The Toyo T1R is a Ultra High Performance Summer tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Car
This tyre replaced the Toyo T1S
This tyre has been replaced by the Toyo Proxes T1 Sport
Tyre review data from 278 tyre reviews averaging 72% over 3,615,683 miles driven.
|195/45 R14 77V||F||C||70|
|215/45 R15 84V||F||C||70|
|205/55 R15 88V||F||C||70|
|245/35 R16 86W||F||C||70|
|195/40 R16 80V XL||F||C||70|
|185/50 R16 81V||F||C||70|
|225/50 R16 92W||F||C||70|
2018-07-11 - For many years I used continental's sport contact 2(195/45/15) for my Peugeot 106 and the grip is excellent. I am very pleased with them, during cornering, acceleration etc even with 200BHP without an LSD. But this time I was thinking of trying the T1R's because of the lower price, which are supposed to be great. I am not expecting the grip of the sport contact 2, but i want a progressive Tyre at the limit(very important) and with a bit less grip will be acceptable due to the price but not awful grip... And all the reviews I am reading here and from some tests, some say they are awesome and some say they are the worst tyres with no grip....Almost nothing in between....And I am wondering what the truth is...Maybe those with a good review do not push their car close to the limit? If anyone can help it would be great...
The T1R is now an old tyre. They still seem to work in specific sizes on lighter cars, but for bigger heavier cars, they're not the best option anymore.
|215/45 R17||£85.70 - £90.01 (6 Prices)||Compare Prices >>|
|225/40 R18||£79.99 - £81.60 (5 Prices)||Compare Prices >>|
|Available in 22 tyre sizes - View all.|