Motor: Summer Tire Test 235/35 ZR19 2019

Australia’s Motor Magazine has been conducting its tire tests since 2001, and this year the test involved eight competing tires of different price brackets. The tests were carried out on Sydney Dragway race track using a Peugeot 308 GTi, the experts comparing the tires in five disciplines — three dry, two wet. The tests were carried out at Sydney Dragway using a Peugeot 308 GTi.

  1. 9 Michelin Pilot Sport 4S

    Positive: Excellent handling response both on wet and dry pavements.

    Wet Lateral G Dry Braking Slalom Wet Braking Motorkhana
  2. 14 Goodyear Eagle F1 SuperSport

    Positive: Good results on wet pavement. Negative: Relatively long braking distance on dry pavement.

    Wet Lateral G Dry Braking Slalom Wet Braking Motorkhana
  3. 20 Bridgestone Potenza S007A

    Positive: Short braking distance on dry pavement. Excellent lateral stability in the wet. Negative: Relatively long braking distance on wet pavement.

    Wet Lateral G
  4. 20 Maxxis Victra Sport 5

    Positive: The shortest braking distance on wet pavement. Negative: Relatively weak grip on dry pavement.

    Wet Braking
  5. 21 Continental SportContact 6

    Positive: The shortest braking distance on dry pavement. Negative: Relatively long braking distance on wet pavement.

  6. 21 Pirelli P Zero

    Positive: Generally good results (but the tires are inferior to the new competitors).

    Dry Braking Slalom Motorkhana
  7. 36 Hifly HF805

    Negative: Relatively weak grip on dry and wet pavement.

    Wet Lateral G Dry Braking Slalom Wet Braking Motorkhana
  8. 39 Infinity Ecomax

    Negative: Relatively weak grip on dry and wet pavement.

    Wet Lateral G Dry Braking Slalom Wet Braking Motorkhana
Year
2019
Date added
Jul 24, 2019
Tire Test Original Link
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Max Score
5
Season
Summer
Auto Type
Passenger
List Type
Professional Tire Test