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Yokohama BluEarth AE01 Questions & Answers

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Sachu
Sachu

what is the 205/55/16 tyre milege?

James
James  

The mileage capable to be squeezed out of a tyre depends on many aspects. The tyre needs to be of a reputed brand to begin with. The main things are, consistently maintaining manufacturer recommended air pressure, regular tyre rotations , wheel balancing and alignments (10000kms) even with all that being followed negative driving habits such as loaded vehicle, fast cornering, regular hard braking will reduce the mileage significantly. So there is no definitive answer to your question.

Snapper
Snapper

What is the tread depth for a new tire?

chuck48
chuck48  

supposed to be ~ 8mm but depends on tyres (off-road/passenger/commercial etc) and manufacturers specs. Have a look at the Aust Design Rules too for other information.

ditto
ditto

What is a good quiet tyre in yokohama for an ix35 hyundai?

Aqua
Aqua  

Try the Bluearth AE50s, they're a high quality tyre for medium-large size passenger vehicles.

Great grip in the wet, quiet on most surfaces and they offer great fuel savings.

They're about 20% cheaper than the equivalent tyre from Bridgestone, continental or Michelin which is a big plus.

Arthur Rou
Arthur Rou  

I cant answer this as Im not familiar with the car.Sorry

Aqua
Aqua

Currently Running Bridgestone Ecopia EP25's on my Toyota Yaris (Factory fitted) and they are completely worn out and illegal at only 40,000kms & $201 EACH to replace!

What's the wear factor on Yokohama's Bluearth AE01s?

How many kms have you guys gotten out of them before replacing and what car are they running on?

I need to replace my tyres ASAP but not sure whether to go with Michelin Energy XM2s or Yokohama's Bluearth AE01s.

stan0matic
stan0matic  

Dunno about wear, only at 7000km so far. Me, I'd be happy with 40000km if the performance of the tyre was good.

Yokohama will cost less than Michelin.

Vlad
Vlad  

I got 42,000km so far and in the process of changing with the same brand now. I can still get another 3,000but there's a special at Bob jane only this month. Buy 3 get 1 free.

Aqua
Aqua  

Thanks for the replies guys!

Yeah I went with Yokohama Bluearth AE01s instead of the Michelin XM2s.

Can happily report I got 45,000kms out of the front tyres on a FWD vehicle without a single tyre rotation or balance!

Of course I replaced the 2 worn out front tyres with the same amazing Bluearths again at the awesome discounted price of only $129 each (thanks Action Tyres & More Southport!)

So I expect to get well over 60,000kms on all four Bluearth's with rotation and balancing every 10,000kms.

=)

Outbacker
Outbacker  

Bought 4 AE101's in Nov 2013 at 174k on odometer for my Outback. Changing shortly in May 2016 with the odometer at 239k, which translates to about 65k kms. No issues with the 4 tyres with regular rotations at 10k km intervals.

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