MRF Perfinza CLX1

Dry Grip 100%
Wet Grip 0%
Road Feedback 100%
Handling 100%
Wear 0%
Comfort 60%
Buy again 100%

The MRF Perfinza CLX1 is a Touring Summer tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Car

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Tyre review data from 1 tyre reviews averaging 92% over 6,000 miles driven.

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Top MRF Perfinza CLX1 Review

Given 92% while driving a Volkswagen Vento 1.6 TDI (195/60 R15 V) on mostly motorways for 6,000 spirited miles
Yes, you might be wondering why I gave such high ratings but I'll have to be honest. These tires perform beyond the limits of the car. The ABS has never kicked in after installing them and I can throw the car into any corner with a good amount of speed. The tires just hold on like a leech and doesn't ask for any additional input/correction. I doubt I can push any further into a corner until I upgrade to a stiffer suspension because there is quite a bit of body roll in very sharp corners. The steering feedback is amazing. I know exactly what the tires are doing and there's a really nice weighted feeling. It gives me immense confidence to cruise at 150 kmph and beyond. In comparison, I used to find it comfortable to cruise upto 140 kmph in the Bridgestone Turanza ER300 and upto 130 kmph in the Apollo Acceleres. I can confidently go between barricades at around 90 kmph which are found at intersections on the highways in India Tire noise was low when I started using it. It has slightly increased. At this rate, I'm expecting it to create a racket at the end of its life. Comfort is very average. Up sized from 185/60R15 and the increase in comfort was not too much considering there's a 6mm additional sidewall height gain. Haven't been able to drive it in the wet properly. But, this totally meets my need for some serious driving. Although 105 PS and 250 NM of torque is very much normal for any car, I use every bit of it and I hope this can be used as a reference for your needs. PS: VW Vento is basically a 6R Polo Sedan.
1 - tyre reviewed on June 1, 2020   

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Given 92% while driving a Volkswagen Vento 1.6 TDI (195/60 R15 V) on mostly motorways for 6,000 spirited miles
Yes, you might be wondering why I gave such high ratings but I'll have to be honest. These tires perform beyond the limits of the car. The ABS has never kicked in after installing them and I can throw the car into any corner with a good amount of speed. The tires just hold on like a leech and doesn't ask for any additional input/correction. I doubt I can push any further into a corner until I upgrade to a stiffer suspension because there is quite a bit of body roll in very sharp corners. The steering feedback is amazing. I know exactly what the tires are doing and there's a really nice weighted feeling. It gives me immense confidence to cruise at 150 kmph and beyond. In comparison, I used to find it comfortable to cruise upto 140 kmph in the Bridgestone Turanza ER300 and upto 130 kmph in the Apollo Acceleres. I can confidently go between barricades at around 90 kmph which are found at intersections on the highways in India Tire noise was low when I started using it. It has slightly increased. At this rate, I'm expecting it to create a racket at the end of its life. Comfort is very average. Up sized from 185/60R15 and the increase in comfort was not too much considering there's a 6mm additional sidewall height gain. Haven't been able to drive it in the wet properly. But, this totally meets my need for some serious driving. Although 105 PS and 250 NM of torque is very much normal for any car, I use every bit of it and I hope this can be used as a reference for your needs. PS: VW Vento is basically a 6R Polo Sedan.
1 - tyre reviewed on June 1, 2020   

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