First produced in 1980, the second generation launched in 2003 and was subsequntly named European Car of the Year in 2004. The third generation debuted in September 2011. Over a 37 year period, over 7.5 million Fiat Pandas have been sold globally.
The Toyo NanoEnergy 3 is the lastest model in the NanoEnergy range. The tyre offers better wet performance and lower fuel consumption than its predecessor.
£40.01 to £52.50Find Out More
This successor to the Street Response - boasts enhanced grip for improved braking
£49.74 to £79.78Find Out More
The Rotalla RH02 is a high performance budget car tyre.
£40.04 to £59.99Find Out More
The Yokohama BluEarth AE01 is a tyre with a tread designed designed to produce low rolling resistance.
£46.40 to £71.59Find Out More
Excellently - a big difference in grip between winter compound and summer compound tyres over the cool, slippery months.
The fitters were asked to put them both on the front for maximum wet grip and fuel economy but the idiots put them on the back, and did not balance them. So unable to comment on their performance as only 40% of braking going to rear tyres.
Remarkable! Huge difference in grip in cold and/or wet weather.
Quieter than I expected, very supple and smooth ride and good grip in poor conditions; had fitted these previously also on my Hymer motorcamper with same results. These tyres yield a better driving experience and greater confidence.