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The Falken FK 453 is a summer tyre designed for sporty passenger cars with a high performance engine. Thanks to its asymmetric tread pattern, the model performs very well on both wet and dry surfaces. The tyre is suited to drivers who favour a sporty and dynamic style of driving and who do not want their driving compromised by poor weather conditions.

The innovative asymmetric tread guarantees rapid water dispersal from under the tyre, which helps minimise the risk of aquaplaning and maintains optimal grip. This results in a safe and comfortable driving experience, whatever the road conditions. The designers have reinforced the tyre's side wall, giving the car better grip and excellent traction not only on straight roads, but also when going round corners. Three centrally positioned channels in the tyre tread disperse water and keep the tyre cool, which means that it does not heat up quickly and offers optimal performance when driven in a fast, sporty style. The designers have also managed to reduce tyre noise when in motion. The uneven and staggered arrangement of the tread blocks produces a quiet and comfortable driving experience. The Falken FK 453 is a tyre noted for its slow wear levels. The optimal distribution of pressure inside the tyre means that the tread wears evenly, ensuring optimal driving performance for the entire lifetime of the Falken FK 453, resulting in a safe and comfortable driving experience.

Falken is a Japanese company that has been in operation since 1983. The brand specialises in producing mid-range tyres noted for their affordable price and excellent performance on any type of surface. The company produces tyres for passenger cars, 4x4 vehicles, vans, lorries and industrial machinery. Falken's factories are located in the United States. The Japanese company has been part of the Sumitomo Rubber Industries group since 2003.

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  • Safety:
  • Dry braking: 7.3 / 10
  • Wet braking: 8 / 10
  • Wet road holding: 6.9 / 10
  • Aquaplaning: 6.4 / 10
  • Comfort:
  • Road holding: 8.7 / 10
  • Absorption of irregularities: 7 / 10
  • Rolling noise: 7.1 / 10
  • Economy:
  • Longevity: 6.9 / 10
  • Fuel economy: 3.3 / 10

Azenis FK453 Reviews

Cornering in the wet and dry was good. If the road was wet the wheels would spin quite easily when taking off from a stand still. Comfort I don't really know about, nothing really feels comfortable with msport suspension. Wear was pretty bad, rears are basically bald after 10000miles, 1500miles of that was on road trips with spirited driving and the other 8500miles was on straight roads driving normally doing 60mph. The fronts still have at least half their tread left so might keep them on the front, but will probably go with something else on the rears as they cost about $450 per tyre.
Great value for money, decent life expectancy considering the driving style. There are better tyres out there but I found those to be fun and predictable. Grip is not my priority as I like a lively car. I had preferred the FK452, but those are OK replacements...
Having changed all 4 of my Run-Flat tyres only 18 months (and 12000 miles) ago, I was today shocked to hear I only had 1mm left on the rear tyres. All of my driving has been long motor drives across Europe. My last tyres (Michelins) lasted 38000 miles, hence the reason I'm so shocked. The front tyres still have 5mm.