- 10000 km
Have these on a Boxster driven like an idiot 84 miles a day. Rear wheel drive, no traction control, A and B roads, the rears went quickly but the old fronts will probably outlast this new rear pair. I immediately noticed the front of the car was much less frantic than the Michelins at speed. Good grip, but crucially I think they're predictable and that's my primary concern. Oh and on a wider tyre they look nice from behind.
- 27000 km
we have this tieres on bouth of our cars and I am very happy with them . I will recomand them for somebody that is doing more then 15kmiles per year as they are cracking badly and go flat after 3 years this hapend to my wifes car . so after 27000 miles and 3 years the side wall MFS cracks so deep that you have to replace the tyres .they still had 4.8mm tread and the garage were I had them fited sad that dunlop is puting plastic in the side walls and they usualy crack like that in 3-5 years but you can get 40k miles with them so they are made for doing loads off miles in a sort period of time. overall I will buy them again as they are very good in all aspects
- Seat Toledo
- 24000 km
long life , very quiet on motorway , good grip in all conditions . I say better than other brands like continental Bridgestone and Michelin which wear quicker then this ones . for +3£ I've got the brand new ones not the demo. Tyreleader is the best :)