NOTE: available in H and V speed ratings on same tyre sizes. I'm a tight-wad, and spent ages trawling through brand new cheapy tyres on eBay trying to sift through all the junk and find a reasonable set to go on a family wagon (Vaux Zafira A) and these came up at a fantastic price of just £42 a tyre delivered to my door. First impressions, they look very similar to the Nankang NS2's and have a good sturdy tyre wall that sits up and over slightly the rim edge giving rim protection. They are not as noisy as I thought with them being directional and was expecting tyre hum on smooth road surfaces (the kind of noise like a wheel bearing) but was pleasantly surprised. I do a lot of miles, city and motorway driving is smooth and sweet, dry grip is good, wet grip is good (haven't slid them sideways while accelerating at full lock like I could I usual cack tyres) These are a great choice for those who want cheap tyres for domestic vehicles. I'm really pleased as they have all thr pro's of the Nankang NS2's without the cons. A good upcoming tyre brand.
Put to test 235/35 and 245/35 R19 Star Performer tyres. Indeed, very similar to Nankang NS-2. Very great looking V shark tread, rim edge with protection lip, nice smooth. Stretches well. Dry grip excellent, can't complain. Wet grip is pretty ok, could be little better... but for this price it's great.
Cheap tyre. They are dangerous with speed over 120km/h. The car dance by itself and hard to control even if it is a straight line. If you want to chat inside the car, forget it as the noise is to loud. The wear on the side is crap. Worst tire I ever have owned. Now I have changed to GoodYear Eagle F1 AS3, and what a differnce. PS! If you don't like a big challenge, never buy these tires