Goodyear Vector 4Seasons Gen-3 SUV tyre tests:
Auto Bild test
in size 225/50 R18;
Gute Fahrt test
in size 235/55 R18;
Auto Bild Allrad test
in size 215/65 R17;
Goodyear Vector 4Seasons Gen-3 SUV is a premium all-season tyre for all-wheel drive vehicles. It has been designed for safe travel regardless of the season and weather conditions. This is achieved, for example, by means of a directional tread.
To ensure that the tyres offer short braking distances and also provide very good handling when manoeuvring on dry roads, strong, non-deforming blocks are used. The tread also features a mesh of intersecting lamellas, which are responsible for traction on snow.
A unique solution that distinguishes the Goodyear Vector 4Seasons Gen-3 SUV model is the grooves that protect against the negative effects of aquaplaning. They effectively remove water from the wheels throughout the lifespan of the tyres. As the treadwear wears off, they are designed to evolve to best care for the safety of you and your loved ones.
This all-year-round proposal is also characterised by low rolling resistance, important for economical driving. Less fuel consumption means money is saved. Buying the all-season model, you also save time and money.
Goodyear is an American group of companies which manufactures best quality tyres. In the factories belonging to the company, there are also tyres marked with the logo, among others Dębica, Dunlop, Fulda i Sava.
Goodyear Vector 4Seasons Gen-3 SUV All season tyre is considered premium class, that is, characterised by modern technology and maximum performance.
You are currently viewing a tyre in the size 255/55 R18.
The tyre is currently available in sizes between 16 to 21 inch.
This is a tyre with speed index
Y - maximum speed you can go with this tyre is
The tyre has a load index of
109 - the maximum load this tyre can take is
The tyre has the following label parameters: C (fuel efficiency), B (braking distance on wet surfaces), B 72 dB (external noise).
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Tyre is reinforced (is more resistant to heavier loads)