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Information on the tyre: Hankook Kinergy 4S H740 is a medium-class all-season tyre that will match the expectations of drivers looking for safe and comfortable models which flexibly adapts to road conditions. Their impressive parameters make it possible to get high performance no matter the season.

The Kinergy 4S H740 is refined in every detail. With the use of advanced technology, the manufacturer obtained a 10% shorter braking distance on snowy surfaces. At the same time, the tyre provides 6% better and safer driving on dry and wet roads. This comes, among other things, from its appropriate tread structure which includes two sipe types which are different in the internal and external sections. Another quality is their robust body made of polyester. Its use translates into higher durability of lateral walls and higher grip. With this, the model stands out for its extended lifespan and ensures stability on the road, also during a dynamic drive.

Hankook Kinergy 4S H740 is based on a rubber compound including silica. The use of such a compound translates not only into a reduced level of noise and higher comfort during braking. It also makes for the lower weight of the tyre, and consequently lower rolling resistance. Therefore, Kinergy 4S H740 is fuel-efficient.

Information on the manufacturer: Hankook is a Korean tyre manufacturer present in the industry since 1941. They offer tyres intended for passenger cars (also 4x4 drives and race cars), lorries or light trucks. Their tyres are fitted as standard on manufacturers like Volvo, Renault or Toyota, proving their quality and travelling safety.

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Kinergy 4S H740 Reviews

These tyres replaced some nasty Nankang tyres however on my other cars i run Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2. First impressions have been good, the wet grip is night and day in comparison to cheaper brand tyres, they handled a 70 - 0 emergency stop when a lorry pulled out in the wet very well. the car feels a lot more composed and competent. The real test will be how they cope with snow (if we get any) and how they wear during the summer months. For a everyday car they seem a good all round Tyre with the potential to offer added safety in the winter months at a good price and without the hassle of changing to winter rubber. For sporty and powerful vehicles i believe that the best is still a dedicated winter tyre and summer tyre.
Dangerous in wet breaking. ABS always on, wet seems snow. Bad even in dry roads. Never again
This is an update to my previous review, to report on the snow performance. Scotland had a wee bit of bad weather at the start of March '18. For reasons I won't get into on here, I was required to drive through the red weather warning on both days, and the subsequent amber warnings of the rest of the week and this gave me a good opportunity to assess performance in snow/slush and ice. The front tyres had around 5mm left in them (having been swapped after doing 18k on the rear), the rears were effectively brand new, maybe a few thousand miles since fitting. And that performance was exceptional. Motorways were cleared, but icy in places. They never feit like they were going to let go without warning. They did give enough feedback to allow easing off before anything went pear shaped. Surface streets were variable quality, with some roads in excess of 12" of snow. Others had slush and others a mix of hard pack and fresh snow. And we charged on through. Even fairly steep hills were dispatched without drama, just an occasional touch of traction control for some of worst parts. These tyres on this car means I'm getting to my destination regardless. Now, a downside... during the snow, I damaged 2 of them (potholes can still bite when they're hidden). Thankfully, I've managed to source some replacements, they're fitted, and I'm a happy bunny again.