|Best tyre for dry roads||Continental WinterContact TS 850 P|
|Best tyre for wet roads||Continental WinterContact TS 850 P|
|Best tyre for snow||Pirelli Winter Sottozero 3|
|The best tyre overall||Continental WinterContact TS 850 P|
|The lowest fuel use||Goodyear UltraGrip Performance Gen 1|
Due to the limited number of patterns in the test, and no all season or summer comparison, we'll forgo the usual commentry and just present the results below.
|1st: Continental WinterContact TS 850 P|
Positive: Outstanding wet grip, very direct steering when dry, good braking in all conditions.
Negative: Slight weakness in aquaplaning and comfort.
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|2nd: Goodyear UltraGrip Performance Gen 1|
Positive: Excellent snow and dry braking, very low rolling resistance, good steering feel and best aquaplaning results.
Negative: Slightly noisy.
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|3rd: Dunlop Winter Sport 5|
Positive: Shortest snow braking distances, with sporty snow handling. Good balance in the wet.
Negative: High rolling resistance, noisy
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|4th: Pirelli Winter Sottozero 3|
Positive: Best tyre overall in snow with good braking in wet and dry.
Negative: Average handling in wet and dry, low aquaplaning resistance.
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|5th: GT Radial Champiro WinterPro HP|
Positive: Good snow traction and braking, quiet.
Negative: Poor snow handling, weaker than the best in the wet.
|6th: Vredestein Wintrac xtreme S|
Positive: Good snow braking, sporty in the dry.
Negative: Very weak in the wet, especially wet braking.
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