EfficientGrip Performance

 

195/65 R15 H (91)

Goodyear have constructed the EfficientGrip Performance with 'ActiveBraking Technology' which increases the level of contact between the tread and road surface. This technology leads to greater levels of traction and shorter braking distances - internal tests carried out by Goodyear have shown this has reduced braking distances by up to 8 metres on wet roads.

The tyre also features Goodyear's 'WearControl Technology' to ensure that the tyre has a low level of rolling resistance. Not only does this help to save fuel, but it also means the tyre wears evenly throughout its lifespan.

To lower the levels of rolling resistance of the Goodyear EfficientGrip Performance, a newly designed base compound has been created that reduces the resistance of the tyre by up to 18% compared to previous models.

In 2014 the tyre was named 'Best Buy' by Auto Express and in the Which? tyre tests.

£31.81

Customer Comments

  • Excellent tyres reduced road noise and wonderful in the wet.

    25/05/2016
  • Good service and product

    19/05/2016
  • Superb service and superb tyres.

    10/05/2016
  • These front tyres have gone from new to 3mm tread in 10,000 miles over 9 months and need replacing - why? My existing rear tyres (Bridgestone) have gone from 4mm to 3mm over the same period and the original front Bridgestone tyres did 26,000 miles before replacing?

    04/04/2016
  • Very well engineerd tyres providing excellent grip in both wet and dry conditions. Brilliant handling and low road noise. Would definately buy again.

    10/07/2015

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Number of ratings: 5

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  • Shorter braking distances on wet and dry roads.
  • Lower rolling resistance and fuel consumption.
  • Continuous circumferential ribs provide excellent handling and vehicle control.

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