Summary: I've had these on my car for over a year now and they have got to be the worst tyre i've ever had. In wet weather they are boarder line dangours no grip what so ever. stay away from these tyres there are much much more better tyres out there than these that are much cheaper too.
Summary: Most Dangerous Tires I have ever experienced after a day of fitting them , I demanded a change of tires ...... Can not believe they where in production , Almost crashed the car cause it lost control even after checking tire pressures. NEVER EVER BUY PLEASE .....
Summary: These tires are really horrible. They are no way sports tires. Grip on dry was really horrible compared to Fuldas I have right now. Tail of my FWD Primera used to slide very often while doing lift-off driving faster into some corner. Every harder braking on dry used to turn-on my ABS. Grip on wet was even worse, sometimes I had to go more slowly on 205/50 P6000 than on 185/60 winter tires in rain. I do not recommend these tires to anyone.
Summary: I drive an S Type jag. These are the recommended tyre. I recommend not buying them unless you live in a country where it never rains. They are lethal, it's like they are made of plastic rather than rubber. On the plus side they have done about 30,000 miles.
Summary: Adequate in the dry, poor in the wet with limited cornering abilities. Fitted to rear of Honda FRV used mostly on motorway and A roads. Wet grip noticeably worse than Uniroyals fitted to front of car. Tyres wore unevenly after only 10,000 miles & had to be replaced with almost 4mm of tread remaining due to very uneven wear clearly visible to tread blocks. Caused whining noise at speed and even worse grip.
Summary: Car is used without finding the extremes. English weather provided plenty of wet roads and the tyre disappoints. Easily looses its grip when accelerating. Wear also disappointing as most of the thread is worn after 10000 miles. Although not worn out these are going to be replaced.
Summary: Average in the dry, shockingly bad in the wet. Fitted these to the rear of my people carrier and suffered rear end breakaway at moderate speed on roundabouts (Uniroyals on the front). Gave me a nasty shock on a mildly wet road when the back end suddenly stepped out of line. Tyres have also gone out of shape causing a loud whining noise at 30-50 mph - diagnosed by tyre specialist with laser measuring equipment. Have had to replace them with 4.5mm of tread remaining.
Summary: Horrible tyres, do not buy! The only thing they have got going is that the asymnmetric profile is cosmetically nice to look at. Never had tyres screech this much: accelerating at the traffic lights, going round corners on brick roads, roundabouts, under the driest of conditions. Downright terrifying on moist motorways and scary in the rain. These were factory-fitted to my car, I decided to swap them after 8k miles or so.
Summary: I've bought the P6000 3 years ago, to replace the original set of tyre (michelin). The difference in price was very sensible and decided to give it a go. For the first 7/8k no problem at all: less noisy compared to michelin, a pretty good balance both in the wet/dry condition; road feedback (probably because of the type of car) has always been an issue (it was the same with the Michelin but not at this level).