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The presented tyre is marked with 3PMSF symbol (Three Peak Mountain Snow Flake). It means that the tyre meets the EU requirements for winter tyres. The symbol is awarded after thorough tests of a tyre model in terms of snow grip.

If you are looking for winter tyres which will prove themselves in all winter conditions and provide you with adequate safety, then Dunlop SP WINTER SPORT 3D is a good solution. This high-performance tyre performs excellently in extreme weather ensuring a confident drive on any type of surface.

The tyre was developed using a special silica compound which maintains appropriate flexibility at low temperatures. As a result, Dunlop SP WINTER SPORT 3D offers very good grip on dry and wet surfaces. Apart from the components used, the better grip is facilitated by the even distribution of the tread's pressure on the surface. Due to such an optimised structure, the tyre wears out more slowly and evenly. Consequently, you may enjoy the full performance of the tyre without worrying about deteriorating performance or travelling comfort.

SP WINTER SPORT 3D was designed with a directional tread, which is often used by winter tyre manufacturers because of its properties in variable conditions. The wide grooves immediately drain water and slush from under the crown ply, ensuring protection against dangerous aquaplaning.

The tyre uses the Dunlop Touch technology, which makes for a better feel of the road and, consequently, a higher driving precision and better control over the vehicle. Additionally, the mutually interlocking 3D blocks create a uniform area in the shoulder section which improves driving stability and confidence on dry surfaces.

Dunlop supplies premium tyres distinguished by their excellent execution quality, the use of the latest technologies and travelling comfort in any conditions. The high quality of their tyres is proven by the fact that they are chosen as the original tyres by manufacturers like Audi, BMW, Jaguar or Renault. Also, Dunlop products regularly receive awards in prestigious tyre tests arranged by independent automotive organisations and magazines.

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SP Winter Sport 3D Reviews

Overall a very good tyre, but in my experience not up to all awards achieved. While I was satisfied with the performance in general, I was disappointed by two things - it is very noisy and wear is far below average. Anyway, I would be possibly satisfied with it still, but cannot be while knowing what the amazing ContiWinterContact TS830 can do. As this might be an issue in the given tyre size (it works much better on my wife's car with smaller size), for next winter I will buy Continental in a heartbeat.
I've been using these tyres for around 12,000 miles (19,000 km) in the last 7 seasons (I try to use summer tyres as much as possible) and they were great when they were new. While getting older, they've become quite noisy what affected the driving comfort especially on longer distances on motorways. Also, the fuel consumption was a bit higher than I would expect. Other than that, I had no problem with grip on any kind of surface, handling is good as well as the road feedback. However, I will try different tyres next time.
Had it for 6 years, interchanging with summer tires. First 2 years were ok (about 6500 miles), after that driving in wet (in all wet conditions, from slightly moist to full wet) became slipery. It's like the first 2mm of tyres are rubber, and the rest is plastic. Recently bought all-year tires, that are 2/3 cheeper than Dunlop, and for now its night and day in comparison. Maybe they wasnt good fit for my car model, but, Dunlop lost future buyer because of their tire characteristics.