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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!
I have been thinking about summer tyres for a long time. First of all, I assumed that tyres are not the element of a car worth saving on. After reading many opinions, tests and reviews, I decided to choose the Bridgestone Ecopia EP150. Positive results in ADAC tests, opinions of Oponeo users and reviews found on the Internet convinced me to choose these tyres. Now about the tyres themselves. The mileage so far is about 6000 - it is hard to say about wear and tear at this stage, as it is a low mileage. As for the handling characteristics, for the first 2,000 km the tyres performed strangely - namely the wheels of the car did not return to the "straight ahead" direction after coming out of a curve. This is something you can get used to, but it should not happen. However, I gave the tyres a chance and, once they had set, the problem disappeared. The tyres perform very well in bends, with no loss of control. Braking is very good and there is rarely any slip when starting off. The manufacturer claims that the tyres have a lower rolling resistance, so fuel consumption is reduced. To be honest, I did not experience any reduction in fuel consumption in my car. A word about noise - the tyre is definitely quiet, but the road surface also plays a role. Depending on the type of asphalt, the tyre can be noisier or quieter. All in all, this tyre is truly recommendable and I think that any driver who wants a premium tyre at a good price should turn their eyes to the Bridgestone Ecopia EP150.
The Bridgestone Blizzak LM-32 tyres are doing very well in rear-wheel drive cars on all types of surface, apart from the ice. If we take into consideration snow and slush weather conditions, they are the best tyres I have ever had mounted on my car. I did not expect them to be so good. There are absolutely no problems with braking in emergency situations. Bridgestone Blizzak LM-32 tyres provide an astonishing grip even if you accelerate on a wet road. The braking distance on ice is relatively good (especially when compared to winter tyres of different manufacturers). Probably they are not as good as studded tyres on icy surface but they are not designed for such a purpose. I must admit that they provide an excellent grip on a dry road. I have an impression that if you drive aggressively in higher temperatures, the tyres wear out a bit faster but it is rather a normal thing. If you need to feel a superb grip and you drive really fast, then you have to accept the fact that they may wear out quicker. The Bridgestone Blizzak LM-32 tyres are equipped with a rim protection bar on their sidewall. It prevents from a kerb damage and small stones on the road. It is good to have some kind of an extra wheel protection. The sidewall of the tyre is rather not soft (at least in case of my size). The rubber compound is not hard. It is just right. The driving is very comfortable on these tyres. Rolling resistance is quite good. The tyres are really quiet. I am very pleased with my choice.
I am not afraid of winter conditions at all as I am a Subaru owner. It does not matter whether I have winter or summer tyres fitted to my car. My Subaru was originally equipped with Yokohama Geolandar all-season tyres, which I had an opportunity to drive on in snow. I actually purchased the Bridgestone Blizzak LM-32 by accident because I intended to buy some middle-class tyres. The Blizzaks were on sale and their price was very similar to mid-range tyres of different manufacturers. The difference between driving on original Geolandars and newly purchased Blizzaks in the snow is tremendous. With the Bridgestone Blizzak LM-32 tyres my Subaru behaves like a tank in hard winter conditions. It goes uphill easily even if there is a really snowy hill or driveway and it does it without ESP support. What is more, the Blizzaks effectively do not allow me to drift in snow (even if ESP is off). The car maintains traction instead of skidding. I was positively surprised by braking in snow – ABS was activating only when I pressed a brake sharply. Of course, every rose has its thorns. I noticed an increased fuel consumption – about 2l/60mi when compared to original Geolandars. However, I must admit that they are quiet even at higher speeds (the tyre width is 225). In conclusion, the Bridgestone Blizzak LM-32 tyres are great especially in difficult winter conditions.
These are my first all-season tyres and I am very satisfied so far. My full assessment will come after driving all year, but I can already say today that, on dry surfaces, these are no worse than factory-made Pirelli tyres. They provide good grip in tight corners, while also being more comfortable – they ride over irregularities better. On a wet road, the car behaves predictably, brakes well, drives quiet and there are no signs of wear so far. There is no winter here, so it is hard to say what will happen on a snowy road, though everything was fine on slush; recommended to all those, who are undecided, the tyres work very well, and seasonal replacement, waiting in queues, the need to keep two sets of tyres, are things of the past. I am quite surprised by the negative reviews about all-season tyres; these are probably written by those who have never used such tyres.
These are excellent year round tyres for the UK. Snow performance is excellent - tested last weekend up and down the steep road to my house with 4 inches plus of virgin snow where no other cars had attempted to and didn’t miss a beat - certainly a big step up in wet and snow compared to standard summer tyres on the Freelander. Also have these on my E Class convertible and although not used on snow, excellent wet weather performance and good in the dry - unless you drive hard in which case a pure summer tyre would be preferred in dry and warm conditions. I will buy again. Finally, I have found these all rounders a great alternative to swapping between summer and winter tyres for driving in the UK.
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