Fiat began production of the Punto in 1993, with the model going on to span over three generations - also known as the Punto Evo and Grande Punto. Over 9 million units of the Fiat Punto have been sold globally, making it one of Fiat’s top selling models. As of August 2018, Fiat ended production of the Punto with no successor being named.
Designed to deliver motorists with a high end performance.
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Developed to meet the demanding needs of modern day small cars
£54.01 to £70.00Find Out More
The Rotalla RH02 is a high performance budget car tyre.
£41.24 to £61.19Find Out More
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.
£41.21 to £53.21Find Out More
Very well now. They initially appeared to lack grip in the wet but either have scuffed off a coating(?) or scrubbed in a little and work fine wet or dry.
Although difficult to judge the overall performance of an all season tyre after 2 weeks late autumn / early winter driving, the ability of the tyre to handle standing water on rural roads (front fitment only) has proved superior to the previous ContiEcoContact 5 tyres, even when new, on my FIAT Punto Evo 1.3 Mulitijet 85HP ECO, and the original ContiEcoContact 3 tyres (still on the back, in good nick, after 40,000 miles!).
Had an issue with one tyre having a dodgy valve, so had to take it back to the garage to replace it. Won't be using the same garage again.
I always choose tyres that will perform in the wet, and so far these have done the job. Braking is good in wet or dry, and the car corners well. These clearly have stiffer sidewalls than the Dunlop blueresponse sport that they replace. The ride is firmer and noisier. I am hoping they last longer too. I think they represent good value.