|Best tyre for dry roads||Dunlop Sport BluResponse|
|Best tyre for wet roads||Continental Premium Contact 5|
|The best tyre overall||Continental Premium Contact 5|
|The lowest fuel use||Dunlop Sport BluResponse|
Michelin Energy Saver Plus
|The most comfortable||Dunlop Sport BluResponse|
Toyo Proxes CF2
|1st: Continental Premium Contact 5|
Positive: Best braking and cornering stability on wet and dry track, high safety reserves.
Negative: Low load change sensitivity and low accuracy in the dry.
Cost: 98 Euros
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|2nd: Uniroyal Rainsport 3|
Positive: In the wet, the rain tyres do not make a slip, and respectable performance on dry roads, stable cornering.
Negative: Mild deficits in dry braking.
Cost: 83 Euros
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|3rd: Pirelli CINTURATO P7|
Positive: When it comes to cornering, the Pirelli is strong in the dry, and on a wet track it is top.
Negative: Blemishes in wet braking, aquaplaning and rolling resistance.
Cost: 94 Euros
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|4th: Dunlop Sport BluResponse|
Positive: Balanced handling on wet and dry track, very good dry braking, very low rolling resistance.
Negative: Weak in wet braking and aquaplaning.
Cost: 92 Euros
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|5th: Toyo Proxes CF2|
Positive: Easily controllable and safe tyres with good wet grip and steering precision. Good ride comfort.
Negative: Mild deficiencies in aquaplaning and steering response.
Cost: 79 Euros
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|6th: Hankook Ventus Prime2|
Positive: Balanced tire with excellent resistance to aquaplaning, good lateral guidance and good steering feedback
Negative: Slight weakness in wet braking and rolling resistance.
Cost: 81 Euros
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|7th: Michelin Energy Saver+|
Positive: The Michelin is easy to master and optimised for mileage and rolling resistance, top in the braking on dry roads.
Negative: Limited wet performance.
Cost: 101 Euros
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|8th: Premiorri Solazo|
Positive: The newcomer from Ukraine surprised with good Wet braking and comfort.
Negative: Shortcomings only aquaplaning and rolling resistance.
Cost: 65 Euros
|9th: Bridgestone Turanza T001|
Positive: Plus points in dry handling through direct and accurate steering.
Negative: Serious weaknesses in wet braking and pronounced load change speed sensitive on wet roads.
Cost: 91 Euros
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|10th: Westlake Radial RP18|
Positive: At a low level a balanced, quiet tyre
Negative: Weak wet and dry performance, low-precision steering, wet roads load change sensitivity issues
Cost: 81 Euros
|11th: GT Radial Champiro VP1|
Positive: Acceptable properties on dry roads.
Negative: Too long wet braking distances. Pronounced oversteer during load changes in wet cornering.
Cost: 71 Euros