Audi A4 2.0 TDI 177bhp quattro Tyres
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Audi A4 2.0 TDI 177bhp quattro Tyre Review Highlights
I put a set of these on my A4 Avant Quattro to replace the standard Dunlops that came on the car. I was astonished at the grip in all conditions and the reduction in road noise as compared to the Dunlops.
I am shocked to hear people in the reviews complaining about the wear on their tyres as mine lasted 5 years and nearly 90,000 kms. I am just in the process of changing out my winter tyres (Pilot Sport Alpins) and will most definitely be going back to the Pilot Super Sport. These tyres, coupled with the grip already available with the Quattro are hands down the best tyres I have ever owned.
Writing about the Kormoran Kormoran UHP
Driving on a combination of roads
for 15000 spirited
Have driven them for a full summer (approx. 20 000 km) and can't be more happy with the tires. The grip is really impressive and the feedback you get from the tyres is excellent. Really feel connected to the road. Strongly recommend.
Writing about the Kumho Ecsta LE Sport
Driving on mostly country roads
for 11000 spirited
Had these fitted since laat april almost a year. Fantastic in the dry. And excellent in wet albeit on my quattro. But i find i can still push and push and cant fault them. Definately buy again
Writing about the Nexen N Fera SU4
Driving on mostly motorways
for 2000 average
Can compare My new Nexen N’Fera su4 to my old Falken and Dunlop before that. Falken tyres were exceptional in wet conditions, better than Dunlop and my new Nexen. Falken are much louder than Nexen and Dunlop. Nexen is quieter than both. Overall, Nexen N’Fera su 4 are better than Dunlop and Falken. My audi quattro feels better to drive with Nexen. Nexen is a better value tyre in my opinion. Will not buy Dunlop or Falken again. They are over priced . Nexen is the future . Thank you Nexen
My initial inspection is as following. The tyres perform great. Just drove 1000km on them. A combination of 50/50 motorway and regional roads. So far the tyres kept up to their promise. In the dry they perform as expected. Very stable and calm even the feel on the steering wheel is nice considering it is a winter tyre. I had the chance to drive them through a rainstorm on the motorway and regional roads and they performed better than I thought they would. Again very stable and calm behaviour. But I have not driven them to the limit as it is not safe to do that on the public roads. So far I like them. I have not driven them on the snow also as there isnt any yet in my country. Will update as soon as I drive them on the snow. My only complaint would be that the tyres are a bit noisy. Not as noisy as my Michelin PS4 summer tyres. As far as the tread consumption it is too early to tell how they wear. Overall I think that they are tyres worth buying. Will keep you updated on the progress.
Standard fit on my 2015 A4 quattro. Expected alot from a well known brand but the wear rate has been shocking.
7300 miles and the front tyres are down to 3mm. No aggressive/harsh driving, all smooth 100 mile round trip motorway.
Tyre feel is good both in dry and wet but really disappointed about the wear rate.
Writing about the Triangle TR777
Driving on a combination of roads
for 10000 average
Have driven the tires in Nordic climate for 1 winter - the tyre does not perform well in cold temperatures. Even though I'm driving a quattro Audi, the road feedback and traction in snow and ice is terrible. Even on wet or dry tarmac the tyre does not make you feel safe - the car moves around a lot.
The tyre is good only when driving with slushy snow, so around 0 degrees. once it's colder it's dangerous. would not recommend.