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The presented tyre is marked with 3PMSF symbol (Three Peak Mountain Snow Flake). It means that the tyre meets the EU requirements for winter tyres. The symbol is awarded after thorough tests of a tyre model in terms of snow grip.
We have been collecting information about this tyre for 4770 days. In that time we have received 866 reviews. The total distance driven by our customers is 11461000 miles.
The highest rated parameter is: tyre appearance.
This tyre was reviewed by users driving usually in the city.
This tyre was reviewed by drivers who assess their driving style as moderate.
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PROS: - very quiet at speeds above 70km / h (friend has the Octavia Barumy and is surprised that there are so many Fulda quieter-nice this hehe.) - Great deal "in the snow" - Idel performs in the wet (on my summer tyres when the rain ASR always had a lot of work! - after changing the zimówkę I was very very surprised,,, VERY much and even much smaller uślizg with rapid traction ... it's the best thing about this tyre! - in the mud śniegowym also very good - maybe it's crazy ... but I drove them 205 km / h and gave advice); FAULTS: - at a speed of 50-60km / h seem strange noises,,, slower or glass sounds disappear,,,, strange - I think they have too delicate / low resistance "sides" tyres before I Firestony and Klebery. FIRESTONY: advantages: low rolling resistance, quiet, good in the snow .. Disadvantages: terrible on wet nawierzchnii, and problems with balancing (not just my opinion ...) KLEBER:-cons: the worst in the wet, with 15 thousand km and seem strange humming noises, poźlizgi side is standard! Benefits: wearing little but what after two seasons as the sounds seem to ride the usual device ....! I think that because of the 3-JKI Fulda are the best ..... the most optimal choice ...... but I think all the pros come out in the next season ... if you have questions ICQ: 3354921
I have mixed feelings about these tyres. In general, seem to me to be good, but I have some doubts, which are the result of an event. It was in December, before the snow. The temperature was above freezing, and the pavement was wet. At the exit to the highway (I know well the exit) on the bow, I started to slip backwards accused me three times, I finally managed to leave the car on the right track ride and went on. After the incident, I have become a huge gap to the tyre and started to ride cautiously. The snow car runs well, until you do not fall into the skid. The slip I feel that I have no control over it. The wheels quite easily fall into uślizg during acceleration (front-wheel drive, the car long and heavy), ASR light flashes. I made a few trips to the mountains for skiing. Tyres performed well on steep climbs, descents and curves. Of course, by then I rode conservatively. In my car, the tyres are almost inaudible hum coming is not unpleasant to the ear. This includes the full range of speeds. After 5000 km tyre wear is normal, I did not notice any uszczerbień, cracks, chafing, etc. Due to the reasonable price I would recommend these tyres only those who drive safely.
It is quite a good tyre for the money but quickly loses contact with the surface, especially when braking and accelerating. Start with the lights looks like a deaf child or pressing shoe and noise. Forget about the fast should be moved off the bend on the road defeating approximately -2 - 5 degrees Celsius even as it's wet and raining just because we have not warmed oponu, goes like on plastics. Unlike the case in August is like the morning starts with a warm garage ~ 17 deg C, my car holds the road but feel the tyres lose grip even temperature and high-speed driving and zmusznia to heat the tyres while driving. There is another important factor in the running adversely affect their work, and contact pressure Mianowice and emerging force of friction, car is light, narrower tyres could be 145, it was possible to be better, for sure otherwise. I do not buy them anymore, now the company Nokian proof, because who else is doing the winter tyres know how not to Scandinavians :)
I live in the mountains, and as everyone knows there is snow for a long time and a lot of it ... Fulda tyres chose because they were praised in reviews, but this opinion is not written unless the inhabitants of the mountains :-) (no offense to the plains). I think I checked them in every way. On the big plus is worth driving on asphalt: quiet, good traction and prayczepność. Even at speeds reaching 160 km / h no beat on the steering wheel. But now the cons - the snow if it is low it is ok, but if you're going after a large amount of snow is a tragedy. I have ESP and non-stop blinking, even at idle is not already on the ice I'm talking about I almost broke the car. In general, does not hold the ice when driving off in advance - a tragedy. But the big plus is worth attrition is sensational ... Clincher recommend that people not living in the mountains. But it's your decision ... best regards
An improved second generation montero? I'd be afraid to ride on the first ;) Previously used Cormorants Snowpro better exercised in the mountains in the snow, there was no need to set up the chains, with the chewing did not want to assume and the ride was very stressful. They are soft, as in the absence of this, a real cold winters, and is not economical. Do not cross the required pressure and the wheels look like they lacked a few tenths of an atmosphere. In addition, very clearly moving rough roads. Certainly better in the winter than the summer one, but earlier in the winter Continentalach ASTRA felt confident (but that's another car, so difficult for an objective comparison). So confirm the opinion that the Fulda better come summer than winter rubber. Oh, and like almost every new tyres need to (the very long), because immediately after the assumption is death in the eyes ;)
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