poorly manageable in the turns. At the court when the cooler and slippery rubber hardens the surface. Water drains poorly and clearly feel "rocking" on the water. I do not recommend
Hopeless structure of the tire way too hard for what is not holding on bends at higher speeds and even fear for her ride. As it starts raining it is better to leave the car in the garage.
My tyres are Sunny SnowMaster. They were manufactured in the same factory as Wanli SNOWGRIP. According to the information provided by distributors, it is exactly the same tyre. It has the same tread pattern and the rubber compound. To be honest I was afraid that these tyres will be noisy. However, I do not hear them at all. Even at higher speeds they are pretty quiet. I do not have a brand-new vehicle but I did not experienced any problems with the wheel alignment or balancing. I think that Debica tyres are more soft than Sunny and Wanli SNOWGRIP. I had Debica Vivo and Furio and after two years I had to replace them with different tyres. I do recommend both Sunny and Wanli SNOWGRIP.
Bought these snow tyres as we were supposed to be having the worst winter in 50 years and here we are on the 1st April with one light snow fall! It was the wettest winter in years especially here in mid Wales and these tyres were great in the wet. Took a long trip up to the N.E.C. for the Motorbike show in November and they were great at Motorway speeds as well, no more road noise than the Avon ZZ5 tyres I use in the summer months. Can't fault them especially at the price, would definitely recommend them and will certainly be using them on my other car as well next year.