OEM Goodyear tyre on Greatwall X200
Ive done 133,000 plus kilometres on my Greatwall and haven't change my tyres on these Goodyear 235/65/R17 104H Wrangler tyres since I bought the GW brandnew. I am looking to replace them these week with same brand. Is this oem specs i had on my GW similar to efficientgrip?
Purchased in November 2011.
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Goodyear EfficientGrip SUV Tyres 288/60R18
I needed a new set of rear tyres for my Nissan Navava ST-X ute as my last set of Toyo's had done 61,000kms and were badly worn. The Toyo tyres were excellent tyres and had been on from new but priced at $510 each i want something a little cheaper but also quality. The Goodyear had a very close pattern to the Toyo and its a trusted brand. As i drive long distances i don't like tire noise and i also need excellent grip in the wet when pulling onto main roads as a ute is rear light and can easily spin the tyres. I found the Goodyears quiet at speed and gave excellent grip in the wet and at $300 each a saving of $200 per wheel almost a bargain.
Purchased in June 2019 for A$329.00.
Brilliant Tyres For SUV
I put these tyres on my Ford Kuga in November 2015, they are now just over 2 years old with just over 25,000km on them. Got them rotated / balanced etc today and the shop reckons they are only about half worn. We do about 80% bitumen / 20% dirt, but that dirt portion is on some rather bad roads and they have survived without damage from sharp rocks or any punctures. The durability is exceptional!
I expected that with the increased tyre life, there would be a compromise on grip / handling etc, but this is not the case. Grip on both bitumen and...dirt is good, and grip in the wet is great - it is very reassuring to drive on these tyres. The initial purchase price is slightly higher than the competitors, but that is well worth it when you consider the value for money. I like these tyres so much, I insisted that my daughter buy them for her car - and offered to pay the difference between the cheap tyres she was going to get and the Efficientgrips.
Purchased in November 2015 at Beaurepairs.
Questions & Answers
How can I tell the difference between the standard EFFICIENT GRIP and the EAGLE EFFICIENTGRIP?
I can't see anything on the tyre wall to show there EAGLES.
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