Nexen N Priz AH5

Dry Grip 80%
Wet Grip 60%
Road Feedback 30%
Handling 30%
Wear 70%
Comfort 90%
Buy again 50%

The Nexen N Priz AH5 is a Touring All Season tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Car

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Tyre review data from 1 tyre reviews averaging 59% over 1,000 miles driven.

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2018-08-19 - I just bought a set of nexam ah5 3 and 3/8 white wall tyres for my 1968 buick electra. i paid 2000 dollars for these tyres. I asked for really good tyres. Considering that i lived in another state i had to order these from a person who sells tyres for classic cars. I thought i was going to get a well known brand from america and i just researched these tyres and found out thyre made in korea or some other asian country. The reviews dont look too good are the reviews off the mark because of the make and models of cars. It says handling 30% i have a 430 v8 engine with a lot of horsepower. I dont want to be driving along at 110 ks an hour and these tyre start to disintegrate like what happened to me with the cross plys i had. These arent dangerous tyres are they because im worried about anything that is produced in asian countries. Specially China. Please let me know asap. Thanks

Nexen are a reputable eastern tyre manufacturer so there's very little chance they will just "disintegrate", they make safe products. The wet grip might not be on par with a modern UUHP tyre by someone like Michelin, but for your application the Nexen N Priz AH5 will be fine.

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Given 59% while driving a Kia Motors Picanto (165/60 R14 T) on a combination of roads for 1,000 miles
I am actually reviewing the nexen npriz ah5 and not. Ah8. I had to choose ah8 as the ah5 model was not available on here.

So I decided to try nexen after trying Goodyear duragrip and Hankook kinergy on my Kia picanto. They were about $20 cheaper than the Hankook and Goodyear. Price was not the reason for me to choose nexen. I chose nexen to give a Korean brand a try.

I think it's a bit too soon to right a review, but anyway. The tires are good in dry and I am not sure how they are in wet. Really, sometimes they grip great and sometimes grip poorly. I'm not sure if they are very affected by asphalt type, but it seems like it. I always inflate my car's tires at a professional shop to the recommended oem psi. Alignment is always done when new tires are installed. But these tires confuse me, I'm not sue if the good grip will gradually disappear after a course of thousand of kilometers.

I have to admit, they are the quietest tires. They are also the worst handling tires I've tried. Steering feels numb, roadfeedback is also nonexistent. I feel detached from the road when driving with these. Good year and Hankook had great feedback, I could feel the road and feel when they're about to lose grip. Wet grip was also good except for when the temperature starts dropping below 10C and that's why I decide to try the all season nexen tires ( others were summer tires).

With nexens I found the tires to be too soft and unpredictable. I think they're OK tires. If you're on a tight budget, then yes they're definitely better than Chinese tires. Based on my 1000 km test, I'd probably pay a bit more and get a better tire. It feels like nexens are somewhere between Chinese tires and great Korean brand tires like Hankook. Will keep you posted at 10,000km.
0 - tyre reviewed on December 31, 2017   

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