Reviews and Problems with Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric
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EAGLE F1 Asymmetric
Anthony Taylor (Tony), Reifentest
16 January 2011
Summary: On the dry or the wet, one of the best tires I have ever owned. In the snow....DON'T TAKE THE CAR OUT OF GARAGE WITH THESES TIRES ON !!! These are spring, summer, and fall tires. Anything under 35F your are pushing your luck with grip.
Summary: Got these for Â£150 each which for a premium tyre is very good. Much better than the Pirellis I had before. The only problem is that they are quite loud and make a thud on potholes. However for the price the wear is good the feedback is great, if only they were a bit quieter, but if that doesn't bother you then get these. Will update when they need replacing but all signs are good so far.
Summary: excellent tyre in both dry and wet conditions. Gives real confidence in rain but be careful in snow as it does not deal with these conditions so well. Noisy in the beginning first 4k but then hardly noticed.
Summary: This has to be the best tyre Ive ever driven on. Ive used a mix of premium and midrange brands. Best brand for me used to be yokohama but that was on a front wheel drive car, but these goodyears I used on a rear wheel drive so I think they top the yokos because of that. Have never had any scary moments with these goodys and always felt confident in the wet and around corners. Infact everytime I came to a corner I used to put my foot down just to test their limits.
Summary: OEM on my Audi A7 - better noise level than Pirelli P Zero. Low noise on smooth tarmac. Quite a supple ride but wondered if there was a tyre out there with even less road noise on rough/stone chippy surface type tarmac. So after reading about Nokian's quiet tyre reputatin I tried a set of Nokian Z G2 in the hope for an even quieter ride but these turned out to be noisier especially on smooth tarmac, which was quite surprising.