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Uniroyal RainExpert 3 is a middle-class tyre, which ensures the best quality at a relatively low price. This summer tyre is designed for passenger cars and due to the symmetrical tread, will perform well on any surface.

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RainExpert 3 Reviews


Well these tyres have replaced my set of winters now! Very good in the dry for grip and exceptional in damp/greasy/wet conditions. I can set the quattro up in the wet for the drive to progressivly go to the rear on roundabouts and drive the car out onto the straights no drama or fuss when I want. Deal with standing water very well. Wear masked by AWD but I think 12K from the most worked axel [front] easily achieveable. Not a "sports" tyre so if thats what you want then look elsewhere but rather a safe set of hands...
CompareTyres User 2019
On my second set. First lasted 3 years, weekly commute from Perthshire to Norfolk and driving around A47 etc staying alive.. Thus have driven in ALL conditions. Tyres do wear, on mine it's the fronts that suffer the greater wear say 60/40 front to rear. Tyres like the hot spells in Norfolk air temps in 30+ no ideas of road surface temp but they didn't enjoy being worked hard during that period but OK if capn sensible appeared....7/10 dry grip score during that period of hot temps.. Tyres are a bit noisy on some surfaces but hey.... Positives. Confidence inspiring. They just get on with the job of the day, mundane or not. Wet conditions and standing water at motorway speeds are always a danger. These mitigate that danger [be aware that hitting 6" deep standing water in any tyre will not end well!] dry and wet grip more than adequate. Despite quattro I do not push, in the wet to the same extent as the dry. Braking. Despite British drivers on British Roads, Duals and Motorways I have yet to trigger ABS in extremis, car does a good impression of bikers "stoppies" too. Handling/Feedback Tyres let you know by sound and feel when your getting close. With full time quattro the dynamic change when centre diff operates can be felt but no understeer just a reduction in torque feedback on steering wheel. These softish tyres come into their own in these circumstances. I imagine that they work equally well in either front or rear drive configuration. All in all bloody good, more focused rubber will outperform them, but really, when bangs per buck come into it, it's no contest from my POV...
CompareTyres User 2019
I run two sets of tyres on my BMW E61 525i- Michelin Pilot Alpin in the winter and Uniroyals all other times - As this is the car we use for our children safety is important & I believe that Uniroyals offer excellent grip & great value for money. As this is a family car high speed performance is not my primary concern - I would but Michelin Pilots if that was the case. They are very reassuring in wet weather & great all round performance. Wear is slightly high due to their soft compound but nothing to worry about - would buy again no problem.

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