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Toyo 350 is a summer premium tyre. Toyo 350 ensures proper grip and good steering on all surfaces, both wet and dry. Its advantage is the high resistance to wear. It also offers high comfort of driving.

A model for the tyre was developed through the use of innovative computer programs. The results include better distribution of pressure, and lower rolling resistance. Toyo 350 wears out slowly and evenly. This ensures uniform properties over a long period of operation. In addition, helps to reduce fuel consumption and thus lower carbon emissions to the atmosphere. The tyre meets the strict EU directives relating to environmental protection.

A rubber compound with the addition of silica was used for the manufacturing of the tread. The material is resistant to wear and high temperatures. Furthermore, it improves traction when driving on slippery roads. Reduced rolling resistance ensures the appropriate balance between the smooth and accurate control. Strong shoulder zone ensures stability of Toyo 350.

The sculpture of Toyo 350 allows efficient removal of water from the tyre. It also reduces the risk of aquaplaning. The cuts in the shoulder zone reduce noise levels, making driving more comfortable.

Toyo Tires is a tyre manufacturer founded in 1945 in Japan. It started at the American market in 1966 and a few years later it appeared in Europe. From then on it has been using its experience in manufacturing high quality tyres. Today Toyo Tires operates worldwide and is recommended by tyre industry experts, as well as by the customers.

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350 Reviews


theses are not bad tyres but just not suited to a small 1960/70s British sportscar like the MG Midget I have I've had different models of Toyo tyres over many years so I know they can be very good as a make the 350 seems to me to have a very upright sidewall which gives a harder ride in a small lightweight (very lightweight by modern standards) sportscar, I had to reduce the running tyre pressure (from the previous tyres) to prevent the ride being too hard the handling in the dry is that they allow plenty of side movement but a bit too much too soon for my liking and take up too much of the roads when driving in a spirited manor - in the wet they're not as good as in the dry they do have a progressive feel to them and do communicate what they're doing but their limits are far too easily reached for spirited driving of a lightweight sportscar braking in the dry I've found to be good and progressive but I've not tried the heavy braking in the wet, I suspect they'd come good in the end but give you a worry before getting there on another vehicle these could perhaps be more than reasonable tyres but I repeat again not on a small lightweight 1960/70s British sportscar like the MG Midget
CompareTyres User 2019
theses are not bad tyres but just not suited to a small 1960/70s British sportscar like the MG Midget I have I've had different models of Toyo tyres over many years so I know they can be very good as a make the 350 seems to me to have a very upright sidewall which gives a harder ride in a small lightweight (very lightweight by modern standards) sportscar, I had to reduce the running tyre pressure (from the previous tyres) to prevent the ride being too hard the handling in the dry is that they allow plenty of side movement but a bit too much too soon for my liking and take up too much of the roads when driving in a spirited manor - in the wet they're not as good as in the dry they do have a progressive feel to them and do communicate what they're doing but their limits are far too easily reached for spirited driving of a lightweight sportscar braking in the dry I've found to be good and progressive but I've not tried the heavy braking in the wet, I suspect they'd come good in the end but give you a worry before getting there on another vehicle these could perhaps be more than reasonable tyres but I repeat again not on a small lightweight 1960/70s British sportscar like the MG Midget
CompareTyres User 2019
The first thing I noticed when I got these tyres, was how much lighter the steering was. My previous tyres were Diamondbacks, typical $49 bargain bin junk, I drove the car 500KM before putting them on the rear and getting new tyres for the front. The vehicle I drive is a 1994 Ford Laser. Grip: Dry grip is much better, with the diamondbacks in first gear there was more torque steer, and more likelyhood of getting wheelspin. With the Toyo's it's definitely more of a challenge to get the wheels to spin. Progressiveness: I haven't used them long enough to judge, I have experienced understeer, but only in full throttle while cornering situations. Wet grip: In the wet they are brilliant, after changing from the diamondbacks I was convinced my car was down on power, but it just feels slower due to the better ride and increased grip. Buy again: I'm not sure if I would, only because I'm yet to try other brands, I like the tyre, and I probably would choose it again, but curiosity means I'll try a different brand next time. Road noise seems very low at 100-110KM/H.
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