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u can compare tyres sizes

Quote from S Illes on March 23, 2020, 10:48 am

u can compare tyres sizes

Thanks for the link bud 👍

From this 195/45 R17 list, has anybody fitted anything else apart from the Conti's? If yes, any feedback? Thanks!

I have Falken Ziex ZE310 Ecorun in front (that's how i bought the car) and fitted Michelin PS4 in rear

Not so happy with the Falken's, cannot wait to get rid of them. Right now the car is not well balanced, u can feel the back has unlimited grip, while the front is just ok.

if u do any enthusiastic driving, go for the PS4-s.

also do NOT go with no-name tyres ... i test drove 1 SSS with Joyroad Tyres, joy ride my a@rse, was ice skating.

Quote from S Illes on September 28, 2020, 11:56 am

I have Falken Ziex ZE310 Ecorun in front

Not so happy with the Falken's, cannot wait to get rid of them.

I'm the complete opposite. I've got all 4 corners fitted with the Falkens and I can't see a problem with them. In fact, I've been using Falkens on and off now for years. And never had a single problem with them on any of my previous cars. But I suppose It depends on what the driver expects out of a Tyre 🤔

ok to be fair: if i had 4 Falkens probably i'd be happy with them. right now car is a mixed bag and not so good (only when u drive it like u stole it 🙂 )

Look the PS4s are way expensive for me... and are not so much better than the Conti. Apart from the Conti I am also looking at the Hankook Ventus V12 evo2 which is an UHP tyre (unlike the Falkens) and has good reviews. BTW the Contis seems to wear really fast...

Have you looked at Vredesteins? I've used them for years on other cars (eg Sportrac 5'sand Ultrac Sessantas) and they are very good but at a lower price. They also do quite a few 'odd' sizes... and I'll probably be ordering some Quatrac's as an all season option at some stage...

Vredesteins do not have the particular size. Also I focus on dry performance and treadware since here (in Greece) we do not get a lot of rain...