- What tyres for 'part time' 4×4 car…
How often will you take the car offload ?
Do you want all season tyres with a bias for cold weather (ice and snow) ?
Have a look at this thread
I have found Conti’s on our Audi Quattro to be excellent, all on road but plenty of grip in snow and ice (we love on a steep hill which a private road so not swept)Posted 4 years agojp-t853Member
I have all season Hankook Optimo 4s on my car and we have winter tyres all year round on my wife’s car. I do 30k pa she does 6k pa.
When push comes to shove winters are a little better but any sensible person drives with a bit of care in wintry weather.
I would whole heartedly recommend four season tyres, the Hankooks are great in snow, brilliant in the wet and very comfy AND hardwearing in summer.Posted 4 years agovalleymanMember
Got MOT for the HOnda HRV coming up, it’s going to fail on tyres or may scrape a advisory, eitherway it will need new rubber.
As most of you car buffs will know HRV has part time hydraulic 4×4 that only kicks in when needed.
The tyre size is a bit weird apparenlty 205/60R16?
I dont want full blown mad monster truck tyres but I want to get a tidy brand, ive done th ebudget tyres on numeorus cars before and they dont last aslong as branded IMO.
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Vredestein Quatrac 3
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