The Jinyu YU63 is a High Performance Summer tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Car
Tyre review data from 39 tyre reviews averaging 73% over 208,354 miles driven.
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2016 Test World Performance Tyre Test - 10th of 13 tyres
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- Positive - Good handling on dry roads, low rolling resistance
- Negative - Long braking distances and poor handling on wet surfaces, poor resistance to aquaplaning
|315/35 R20 110Y XL
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Top Jinyu YU63 Review
while driving a
(295/35 R21) on
a combination of roads
I don't care what anyone says about these tyres!
They are amazing, I don't know about small car or other passenger car but on a 4x4 the jinyu yu63 are good.
Having been through 2 sets of Pirellis in 18 months I was shocked at the wear and tear on the manufactured recommend.
After putting the jinyu tyre on are just as good as the Pirellis and amazed by them and half the cost of Pirellis it's a winner.
Certain types of jinyu tyres may ride different on different cars but on a 4x4 they are spot on.
Latest Jinyu YU63 Reviews
while driving a
(225/45 R17) on
put these on my mini f54 clubman after running bridgstone potenza then landsails the bridgestone potenzas again and to be honest these are the best- really i didnt expect much as we really well priced £40 a tyre but wow give them a go they are amazing
ive been in the motor trade for 25years and ran every tyre make under the sun and apart from the absoloute market leader michelins but wow they are expensive this is now my next choice of tyre brand
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These tyres are obviously very cheap so my expectations were very low. They were actually surprisingly good in the dry. But in the wet they were horrendous. Could barely accelerate even gently without wheelspin and cornering was a scary affair.
In the UK especially Scotland we rarely ever drive in the dry so personally I'd avoid these tyres unless your budget is cheaper than cheap.
I'd say these tyres are fine for a low powered car and city/town driving. But any car with a bit of power or any open road spirited driving these are definitely not what you want on your car.