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The presented tyre is marked with 3PMSF symbol (Three Peak Mountain Snow Flake). It means that the tyre meets the EU requirements for winter tyres. The symbol is awarded after thorough tests of a tyre model in terms of snow grip.

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Driving safety and stability and short braking distances are the chief benefits of the Bridgestone Blizzak LM32. The model features a directional tread which guarantees outstanding performance on snow, ice and slush. The optimised tread pattern rapidly evacuates water, improving grip regardless of the road surface or weather conditions.  

Use of an innovative rubber compound means that the Bridgestone Blizzak LM32 exhibits outstanding durability and resistance to wear. The engineers in charge of designing the tyre took a great deal of care to ensure even wear of the tread, meaning that drivers benefit from the full range of performance values throughout the service life of the tyre. This prevents the risk of a deterioration in performance and grip as the figure on the milometer increases. The lightweight nature of the compound also means lower rolling resistance. This reduces fuel consumption and atmospheric CO2 emissions. Bridgestone Blizzak LM32 tyres deliver exceptional driving comfort and low tyre noise. The optimised tyre design and special tread sipes mean that the Bridgestone Blizzak LM32 mutes any noise generated by the tyre during driving, making for a quiet journey. The model is the ideal solution for all drivers who place a high value not only on outstanding grip regardless of the weather, but also on driving comfort and safety.

Bridgestone is an Asian tyre manufacturer that has been bringing its products to the market since 1931. As well as its eponymous brand, Bridgestone is also a majority shareholder in companies such as: Firestone, Seiberling, Gillette, Road King, Dayton and Peerless. The company owns 100 production facilities around the world. Bridgestone products are positioned in the premium range, meaning that they are characterised by outstanding manufacturing quality, excellent performance and high levels of driving comfort.  

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Blizzak LM32 Reviews


Bought this after good experience with Bridgestone Turanza T001 summer tyre. As of performance of LM32 tyre, I'm quite statisfied. Very good grip on dry, and satisfying grip in wet conditions. In wet conditions they are not quite as good as summer Turanza tyres in cornering, but nevertheless they felt statisfying and progressive. They had good grip on snow (driven on max. snow dept of cca. 10cm) and did not budge on several hundred kilometers on icy highway when they were on the end of thread life (thread depth cca. 4,5mm) Good comfort, but after 10 000 miles these tyres got quite noisy. Even changing sound frequency when driving over shallow puddles. Very strange. I had similar experience with noise on my other car with Bridgestone LM30 tyre. Now the LM32 are so loud (at the end of their life, thread depth 4mm) that they had masked the sound of two bearings starting to fail! Honestly, I would not buy this tyre again just because of this irritating noise.
CompareTyres User 2019
I have these fitted to the back of my BMW and they're ok in the dry, still spin relatively easily when setting off quickly and still easily get 'let off oversteer' and power oversteer is relatively easy to achieve as well. In the wet I'd say unless driven with caution they're dangerous, spin very easily and slide very easily as well, very unpredictable, breaking away with no prior warning, you definitely need to keep your wits about you if trying to make decent progress. For instance entering a motorway slip road recently, 4th gear at approx 50mph it flicked sideways on 1/2 throttle. They are surprisingly good in the snow though which I guess is ultimately what I bought them for. Only ever got stuck when the chassis ground out due to the depth of the snow, otherwise I didn't have any problems. Very predictable and stable. Overall I wouldn't recommend them for any car with reasonable power as they are so easily overwhelmed.
CompareTyres User 2019
Excellent in all weather conditions from -10oC to 35oC!

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