looking at the other reviews for the Peugeot 508 RXH the 21000 miles I got from the Coopers was excellent and certainly better than the Dunlops I had on originaly. Very quiet tyres especially when new and never had any issues with grip in either wet or dry. I guess I am a fairly sedate driver, but at 50000 miles a year I have a pretty good idea what I am looking for in a tyre and will certainly by coopers againb
Switched from all-corners Continental SSR3 RFs to these, and the difference is almost day and night. Car is a lot less crashy with a lot less road noise, accidentally hitting potholes no longer make the car feel like it's hit a wall and the car feels overall much smoother. The Conti SSR3's warmed up quicker and felt more solid in harsh cornering, but for daily driving these are absolutely superb, especially coupled with the lifetime warranty.
I have to say mt Cooper Zeons grip the road well in most conditions, are very quiet and have had no impact on mpg. They exceed my previous Bridgestones in most areas except the elephant in the room, TYRE WEAR. On a quick visit to Mercedes for a free winter check they informed me I will need to replace my rear tyres soon, I thought that's strange, I have only had them 5 months and for just over 9000 miles, I shrugged it off as Sales speak. It was pouring with rain when I collected the car so could only check them the next day. They are almost worn down to the little tabs between the tread. How did that happen! Same driving style, same mpg, similar miles, the same roads. My last set of Tyres went well over 20k and he set before over 30k. The Coopers now ready for replacement at 10k absolutely Shocked.