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The information about this tyre are being collected for 3035 days. In that time we have collected 206 reviews.
Total distance covered by our customers is 2590000 km.
The best rated parameter is: dry surface.
This tyre was reviewed by users driving usually in the city.
This tyre was reviewed by drivers, who claim their driving style as moderate.
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The tire met with the car. Previously, the only experience I had with Debica R13 tires. The fact that the Grande Punto is quite good, but the holding tank suspension is poetry when it comes to cornering. Apparently, it is only 175 mm but once I got into the 180 ° turn up at a speed of about 40-45 km and there was Pisek. Recently, in a similar arc walking at a speed of 50 km (five have made their season) is slightly squealed giving a sign that it is too early but it was! Tires may 50tys made easy + Can I have a little tread. With regard to braking and starting with a shout. Inhibit rather quickly, and pulling with a screeching hmm. I've seen some comments here that some of the tires you can not move with a shout. I do not agree with that. In this country, we have this mentality that anything is possible, on several occasions, I was able to spend with a shout and even digging two ke hear the squeak - so "want to", but does not prove wrong about the tires - is a matter of feel for the car. As for burning tire rolls pretty cool factor as can be seen when you want to make full use of eco-driving and get low combustion.'s 1.2 8v Gp the stretch of 100 km fuel consumption of 4.0l or 4.5l over long distances is not a problem Should I re-purchased the tire ... Very happy - if I win more:. D
A few words of introduction. My tire test was carried out on vacation. Road drive from the center of Polish in Germany, Switzerland, France (1890 miles) and back and the rest of the tour in Switzerland and France. A total of 5600 km in three weeks. The surfaces on which tires are running virtually everything that can be found not to mention a strong przełaju and winter (summer tires). Highway driving very comfortable and quiet. I should also mention that I had a situation where I had the highway at 120 km make a quick maneuver called elk, tires have lost grip and control of the car without too much trouble. As for the arches that were in abundance in Switzerland and France (Provence Alpes). As I could not help overcome these curves with a slightly higher speed (up grzały disk). I can say with good conscience that they keep very well squealed but sometimes I can not make them thank you, in the end, it was my fault. Braking was also very well not lose grip ABS is not załączał a couple of times when I emergency brake. Finally, let me add that in the wet Poland also follow prevails. In conclusion worthy of recommendation.
On mountain roads strongly recommends keeping tire pressure 3/4 higher decimal points. So you get the best regular consumption and a longer lifetime of the same in terms Kilometrici without affecting comfort accordingly. With this arrangement, pay a little more careful when cornering on wet roads. It will keep in any case a good seal in the event of sudden braking and planing on the water. I also found a reduction in fuel consumption by 2%. Km. 25 000 currently paths on the mountain roads for 70%, the current wear equal to 75% before the "marker" to wear. I hope Essevi been helpful. My professional activities: public taxi service. My driving experience: since 1979. My km roads in total to date: 2575000.
For about 15 years I roll on Michelin tires of different types in both summer and winter. From about 4-5 years since I use ENERGY SAVER Summer and Winter ALPINA 4 and I'm happy with them. Auto / large van / hold up in different weather conditions both in the city and on the highway and never during those long trips as well as those around the city does not think it disappoint me. Michelin head or summer - winter also benefits my wife and I give compliments too. Obviously, these are not the least expensive to purchase but think that their own safety will not save this expense and although painful for Pocket compares operating costs excluding both life and mileage.
Michelin ENERGY SAVER 205/55 R16 91 H
Fuel efficiency is rated from A to G on a colour-coded scale.
A class (green) stands for the best fuel efficiency rating (=the lowest rolling resistance).
G class (red) marks the worst fuel efficiency rating (= the highest rolling resistance). Rolling resistance influences fuel consumption and fume emission, therefore the lower the resistance, the lower fuel consumption and exhaust fume emission is.
Wet grip is the tyre’s ability to adhere to the road in wet conditions. The EU rating focuses only on one aspect of wet grip – wet braking performance of the tyre. Wet grip is rated from A to G:
A class stands for the best braking performance, whereas G class stands for the worst braking performance. It is one of the crucial parameters which influence the road safety.
Tyres contribute to the level of external noise a vehicle generates. Choosing a tyre with a low noise level rating will lower the influence of your driving on the surrounding environment.
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