this period of time, even though the winter indicator is about 1 mm away, meaning the tread height is about 6 mm, the tyres start to crumble and the rubber hardens. In the summer, when it rains, the grip decreases, especially when starting and braking... Generally good tyre for people who drive a lot, i.e. max 3 seasons and then replacement. I used them for 64,000 km during 3.5 years. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Ford Focus Kombi

    Overall assessment:

    3.7

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 3/5

    The grip on snow and slush 3/5

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    Lokers

    Over 2 years ago
  • 195/65 R15

    Verified review

    Opinion from outside the UK

    It was decided from the start that I wanted all-season tyres - the only problem was choosing the right ones. I was only interested in the premium segment, and I consider my purchase a success. I haven't had winter tyres on my car before, so I can't compare it to them, but I can compare it to summer tyres, and here the difference in favour of the all-season tyres is colossal. The snowy hills that I couldn't drive up are no problem now. We'll see how they wear over time. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    below 2000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    Renault Megane Grandtour III 1.6 16V 110 (81kW)

    Overall assessment:

    5.0

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

    The grip on snow and slush 5/5

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    markrzem

    Over 2 years ago
  • 255/55 R18

    Verified review

    The car previously had Winter tyres. I decided to try All Season expecting a noticable decrease in performance I took a chance based on good reviews and was pleased to find but was surprised the grip in snow very good. They spent most of the winter being used at altitudes of 600-1600 metres with poor road surface conditions. The ride was a little harder than the previous tyre but this was due to a profile change going from 16 to 18inch wheels. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Land Rover Discovery SUV II 2.5 Td5

    Overall assessment:

    4.4

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    Otto

    Over 2 years ago
  • 215/60 R16

    Verified review

    Much better in winter (snow and ice) than standard fit summer tyres. A bit rumbly on smooth roads, but not obtrusive. Performance in summer yet to be fully evaluated, but wet and dry grip seems ok. They seem to be wearing well and have no discernible impact on fuel consumption. If you haven't the space to keep an extra set of winter tyres/ rims, then these are very good compromise. Ideal for UK unless you're doing endless motorway miles. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    2000 - 5000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Suzuki Kizashi Sedan I 2.4 VVT 4WD (131kW)

    Overall assessment:

    4.0

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    Bill Scriber

    Over 2 years ago
  • 175/65 R14

    Verified review

    Opinion from outside the UK

    The tyres are more expensive than average, but as for me, Goodyear Vector 4Seasons are the best all season tyres. I hesitated for a long time, I looked through a lot of reviews, assessments, tests and specifications. I've been using them since autumn (6 months now) and I'm very satisfied. The tyres were worth purchasing. Many other tyres don't have such grip, and despite a great mileage there's still no visible signs of wearing off. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    10000 - 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

    The grip on snow and slush 3/5

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    jbldz

    Over 2 years ago
  • 205/50 R17

    Verified review

    I've been using these tyres now on the previous SX4 model and now the new S-Cross model. Combined with the previous soft 4WD or the newer 'any wheel' drive models and these tyres - they just complete this car IMHO. I use them all year round and haven't really noticed any ill effects. Just prefer to know the car that has the ability built-in (i.e. 'any wheel' drive) is fitted with tyres that can match a varied environment. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Suzuki SX4 S-Cross II 1.6 DDiS 4WD (88kW)

    Overall assessment:

    4.6

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 5/5

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    Phil

    Over 2 years ago
  • 205/60 R16

    Verified review

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Ideal tyres for the 4 seasons. The current mild winter 2015/2016 has solidified a very good choice. As I mostly move around in the city conditions of Poznan the tyres have proven themselves perfectly. This is my second car on multi-season tyres. I drove my previous Astra 1.4 petrol for 5 years also on GoodYear multi-season tyres and they performed very well in the city and on the road. So my rating is very good. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    2000 - 5000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    Toyota Avensis Sedan III 1.6 (97kW)

