Very slippery on wet roads
Replaced 2 rear tyres on a ford falcon 2010 fg , have to agree with a previous poster here very slippery on wet roads. Trade off hopefully high mileage with harder compound . Looking forward to summer
Purchased in July 2020 at Grand Tyre & Service Center for $197.00.
Very good on dry road and very sliping on wet road special on roundabout!!!
Not there food for the price I was using goodyear and the garage did the redo put 4 new tyres of this brand! i didn’t like at all, but no choose now to change soon!
Purchased in March 2019 at Tens Machines Australia for $150.00.
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Good in dry, average in wet
I purchased these tyres 6 months ago. They were good value and so far are wearing really well. I maintain the pressure at 36psi and I do not use the car at the track. It is my daily drive and I do open road driving on a variety of road surfaces and speeds. They give good feedback, no over or understeer in the dry, pretty good.
Okay now what are they like in the wet. Well the first time I drove in the wet was after a long dry spell so when the car undesteered and slid at the front, I thought it was just oil/rubbish being washed out of the road....
Longer Term Review
I bought a set of these to replace a set of Dunlops on my Prelude. Much better comfort wise and handling is neutral. Wearing alright. Only bought these because have had very positive experiences with Toyos in the past. However these are made in China now so not sure what the quality will be like long term. 5000ks so far and no real faults as long as car is aligned properly and pressures are adjusted accordingly. 10,000Ks in tires are rubbish in the wet! Regardless of tire pressure adjustment, car gets slippery. Please be aware.
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Questions & Answers
Toyo tyres which are made from Japan having the same quality that made in China or not.. ?
Question to Toyo tyre reps. It seems from some of the reviews that the tyres are not good in the wet conditions. I was looking at fitting a set to a 2015 Subaru Liberty sedan, but from some of the negative reviews I am now not so sure.
I am not a Toyo rep, I bought them for my GT86. Yes, in the wet they do lose traction. They also break away under acceleration of you do not apply power very smoothly. In the dry, no issues at all and they have good wear quality.
From your reply and others I will look at other brand options.
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