|1st: Dunlop SP Winter Sport 3D|
Positive: Excellent winter tires with peak performance in any weather, short braking distances on dry track, good aquaplaning.
Negative: High rolling resistance.
|2nd: Continental WinterContact TS830|
Positive: Convincing all-round talent with dynamic driving characteristics on wet roads, exemplary safety reserves with aquaplaning.
Negative: Only moderate comfort.
|3rd: Goodyear UltraGrip 7+|
Positive: Winter sports specialist with the best traction and dynamic performance on snow, low pass-by noise and lowest rolling resistance in the test.
Negative: Slight understeer in dry conditions.
|4th: Vredestein Snowtrac 3|
Positive: Well-balanced winter tire with outstanding handling characteristics in all weather conditions, short braking distances on wet and dry road surface.
Negative: High road noise.
|5th: Pirelli SNOWCONTROL Serie II|
Positive: Top snow performance with short stopping distances and safer cornering, good ride comfort, low rolling resistance.
Negative: Extended dry braking distances, poor aquaplaning results.
|6th: Michelin Alpin A4|
Positive: Convincing winter tires with safe handling characteristics on snowy slopes, short wet braking distances, low rolling resistance.
Negative: Understeer handling on wet roads.
|7th: Sava Eskimo S3|
Positive: Snow specialist with harmonious safe handling and stable cornering in the snow, pleasant comfort, low rolling resistance.
Negative: Extended braking distances on dry roads.
|8th: Bridgestone Blizzak LM32|
Positive: Good traction on snowy slopes, large safety margins to hydroplaning, agile handling on dry roads.
Negative: Strong understeer in the wet, extended braking distances on dry roads.
|9th: Toyo SNOWPROX S 942|
Positive: Balanced and safe handling characteristics on wet and dry roads.
Negative: Moderate cornering in the snow, long dry braking distances, loud road noise.
|10th: Fulda Kristall Montero 3|
Positive: Safe handling qualities in the wet, low rolling resistance, good ride comfort.
Negative: Limited traction in the snow, extended wet and dry braking distances.
|11th: Kumho IZen KW23|
Positive: Good traction on snowy slopes, low rolling resistance.
Negative: Moderate cornering on snow, slow steering response and long braking distances on dry roads.
|12th: Firestone Winterhawk 2 EVO|
Positive: Good handling in wet conditions.
Negative: Weak cornering on snow-covered slope, low reserves to aquaplaning, long braking distances on dry roads.
Overall: Conditionally recommended.
The Duro DW9000 snow fox and Profil WinterMaxx placed 13th and 14th and were the only given the "not recommended" status thanks to dangerous wet weather performance.