The Davanti DX640 is a High Performance Summer tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Car
Tyre review data from 42 tyre reviews averaging 72% over 379,596 miles driven.
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Top Davanti DX640 Review
had 4 put on my vw golf and i have to say im well impressed stick like glue even in the wet top marks mileage yet to be confirmed how ever looking so far so good.
Latest Davanti DX640 Reviews
Hi, I'm no expert so here goes. The four 225/50/r17 seem to run well on my recently bought Merc 220, however I have 1 problem in that with tyres still having substantial tread on them I was a bit surprised that within 2 hours of parking on my drive on top of a light dusting (10mm) snow it had slid approximately 3m and hit the front wall...I'f the wall had not been there it would of been on the main road. Back offside bumper now in need of repair. It's not a steep drive either...probably 1:20...when I took it off the drive for safety and parked in on the roadside I couldn't pull off or go up or down the slight hill (with about 10mm compacted snow). I had to leave the car their for 36 hours till the roads improved while watching every other car imaginable drive up and down the hill with little or no effort. so really looking to change these out now as I work away and can't afford to get caught on the motorway while snowing with these tyres as I don't think I would survive...and I really mean that...never had a problem with my old Puegeot 407 slipping down the drive on Pirelli's ...beware
Mercedese220cdi back again after 5140 miles in 5 months averaging between 50 and 70 mph on A 55. Wear has been very even and all tyres are now on 7mm. Without doubt they are the quietest tyres I have ever purchased and although the weather has been pleasant (no snow or ice yet!) I would purchase again unless there is a massive deterioration over the next 5000 miles or so.
What's better in the snow, a 4x4 or winter tyres? Watch the video to find out!
while driving a
Alfa Romeo MiTo
(215/40 R18 W) on
Can only imagine that these tyres were cheap or were on offer when a full set of four was fitted to my car by the previous owner.
Grip in the dry is poor, grip in the wet is even worse. They tyres really excel on cold damp roads where the feeling that someone has let the tyres down and smeared them in lard is somewhat exciting. Nothing beats the feeling of under steering around every corner you point them at.
When they finally do grip, the flex in the side walls is impressive as is the de-lamination of the outer layers rubber.
In about 4000 miles the fronts were shot (I’ve swapped them out for another brand) and in an attempt to shorten the misery I’ve put the other Davanti’s on the front.
Early days yet but so far so good. 245/40/18 on front and 265/35/18 on rear. Had wheel alignment done at Lobitos in Prestatyn. I live within half mile of a55 so speeds are between 50 and 70 on a daily basis. The quietness compared to my previous Continentals is outstanding. Wear from the Continentals was good so hope Davanti perform as well, fingered crossed!! Update perhaps in 10000 miles?
Have a pair on the front of my Scirocco R that have done 26k miles and still have 2mm on them. At £90 a corner that seems to me good value. While I tend to be sedate away from the lights, I drive the car aggressively on B roads and I have never had any concerning moments.