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I have found these tyres extremely dangerous in the wet. The slightest bit of wet on a smooth bit of tarcel - the car planed. Going over a slight bump whilst turning even in dry conditions - the rear tyres struggle to renew grip and give the sensation of the rear of the car almost giving a little side ways jump. I am going in to get rid of these dangerous tyres today. Nearly 2 accidents in one journey yesterday with planing (first day driving in the wet with them). Tyre pressures have been checked and were fine.
I have covered 3300 miles on these tyres so far. The dry grip is quite good and the wear, so far is also good, used about 1.5mm. The ride is comfortable, but a little noisy at speed. The wet grip however is appalling and can be quite dangerous. For this reason I will not be purchasing them again.
Standard tyre with the car (Peugeot 208 1.6 HDI) and can't complain. They were not too loud, good fuel economy and hard wearing. Roughly 20-25000 miles on a set though I was changing with winter tyres for half the year so hard to estimate. I've used these tyres in cold temperatures and they seem to grip like normal though in the wet (incl. summer) you do feel a slight difference in grip, not much though. Good tyre all round.