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Goodyear EAGLE F1 ASYMMETRIC tyres have an asymmetric tread which makes them more universal and helps to maintain good traction properties in different weather conditions.

The model ensures safe braking and stable driving no matter the weather conditions. During braking, the tyre increases its road contact surface, which reduces the braking distance. The compound used in the product includes silica, which enables the tyre to achieve a better grip and improves its performance on dry and wet surfaces. The tyre body has been stiffened, which gives the user a higher driving precision and the driver-tyre communication is more effective. The use of silica not only improves the grip, but also reduces rolling resistance. This has resulted in the reduction of fuel consumption and CO2footprint. The model is a perfect solution for drivers who value driving safety and good behaviour of the tyre on any type of surface. With its asymmetric pattern, the tread makes the tyre one of the best in its class and internal tests carried out by Goodyear prove its excellent performance in braking on dry and wet surfaces. The designers of Goodyear EAGLE F1 ASYMMETRIC have also considered optimum distribution of pressures acting against the tyre, which allows the driver to use its full performance throughout its life without worrying about wear as the mileage increases.

Goodyear is one of the largest tyre manufacturers in the world. The company specialises in the manufacture of premium tyres distinguished by the top quality of execution, excellent performance and the comfort of use. The group owns such brands as Dunlop, Dębica, Sava and Fulda. Currently, the company has 85 production plants in 28 countries.

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  • Safety:
  • Dry braking: 7.4 / 10
  • Wet braking: 7.2 / 10
  • Wet road holding: 9.3 / 10
  • Aquaplaning: 8.2 / 10
  • Comfort:
  • Road holding: 8.6 / 10
  • Absorption of irregularities: 7.4 / 10
  • Rolling noise: 7.4 / 10
  • Economy:
  • Longevity: 8.4 / 10
  • Fuel economy: 4 / 10

Eagle F1 Asymmetric Reviews

Superb traction for all dry and wet roads in terrible asphalt in Greece. I have done over 28000 km the last 4 years driving an Audi a3 sportback 160 ps, and for the first 2.5 years the perfomance of these tyres was as good as the day i bought them. The last 1.50 year the performance redused slightly and overaged and still NO issue with the steering. Now i will replace them with GoodYear Assymetric 3. Highly recommended!
I recently bought an A6 BiTdi Avant shod with Maxxis VS01, at the time I was happy with the tyre having only driven it at relatively low speeds. I was happy that the 19 wheels were no giving too bad a ride and the tyres /car appeared to handle OK. It was not until I took the car abroad and got past the 80mph mark that I began to be unhappy. There was a marked vibration that I tried to get balanced out without total success. The Maxxis had around 6mm of tread and took a lot of weight to quieten down, but never completely. The Maxxis is a budget tyre with good reviews but I really didn't feel it suited the Audi so I bit the bullet and had a set of the (now old) AO qualified Eagle F1 Asymmetric (not 2 or 3) and I can report it is like Chalk and Cheese. The car is altogether better composed with good road feel, ride comfort and no appreciable noise increase. Perhaps Audi really do tune their suspension to the tyre ? Not many AO F1s about any more and the F1 Asymmetric 2 and 3 don't appear to be AO qualified so I'm not sure what I will do next time round. Hopefully it wont be too soon.
Had those purchased as my 1st set of tyres (all four) since I bought the car. At 1st the tyres felt sticky, car felt planted in the corners but after some 5000km (3000miles) they felt plasticky on the front axle with loads of understeer especially after a couple of trackdays. Treadwear was fine, not even half through and the sidewalls were intact. And that's just the problem it seems for me - the tyres' qualities are not consistent as if the rubber quality feels progressively worse the deeper you dig into them. Luckily the rear ones seem ok and I still keep them on the rear axle now with my 4th set on the front (Pirelly P Zero Nero at the moment). I'll avoid the Eagles due to lack of confidence in quality consistency