Nankang SP7

Dry Grip 70%
Wet Grip 80%
Road Feedback 70%
Handling 70%
Wear 80%
Comfort 80%
Buy again 70%

The Nankang SP7 is a High Performance Summer tyre designed to be fitted to SUV and 4x4

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Tyre review data from 1 tyre reviews averaging 74% over 2,000 miles driven.

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Size Fuel Wet Noise Weight
265/70 R16 112S   E B 72  
255/60 R17 110V XL   E B 72  
225/65 R17 102V   E B 72  
255/65 R17 110H   E B 72  
235/70 R17 111H XL   E B 72  
225/50 R18 95V   E B 72  
215/55 R18 99V XL   E B 72  
225/55 R18 98V   E B 72  
235/55 R18 104V XL   E B 72  
245/60 R18 105H   E B 72  
255/60 R18 112V XL   E B 73  
225/65 R18 103H   E C 71  
255/50 R19 107W XL   E B 72  
255/55 R19 111V XL   E B 72  
275/55 R19 111V   E B 72  
295/40 R20 110Y XL   E B 72  
245/45 R20 99V   E B 72  
275/45 R20 110V XL   E B 72  
275/45 R20 110H XL   E B 72  
295/45 R20 114H XL   E B 72  
255/50 R20 109Y XL   E B 73  
285/50 R20 116V XL   E B 72  
305/50 R20 120H XL   E B 72  
275/60 R20 119V XL   E B 72  
255/30 R22 95V XL   E B 72  
295/30 R22 103Y XL   E B 72  
265/35 R22 102V XL   E B 72  
305/40 R22 114V XL   E B 72  
305/45 R22 118V XL   E B 72  
295/35 R24 110V XL   E B 72  
305/35 R24 112V XL   E B 72  
285/40 R24 112V XL   E B 72  
295/40 R24 114V XL   E B 72  

Questions and Answers for the Nankang SP7

2017-04-29 - Are these tires directional? I see there is a small arrow in a circle.Is that the direction they should be facing the front of car ?

The Nankang SP7 LOOKS like an asymmetric tyre. The arrows on directional tyres are usually printed with the word direction, but if the SP7 is asymmetric you should be able to find "outside" printed somewhere on the sidewall.


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Top Nankang SP7 Review

Given 74% while driving a Mitsubishi Outlander (225/55 R18) on a combination of roads for 2,000 spirited miles
First the pro's
1. cost. I saved a minimum of £50 per corner on getting these tyres over the OEM conti UHP ones. On a set of 4, a saving of £200 is significant money.
2. Noise - easily as good as the Conti ones
3. Comfort - probably slightly softer ride than the Contis they replaced. I first of all thought this may be teh compound, but after 2k miles, I am sure it is down to the sidewalls being softer than the conti UHP ones.
4. Wear? A bit early tosay definitively, but my Conti's were completely scrubbed by 18k miles (I had to cycle them 3 times at 4.5k, 9k, 13.5k to keep them even) - OK, so I've only done 2k so far, but the wear seems to be absolutely nil so far. (not measurable) - I will post an update when I have 4.5k on them, but thought it worth posting an "initial impression" on this mid range HP tyre.
4. wet grip is great - inches of standing water dispersed with no problem. Feel more sure footed than the conti's, but that could have been comparing a new deep tread with an outgoing scrubbed set

and the con's?
1. Not quite as stylish - tyre wall snobs may balk at the "Nankang Utility" etchings
2. This is the biggest con I have with them - where the car felt active and nimble through the corners, I can now definitely feel a bit more "give" and roll into corners. Although not dangerous, this feeling does make a large difference to how the car feel driving swiftly over A roads. However, just back off a smidge and you actually find that the corners can be taken nearly as quickly if you brake a bit earlier, not quite so hard and enjoy the ride. Another benefit f backing off a tad is that fuel consumption goes down. Hurrah!

So far, I have seen past the sidewall name and am enjoying the savings.
45 - tyre reviewed on August 31, 2012   

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Given 74% while driving a Mitsubishi Outlander (225/55 R18) on a combination of roads for 2,000 spirited miles
First the pro's
1. cost. I saved a minimum of £50 per corner on getting these tyres over the OEM conti UHP ones. On a set of 4, a saving of £200 is significant money.
2. Noise - easily as good as the Conti ones
3. Comfort - probably slightly softer ride than the Contis they replaced. I first of all thought this may be teh compound, but after 2k miles, I am sure it is down to the sidewalls being softer than the conti UHP ones.
4. Wear? A bit early tosay definitively, but my Conti's were completely scrubbed by 18k miles (I had to cycle them 3 times at 4.5k, 9k, 13.5k to keep them even) - OK, so I've only done 2k so far, but the wear seems to be absolutely nil so far. (not measurable) - I will post an update when I have 4.5k on them, but thought it worth posting an "initial impression" on this mid range HP tyre.
4. wet grip is great - inches of standing water dispersed with no problem. Feel more sure footed than the conti's, but that could have been comparing a new deep tread with an outgoing scrubbed set

and the con's?
1. Not quite as stylish - tyre wall snobs may balk at the "Nankang Utility" etchings
2. This is the biggest con I have with them - where the car felt active and nimble through the corners, I can now definitely feel a bit more "give" and roll into corners. Although not dangerous, this feeling does make a large difference to how the car feel driving swiftly over A roads. However, just back off a smidge and you actually find that the corners can be taken nearly as quickly if you brake a bit earlier, not quite so hard and enjoy the ride. Another benefit f backing off a tad is that fuel consumption goes down. Hurrah!

So far, I have seen past the sidewall name and am enjoying the savings.
45 - tyre reviewed on August 31, 2012   

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