Land Rover Range Rover Vogue SDV6 Tyres

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The following tyres have been reviewed on the Land Rover Range Rover Vogue SDV6
Cooper Zeon LTZ (2) 90% 85% 85% 85% 100% 90% 95% 90% 70,050
Avon ZX7 (21) 88% 86% 82% 82% 58% 79% 61% 77% 121,656

Land Rover Range Rover Vogue SDV6 Tyre Review Highlights

Writing about the Avon ZX7 given 93% (255-45-19-W)
Driving on mostly country roads for 6000 average miles
I bought these for my L32 Range Rover Vogue to replace the Pirelli Scorpions which didn’t last long and to me didn’t feel very grippy. The Avons - which are made in Britain - have been a revelation. Dry and wet grip is excellent. They are quiet. And I get 10% better economy too. I got one puncture days after having them all fitted which was irritating but which was able to be repaired. I have had one tyre deflate rapidly but which seemed to be ok in reflating so am not sure what happened there. Shall definitely buy these again and shall fit them to my P38 too and possibly my 5 series. Very impressed and good to buy British. So far have done 6000 miles with no significant sign of wear so they are lasting well too.
tyre reviewed on 2018-01-02 12:33:38
Writing about the Cooper Zeon LTZ given 86% (285-55-20-)
Driving on mostly country roads for 50 easy going miles
I've used the Cooper Zeon LTZ for over 10 years, over about 200,000 miles and I'm on my 5th set. The tyres have never punctured and give about 50,000 miles of use before needing replacement, although I replace them when they get to 4mm of tread. 90% of my driving is on tarmac but when I do go off-road, I don't want to get stuck! Off road use is mainly muddy tracks and grass fields. Off road, the tyres have performed very well and only occasionally, come close to leaving me stranded - in very slippery mud. I had Nitto Terra Grapplers fitted before the LTZ's and they were better off-road but quite noisy on tarmac and gave quite a harsh ride.
On road, the Coopers are almost as quiet as the OE Pirelli P Zero's (which are useless off-road). Wet and dry grip is very good and the ride and handling pretty much the same as the P Zero's. However, I drive quite gently so never explore the 'handling' limits. If you want a tyre which performs 90% as well as a P-Zero on tarmac (in normal use) and 80% as well as Terra Grapplers off road, then the LTZ's are for you. They offer a perfect compromise and very difficult to beat.
tyre reviewed on 2017-09-04 22:10:47
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