Hifly Tyres is a sub-brand of Shandong Hengfeng Rubber & Plastic, also referred to simply as 'Hengfeng'. It is a major Chinese conglomerate which, amongst... Read about Hifly
New! Search for Hifly HF 805 tyres for your make + model.
Have 205 55 R16 fitted to my Integra. I avoid hard braking but love cornering at speed. I inflate my tyres to 38PSI front and 36PSI rear. I've managed to get 40,000 miles or 65,000km from my set of Hifly HF805s. I believe they'll make it to 80,000km. So far, I can see a lot of negative comments about these tyres... maybe because they're Chinese and it's ok to vent racist comments about anything Chinese. Maybe it's the car... like the guy whose Yaris is spinning it's front wheels. The HF805 is a summer tyre. There's no ice in summer. On dry and wet, braking and cornering are absolutely excellent. The performance is actually amazing. Durability has been great. I'm surprised at the number of ignorant people who think tyres are made with secret recipes that only some manufacturers know. If I use a slick tyre in the wet, it doesn't matter whether it's a Michelin or a Pirelli. If it's a soft compound it's going to give better grip but wear faster than a hard compound. Wider tyres give better lateral grip. Thinner side walls give better handling but are harsher. The HF 805's pattern, compound are more than appropriate for the list of ordinary cars I've seen in this thread.
bought my golf and it had Hifly 805 on the back with continentals on the front, the fronts quickly wore out so decided to fit same as on the back Hifly 805 and was delighted with the tyres.... good grip in dry ...good in the wet and lasted easily 20k... liked them so much that when tyres needed replacing got full set fitted for just short of £200... no issue in recommending
This is my second set of Hifly tires. I don't know why this brand gets so many bad reviews. Maybe it depends on the car, or the tire size. I have them fitted on my BMW with 225 on the front, and 255 on the rear axle. The performance is fine. I have quite some torque on the rear tires and not for one moment they become dangerous. They let you know in time when you reach the limit of grip and communicate clear. On wet and dry. Also I drive regularly on the German highway with average speeds of 250Km/h for several hours, never had any issue with the tires. Of course, with 600NM of torque my car can make any tire spin and loose grip, but the Hifly's simply do a good job. The last set I had lasted 40000km which is less than A-brand tires. But those also cost the double. Overal a good performance for the money and a safe drive.