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Viking ProTech NewGen tyre reviews


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ProTech NewGen tyre review

Grip in dry conditions

Braking in dry conditions

Grip in wet conditions

Braking in wet conditions

Grip in snow

Driving comfort

Internal noise level

Tyre wear

Fuel consumption

Average based on 2 test results
Ø 3,141,455 km driven


18.10.2019 from  W Edbury Note  5
(1,500 km driven)
  • Grip in dry conditions
  • Braking in dry conditions
  • Grip in wet conditions  N/A
  • Braking in wet conditions
  • Grip in snow
  • Driving comfort
  • Internal noise level
  • Tyre wear
  • Fuel consumption
Tyre size and vehicle make
195 / 55 15 V
FORD Focus 1.8
Result: Would you buy again? Possibly
Comment:
The car feels very safe cornering and braking is very good , it drives straight no wandering overall I’m very satisfied with the set of Tyres.

08.08.2020 from  Dean Note  4.65
(6,000 km driven)
  • Grip in dry conditions
  • Braking in dry conditions
  • Grip in wet conditions  N/A
  • Braking in wet conditions
  • Grip in snow
  • Driving comfort
  • Internal noise level
  • Tyre wear
  • Fuel consumption
Tyre size and vehicle make
255 / 35 20 Y
AUDI A6 2.0 TDI
Result: Would you buy again? Definitely
Comment:
Doing relatively high mileage of over 40k every year, I've been through various different premium tyres over the years. Let me tell you, in the 5k miles on these tyres so far I'd say they're pound for pound up there with premium tyres for everyday driving. I've found them to be really good in the wet, no major drama with aquaplaning and my heavy right foot has encountered no issues in cornering. Strangely, I've found that I'm more confident with these in the wet than dry- they tend to be slightly unpredictable when pushing on. Not a massive issue by any means and shouldn't put anybody off, it's just highlighted by my spirited driving style! Wear seems to be decent so far, but as I said I've only done 5k so far so too early to tell. All in all, great value for money and worth a try. On 20's, The Goodyear Eagle F1s that I had on previously were £160 each, whereas I got these for £115. 200 quid saved, and genuinely no worse performance. Well done Viking!