On a dry and hot conditions the tires cool. Even the 300 hp has a problem with breaking traction. On the wet - the car behaves like on ice. Hydroplaning is ok, do not lose control of the car. Braking on wet it is not bad but only on the straight. On the arc - the lack of housing, whether it is during braking or when driving fast. In cars "sports" is the desired effect, because you can play, but the children do not want to drive a car with these tires. Generally, for warm and dry asphalt keep cool and you can harness the power of the car to the end, wet and cold super fun, but safety does not exist. Abrasion: after two seasons (10000km) 2mm. Strength: sooner rim to destroy. The problem with installation - low profile and reinforced tire
In my mid-range tyre, tyres were set up in the car that I bought, I do not venture to purchase these tyres, including because I could not find the Polish part of the manufacturer, etc. to find the manufacturer's website and comprehensive information on the tyre such as Toyo, Continental, Pirelli, Avon and Vredestein does not pose a problem, I personally prefer the Toyo tyres, I went to summer and winter tyres cheaper than other high-end and nothing they do not disappear. As for the federal - rather quiet tyre I would not recommend driving to drive a dynamic, rather urban driving in city driving checks in the rain and on dry nawiarzchni, it is not a tyre for high velocity.
Tires ride the other day and I have to warn that a strong car rather not suitable ... For me, are mounted on the rear axle, the car does not knock the power but the dyno showed approximately 236km. On dry asphalt with normal town driving the car during sharp turns or ruts tends to "fly" how to have a skid (speed of about 60 up) grip when driving in a straight line around. Today was driving on wet roads at an average of rain (asphalt clearly wet but not flooded), traction control during rapid acceleration gave to know by mid-3 gear !!!!! You can quickly turn at the intersection or turn into traffic from a side street you have to reckon with the fact that the car put side !!!! my previous tires on the rear axle is Snowprox Toyo S953 and Goodyear Ultra Grip tires Performance1 and those of such problems was not in the mud and sand really ok
bEST TYRES WE HAVE HAD RECOMENDED BY TYRE FITTER GREAT GRIPPING IN SNOW BETTER THAN TOP BRAND AND HALF THE PRICE .
GREAT LASTING VAN JUST DONE 29000MILES WITH THEM ON FRONT STILL 3.5 MM LEFT BEST BUY WE HAVE HAD VAN WILL GO THROUGH DEEP SNOW UP HILL DOWN HILL NO PROBLEM HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.