predictable, good dry and wet grip among the comfort tyres. The best thing is quietness and comfort. It takes a few days to get use to the softness (slightly lack of road feedback), once familiar with the characteristic, can start to push the car and do power slides.
the name says it all -- TOYO
I have had two sets of Toyo TEO plus 235/45R17 97W on my 2006 VW Passat Wagon. The first travelled 105,000km the second 109,000km. I always set tyre pressures to suit load which has included towing a trailer. I drive distance in Australia, on course chip seal, typically covering 40,000km per year mainly on curse control. Teo Plus are not so good in the wet and suffer noticeable understeer when pushed. Provided you allow for this they are always predictable. OEM tyres were Bridgestone Potenza RE 050A which were fabulous but became very noisy when half warn. RE050A’s managed 75,000km and I would have bought again but were ridiculously expensive at the time A$385 each so purchased Teo Plus at A$190 each. In the market again and now can’t get Teo Plus in my size. RE050A’s still available and dropped to A$190 but not really suited my touring tyre needs