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The information about this tyre are being collected for 1593 days. In that time we have collected 475 reviews. Total distance covered by our customers is 3682000 km.
The best rated parameter is: wet 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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Tyres (size 195/65 R15 91 H) I have had those for one season, I have travelled on them about 7.000 km (mainly in the city, but also a few longer holiday trips). On dry and wet surface tyres stick to the surface very well. Noise - up to 120 km / h - quiet; above 130 km / h - a bit more noise, but the noise level is still acceptable (the ears does not hurt, and the radio does not need to be turned up). The appearance does not matter to me, although it presents itself well - the tyre is to be safe and not to look nice. After 7.000 km tyre wear unnoticeable. Overally OK, but ... Previously I used Uniroyal RainSport 2 (on the same car) and thanks for the great impression and experience - I bought their next generation, that is RainExpert 3. Unfortunately, I have the impression that the newer not necessarily became better and that "better" has disappeared from the market. RainExpert 3 was excellent when it comes to grip: absolutely not afraid to go faster in the puddles, or faster to ride in the rut in the rain - they were like glued to the asphalt. With RainExpert 3 I have no such confidence and peace of mind: in such situations I have the impression that the tyres are balancing on the edge of grip the can offer but - surprisingly (and fortunately) - nothing bad ever happens. Moreover - even deliberate attempt to get the car into a light slip did not quite succeeded. Nevertheless, the unpleasant feeling - riding on the ice – doesn’t leave me. If not my previous experience with RainExpert 2, probably RainExpert 3 would recommend. But compared to RainExpert 2- I'm a bit disappointed: maybe I expected too much of them, but the predecessors - RainExpert 2- have set the bar high. Maybe it's a car issue, but to my Vectra - I would rather not buy them again.
I was encouraged by the good reviews, I bought two Uniroyal tyres in September and I drove around 2k km. I have to admit that they are good in the wet, especially when it comes to ruts and potholes - aquaplaning definitely is not a problem for RainExpert 3. Unfortunately thats end of good points. Tyre behave worse while cornering - it is so soft and tucked up, so I never knew what they will behave like when driving through the curves (I was testing it at different pressures) The worst is the failure! - the tyre just cracked at the curb (a manoeuvre we do few hundred times every year) - two holes on the side of the tyre. From oponeo I heard initially that the recognition of the complaint is unlikely ... Uniroyal also got rid of the problem. So I bought two premium brand tyres and I'm totally happy - the puddles can be a bit worse, but the wet is holding the same, and the stability and predictability in the corners is simply incomparable. No more savings, and certainly no more Uniroyal! I do not recommend, and I strongly advise against !!!
I bought two Uniroyals RainExpert 3 tyres for my Laguna 170bhp for the front and set of same product for my father’s Berlingo. Driving in corners is poor and due to the soft sidewall sharp steering wheel movements are quite dangerous. After taking my car on the motorway i found out that they were horribly loud! The noise starts to kick in is over 100km / h and in Berlingo is unbearable. In Laguna also, over 150km / h they are louder than the engine, and at 170 km / h cannot travel because of the noise! While traveling from 300km trip in Berlingo my head was pretty numb from the noise they generate, especially on the rough asphalt. Actually on the wet surface they do very well, but let's think how many rainy days are in the year ... Soft tyre, doesn’t seem to last for long. I give them max 2 seasons, 40k km and they will be thrown out. In this price range I honestly recommend the Kleber Dynaxer HP3. Previously I was still on the Continental, Michelin and Pirelli.
Hello. When it comes to buying these tyres I already had previous experience with the previous model Uniroyal RainExpert in my Vectra B. I am happy with them because they are next generation model. Back to Expert 3, tyres dash wildly on my CRV. On dry pavement excelllent, quiet and reliable. The fun begins when it’s starting to rain :) more water on the road, the better, and it really excel in the wet conditions, you can get into deep water and not feel discomfort at higher speed. In case of sudden braking the ABS doesn’t even kick in – tested it well. As for the wear I cannot yet tell much, because I bought it at the end of the season in 2015. If someone wants to drive in the countryside, I recommend the purchase of tyres suitable for such trips (the all terrain tyres). In short, sensational tares, very recommendable. As someone looking for a very good tyres on the standard roads this is the way to go.
Really good tyre model. Just perfect for some small compact hatchback vehicle. Main difference is visible especially during driving on some wet or muddy roads, Uniroyal Rainexpert 3 seems to be much better in this kind of conditions that any other brand. Traction is on a high level on almost all possible surfaces. Noise level is just on the normal level and it is not really noticeable, definitely not distracting or annoying. Fuel efficiency same as for most of the tyres available on the market I think. It is hard to say anything about durability for me simply because I have them from too short time. One of the advantages is the way how the tread presents itself, it looks nice though. Recommended for anyone but especially for people who drive usually outside of a city and for drivers who are looking for the tyres which provides sense of safety in every weather conditions. Note that price is not to high.
Uniroyal RainExpert 3 185/60 R14 82 T
Uniroyal RainExpert 3 is a summer tyre designed for passenger cars. This is a middle-class tyre and guarantees the best value for money. The asymmetric tread pattern helps a car to drive safely on any type of surface.
Tyre developers have opted for the RainExpert 3,
The 3 RainExpert performs excellently in rain due to the Shark Skin Technology, which features very small grooves in the water channels to reduce the flow turbulence and ensures a faster displacement of water from under the contact patch. As a result, the driver has better control over the vehicle on wet roads and is better protected against aquaplaning.
RainExpert 3 stands out from the competition when it comes to optimised water flow and its tread, which is responsible for excellent traction on wet roads. The confident cornering and excellent traction is ensured by the large outer shoulder blocks. According to the European classification, which determines the wet grip, the Rain Expert 3 received the highest rating - Class A.
The tread was designed to optimise the contact patch with the road, which translates to lower friction forces and lower rolling resistance on all types of surfaces. How does this affect the car user? The tyre uses less energy to maintain constant speed in a straight line and lowers fuel consumption.
Uniroyal is a well known manufacturer, especially among drivers who are looking for models with the best proven wet grip. Since the launch of the first rain tyre by Uniroyal, professional tyre test results and drivers opinions confirm that their models are the best solution for wet weather. Uniroyal also owes its prestige to the fact that the company belongs to one of the largest tyre manufacture groups in the world - the German Continental.
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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