Tyres three and half years old. 35,000miles. Rotating to all four positions and weekly pressure checks. Rears have another 2000 left on them. Changed two fronts for Jinghu YH12 @ 74.00 each. 40.00 cheaper than branded. Looking to see if cheap is worst or not. Tyre pressures,tracking and bad driving usually creat e tyre issues.
First impression is feeling when tyre touching road sound look quiet more than previous Toyo ADB and continental contract sport 3 I can feel the power of engine while driving.
Yokohama E70B dB decibel 93V (Made in Japan) is a touring tyre which is very quiet and comfort bias. After fitting 4 brand new tyres onto my Honda 2 liter MPV, my ride on the move is so quiet that engine noise becomes more noticeable. This is definitely a comfort tyre suitable for daily commute and long distance touring. Previously my car was fitted with Nokian Z G2 which has uneven wear and noisy. WIth this set of tyres, the drive becomes more relaxing and audio quality has improved. There is no longer the need to turn up the volume. Grip on dry and wet roads is very good. Previously I have fitted & experieced bridegstone, nokian, pirelli, falken, michelin, dunlop, goodyear tyres. I have experience in driving both left hand and right hand sides on roads in Europe to Asia to USA to Australia. From naturally aspirated engine to turbo charged 350HP sports car. It goes without saying that the world best gripping tyres will not help if the driver does not keep a safe distance and pay attention on the roads.