Mitsubishi Attrage GS Tyres
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Mitsubishi Attrage GS Tyre Review Highlights
Writing about the Dunlop SP Touring R1
Driving on mostly town
for 8000 easy going
The price is very affordable. tag value is nice. wet ground A. fuel C. I was satisfied with the tires. There is not much road noise. Comfort is nice. It is a standard family vehicle and a fairly adequate tire for standard use. I advise.
Great tyres. Switch over from from Bridgestone that were a lot more expensive and less grip. This tyres has proved itself in the rain!
Writing about the Bridgestone Potenza S001
Driving on a combination of roads
for 24855 average
I got my Bridgestone Potenza S001 (185/55R15 82V) as stock tyres when i purchased my Mitsubishi Attrage GS (Sedan) imported from Japan, or better known in most countries as the Mitsubishi Mirage G4. I had used the tyres for 2 years and averaged about 40,000km till it was time for a change. Dry grip for these summer performance tyres were good and did not have any under-steer, unless taking corners and going over construction joints which had a very very mild skid if driving over 75km/hr. However for wet grip, they had good traction on the roads when the tyres were still under 15,000 - 20,000 km. After that it started giving under-steering issues which at some points drifts on wet road surfaces and dry epoxy flooring at car parks. I use the car daily for traveling from home to work (vice-versa) and back to my hometown on a monthly basis. Now I have swapped all 4 tyres to the Michelin Pilot Sport 3, so far so good with the tyres and loving the grip and control i have on wet and dry surfaces, cant review much about these tyres as still new to them. When the time comes ill post review on them. Cheers..