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The Germans are famous for their engineering and Continental are famed for their quality. They might be softer than other tyre makes but they are... Read about Continental
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  • Excellent braking performance on wet and dry roads.
  • Outstanding protection against aquaplaning.
  • Improved grip when cornering.
With the use of bionic engineering - based on the natural mechanisms of the leopard's paw and new generation silica rubber means low rolling resistance, better grip and shorter braking distances. Fitted as Original Equipment (OE) on many vehicles, this tyre is ideal for sporty vehicles and can be fitted in light trucks as well. To enjoy the sporty driving experience with reduced noise and increased comfort PremiumContact will be the perfect choice. Providing excellent traction on wet and dry surfaces, the tyre is not intended for near freezing temperatures like snow or ice.

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  • Longevity: 8.6 / 10
  • Fuel economy: 4.3 / 10

ContiPremiumContact Reviews

Great tyres especially for a daily.
Too expensive compared to other major contributors plus Fuel use was high with these 2014. 2015 opted for Dunlop Sport blu response.
This tires were fitted on my car as OEM. If passed 58.000km so far and they have still around 4mm. The wear is fantastic. I plan to change them next year because of the age. And I'm sure they would last 80K+ km as I drive very easy, no great accelerations nor brakes, and in the speed limits. But now they are 7 and a half years old, plan to change them at 8 years. As far as the grip all this years, it's excellent. Now I can feel a little wobbling on bad roads but on a good tarmac they are still excellent, both dry and wet.