A read a lot of reviews praising the performance of this tyre so took a gamble. It's well constructed and looks more premium than the Chinese budget tyres and initially the performance seemed on par with the premium European tyres.
In the dry, they are fine, very quiet and reasonably grippy. In the wet however, they just don't come close to Michelin, Goodyear, Pirelli or Continental for grip. Cornering, braking and accelerating can easily overwhelm the grip in wet conditions.
They would suit a small petrol engined car with little torque. They seem to wear well and are a comfortable riding tyre.
I have done about 60-80 000 miles with these tyres.
Their grip in the dry is excellent. In the wet, they are v good too.
Ride and Handling
These tyres replaced a set of Michelin. In my honest opinion, the Lassa tyres feel much better when you are cornering. the Michelin tyres' sidewall does not appear to give as much support.
No issues so far.
Cool, I bought in Germany along with the Opel Vectra car, but were ridden Cadet for the fact that I was sorry for Vectra salt .... tyres ... it was not fancy drifts, which did not go out, I can not say about Continetalach that are advertised in the ADAC test .. will Lasse ...
I've never had worse snow tires - the direction in which the car will go a lottery, most of the corners is a slip and counter, EPS raging. Never again.