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I have had no problems with these tyres to date. I have travelled over 60000km (over 200kms each day) so far and they are only starting to show any real wear. I regularly get my tyres rotated and aligned and this has seen the tyres for so long. I think I could get at least another 20000kms out of them. They have sufficient grip in the wet and dry and the braking is fine. I can hear very little road noise from these tyres.
Purchased in at Tempe Tyres for $110.
Poor ..... everything!
Purchased Mazda 6 second hand and these came with the car, 225/55/R17. Had enough of the road noise, lack of comfort and from the attached pictures of both front tyres poor product / construction. They are disintegrating. Car travels around the city with the odd freeway drive. Upgrading to Bridgestone (would try Michelin Primacy if I could afford them).
Purchased in .
1st square tyres I've ever purchased
Cheap for a reason, replaced on 2019 colorado. Rims need heavy weights to be able to balance these tyres. Balanced twice so far, once when purchased and 2nd 4000km later, still shakes. They wear unevenly. Total rubbish
Purchased in for $530.
Purchased 4 new Winrun tyres for my Camry, they didn't last 4000 km all 4 of them, they are really bad quality, worse than retreats, I am a retired mechanic never seen this bad quality, don't fall for those 5 star reviews just avoid Winrun tyres.
Take time to wear in but when they do they are epic.
they take time to wear in, me and my mates have used winrun for last 9 years after they out performed my Pirelli P1 at 3/4 of the price but they do take time to wear in as they're a flat type of tyre which is good for drag racing be easy on the corners for the first 2k
Purchased at Tyroola for $80.
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Very good tyre for the price.
Had a set of Winrun R330's put on the car (2011 VE SV6 Wagon) after changing from standard 18" rims with Yokohama S221 tryes to a 20" Simmons rims (9.5" 275x35x20 rears - 8.5" 245x30x20 fronts.) First thing I noticed about the Winruns was they had much much less road noise than the Yokohama's, especially under braking. The grip is fantastic in both wet and dry conditions. Not once have I felt any understeer or oversteer in dry or wet conditions and are very responsive to any steering input. I did have bad inside tread wear on both of the rear t...yres after approx 10 thousand k's. I will put that down to the size of the rear rims on my car, underinflation or a bad wheel alignment than to blame the tyre itself. I replaced the rears with the same tyres as I am more than pleased with the R330's performance. In my opinion they're a better tyre than the Yokohama S221 and the Bridgestone Potenza RE050A's and they're half the price. I won't use another tyre on the rims I have on this car now I've tried these.
Purchased in for $120.
Is a fine tire. Great price
Quite impressed with these on my BMW X5 275/45/20 Front 315/40/20 Rear.
Bridgestone duelers qouted me 1450.00 on special. so i figured weighing more than 2.5 tonns i dont want to spend too much on brands, These are great , dont care how they are not lasting, as i can get three sets for the price of one. didnt even bother to get alignment. if you tell me bridge stones can last three sets of winruns i will pay for your set .
Purchased in at Tempe Tyres for $530.
i thought my 200 series Landcruiser could handle all road conditions. Winrun tyres proved me wrong.
3 x separate wheel balances, tyre rotations, pressure adjustments and many wasted hours could not get the vibration out of the new set of 285 Maxclaw tyres. The best i could do was take it in turns with which hand to hold the steering wheel as my hands were going numb from the vibration. Finally i told the tyre shop that i refused to accept the Winrun tyres. The Winrun rep then stated that there was nothing wrong with the tyres. Wow. Are you t...
Purchased in for $750.
Put these on my Landcruiser recently and I’m very impressed and happy, good tyre for the $$ they feel amazing on the road and they were the only ones readily available
Purchased in for $160.
235/40 and 265/35
Had these for 2 years and 8 months and have not rotate. Front wheels are nearing indicators (around 1mm left). Rears are 2mm. I have only gone around 22000Kms. Going by the rears, had i got square setup and rotate i recon i can get up to 30000Kms (maybe more). These are budget tyres so for the price and suburban driving they were well bought. They are ok in Dry but i would say very average in wet especially if you do hard cornering.
Would i pay twice as much for Contis ? For what I use my car (which is an Is250) for, I would say no. But you can't put price on safely so i’m gonna have to think if buy them again or not. I am happy i got this far on them.
Purchased in .
Only lasted 10 months light driving
10 months after buying these the canvas was showing and I had to replace. In the past I have spent the extra on Goodyear and I can say its worth spending the extra $80 a tyre as they use to last 2 years and that was with doing a lot of long distance driving. Since having these tyres I only drive around town and to work that is 10km away. First and last purchase
Purchased in .
Great bang for buck
Always used these on all of my cars, xr6 turbo, supercharged cars etc and they are on par with tires costing 4x as much. In the dry there is no difference between them and the pirelli I had on and only in the wet was there a small difference.
Definitely a good buy for both normal and performance cars without blowing the budget.
$120 each for my 20s
Excellent for the price unless you have a high powered car this will do what a $300 can do. I have a fill set now and it’s better than many of the higher priced ones and destroys any of the Chinese counterparts at said price point
Purchased in at Bridgestone Select for $120.
Good value tyres, 18" running on a VW Golf TSI, does a good job for the day to day.
Good value tyres, bought a set of 4 tyres about 2 years ago, I don't use my car much, I put about 9000kms on them, and they still run very well after 2 years.
Good value for the price, paid $344 for the set of 4 x 18 inches including fitting cost. ( $65 each tyre alone )
Got them from Tyroola.com.au , but not sure they still sell them.
Purchased in at Tyroola for $65.
Very noise! Vibrates like hell at 120km/h
Okay. Dirty Cheap. I got a full set installed for $530 bucks. Since then I have spent another $500 in vodka asking myself why didn't I buy a decent brand. Tyre is extremely loud, took about 100g to balance it once first installed (egg shaped) and at 120km/h is makes my car undrivable. Make yourself a favor and get a decent brand. I must say, in winrun defence, it grip a lot better than I expected but don't trust nobody that says is not loud... It is the loudest tyre I've seen. Maybe they are comparing with the flintones stone wheels
Purchased in at Tyroola for $536.
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