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I went on this set in 1,5 year 80'000km.
Impressions are as follows: BRAND NEW:+ superb dry traction+ very good wet performance+ mega quiet, good sound suppression+ very good suppression of road irregularities, the car feels comfy+ strong grip, difficult to cause ABS to work even with sudden braking (in relation to other tyres)+ somewhat nice looking tread, but less important. MADE IN CHINA, unfortunately, now they are done in China, it was heralding faster consumption and I think that's the way it is
AFTER THE DISTANCE ~ 80'000km:
- they are not so quiet anymore, they are average
- this distance, with a calm and economical driving without being reckless, ate them up to ~ 3-4mm, so they quickly worn off to my eye.
+ on the wet still great (better only I have had was UniRoyal Rainsport)
+/- on dry is so, so- rolling resistance increased, and so the combustion rate- on the slippery road one has to be more careful, the back of the car hasn't the best grip+ so far I have not piunctured any.- on the highway they are louder, while the new ones were much quieter.- we have a mild winter and there is no snow anywhere, so I have not changed them and, frankly, they are bad on slippery conditions compared to other summer ones that I have had, generally light snow slush makes it hard to drive but I take into accont that they already had 80000km of mileage and only half tread, so maybe it just has to be this way.
Would I buy them again?
I chose between Nokian and Vredestein and a few more. I did not bear that these were made in china .... next I will buy Vredestein or some other premium brand. If someone is not too reckless it should last longer. They say that hard tyres are less safe, but if you're a level-headed driver they will last longer. If I compare them to others, UniRoyal RainExpert was better than them and they were perfect tyres for rain and worse weather in general, while in hot weather they were worse, worn out similarly to those and I thought that they would last a lot longer than those.
I drive rather calmly, which makes all of 4 tyres wear out very evenly.
Driving mainly in city traffic, 3-4 times a week on expressway about 20 km sections at 120-140 km/h. One trip to Croatia, 2700 km. In my opinion, the tyres are second to none on wet roads in this price range. I rate them better than the highly praised by users and the media Uniroyal Rainsport 3 because of the stiffer sidewall, which in tight bends on the expressway at the speed limit of 70 km/h (curve taken at 100-120, depending on conditions) gives a greater sense of stability and predictability of the vehicle's behavior - the tyre does not lie down. In addition, the Hankook has a protective rim edge, which the Uniroyal unfortunately lacks. The only thing that is slightly inferior to the Uniroyal is the appearance of the tread, but for me this is of marginal importance. On dry pavement, also referring to the aforementioned Uniroyal, both behave similarly well. Both, in a fast, very tight turn on a city road, lose traction (start to flow) at a similar moment. Taking into account the fact that in our climate about 50% of days have precipitation and all the above-mentioned advantages, my next choice for a daily car would be Hankook Ventus Prime K125. I would definitely recommend this tyre to a user who likes quiet driving, as well as a slightly more aggressive style. Very predictable and safe.
I bought these tyres for this year's winter, I chose them because of greed - it was cheaper than my favorite Nokian. The tyres (my car is a rear-wheel-drive, two tons of raw weight) didn't do well in snowy corners, not not to mention starting. I compare it to Nokians, which I used previously, where the grip was sensational. I'd likt to add it's been a month since the purchase, I did almost 10k miles, and the tyres already show signs of wear, and I drive mostly in snow, as Scotland got totally covered in it. If someone is looking for tyres for a rear-wheel-drive, heavy car then I do not recommend buying Hankook Icebear W 300. I wish I didn't get tempted by saving a few pounds. Maybe I'm complaining but I have a comparison to Continental, Michelin and Nokian tyres as I used them in previous years. Maybe everyone praises Michelin and it cost a lot, but Nokian beats them in every single aspect. I don't assess them by the appearance because for me it's stupid to assess the look of the tyre, as they are to fulfill their task and not to look. And I have to add that this size has no rim protector!
Hello, I would like to share my opinion about the tyres I purchased on Oponeo.co.uk. I’ve been waiting some time before writing it because I really wanted to check these tyres in snow. What’s more, I decided to read comments before buying them. Now I can express my own point of view. The tyres are very nice to drive. There are different opinions about these Hankooks on the Internet. However, mine is based on driving in typical winter weather conditions. I tried to do some donuts on ice. It’s possible to do so as there are no tyres perfect for icy roads as long as you don’t use studded tyres. The overall performance of the tyres is surprising. They are doing well both in dry and wet weather. I tested them in deep snow and slush. The tyres are worth their price and therefore I would like to higly recommend them to anybody. If you are looking for durable product of great quality at a reasonable price, the Hankook Winter icept RS2 W452 constitutes a good choice for you.
VW Caravelle 2.0TDI 4motion Long
I highly recommend these tyres if anyone is looking for all-season tyres. They are perfect for such a big car. Highway speeds, bumps suppression / high curbs, or driving out of town on unpaved roads are not a problem. Full control in the snow. In wet conditions, with very, heavy rainfall, they perform better than Pirelli. One drawback may be the increased noise (it is possible that due to the dimensions of the car - the longest body version - which is quite loud in itself). Once again, I honestly recommend. And additionally fast and efficient shipment from Oponeo.
I put these on as I knew snow was coming. Before having these tyres I wouldn’t do driving lessons in the snow now with the grip they give it’s not a problem but I do make students aware of the tyres. The tyres will take the car up hills in snow and dig in to pull you up the hill as long as your sensible with your acceleration. I would definitely buy them again.
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