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Yokohama iceGUARD iG20

Description

Building on the exceptional success of the Ice Guard IG10, the all-new Ice Guard IG20 represents a great leap forward in winter traction technology. Designed to cut through the watery film on ice that causes micro-hydroplaning, the IG20 features Yokohama's over a billion absorptive carbon flakes and more than 5 billion resin-coated shelled microbubbles.

The tread design has been refined to offer better grip during acceleration, cornering and braking in the worst winter weather, including in slush and snow and on ice. The IG20 has also been optimized to provide long-lasting wear and low road noise.


Latest Reviews

21 September, 2018 11:25 by Jeffrey Morales
1
More than 6 months
City / Highway
What is bad?
Snow/Ice Performance
From the moment these tires were installed it felt like I was driving on marbles on dry road. These tires provided very little traction on wet roads and no traction in any amount of snow.
Comments
I have a 2011 Hyundai Genesis Coupe. I purchased a set of Yokohama " Ice Guard " winter tires mounted on smoked alloys from my local Hyundai dealer.
Without question, in fifty years of driving ,, through many Winters this particular winter tire is the worst I've ever had on any car I have ever owned.
Traction is for the most part non existent, even with a slight covering of snow on the roads when I gear down the back end slides all over the place.
9 September, 2018 16:24 by Charles Smith
4
More than 6 months
City / Highway
What is good?
Comfort
Handling
Price/Quality

What is bad?
They are pretty noisy.
Comments
In my daily car that it is bad in deep snow, but works great on icy conditions and packed snow.

Detailed Information

Type and Size
Tire Model
Yokohama iceGUARD iG20
Car Type
Passenger
Season
Winter
Rim Diameter
15 / 16 / 19 "
Width
175 / 185 / 195 / 225 mm
Aspect Ratio
45 / 55 / 60 %
Construction
Radial
Special Features
Runflat
No
Mud and Snow
No
Extra Load
No
Speed and Load
Speed Index
R (max 106 mph) ... T (max 118 mph)
Load Index (max load for a tire)
 

Yokohama iceGUARD iG20 Sizes & Specifications

Rim Model Size Index Features
R15 175/60 R15 81R 175/60 R15 81R
R15 185/55 R15 82T 185/55 R15 82T
R16 185/55 R16 83T 185/55 R16 83T
R16 195/55 R16 87T 195/55 R16 87T
R19 225/45 R19 92T 225/45 R19 92T

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21 September, 2018 11:25 by Jeffrey Morales
1
More than 6 months
City / Highway
What is bad?
Snow/Ice Performance
From the moment these tires were installed it felt like I was driving on marbles on dry road. These tires provided very little traction on wet roads and no traction in any amount of snow.
Comments
I have a 2011 Hyundai Genesis Coupe. I purchased a set of Yokohama " Ice Guard " winter tires mounted on smoked alloys from my local Hyundai dealer.
Without question, in fifty years of driving ,, through many Winters this particular winter tire is the worst I've ever had on any car I have ever owned.
Traction is for the most part non existent, even with a slight covering of snow on the roads when I gear down the back end slides all over the place.
9 September, 2018 16:24 by Charles Smith
4
More than 6 months
City / Highway
What is good?
Comfort
Handling
Price/Quality

What is bad?
They are pretty noisy.
Comments
In my daily car that it is bad in deep snow, but works great on icy conditions and packed snow.

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