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195/65 R15 205/55 R16 225/45 R17 185/65 R15 205/60 R16 Expand the list of sizes Hide the list of sizes

Kumho recommended tyres

Kumho KU39
4.2

117 reviews

From 103 £ pcs.
Kumho KH17
4.1

34 reviews

From 46 £ pcs.
Kumho Ecowing ES01 KH27
4.3

30 reviews

From 51 £ pcs.

In our offer, we have 32 Kumho tyre models
priced from £41 to £215.

Kumho car tyres

Kumho Ecowing ES31
3.6

1 review

From 41 £ pcs.
Kumho Solus 4S HA32
From 49 £ pcs.
Kumho Ecsta HS52
4.5

48 reviews

From 50 £ pcs.
Kumho Ecsta HS51
4.6

9 reviews

From 56 £ pcs.
Kumho ECSTA KH11
4.2

11 reviews

From 56 £ pcs.
Kumho Solus HA31
4.2

5 reviews

From 57 £ pcs.
Kumho Ecsta PS71
4.3

6 reviews

From 62 £ pcs.
Kumho WinterCraft WP52
From 63 £ pcs.
Kumho WinterCraft WP51
4.2

7 reviews

From 64 £ pcs.
Kumho Road Venture AT61
5.0

1 review

From 65 £ pcs.
Kumho KH31
4.0

15 reviews

From 68 £ pcs.
Kumho KH25
From 71 £ pcs.
Kumho Ecsta PS71 EV
From 74 £ pcs.
Kumho Solus 4S HA32+
From 80 £ pcs.
Kumho WinterCraft WP71
4.3

17 reviews

From 80 £ pcs.
Kumho Ecsta PS91
4.4

10 reviews

From 86 £ pcs.
Kumho I`ZEN KW27
4.0

19 reviews

From 106 £ pcs.
Kumho WinterCraft WP72
From 142 £ pcs.

Kumho 4x4 tyres

Kumho Crugen HP91
5.0

2 reviews

From 70 £ pcs.
Kumho Crugen Premium KL33
5.0

1 review

From 72 £ pcs.
Kumho Crugen HP71
From 78 £ pcs.
Kumho Ecsta PS71 SUV
From 86 £ pcs.
Kumho WinterCraft WS71
4.1

2 reviews

From 108 £ pcs.
Kumho ROAD VENTURE MT KL71
4.2

17 reviews

From 113 £ pcs.
Kumho Road Venture MT51
From 114 £ pcs.

Kumho Van tyres

Kumho PorTran KC53
4.4

2 reviews

From 65 £ pcs.
Kumho PorTran 4S CX11
From 76 £ pcs.

Tyres from South Korea are very popular among customers and have received a lot of positive reviews from the wider industry as well. One of the brands particularly appreciated by drivers is Kumho. This is due to their design, which enables good driving under different conditions, while at the same time allowing good prices (the brand ranks in the middle market segment). If you are looking for this type of tyre, Kumho has on offer should interest you.

It is worth noting that Kumho tyres are appreciated not only by customers, but also by car manufacturers. The company supplies original equipment to the largest Korean brands (Hyundai, Kia and SsangYong) and many popular car models from outside Asia, such as the Volkswagen Polo, Mercedes-Benz A-class and Vauxhall Antara.

Kumho strongly focuses on the innovativeness of its tyres. It is one of the first manufacturers (the fourth, to be precise) to introduce run-flat tyres and section-height profile 20 models. The brand's involvement in the development of its tyres is also evident in the world of motorsport. The company has exclusive rights to supply tyres for the Formula 3 European Series, the most powerful Formula 3 series in the world. This year, the Kumho Team also won the LMP2 class in the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans race.

Interesting facts:

The company was founded in 1960. In 1973, it teamed up with Uniroyal with the aim of creating radial tyres.

Kumho, as a brand name was created in 1978. The company was previously called Samyang.

The name Kumho means "clear lake" in Korean.

At Kumho’s first factory, in Yangdong, the production capacity was very modest. Its workers were initially able to meet requirements for 20 tyres a day.

In addition to tyres, Kumho specialises in the production of golf balls and owns Asiana Airlines.

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Our customers' opinions on Kumho tyres:

  • Krzysiek 4.6

    Kumho Ecsta HS52

    Quality for the price - very good. Superb on dry pavement, good grip on bends. In the wet, you have to be careful, but for aquaplaning to occur, you have to push the tires really hard at speed and in quite deep and long puddles. The tyres are not too noisy. I recommend them not because I already have one, but because what I have read about them on the internet and in the motoring press agrees with reality. See more >
  • Anthony 4.8

    Kumho Ecsta PS91

    Hello. When i was buying tyres I was guided by the fact that they have a rim protector which is very important at 18 "inches. Tyres are a bit loud but it is not that bad. They hold the car very well on the road. They tread looks very nice. A very good product in this price, The tyre is very durable I would recommend! See more >
  • Sergio 3.6

    Kumho KU39

    I already have about 8 pairs of tires. I do not like to compare brands so I will evaluate them as a demanding driver and with aggressive driving. In my measure 235/35/19 I can say that: In the wet: it keeps the line even going too far, drains quickly, and when it loses grip it's because you provoke it. It scares you when you want, not when he wants to. The braking is short. Dry: has a firm grip, but with my profile is short, I notice the bending of the side of the tire in roundabouts and steps by curve when you take it to the limit, after this the grip of the tire begins to scream and feel the bend of the profile . It loses total grip after forcing much more of the squeal. It warns that See more > it loses fast adhesion, the warning is short and when releasing pedal it recovers its current position. Durability: at 16,000, it warns followed by water that needs replacement. Some 4000 more permuting both pairs from front to back and lowering the level of aggressiveness. The noise: high to more than 150. I like the tire because there is no other in the market that quality price that offers an A in water (true and proven) for such a low price. It transmits good sensations up to almost its maximum wear limit. I always start with the expensive ones and then I return to those who comply with my driving at an affordable price.
  • Tedy. 4.0

    Kumho Ecowing ES01 KH27

    I drove on the Korean Kumho tires until the end of their life, and I can say that the tires are permanent. When my stable driving beat them over 70 tys.km. Since the news is not caused any trouble. Tires are fairly quiet, even to consume. Whereas before the end of their life, somewhere in the 55-60 tys.km. They are becoming more slippery on wet surfaces. When the roadway is wet in autumn days must then be very careful of speed when approaching the lights and keep a greater distance from the preceding vehicle us. On dry roads they behave very well. See more >