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Kumho Tyres

Kumho Tyres

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based on 623 reviews
Tyres from South Korea are very popular among customers and have received a lot of positive reviews from the wider industry as well. One of the brands particularly appreciated by drivers is Kumho. This is due to their design, which enables good driving under different conditions, while at the same time allowing good prices (the brand ranks in the middle market segment). If you are looking for this type of tyre, Kumho has on offer should interest you.

It is worth noting that Kumho tyres are appreciated not only by customers, but also by car manufacturers. The company supplies original equipment to the largest Korean brands (Hyundai, Kia and SsangYong) and many popular car models from outside Asia, such as the Volkswagen Polo, Mercedes-Benz A-class and Vauxhall Antara.

Kumho strongly focuses on the innovativeness of its tyres. It is one of the first manufacturers (the fourth, to be precise) to introduce run-flat tyres and section-height profile 20 models. The brand's involvement in the development of its tyres is also evident in the world of motorsport. The company has exclusive rights to supply tyres for the Formula 3 European Series, the most powerful Formula 3 series in the world. This year, the Kumho Team also won the LMP2 class in the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans race.

Interesting facts:

The company was founded in 1960. In 1973, it teamed up with Uniroyal with the aim of creating radial tyres.

Kumho, as a brand name was created in 1978. The company was previously called Samyang.

The name Kumho means "clear lake" in Korean.

At Kumho’s first factory, in Yangdong, the production capacity was very modest. Its workers were initially able to meet requirements for 20 tyres a day.

In addition to tyres, Kumho specialises in the production of golf balls and owns Asiana Airlines.

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Opinions of our clients about Kumho tyres:

The opinions about Kumho tyres may help you choose the right model. Check what their clients think about them, who had the opportunity to test their performance on the road, economy and driving comfort.

  • Niall Curran 4.6

    Kumho KU39 275/35 R19

    We bought the car in April '18. We had a mixed set Dunlops on the front and Chinese spurious on the back. The Chinese ones were very dodgy in the wet. The car had too much power for them. The new Kumhos are excellent in dry and wet conditions. It gives us the confidence to drive hard and have some fun with a car that likes to be pushed. If you're in doubt, take a chance - these are excellent tyres for the price. More >
  • Kamil R 4.8

    Kumho Ecsta PS91 225/40 R18

    Hello. When buying tyres I was guided by the fact that they have a rim protecting the rim which is very important at 18 "In. You can hear the tyre a little but there is no tragedy at this price can be considered quiet, very good at keeping the car on the road at high speed. Also what is important, the suppression on uneven roads is very nice as I drove a car to 18 "only tyres of another company, unfortunately it rode like a ladder because every small hole was felt (my friend has the same car as I was with the serial suspension), the tyres themselves can not see wear after a distance of 9,000 km In summary: A very good product in the decent price, at the same time they look well and are More > durable. I would recommend!
  • Tony 4.3

    Kumho Ecowing ES01 KH27 165/65 R14

    Got new tires for my wife's car and they're good tried to slide few times in roundabout but didn't work...take little time to heat the tires ...on my car I have pirelli p zero Rosso and it take around 15 min to get some decent heat in them ....but my wife's car is a 1 litre aygo and it got some nice grip in corners cause is very light car...good tires overall More >
  • Zibi 4.3

    Kumho ROAD VENTURE MT KL71 235/75 R15

    Great MT for driving on any surface, they behave equally well in off-road and on paved roads. I drive at 1.2Pa pressure and it is even more comfortable, with almost zero tyre deflection. The tyres are relatively light, so despite the much larger size than the original, the car is not silted (low power). The tread is constructed in such a way that it does not bite as aggressively as, for example, Simex, but thanks to this it is really quiet on a normal road. Driving is confident and predictable. More >
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