Summary: wow do they work good in rain my Yugo only weighs 1835lb and at 55mph hit 2 water the car went straight through on hydroplane at all I could not believe it and this was the best price for tires for that car it is hard to find 13 today thanks a bunch
Summary: For the price, these tires are the best choice you can make. My car came with Michelin HXMXM4's originally and I'd say that they perform equally but are better because they're half the price and last twice as long. I've put 20k on them and they still look and feel new. Definitely would buy these again.
Summary: Fitted Hyundai i45 Premium. Clocked up 38,000 and reckon they are good for another 18K or so. Not as quiet as anticipated but very good grip in all conditions somewhat overcomes the 'not so quiet' issue. Would consider them again but if I could find a quieter tyre with same performance could be swayed. Traction indication on tyre is A; Temperature indication is A: Wear rated 400.
Summary: These tyres were purchased on price and so I had low expectations. I was pleasantly surprised, they handled well although the grip was not as good as the OEM Bridgestones or Yokohamas i ran previously but is much better than the Blue Streak Mystiques I am running now. Very good in the wet. All three brands hit the wear bars at 30,000kms. All tyres were run on a 2006 Suzuki Swift with relatively sedate driving.
Summary: Replaced the Hankooks with Khumo K17's as they are the new OEM replacement tyres for the i10. At 65mph plus, the car started to drone as if a wheel bearing had gone. The chassis, bearings, steering and suspension were all checked and given a clean bill of health. As a last resort the tyres were changed - droning gone. No way to replace or exchange, so will be replaced with something else.
Summary: GRRRRRRIIIIIPPPPP!! The grip on these tyres are phenomenal. Usually after pulling away in 1st I get wheelspin but after fitting these my car launches itself down the road. I would definitely recommend these tyres. Great for the price.