Bridgestone Tyres

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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

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.

Bridgestone Dueler A/T 697

Latest review: My first set of tyres were very good and I put 70,000 kms on them with probably 5000 kms left, I towed my 2000 kg caravan 30,000 kms and no problems, even when the tread was get low they felt pretty

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.

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

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

Bridgestone Ecopia EP300

Latest review: Purchased two tyres 5 months ago, have since done a bit over 5000 kms (some hwy miles, mostly city) with no problems. The other two currently on are also Ecopia, and are still going strong after two

Bridgestone RE92

Latest review: This tyre used to be made in Australia. Mitsubishi Australia selected this tyre for its Magana model. It offers comfortable driving and suits reasonably well for a family car. My set lasted about

Bridgestone Dueler A/T 604V

Latest review: Good long lasting tyre. Never had issues with it on or off road. Love how smooth they are and hardly any noise on he bitumen. Highly recommend for the weekend adventurer or a hardy towing tyre for

Bridgestone Dueler H/P Sport

Latest review: 17/12/2018 - So I have just completed 61,000klm / 3yrs and replaced these Bridgestone tyres. If I had of done a wheel alignment at about the 30,000klm mark I would probably have travelled another

Bridgestone Dueler H/L 400

Latest review: Got these as a replacement for our Forester.The original tyres were wearing unevenly so the first thing I did was get a front end alignment which improved everything. Immediately noticed the quieter

Bridgestone Turanza ER30

Latest review: I have these tyres on a front wheel drive car. have done 13,000 ks in two and a bit years and they are half worn. I have these rotated and balanced at every service. I also have them inflated at

Bridgestone Potenza S001

Latest review: Very average Tyre to what Bridgestone thinks about it. Had them on a brand new car, did not even last three years, became very noisy when reached 30,000 km so had to change them. Not worth the

Bridgestone Dueler H/T 687

Latest review: We had a set of these standard on our VW Amarok, which we purchased due to local road conditions. With regular driving on dirt roads the tyres basically disintegrated, lasting only 20,000km before

Bridgestone Dueler H/T 840

Latest review: Affordable 'brand name' tyre. Not the best tyre on the market, but definitely great value. Fitted to family car, quiet ride. Stopping and wet weather performance could be better, but much better than

Bridgestone Sporty Style MY-02

Latest review: I bought 2 of these tyres for the front (235/40/18), a little more road noise than I would have liked but it wasn't loud at all. They were good for a few weeks (maybe 2000kms) gripped good in wet and

Bridgestone Ecopia H/T EP850

Latest review: These Tyers replace the original Bridgestone duellers 585 mkii’s on my ford ranger. They ecopia’s have a slightly less aggressive tread pattern and are to be regarded as a 95/5 road dirt focused tyr

Bridgestone Turanza T001

Latest review: These came as standard fitment on the 18inch wheels for the Polo GTI. They are pretty quiet on the highway, comfortable and dry grip is OK. In wet weather though, these really tyres struggle

Bridgestone Dueler A/T 693

Latest review: These came standard with my 2012 Mitsubishi Challenger - I tow with a horse float at least once a week and clock up around 1000km per week. I live on a dirt road, do a tiny bit of 4x4ing every now

Bridgestone Dueler M/T D674

Latest review: Triton 2015 ran these for about 25thou. Great grip, ok on the road never slipped for me and i country drive a lot and hit the mountains very regularly. Last trip was around stirling up some very

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