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The Accelera PHI performs exceptionally well in sporty cars fitted with a high performance engine. The model is made from a rubber compound that maintains optimal flexibility across a wide range of temperatures. This means that the tread maintains excellent stiffness at high temperatures, ensuring driving stability and safety in any weather conditions.

The engineers who designed the model went to great lengths to ensure the optimum distribution of forces acting on the tyre. It therefore wears slowly and evenly, ensuring that the tyre offers optimal performance for its entire service life. The driver therefore does not have to worry about any loss of grip or a reduction in comfort levels as the mileage increases. The model features an asymmetric tread pattern made up of two independent parts, each responsible for different parameters, which means that the model performs well on both wet and dry surfaces. Wide grooves effectively disperse water and guarantee rapid drying of the tread, maintaining optimal grip regardless of the road type and condition. The tyre ribs have been stiffened, which ensures optimal traction features and steering precision. Communication between the driver and the tyre has also been improved and braking distances reduced. The tyre is also resistant to mechanical damage. The Accelera PHI offers durability, reliability and good performance on any surface.

Five circumferential grooves intersect in the centre of the tyre, ensuring driving stability and effective water dispersal. The circumferential channels also have another important role to play as they cool the tyre down, ensuring its full performance specifications, whatever the weather. The compound used to produce the model is noted for its lightness, which reduces rolling resistance and limits CO2 emissions. The model is a good solution for drivers looking for a balanced performance at an affordable price.

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PHI Reviews

The varied reviews on the this tyre are insane. Some calling them dangerous to the best tyre ever driven on to date. My review is based on driving at legal speeds. Average 80 to 120kph. On my Irish dry roads, the car handles well and confortable giving good feed back steering through the corners and braking. In heavy rain, I slowed down and again the tyres are fine. On greasy wet main roads, the tyres were giddy accelerating away from lights, fighting for grip as I put my foot down. So if you don't want spin - don't race! Once I adjusted my driving style to the tyres, they were acceptable. In summary, my view is that once these tyres are that driven legally, they are good for the money on a family car driving safely. Its like the Top Gear corner Follow Through - different cars and drivers can go at different speeds. (Bring back the old Guys!) But if I had the money and did my research and wanted to enjoy the full potential of my car and all its power, I would go for the drivers tyre- Michelin Pilot Sport 4. If I want to maximise fuel economy and long life I'd drive on the Michelin Primacy 3. Both the same price, but different handling qualities. In my view, Mid range brands are just made to suit peoples budgets.
Shocking tyres in the wet - buy something else if there is any chance of rain anywhere near where you are going. Volvo's are pretty sure footed, but my V70 just understeers across the road when it is wet at 20 mph. Really, these are dangerous :-(
Tyres worn out after 8 - 8.5k miles. Terrible wet grip. Occasionally car would start to skid on large roundabouts at low/moderate speeds. Cheap but would definitely pay more next time for something better