ADAC: Summer SUV Tire Test R16 2017
15 summer tires for light SUV in the dimension 215/65 R16 H has been tested by the ADAC. Two very well-balanced tire models achieve the ADAC judgment "good", "eleven models show slight or significant weaknesses in one or more criteria and therefore get the ADAC judgment" satisfactory ". Due to pronounced weakness in the criterion of wetness, a tire model does not go beyond an ADAC judgment "sufficient". A test participant performs so poorly on wet that it receives the ADAC rating "poor". Six of the summer tires tested carry an M+S flank identification, which has some justification on two models for satisfactory braking and traction on snow.
Goodyear EfficientGrip SUV
Very balanced SUV summer tire, with top marks in the wet and strong in the dry
Cooper Zeon 4XS Sport
Balanced tire, good in the dry and wet. Slightly high wear.
Firestone Destination HP
Very good in the dry. Slightly weak in the wet, high wear.
Nokian Line SUV
Good in the dry. Compared to the best on test, slightly weak in the wet. Relatively high fuel consumption.
Pirelli Scorpion Verde
Very good on dry roads, low wear. Slightly weak in the wet.
Semperit Comfort Life 2 SUV
Relatively low fuel consumption. Weak on wet roads.
Uniroyal RainExpert 3 SUV
Top marks in the wet. Fairly weak in the dry, high wear.
Barum Bravuris 4x4
Mid score in nearly all categories, has M+S marking. Relatively weak on dry roads.
General Grabber GT
Good in the dry, has M+S marking. Relatively weak in the wet.
Apollo Apterra HP
Relatively low fuel consumption and low wear. Relatively weak in the wet and dry.
Hankook Dynapro HP2 RA33
Relatively low fuel consumption, quiet tire. Weak in the wet.
BFGoodrich g-Grip SUV
Best fuel consumption, good in the dry. Weak on wet roads.
Bridgestone Dueler H/P Sport
Top marks on dry roads. Weak on wet roads.
Michelin Latitude Tour HP
Best wear result, low fuel consumption. Weak in the wet.
Yokohama Geolandar SUV
Especially good fuel consumption and wear. Extremely weak in the wet, weak on dry roads.