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The Hankook Kinergy eco K425 is a tyre that helps reduce harmful emissions – it is environmentally friendly both during its manufacture and when in use. The model is designed for passenger cars and is exceptionally good for both everyday driving around town and for longer journeys. Its unique asymmetric tread pattern means that the tyre quickly disperses water to the sides. This reduces the risk of the vehicle skidding and limits the risk of aquaplaning.

The Hankook Kinergy eco K425 offers excellent grip, whatever the weather. Thanks to the use of a new compound, produced using an innovative procedure (using new mixing technology), the tyre has exceptionally low rolling resistance. This obviously results in reduced fuel consumption, which is guaranteed to please all drivers looking for good value running costs. Apart from its lightness, the compound is also noted for its high durability, which makes the tyre resistant to mechanical damage. The model wears slowly and can be used for longer, which is another point in its favour from an environmental point of view. Its new silica-based technology gives it better braking specifications on wet surfaces and reduces noise. With its unique specifications, the designers have managed to instantly muffle tyre noise, making even everyday driving a genuine pleasure.

Hankook is a Korean company, the 7th largest in the world in terms of tyre sale volume. The company produces tyres for passenger cars, 4x4 vehicles, lorries, racing cars and vans and supplies over 170 countries worldwide. The brand, which was founded in 1941, specialises in mid-range tyres. Hankook tyres offer a safe and cost-effective driving experience.

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  • Safety:
  • Dry braking: 7.7 / 10
  • Wet braking: 7.5 / 10
  • Wet road holding: 7.6 / 10
  • Aquaplaning: 8.8 / 10
  • Comfort:
  • Road holding: 8.4 / 10
  • Absorption of irregularities: 7.5 / 10
  • Rolling noise: 6.7 / 10
  • Economy:
  • Longevity: 6.3 / 10
  • Fuel economy: 6.6 / 10

Kinergy ECO K425 Reviews

Been satisfied with these tyre,but not good wear on front tyres,down to 4mm after 13K MILES,not very good.
Not wanting the poor ride quality of run-flat tyres when ordering a new Mini I specified the smallest 16inch wheels as they came with high profile conventional tyres. What I did not know was that the tyres would be eco tyres. Oh dear the Hankook Kinergy Eco tyres are like concrete. Similar in feel to run-flats. Please be aware that nearly all the tests are from German magazines and they seem to accept a restless uncomfortable ride on anything other than autobahns. I would never buy or recommend these tyres if you are interested in ride comfort. On most British A and B roads I consider them unfit for purpose..
Until 2 years ago, I'd only owned fast petrol hatchbacks. To save on running costs I switched to a diesel estate; so my view on noise may be unfounded. I am writing this after having driven on Hankook Kinergy Eco K425s for nearly 2 years and over 20,000 miles. For the daily grind, which in my case involves motorway & v slow city traffic these tyres have been fine. Wet grip is good, I've not had any aquaplaning. Dry grip is good, I've not felt the car loose traction Braking is v.good, in the few emergency stops I've had to make, the car has stopped quickly without skidding. Snow/Ice grip is average. I could feel the car slipping when driving through the back roads, but always had enough traction to keep moving. Road noise is poor, especially at motorway speeds. Not so bad that I wanted to change the tyres, just noisier than tyres I'd been used to. I'm just changing the tyres now, after 2 years of use they are down to between 2.6mm & 3mm. I know you can legally drive to 1.6mm but it's also common knowledge that wet stopping distance suffers a lot, well before then. Overall not a bad tyre for the price if your car blocks out external noise.