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  • Extremely quiet.
  • High level of comfort.
  • Original Equipment tyre on BMW, Mazda, Mercedes and Porsche vehicles.
  • Stable at top speeds.
ER30 is a solid tyre well adapted for summer use. This grand touring tyre from Bridgestone is mounted as Original Equipment on the many of the most demanding vehicle manufacturers. The ER30's special construction ensures road noise levels are kept to a minimum, whilst retaining performance in both wet and dry conditions.

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Turanza ER30 Reviews


These came as OE tyre when I bought the new car FF MK2.5. Up to 20 000 km they had been very well in both, dry and wet conditions. Grip on the dry surface was quite good. Even with 60.000km behind itself, they had a lot of grip. They are average in the wet. Noise, yes they are noisy but I have been quite disappointed with my new set, Michelin Pilot Sport 3. They are noisy almost same as ER30 but nobody has mentioned that on this forum yet. Also, the my subjective assesment for the first 200km will be that PS3 is worse in dry than ER30. Yesterday, I felt a slightly understeer at a curved road where I usually drive. The ER30 is not comfort tyre since the car feels every bump on the road.
CompareTyres User 2019
Let's be crystal clear: This tyre is outright dangerous in the wet and when its cold. I know it's an OE tyre but never thought Bridgestone would put their brand on a product that dysfunctions completely when operating just past the limit of it's official rating (7C for summer tyre is it? Got the scare of my life at around 2 or 3C ... and 15mph!!! Almost felt like black ice!). This tyre is fit for only one purpose, to be used on taxis for max wear resistance, at city speeds and in warm climate. Anything else, drive at your own risk. First time of my life I've described a tyre as dangerous, and never imagined it'd be a Bridgestone ... on a Prius! Would advise anyone to steer clear from these things, while they can still steer!
CompareTyres User 2019
These came as OE tyre when I bought the new car FF MK2.5. Up to 20 000 km they had been very well in both, dry and wet conditions. Grip on the dry surface was quite good. Even with 60.000km behind itself, they had a lot of grip. They are average in the wet. Noise, yes they are noisy but I have been quite disappointed with my new set, Michelin Pilot Sport 3. They are noisy almost same as ER30 but nobody has mentioned that on this forum yet. Also, the my subjective assesment for the first 200km will be that PS3 is worse in dry than ER30. Yesterday, I felt a slightly understeer at a curved road where I usually drive. The ER30 is not comfort tyre since the car feels every bump on the road.

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