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Continental Winter Tyres





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205/60 R16 225/45 R17 205/55 R16 195/65 R15 175/65 R14 Expand the list of sizes Hide the list of sizes

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Continental ContiWinterContact TS 830 P

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In our offer, we have 10 Continental tyre models
priced from £80 to £406.

Continental car tyres

Continental WinterContact TS 870

20 reviews

From 80 £ pcs.
Continental WinterContact TS 860 S

23 reviews

From 122 £ pcs.
Continental WinterContact TS 870 P

20 reviews

From 124 £ pcs.

Continental 4x4 tyres

Continental WinterContact TS 850 P SUV

7 reviews

From 231 £ pcs.
Continental ContiCrossContact Winter

32 reviews

From 301 £ pcs.

Continental Van tyres

Continental VanContact Winter

3 reviews

From 122 £ pcs.
Continental  VancoWinterTM 2

26 reviews

From 145 £ pcs.

Our customers' opinions on Continental tyres:

  • Michał 5.0

    Continental WinterContact TS 870

    This is the second Continental winter tyre I have used. Previously, they were the TS 860, and this time I opted for the latest model. They have already been tested this year on all surfaces, mainly at motorway speeds, and the test results have been confirmed in reality. The tyres grip the road very well in all conditions. I would definitely recommend to those who are undecided. See more >
  • DP 4.4

    Continental WinterContact TS 860

    Good in the wet, good in the dry, excels in snow. Reassuring predictable tyre. Good at high speed - often one can forget they are winters. Tough too. Only 2 possible gripes - turn in one can feel the blocks moving a fraction (but these are way better than Alpin 5s for that). Also, ride a bit soft on them - but comfy++ See more >
  • Shnarf 4.3

    Continental WinterContact TS 850 P

    i can’t trcommend these tyres highly enough for winter use. The snow from early 2018 was a true test for the Continentals, and they performed perfectly. The car could be driven in thick falling snow with very little detriment to grip and handling. Other cars were grinding to a halt or couldn’t even grip the snow, whereas I could continue my journey as nornal. If you value the lives of your family then you should get some winter tyres - below 7 degrees these tyres out perform summer tyres in nearly every way. In the snow they’re virtually unstoppable. The difference between summer and winter tyres on snow is like the difference between day and night, it really is that clear. If you’re See more > never tried them and can afford to do so then I highly recommend winter tyres, and these Continentals in particular.
  • Krzysztof 3.6

    Continental ContiWinterContact TS850

    After one winter tires is satisfactory, although the winter was not especially heavy. They are fairly quiet and thanks to low (I think) rolling resistance, fuel consumption has not increased compared to the summer season. Despite a fairly aggressive driving, braking is certain, and cornering the tires are holding up very well. On the previous tires (Pirelli Winter) przejeździłem 8 seasons without fear and I hope that the Continental-e will be as durable. See more >