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Nexen WINGUARD SPORT
4.0

241 reviews

From 59 £ pcs.

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Our customers' opinions on Nexen tyres:

  • Tom 4.6

    Nexen Winguard Sport 2

    Unexpectedly perfect tires!Unexpected lovely tires with amazing capacity..For warm autumn and winter and for snow/wet road perfect.Looks absolutely fantastic!Strong point:very good winter tires,well on ice and snow,wet road.For autumn and early spring absolutely good!Really reliable and used long time.Good technology and traction. Completely good even for wet summer. Weak point:noise and not really economic but what you expect from winter tires. Looking forward next one next year See more >
  • Patrick 4.0

    Nexen Winguard Snow'G WH2

    Nexen Winguard Snow'G WH2 provides good tracktion even in some hard winter weather conditions. The main advantage is a wet grip which works really well on the snowy road too. It is quite hard to losse the control of the vehicle when driving reasonably. On the dry road is is just great. They are not too loud as well. Fuel efficiency is on a god level also. Recommended. See more >
  • less 4.9

    Nexen WINGUARD SPORT

    I've been thinking about buying tyres for the winter for a long time. My newly purchased vehicle was only equipped with summer tyres. The common sense won and the decision to buy set of a new winter ones was made. The choice fell on NEXEN Winguard tyres. I've met this brand several times. I noticed that some Korean vehicles are equipped with these tyres. Since the manufacturer uses them from the beginning it probably cannot be bad. In the case of buying summer tyres in the future I will definitely choose the NEXEN brand. See more >
  • Jack 3.8

    Nexen Winguard Sport 2

    I bought these as I needed winter tyres to drive in Germany but kept them on for the British winter. This proved worthwhile as the snow and ice lasted into March. No difficulties were had in snow on the roads and they gave additional confidence to drive in the conditions... though it must be said that having four wheel drive added to this in combination with the tyres. See more >