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    Grzegorz Rutkowski

    Over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R15

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    As long as the road is dry, the tyre performs well, with good lateral support, fairly good braking, but less well on acceleration. Quite loud despite the claimed 69 dB On snow and mud there is nothing to complain about, it is very good. However, on wet asphalt, it is a massacre, the tyres slide, it is difficult to feel the moment of losing traction and during emergency braking the car flies like a bus. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    Opel Astra Kombi H 1.6 (5/110)

    Overall assessment:

    2.9

    The grip on dry surface 3/5

    The grip on wet surface 2/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    Stig

    Over 2 years ago
  • 195/60 R15

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I bought the car with these tyres at 127000 km in 2010 and they were 5 months old. I had to replace 2 of them at 200000 km. The other 2 will last till the end of the season. Super tyres, maybe expensive but I have avoided 10 tyre changes which gives about 500-600 PLN of savings. And I am always prepared for changing weather conditions. Better than summer and winter tyres for wet roads. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    Toyota Avensis Kombi I 2.0 D-4D

    Overall assessment:

    4.4

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 5/5

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    Tomek

    Over 2 years ago
  • 165/70 R14

    Verified review

    Opinion from outside the UK

    In my opinion, the tyres do an excellent job, particularly in the winter season. In terms of driving safety, they are equal to winter tyres. I have driven in mounds of snow and have had no problems. I have driven on icy roads without any problems. Maybe a little noisier on dry roads. Of course, as always, use common sense when driving. I think I will continue to use this brand of tyre. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    2000 - 5000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    VW up! Hatchback I 1.0 (44kW)

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    Antam

    Over 2 years ago
  • 195/65 R15

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Tires exercise properly in all conditions. For wet and dry asphalt behave confidently, snow and ice are predictable and allow for stress and a smooth ride. I did not feel the difference compared with winter tires on snow and ice. On dry and wet pavement are a bit noisier than summer tires. Very good option for those who do not like change and annual mileage tires are not too high. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    2000 - 5000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Volvo 940 Kombi I 2.4 TD

    Overall assessment:

    3.8

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 3/5

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    JCB

    Over 2 years ago
  • 195/65 R15

    Review not verified

    Good all rounder, though will let go quite sharply, with little warning if pushed beyond the limits. Great in snow and in very cold weather (if you know how to drive in these conditions, which most people don't). excellent in the wet, very little aquaplaning unless you hit water over 2" deep at anything above 60mph in which case hang on tight and learn to drive a powerboat! Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    VW Bora

    Overall assessment:

    3.8

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    Mad Max

    Over 2 years ago
  • 175/70 R13

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I can recommend Goodyear Vector 4Seasons to people who like "eco" driving in every time of the year. The tyres are soft, compared to typical summer ones, the first impression is perceptible change of vehicle's handling in the corners, which only helps to improve the safety of driving and control of the car. Fuel consumption - without increasing, compared to summer tyres. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Renault R 19 Hatchback

    Overall assessment:

    4.6

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

    The grip on snow and slush 5/5

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    rocky

    Over 2 years ago
  • 195/60 R16

    Verified review

    Have used two sets on two cars. It does not score top marks, as it is an all season tyre. I drive in many circumstances including towing a caravan and the tyres have been very good during the whole year. Hot weather in France to very slushy/muddy in the UK and some wet grass / mud manoeuvring as well. So far 30000 miles driven and still some profile to go. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Mitsubishi ASX SUV I 1.8 DID MIVEC (110kW)

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    Wim K

    Over 2 years ago
  • 185/60 R15

    Verified review

    These are confidence inspiring all weather tyres. Absoutely cracking performance when you need it in the we and when the winter arrives you can keep moving. Handles deep surface water well, slush and snow. Just fit and forget. No need to change to summer tyres. So far, really really good. I'll buy again. I have them on both our family vehicles. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Citroen C5 Hatchback I FL 2.0 HDI

