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Passenger - Extreme Performance Summer

Extreme-performance tires offer the highest level of street performance. What they lack in comfort and wet condition handling, they more than make up for with maximum dry-grip performance. While these are not specifically track tires, they are best used in situations where competition-level performance is needed. Using them for everyday short-trip driving is like using dynamite to kill flies.

Extreme Performance Summer

  1. 78 Yokohama ADVAN Neova AD08R
    2013 Passenger - Extreme Performance Summer
  2. 75 Hankook Ventus R-S4 Z232
    2017 Passenger - Extreme Performance Summer
  3. 73 Bridgestone Potenza RE-71R
    2014 Passenger - Extreme Performance Summer
  4. 72 Bridgestone Potenza S007A
    2018 Passenger - Extreme Performance Summer
  5. 72 GT Radial Champiro SX2
    2011 Passenger - Extreme Performance Summer

Passenger - Premuim Touring Summer

  • 13 to 18 fitments available
  • Generally more comfortable and lower noise
  • Lower fuel use than UHP tires
  • Not ideal on high performance vehicles (Porsche, BMW)

These tires are designed to blend a performance tire's appearance with a passenger tire's smooth, quiet ride. Grand Touring tires are often used as Original Equipment and place more emphasis on handling and high-speed capabilities than high performance tires.

They are also almost always less expensive than their higher-performance cousins.

Premuim Touring Summer

  1. 88 Continental PremiumContact 6
    2016 Passenger - Premuim Touring Summer
  2. 86 Goodyear EfficientGrip Performance 2
    2020 Passenger - Premuim Touring Summer
  3. 85 Michelin Primacy 4
    2017 Passenger - Premuim Touring Summer
  4. 84 Bridgestone Turanza T005
    2018 Passenger - Premuim Touring Summer
  5. 82 Nokian Wetproof
    2019 Passenger - Premuim Touring Summer

Passenger - High Performance Summer

A slight step down from UHP summer tires, these are built for good performance and predictable handling at high speed, and provide good ride quality. Many OE tires, except for those on very high-performance cars, will fall into this category. HP tires are much more likely to carry “H” speed ratings.

High Performance Summer

  1. 82 Pirelli Cinturato P7 (P7C2)
    2020 Passenger - High Performance Summer
  2. 81 Lexani LX-Twenty
    2016 Passenger - High Performance Summer
  3. 79 Vredestein Ultrac Satin
    2016 Passenger - High Performance Summer
  4. 79 Semperit Speed-Life 2
    2015 Passenger - High Performance Summer
  5. 78 Vredestein Sportrac 5
    2012 Passenger - High Performance Summer

Passenger - Max Performance Summer

Max Performance Summer tires are designed to offer the highest blend of dry/wet traction and handling via the latest in design and technology.

They're the pinnacle in tire technology, blending the latest in tread compounds and internal components with highly engineered designs.

Max Performance Summer

  1. 98 Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 6
    2022 Passenger - Max Performance Summer
  2. 88 Michelin Pilot Sport 4S
    2017 Passenger - Max Performance Summer
  3. 87 Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 5
    2018 Passenger - Max Performance Summer
  4. 83 Michelin Pilot Super Sport
    2010 Passenger - Max Performance Summer
  5. 82 Michelin Pilot Sport 4
    2015 Passenger - Max Performance Summer

Passenger - Ultra High Performance All-Season

  • Typically 18 inches and above
  • Designed with sporty handling in mind
  • Ideal for performance cars
  • OE fitment for margues like Porsche, BMW

The highest level of performance many street drivers will ever need for most weather conditions.

These tires are much the same as UHP summer tires, but with siping or other technologies added to enhance wet grip and hydroplaning resistance. Despite the all-season label, with the notable exception of the Conti DWS, these are not usually tires to be trusted in any kind of snow or ice.

Ultra High Performance All-Season

  1. 82 Continental ExtremeContact DWS06
    2015 Passenger - Ultra High Performance All-Season
  2. 81 Goodyear Eagle Exhilarate
    2019 Passenger - Ultra High Performance All-Season
  3. 80 Pirelli P Zero All Season Plus
    2014 Passenger - Ultra High Performance All-Season
  4. 80 Toyo Proxes 4 Plus
    2012 Passenger - Ultra High Performance All-Season
  5. 80 Sumitomo HTR A/S P02
    2015 Passenger - Ultra High Performance All-Season

Passenger - Ultra High Performance Summer

  • Typically 18 and above
  • Designed with sporty handling in mind
  • Ideal for performance cars
  • OE fitment for margues like Porsche, BMW

UHP summer tires are generally low-profile, high-steering, response monsters made for cornering the hottest cars at the hottest speeds. They will almost always carry “V” or higher speed ratings. Their wet conditions capabilities will be more toward the useless side.

UHP tires can handle the extra horsepower of sports cars, but they’re pricier and don’t last as long as regular all-season tires.

Average predicted tread life is 35000 miles.

UHP tires have been around for decades but were traditionally found on high-end sports cars. Now more and more manufacturers are offering them on performance-tuned versions of mainstream vehicles, such as the Buick Regal GS, Chrysler 300S, and Ford Fiesta ST. Even the Chevrolet Impala and Lincoln MKZ come in versions that can be outfitted with UHP tires

Ultra High Performance Summer

  1. 86 Nokian Hakka Blue 2
    2016 Passenger - Ultra High Performance Summer
  2. 84 Goodyear Eagle F1 SuperSport
    2018 Passenger - Ultra High Performance Summer
  3. 83 Mickey Thompson Street Comp
    2012 Passenger - Ultra High Performance Summer
  4. 82 Bridgestone Potenza Sport
    2021 Passenger - Ultra High Performance Summer
  5. 82 Lexani LXUHP-207
    2010 Passenger - Ultra High Performance Summer