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Kumho Tyres

Manufacturer's rating
4.0
based on 548 reviews
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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.

See other producers:
Firestone
Uniroyal
Cooper

Our customer's opinions:
  • Corsa 4.3

    Kumho SOLUS VIER KH21

    Hello you. All season tires advised me against myself also had objections, because as something to all this for nothing. I'm surprised they pleased, once the tire riding in a big rain in the countryside, not afraid to enter directly into the puddles, not even a little jerked the wheel, the speed of 80 km / h, with 100 lightly was felt that her struggles. The Snow also a pleasant surprise - the car chassis spawn, and he was driving. There was also the problem of possibly moving car in the snow, on ice knows no tire spikes. The tire is soft it will be her minus, in the summer I suspect that the faster you wipe. But it gives advice and as per our conditions are not even wondered whether I More > buy them again. Vulcanizer said that it looks solid, and I will add that solidly on their travels.
  • voitek 4.6

    Kumho SOLUS VIER KH21

    I drove from February to December (daily about 100km). The tyre sticks to the road well even in cold weather, and moderate snow (shallow and compacted - as in the city). In deep not driven so do not say. Tyre wear small, so the exchange (I mention below 3.5 mm) from the purchase of the vehicle ~ 3-4 years. The rain had a great lead (both at +20 C and 0C), is predictable. At higher speeds (> 110km / h) on a sharp curve in desczu once I went back a little, but it was impossible to move quietly, without changing the belt. In dry - quiet and no problems. Wet - hamowaniena straight and curved a lot better than the Michelin summer. I recommend to all who live in the city and winter tyres are More > not needed them for five days in the year, when the drive on the streets not cleared of snow.
  • Wojtek 3.6

    Kumho I`ZEN XW KW17

    Overall, not a bad tyre - I would even say that in trials such as braking on wet and dry fared much better than years of Fulda Carat Assuro. The fact that they were older but larger 195/50R15 (175/65R14 Kumho winter tyres) and a lot better to me to have inhibited (abs went off, but the effect was marginal). Moving off smoothly on snow right - because such Cormorants Snowpro from a friend did not give council Panda pull the hill, and the Korean tyre easily reached out to me and my Honda. Highly I rate depreciate these inequalities tyres. The big downside is the inhibition of the slush, but who in the winter goes quickly and carelessly? Relatively high attrition. The tyre is definitely better More > than all the Ling-Long'i, Cormorants.
  • Radowan Dragunov 4.6

    Kumho KU31

    Tire writes very well in dry conditions. Wet revelation. After entering at 70km / h in a fairly deep puddle, only hampered auto. Not jerked the wheel to the side and the car does not roll off the track. As well behave with asymmetrical driving (two sides of the car in different conditions) such as asphalt / sand or dry / water. I ride rather quietly, but sometimes I hurry and then presses the gas and quite dynamically changing speeds and directions. Tire very predictable and did not disappoint me or when braking or when cornering or acceleration. Not one slip which could not be controlled. I'm very happy. Compared with the previous Dunlop Sport SP01 not noticed traction worse and More > sometimes better behavior.
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