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    Scotty

    Over 2 years ago
  • 195/50 R15

    Verified review

    The tyre looks good, must of the time the vehicle spends it's time under cover in bad weather and I have only got them on the front. So far they have not been pushed to the limit but normal driving they are faultless, I will be getting a pair for the rear later in the year. So this time next year I will be able to give a better opinion. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

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

    Overall assessment:

    4.3

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush /5

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    jed

    Over 2 years ago
  • 195/65 R15

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I bought these tyres with a new car, I decided not to change to winter tyres, and I'm not disappointed. If you don't drive in mountain area and on routes which are not clear of snow, it's fine. In summer they're a little too loud and have less grip in tight corners. I recommend Goodyear Vector 4Seasons for cars used mainly in the city :) Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    -

    Overall assessment:

    3.7

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    gross2

    Over 2 years ago
  • 225/50 R17

    Verified review

    I fitted these on the rear axle of my sporty Alfa Romeo and I am very pleased with them - they show minimal wear, despite already going through a set of tyres on the front. I am happy with their performance as well and happy I don't have to keep on swapping tyres (summer/ winter) as these would do just fine. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    Alfa Romeo 159 Sedan I 2.4 JTD (147kW)

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    Alex

    Over 2 years ago
  • 195/65 R15

    Verified review

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I used Gooyear Vector 4Seasons when driving across a large part of Europe on different surfaces, in summer, in winter, on snow and slush, as well as during heavy downpours! I drive in the city and on the motorways across Europe and the tyres behave very well - I can honestly recommend them! 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 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    gregory

    Over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Verified review

    I red loads off opinions before I bought them and I can say it was really good decision. Great performance, not loud as for all season tyres, good grip, and most important one: they last forever, they are not used much. I think I won't need to change them for next 5-6 years. Brilliant Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Honda Accord Sedan VII 2.2 CDTI

    Overall assessment:

    5.0

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

    The grip on snow and slush 5/5

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    KamilJoul

    Over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Verified review

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Goodyear Vector 4Seasons are like most all season tyres - they don't have perfect properties every season. They're perfect for autumn and spring, a little worse in summer, and in winter they're close to middle class winter tyres. For me, a perfect quality and functionality-price ratio. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

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

    Overall assessment:

    3.9

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush /5

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    m

    Over 2 years ago
  • 165/70 R14

    Verified review

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Goodyear Vector 4Seasons provide traction in all conditions. Of course, you need to adjust your speed to the weather conditions but the tyres surprised me positively. They are definitely not suitable for aggressive driving, but for people with common sense. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

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

    Overall assessment:

    3.7

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 3/5

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    Peter

    Over 2 years ago
  • 225/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I am very pleased with these tyres. They are quiet, behave very well on wet surface. On snow, ice or slush they "swerve" a bit, but probably not more than traditional winter tyres. Price isn't low, but I think it's worth it. The size I use is 235/65R17. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

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

    Overall assessment:

    4.1

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

    The grip on snow and slush 3/5

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    Carbon

    Over 2 years ago
  • 215/55 R16

    Verified review

    Very good tyre insofar as it id a compromise between off-road – were excellent and on road where modest increase in rolling resistance. Much too soon to comment on tiyre wear. As a bonus does look very 'macho' if you are in to this years tyre fashion ! Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    Distance travelled:
    below 2000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    Volvo V70 Estate II 2.4 D

    Overall assessment:

    3.8

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

    The grip on snow and slush 4/5

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    Over 2 years ago
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Goodyear Vector 4Seasons Tyre warranty

  • The warranty period for passenger, light truck, 4x4 and motorcycle tires is 5 years from the date of purchase or from the date of manufacture,
  • Warranty period for Goodyear and Dunlop branded truck tires - 4 years from the date of purchase (if you have proof of purchase) or 5 years from the date of manufacture - the warranty does not cover tires older than 8 years),
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