Chrysler Grand Voyager Tyres
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Chrysler Grand Voyager Tyre Review Highlights
Writing about the Accelera PHI R
Driving on a combination of roads
for 40 average
I can't figure out why some other reviewers have such problems with these tyres, after 5 years on them ( 2 pairs of fronts) I have had absolutely no scary moments at all. Dry or wet. Even deep water on the motorway has never caused aquaplaning. This could of course be helped by the fact it is a 2.1 ton car, so plenty of weight on them!!
And yes that's right I don't drive it like I did our Impreza. That has long since gone after twins arrived!. But it does get driven normally, not tootled about like you can kick your hat around faster. It handles perfectly well at any speed, and has on many occasions embarrassed people who reckoned they were going to dust the old people carrier - then they went backwards on the twisty bits and particularly a long fast curved motorway slip road near us. At 65mph, they come alongside thinking they'll pass, then they hit the brakes while I just carry on round. Really funny.
Under extreme braking in the wet they have NEVER locked up, just as well or on one occasion the other car that pulled out would have lost the fight with 2100kg of American steel.
For the money they are brilliant. I'm sure on different cars they will perform differently. We now have a 3.0 H6 Subaru Outback as well. I've pit them on that too. 4000 miles on and very very happy with how they work on it.
I will replace them as they wear out. Same again, why change? On both cars.
When I bought my Grand Voyager it was wearing thinner, rather worn Yokahama's, as we had had a very wet winter and the car is very heavy I was worried about aquaplaning especially as I had young kids so I wanted a tyre that would provide good grip in the wet and fitted Uniroyal Rallye 4x4 Street 235 60/16's to the front wheels for better grip and braking. The Uniroyals have not disappointed. Would definitely buy again and will probably fit to the rear wheels when the Yokahama's wear out.