ADAC: Summer Tire Test R15 2017
16 summer tires of the widely used dimension 195/65 R 15 91 V for low-middle-range cars, the ADAC has thoroughly tested this year. Five tire models recommend the ADAC judgment "good". A broad midfield of ten test candidates with more or less pronounced single or multiple weaknesses reaps the verdict "satisfying". The tire model with the clearest deficiencies concludes the ADAC summer tire test with the judgment "sufficient".
Pirelli Cinturato P1 Verde
Very balanced summer tires. Especially good in the wet. Relatively low wear and noise.
Bridgestone Turanza T001
Very balanced, particularly good on dry and wet roads, relatively low fuel consumption.
Continental ContiPremiumContact 5
Very balanced tire, top marks in the wet. Good on dry roads.
Goodyear EfficientGrip Performance
Very balanced. Especially good on dry roads. Good in the wet. Relatively low fuel consumption.
ESA-Tecar Spirit 5 HP
Balanced summer tire. Relatively good in the wet, relatively low fuel consumption.
Dunlop Sport BluResponse
Top marks on dry roads. Relatively low fuel consumption. Comparatively weaker in the wet.
Relatively good on dry roads. A bit weaker on wet compared to the best.
Vredestein Sportrac 5
Low wear. Relatively low fuel consumption. Slightly weaker on dry and wet roads.
Aeolus PrecisionAce 2 AH03
Relatively good in the wet. Relatively high wear and fuel consumption.
Kumho Ecowing ES01 KH27
Low fuel consumption. A little weaker in the wet. Relatively high wear.
Michelin Energy Saver+
Top marks in wear. Low fuel consumption. Good in the dry . A little weaker in the wet.
Sava Intensa HP
Relatively low wear. A little weaker in the wet.
Semperit Comfort-Life 2
Low fuel consumption. A little weaker in the wet. Noisy.
Hankook Ventus Prime 3 K125
Good on dry roads. Relatively weak in the wet.
Maxxis Premitra HP5
Good on dry and wet roads. High wear.
GT Radial Champiro FE1
Top grade for consumption. Relatively low wear. Quiet tire. Weak in the wet. Relatively weak even on dry roads.