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Desert HAWK Reviews

Achilles Desert Hawk H/T tyres had been installed by a car rental company onto a 2008 Toyota RAV4 all-wheel-drive SUV. Not expecting great performance from an economy brand made in Indonesia, they turned out to be remarkably good (better, in fact, than Dunlops fitted to a new RAV4 by Toyota). The Desert Hawks gave good straight-line stability and a comfortable ride on tarmac, concrete and unpaved roads. Driving appropriately, they had reasonable cornering and braking abilities in dry, wet and gravely conditions. The 4-cylinder engine with automatic transmission and AWD never challenged their grip during acceleration or heading uphill. Whether unloaded, or fully loaded with five people and luggage, these tyres were quiet on most surfaces and had no undesirable vibrations. NOTE: the Desert Hawk H/T reviewed here is the version intended for mostly on-road use. Achilles also makes the Desert Hawk in increasingly aggressive and knobbly A/P, A/T, M/T and XMT versions, which should be chosen with caution for more off-road use, or driving through serious snow or mud.
Driving 2008 ,SUV , Citroen C-Crosser 2.2 HDi (built with engine from MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER) from 90.000 till 120.000km, spirited driving millage,mostly highways, driving around 120-140km/h (sometimes till 160km/h but sometimes 100km/h), all 4 were Desert Hawk. Very unstable, not comfortable nor you have a filling of good control, especially in curves in dry even worst in wet , very noisy, wearing almost none but they felt like plastic tyres. Not satisfied at all, I wouldn't recommend buying. Bought Vederstain Sportrac 5, much better but wearing was very fast (especially on the edges) after 22-23.000km (less than 2 years) and they lost their characteristics,but I guess the factor is the fast driving. Looking now amongst Nokian Line SUV, Toyo Proxis CF2 SUV, Goodyear EfficientGrip SUV , Falken Avenzis 510 SUV and Continental SC 6 (last two are favorites)
Achilles Desert Hawk H/T tyres had been installed by a car rental company onto a 2008 Toyota RAV4 all-wheel-drive SUV. Not expecting great performance from an economy brand made in Indonesia, they turned out to be remarkably good (better, in fact, than Dunlops fitted to a new RAV4 by Toyota). The Desert Hawks gave good straight-line stability and a comfortable ride on tarmac, concrete and unpaved roads. Driving appropriately, they had reasonable cornering and braking abilities in dry, wet and gravely conditions. The 4-cylinder engine with automatic transmission and AWD never challenged their grip during acceleration or heading uphill. Whether unloaded, or fully loaded with five people and luggage, these tyres were quiet on most surfaces and had no undesirable vibrations. NOTE: the Desert Hawk H/T reviewed here is the version intended for mostly on-road use. Achilles also makes the Desert Hawk in increasingly aggressive and knobbly A/P, A/T, M/T and XMT versions, which should be chosen with caution for more off-road use, or driving through serious snow or mud.