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The Continental ContiSportContact 5 is a ultra high performance tyre developed and tested with OE car partners. The ContiSportContact 5 has been designed to deliver maximum safety mixed with driving pleasure.

Continental have constructed the ContiSportContact 5 with a supple ‘macro-block’ design - this works to increases the total contact area between the tyre and road surface for added grip when cornering. This results in superb grip and stability when cornering.

Their use of ‘Black Chilli Technology’ - which is the combination of grip enhancing resins with highly structured carbon black - also aids in delivering short braking distances.

Excellent stability throughout the life of the tyre is achieved with a 0° hybrid cap ply which also helps achieve precise steering, thanks to the tyre's circumferential stiffness and radial flexibility.

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CompareTyres.com analysis
  • Safety:
  • Dry braking: 8.4 / 10
  • Wet braking: 9.5 / 10
  • Wet road holding: 9.4 / 10
  • Aquaplaning: 8.9 / 10
  • Comfort:
  • Road holding: 9.4 / 10
  • Absorption of irregularities: 8 / 10
  • Rolling noise: 6.6 / 10
  • Economy:
  • Longevity: 6.5 / 10
  • Fuel economy: 6 / 10

ContiSportContact 5 Reviews

Standard fitting on Hyundai Tucson SE Premium. Lasted less than 13000 miles on front axle. Is it my driving? I don't think so. Previous car was Hyundai IX35 SE Premium (basically the same car), changed front tyres on that one at 31000 miles. Previous car to that was a Discovery TD5, tyres lasted 40000 miles between changes so its not my driving! Ok for feedback and grip and noise levels but will not be buying as replacements
I bought a Ford Edge automatic in December 2017 and the Continental tyres are worn out after 12,500 miles. The rear tyres are worn to 2 mm and the front ones are illegal. In 2013 I had a Volvo XC90 whose Continental tyres needed replacing after about 13,000 so I am beginning to think Continentals are not a good choice for large SUVs.
I purchased a Ford Edge 2.0 Titanium 210bhp with these fitted. Having covered just over 5000 miles the rears are at 3.2mm(max) and the fronts are at 5.2mm max. At this rate I’ll have to replace all before 10,000 miles - absolutely disgusting. Will not buy Continental tyres to replace them.
These tyres came fitted to my wife's car, so when she needed 2 fronts replaced on MOT I stuck with the same on the rear, imagine my surprise when less than 5000 miles later the fronts were on the legal limits AGAIN!, and now the rears were done too. My wife does not drive like a boy racer either so the tyres have not been thrashed. Performance wise I can not fault them but they are high end tyres which are not cheap and wear out faster than my bank balance can keep up unfortunately, would not buy again on wear only (sorry).
Was running them on my 2007 BMW 530D comfort levels was OK but I ended up running the tire pressure below 2.2 bar in town for a smoother ride. Dry and wet and is not the best is extremely predictable which inspires confidence and makes these enjoyable tyres to drive had. Unfortunately, I only got 20,000 km out of a set which is the reason why I will be moving to Michelin's
Very soft sidewall, not precise steering, good in dry and with normal driving good in wet. Average wear.