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Which tyres can I use for my Audi A4?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by rezulteo, May 12, 2014.

  1. rezulteo

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    205 55R16 91W is the most frequent size fitted on the Audi A4. We have therefore chosen a range of tyres which we feel will suit this vehicle. This selection is neither exhaustive nor frozen in time.

    For sporty driving:

    - Michelin Pilot Sport 3 (See prices)
    - Dunlop Sport Maxx TT (See prices) -Bridgestone Potenza RE050A (See prices)

    For more versatile driving:

    - Dunlop Sport BluResponse (See prices)
    - Goodyear EfficientGrip Performance (See prices)
    - Michelin Primacy 3 (See prices)
    - Pirelli Cinturato P7 (See prices)
    - Continental ContiPremiumContact 5 (See prices)
    - Hankook Ventus Prime 2 K115 (See prices)


    Which tyres do you have on your Audi A4? Would you recommend them?
     
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  3. mdm83

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    I have been using falkens for the past 4 years- started when I had a bmw 530i, they were awesome on my s3
     
  4. rezulteo

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    Cool. Which ones?
     
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    The most recent I put on (last year ) were the ze914 , they are more all round tyre than the sporty 452 - think that's what it's called- but to be honest they grip very well, the lad who put them on says they are better in his opinion than the 452's. I have had Pirelli, Michelin sports, continental, toyo, Goodyear f1's etc and I think these are just as good but don't wear out at a stupid rate! I've heard good things about Vredestein but never tried them.
    The falkens cost me £400 for a set of 4 which I thought was good. Ironically I've just sold my s3 and bought a a3 sportback which has the cheapest tyres you can buy on - typical haha
     
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    I have been using Maxxis MA-Z1 tyres for the past two years on my A4 - cannot fault them.
    Used to run Toyo T1R before the Maxxis - dry grip was a little better than the Maxxis but they didn't last as long.

    The car had Fullrun HP199 tyres on when I bought it (they guy had fitted 4 new ones for its MOT and to aid selling) - was going to run them till they were worn but replaced them all when I took one in for a puncture repair to later find the inner sidewall had split all the way around and was letting air out!
     
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    Anyone else? What tyres do you have? There are so many brands and models out there, not easy to choose... Recommendations and opinions are always interesting, no matter if you liked the tyre or not!
     

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