Passenger Tyres

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Michelin Primacy 3 ST

Latest review: They were Tyres bought for my Camry Altise, Excellent handling in all weather conditions and smooth ride.Lasts long as tyres are rotated and wheels are balanced once in 10,000

Bridgestone Potenza Adrenalin RE003

Latest review: Amazing tyres for a great price! Sticky in the wet and in the dry. Stretch well and don't change under any circumstance. Highly recommend this tyre. Price is cheap for the

Michelin Pilot Sport 3

Latest review: i was happy with this tyre but and the performance regarding it but will not buy michellin again due to durability. I bought these in 2014 for my golf gti and they lasted me 28,000KM. poor durability

Michelin Pilot Sport 4

Latest review: I totally agree with Tassie Lorenzo. To be honest the factory standard Primacy tyres on the Toyota 86 felt better to drive on. With the pilot sport 4 cornering seems to run wide. If I turn the

Michelin Energy XM2

Latest review: I have always had good experience with Michelin tyres and the XM2 is another example. Bought it for a Toyota Corolla and it worked very well. Unlike Japanese tyres that are too soft and noisy, the

Bridgestone Turanza Serenity Plus EL64

Latest review: My 2010 Mazda 3 has been using the Serenity Plus tyres (195/65/R15) since 2015. And now after nearly 4 years, and around 75,000 km later, I'm finally replacing them with another set of Serenity Plus.

Pirelli Cinturato P7

Latest review: I bought four of these and have found them to have low road noise . They are also good grip on dry road. I have had a chance to test them in the wet

Kumho Ecsta Le Sport KU39

Latest review: Have used KU39's on two of my cars now. My 2014 Golf GTI had Continentals on which were soft and wore out in about 10,000km. I chose KU39's to replace them and for the next 35,000km they were a

Hankook Optimo K415

Latest review: I have had 3 sets of these hankook k415 in 205/60/15 and 175/65/14 on a nissan stagea and a mazda demio. I do mainly higheay driving - often in the wet and I maintain a moderate driving pace. I

Yokohama BluEarth AE01

Latest review: Got 40,000 km on front wheels on Toyota Corolla Fielder 4wd station wagon which seems reasonable, cant understand why some others are reporting lower mileage on these. Have replaced with ES32 version

Bridgestone Ecopia EP100

Latest review: Bought these tyres less than a year ago for a FWD Toyota Aurion, they started of quiet nice, but after less than 10,000 kms they have started to squeel even at very very low speeds while cornering.

Pirelli Dragon Sport

Latest review: Good all round tyre, dry and wet performance good, wear rate isn't to bad done 20,000km and still have maybe half tread left, using them on a NON lsd commodore and it holds grip in most conditions

Continental ContiSportContact 5

Latest review: Bought a set in 225 45 19 for Mazda 6 diesel wagon. Two tyres destroyed by woody weeds and only lasted for 20000km ( six tyres) at $370 a tyre terrible

Michelin Primacy LC

Latest review: Had ecopia100 before, the review is based on the comparison. Primacy LC four tyres cost about 200~300 AUD more than ecopia100. However, the quality is way better. Quiet, stable, comfortable and lower

Kumho Solus KH17

Latest review: We are about to replace the original tyres on my wife's 2012 Kia Cerato Sli, has 17 inch rims. The tyres have covered approx. 69,000kms so far, which I think is fantastic, especially after reading

Bridgestone Turanza ER300

Latest review: My 2016 Jazz came standard with these tyres . Good grip in wet and dry but noisy(hum) on smooth and rough road surfaces now at 22000km. Critical to check tyre pressures for optimum ride and

Toyo Nanoenergy 3

Latest review: We rotate the tyres every service and do a wheel alignment once a year. We've done over 40,000km now in 2 years and they're wearing evenly and gripping well in all conditions. Road noise is

Bridgestone Potenza RE050A

Latest review: These tyres came as OEM spec on a VF Commodore in 245/45R18. They have heaps of grip, good in wet weather (a big priority for me) and road noise is decent. I had to change the rears at 74k due to a

Pirelli Cinturato P1

Latest review: They were fitted on my wifes 2018new vw passat alltrack wolfsburg we only got 20,000kms before they all wore out on the inside one down to the metal and needed replacing. Soft European tyres don,t

Falken Ziex ZE914

Latest review: My ride is a Falcon G6E Turbo so a lot of torque to rears using normally which is all the time. I've had others before these but can't fault the Falken ZE214's recommended by the dealer. Quiet, vg

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