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Bridgestone Turanza T001
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Newly launched in 2012, the Turanza T001 is a tyre boasting reduced irregular wear and pattern noise thanks to its specially designed tread pattern. Thanks to extensive testing, the tyre performs exceptionally well in both dry & wet conditions - with notable resistance to hydroplaning. Produced with safety in mind, the Turanze T001 ensures maximum cornering grip and a high braking force.

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  • Safety:
  • Dry braking: 7.1 / 10
  • Wet braking: 8.1 / 10
  • Wet road holding: 7.7 / 10
  • Aquaplaning: 8.8 / 10
  • Comfort:
  • Road holding: 9.1 / 10
  • Absorption of irregularities: 7.6 / 10
  • Rolling noise: 6.7 / 10
  • Economy:
  • Longevity: 5.8 / 10
  • Fuel economy: 6.6 / 10

Turanza T001 Reviews

Deathtrap. That's an apt word for these tyres. They came as stock with a new Mazda 6 Tourer. It beggars belief that they would decide to put these useless pieces of rubber on their cars. Wheel spin when setting off and loss of traction on bends even at moderate speeds. In the wet they are simply appalling and it is like driving on an ice rink. If we get any snow or ice, I may have to leave the car at home. The worst tyres I have ever had.
A really not good tyre to buy. If it comes with a low budget price it will be good to fit them for emergency purpose. We fit them before 4 years in our Ford Mondeo 1.8 125hp Ghia '04. They're the worst tyres we've been ever fit along with some kind of BF Goodrich we had years ago. Grip in dry tarmac was not good even when they was fresh installed. You have the feeling of planning in the road as you never felt your steering wheel and the car itself gripping nowhere. Braking in dry was not terrifying but when you hit the brakes the car stops a lot of meters away,while sliding like you have not abs. The same in wet tarmac grip and braking, not good at all,you feel safety walking away from you. Wear rate was not good,again. After 1 and a half year you clearly see rifts and small pieces of rubber were missing. They're "vanishing" extremely quick. Strangely, the rest 2 and a half years they worn out a bit slower. Road noise is average,not very noisy not quiet, as ride comfort was average too. The best tyres we have ever fit was the SportContact 2. It will be "ok" if they are very low budget tyres but when you give your money for Bridgestones you deserve more. Very low quality rubber. I can admit that the T001 are selling good out in the market and also that not every tyre fitting well in every car BUT that not mean that these tyres are very bad and of course i will not buy again any Bridgestone models because i had a very bad "reconciliation" with Adrenalines RE002 in my other car, a Fabia vrs. Again a very bad tyre. Strongly not recomended.
I had to replace the rear tyres on a BMW after 14.000 km of normal family driving. Poor durability. :(