Bridgestone Ecopia EP200
The Bridgestone Ecopia EP200 is a Premium Touring Summer tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Car
Tyre review data from 18 tyre reviews averaging 69% over 409,910 miles driven.
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Top Bridgestone Ecopia EP200 Review
while driving a
(205/65 R15) on
It's the worst tyres I've ever used in my 25 years of driving.
Dry grip and braking is just adequate. ABS kicks in every time under moderately heavy braking indicating the tyres are losing grip.
In the wet, exercise extreme caution. The tyres break away very early in cornering and under braking.
What's worse than the appalling performance is it's only left with 3mm tread depth after just 14000miles (23000Km). My previous sets of Michelin and Continentals covered 50000km before needing replacement.
It's advertised as a eco/green tyre with low rolling resistance and fuel savings but I've experienced zero change in fuel consumption.
These tyres do not give much feedback and the steering just feels numb.
The only positive attributes I can give to these tyres is that it's relatively quiet and rides comfortably but nothing exceptional compared to my previous sets of Continentals and Michelin.
Stay away from these tyres if you value you life and those of your family.
Latest Bridgestone Ecopia EP200 Reviews
while driving a
Nissan almera 1.5
(195/55 R15 V) on
(sorry for broken english - from southeast Asia)
My first time using this Bridgestone Ecopia EP200 size 195/55/R15 and driving Nissan Almera Nismo and i replace the original tyre (Continental CC5 due to high cost for this tyre in my country). Overall, Continental CC5 is better performance but not in term of durability. With driving in tropical climatic country where sunny and rainy day whole year, I found this tyre can capable with this road condition.
Dry Condition - tyre can brake smoothly and short breaking while emergency situation. Can drive with 130km/h to 180km/h in highway road without noise and bumping (thanks to Nissan absorber/spring too). Can take a corner with confidence in dry condition.
Wet Condition - Usually drive with carefully by still can hit the throttle to 130km/h in stormy and heavy rain but in new condition. While the tyre condition is 60% or we call 'bunga tayar' already wear. It is easy to slight while hit the heavy wet road. But still can drive confidently.
Overall - this tyre a recommend to not high performance car. I mean average car to buy fish and vegetable at market or bring your son to play ground or weekend driving at the beach. But it still can capable to be great tyre at high speed.
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while driving a
(195/55 R15) on
X bising. Ep200 flat x gemuk
Was a good tyre, but need to replace them. And the replacement value is insane on this tyre. Yet a lower profile is half the price. Further more, the reviews are terrible, and i have pirelli at Heart. that is even cheaper than the lower profile (45's).