Bridgestone Potenza RE070
The Bridgestone Potenza RE070 is a Extreme Performance Summer tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Car
Tyre review data from 16 tyre reviews averaging 83% over 144,200 miles driven.
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|225/45 R17 90W
|305/30 R20 99Y
|265/35 R20 95Y
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Top Bridgestone Potenza RE070 Review
Good tire for summer action
Latest Bridgestone Potenza RE070 Reviews
while driving a
MINI Cooper S
(225/45 R17 W) on
mostly country roads
Great tyre used for the every day commute, weekend B-road thrash and even on the track. I fitted a full set back in July 2018 and have only changed due to going for Cup 2’s. These tyres have proved to be very capable on track with astonishing good grip levels at the price point (well under other sport tyres). 100% will buy these again!
while driving a
Honda Civic Type R
(225/45 R17) on
a combination of roads
Now running my second set on an '07 Civic Type R. IMO the perfect combination for fast road/light track use. Once warmed up, they offer excellent grip and feedback, while still being better in the wet than 'proper' track day tires, and even better in the wet than a lot of road tyres. Still quiet enough for a daily driver, however they do tend to tramline a little on uneven surfaces (although a lot of this is due to suspension geo) . 9/10
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Very, very good dry weather tire, if I only used the car in the summer then I would purchase again. Lethal in the wet, no grip in standing water and have little confidence in the cornering ability. Would not consider purchasing again.
Potenza re070 . IMO these tyres are brilliant for the money supplied and fitted was 175 for 2 from black circles . recently went to wales with a few of the lads an really tested them . I think although there a quality tyre I don't think they are the best for any roads with layers of dust dirt or gravel but on clean roads there one of the best . wet weather is where the tyre falls a little short . tends to slide at 65 to 70% of the limit so you may want to drive more leisurely if its teaming . I drive a 2006 sti so constant 4 WD helps . everyone always comments on the look of the tyre which doesn't help with grip but nice to know I spose lol