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Maximus M1 Reviews

Don't even touch recommend by a tyre dealer, fine in the dry but wet is another story, try to contact max trek to let know what I thing but no number, very dangerous
Do your self a huge faivor dont buy them!!!, after i bought them i noticed that have not so good grip on dry roads but i thought thats because thay new. After first rain In Israel in roundabout the rear of my car start to slip (when this tyers was, in front i have 2 Pirely P7, great wheel. I thought maby because its first rain and maby i drove a little bit quick. Exactly after 3 minutes i took a carve in second gear, around 20 km/h in middle of junction and all my rear car lost grip, really pressure and dangers. Day after this (4 months after i used those tyers) i went and bought new Dunlop fm800, until now looks and feel really good tyer. Really NOT safe for driving in wet condition
A bizarre Jekyll and Hyde tire, good value and pleasing in dry weather, deadly and unpredictable in wet. Former (retired) car journalist, I knew that Chinese tires had "improved" in the last few years so I wanted to try a full set on our second car. My mechanic said he had a lot of experience with Chinese brands and he picked this model WHICH I DID NOT RESEARCH BEFOREHAND, Big mistake. Back in the day, tire companies would invite onto the track to test their products. First few days I was very pleased, tire was comfortable, seemed to have solid handling and braking characteristcs, were basically doing their job. Then we had a good rain. Just turning the corner on a flat surface (which should not have taxed the tires or the contact patch at all) I felt all four tires momentarily break free on the turn (as if on ice) and then stabilize. Coming down a hill there was a red light. I stopped but the car did not. It travelled two full car lengths, like on ice. Anyone in front of me would have been hit hard. Last time I experienced that behavior was on a 1963 Lincoln Continental convertible which weighed over two tons and ran on standard non-radial tires, just after a rain. This is one very dangerous tire in the rain.