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Considering Gripping, cornering its an excellent tyres. But on other factors...its a looser..
Drove these tires for six summer seasons and for about 30,000 kms. Quiet when new and relatively comfortable. Became noisier and less comfortable during the years. Dry grip OK, but worsened after fourth season. Wet grip was a low point always, never had feeling of security. The tires were made in Poland, and look astonishingly like Debica Passio, also a Goodyear tire made in Poland. Wouldn't buy them again and can only recommend these tires if you're driving easy on mostly dry roads and can get them very cheap. Replaced them with Fulda EcoControl HP in the same size, and a change is straight away noticeable in a very positive matter.
The GT3 came as OEM, so far (a year later) they are the worst tyres i´ve tried. On wet asphalt you got to be extra careful as these tyres loose alot of grip, on dry asphalt they´re ok but make alot of noise and not very comfortable on bumpy roads. Another thing why i would never buy these tyres again is durability, I had two of them been "fixed" 3 times and replaced 1 of them due to too much damage in one year. Compared to the Hankook kinergy gt h436 the GT3 are below on every aspect so far (only 2 months of use), the hankooks are more comfortable and less noisy on dry or wet roads, the handling feels more precise and the feedback is more snappy. Also the price between the GT3s and gt h436 is almost the same. Overall I don´t recommend the GT3 tyres based on the low reliability and poor performance I´ve experienced.