- High level of steering response.
- Superior performance characteristics combining handling, cornering and braking.
- Excellent braking capability to increase safety.
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I have these tyres on my car and they just need replacing now, having been on from when the car was brand new in 2006. Mileage done is a little under average, but very happy with the duration of the tyres. I'm looking to buy a new set of tyres, but looking for best value for money as they are roughly £70 a tyre. If I can't find suitable replacements, then I will buy the Bridgestone Potenza RE080 without a blink of an eye!
Really bad tire I have ever seen. They come with car originally and I use them since 2012. No need to use that long. No wear or tear, so solid like stone. Yes they are stone. So much noise and road response. 67K km I used. No need that long. EE class tire need to be changed like 30K.
These tyres came originally with the car. It has just the perfect amount of grip you need on dry roads or in the wet. However they wore out pretty quickly( at about 25,000 kms). The tire roar sound also increased considerably as the tire grew old. Will be replacing them soon, I feel its worth considering cheaper alternatives such as the Westlake RP18 or RP26, they have pretty much the same characteristics and a breathtaking price ( nearly half the price of the Bridgestone).