An online magazine recently performed a tyre test to find the best normal tyres for your car and this breakdown of what they found out should make it easier for you to pick the right tyres for your car, whether it’s for a new Chrysler or an old Jeep.
The online magazine’s tyre test looked at everything from budget to premium tyres covering 12 different brands and investigated the tyres rolling resistance, their ability to break in wet and dry conditions, the handling skills in wet and dry conditions and performance when aquaplaning. You can navigate to https://www.tyreandwheel.com.au/tyres/passenger for best Dunlop tyres.
The winner according to the survey is a tyre from Continental, the ContiSportContact 3. It is seen as a solid all-around performer. Other top performers are from manufacturers Michelin, Goodyear and Dunlop with Dunlop performing well on dry roads and fuel economy, while Michelin gave good results in the aquaplaning test.
The magazine also tested tyres specific for wintery conditions where Goodyear, Continental, and Dunlop came out as the top three makes. A good all-rounder performing well on wintry conditions was the Vredestein Quatrac. Most winter tyres cost around 100.
Ultimately buying tyres is all about striking a balance between what’s important to you in relation to performance and price. This survey can help you make the right choice.