Autogrip Grip 200

Dry Grip 63%
Wet Grip 35%
Road Feedback 38%
Handling 40%
Wear 50%
Comfort 38%
Buy again 23%

The Autogrip Grip 200 is a Touring Summer tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Car

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Tyre review data from 5 tyre reviews averaging 41% over 20,700 miles driven.

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Top Autogrip Grip 200 Review

Given 56% while driving a BMW 530 D Sport Touring (235/45 R17 W) on a combination of roads for 200 spirited miles
These are cheap tyres which I put on the front and wasn't expecting much, just to last until next MOT. First impressions are that the ride seems a bit firmer. I have previously only used Pirelli, Bridgestone, or Dunlops and have had the car 11 years. It often used to 'skitter' if you brake hard in the wet on a bumpy surface, but these cheap Autogrip Grip 200's seem better for some reason. Quiet and stable on the motorway at fast cruising speed too. I'd say they are pretty good value.
40 - tyre reviewed on December 20, 2018   

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Given 30% while driving a Peugeot 307 SW HDI 136 (205/55 R16 V) on mostly town for 3,000 average miles
These tyres are deadly in the wet, I have a peugeot 307 estate and if you corner in the wet the abit fast the back end actually steps out, Last week nearly lost control of vehicle as back end sliding around like on ice. Never had this on any other tyre, dont fit as dangerous
1 - tyre reviewed on April 25, 2020   
Given 52% while driving a Audi 1.8T Quattro (215/55 R16 W) on a combination of roads for 5,000 average miles
They are predictable and progressive in both the wet and dry for corning.
Dry grip is decent for smooth making good progress driving, but throw the car about a bit then they can start to slide (can't handle getting too hot ??)
Outer edges front and rear are wearing at as high rate (tracking was check when fitted).
Sadly in the wet they lack grip to a frustrating level, 2nd gear wheel spin is easily to induce joining roundabouts on a damp surface from a rolling start.
Very noisy on rough surfaces at 50+ mph.
I usually buy mid range known brand tyres, but these came fitted to the car and don't think they are worth the low cost, I can't compare to other budget tyres.
1 - tyre reviewed on January 7, 2020   
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Given 22% while driving a MINI Cooper (205/45 R17 W) on a combination of roads for 500 average miles
Utterly tragic tyres. Bought a used MINI with these fitted to the front.

Nothing too untoward in the dry but it rained the day we got it home and first signal all was not well was terrible lateral grip on corners and roundabouts. On half throttle pulling off in first the tyres would spin ludicrously.

I could not live with how awful they were and by next day had arranged am appointment for some new Bridgestone Turanza. Not the best tyre going but the difference between these and the Autogrip rubbish is huge. HUGE!

My advice - don't fit these if you live somewhere that it ever rains.
1 - tyre reviewed on December 28, 2019   
Vauxhall Meriva (185/60 R15) on mostly country roads for 12,000 average miles
Terrible, fitted to 2005 Vauxhall Meriva, complained about ‘tramlining’ shortly after fitting but only sorted out 12 months later when different tyre brand fitted, no problem afterwards.
7 - tyre reviewed on April 28, 2019   
Given 56% while driving a BMW 530 D Sport Touring (235/45 R17 W) on a combination of roads for 200 spirited miles
These are cheap tyres which I put on the front and wasn't expecting much, just to last until next MOT. First impressions are that the ride seems a bit firmer. I have previously only used Pirelli, Bridgestone, or Dunlops and have had the car 11 years. It often used to 'skitter' if you brake hard in the wet on a bumpy surface, but these cheap Autogrip Grip 200's seem better for some reason. Quiet and stable on the motorway at fast cruising speed too. I'd say they are pretty good value.
40 - tyre reviewed on December 20, 2018   

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