Dunlop Signature HP

Dry Grip 40%
Wet Grip 30%
Road Feedback 60%
Handling 60%
Wear 60%
Comfort 90%
Buy again 10%

The Dunlop Signature HP is a Ultra High Performance All Season tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Car

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Top Dunlop Signature HP Review

Given 50% while driving a Jaguar 1973 XJ 12 with limited slip RWD (205/70 R15 S) on a combination of roads for 2,000 average miles
My experience with Dunlop Signature tyres was not good, so I'm posting this review to give more information. A pair of these (with a tread pattern different from that in the picture) was already installed on the rear (driving) wheels of an old Jaguar saloon when I bought it from the previous owner. The Dunlops rolled along the road quietly and showed little tread wear, however the rubber was cracking in the sidewalls (I don't know how old they were). The few times I drove the car before replacing them for safety revealed the Dunlops to have very hard, low-grip rubber, resulting in the back end of the car feeling like it was about to slide sideways while cornering. This was at the speed limit in the dry and slower in the wet. The front tyres (same size, different brand) always felt secure, with stronger grip than the Dunlops while cornering and braking. These Dunlops might be good on all four wheels for a few track days, but I would not recommend them for daily driving in modern traffic and changeable weather conditions.
7 - tyre reviewed on November 1, 2016   

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Given 50% while driving a Jaguar 1973 XJ 12 with limited slip RWD (205/70 R15 S) on a combination of roads for 2,000 average miles
My experience with Dunlop Signature tyres was not good, so I'm posting this review to give more information. A pair of these (with a tread pattern different from that in the picture) was already installed on the rear (driving) wheels of an old Jaguar saloon when I bought it from the previous owner. The Dunlops rolled along the road quietly and showed little tread wear, however the rubber was cracking in the sidewalls (I don't know how old they were). The few times I drove the car before replacing them for safety revealed the Dunlops to have very hard, low-grip rubber, resulting in the back end of the car feeling like it was about to slide sideways while cornering. This was at the speed limit in the dry and slower in the wet. The front tyres (same size, different brand) always felt secure, with stronger grip than the Dunlops while cornering and braking. These Dunlops might be good on all four wheels for a few track days, but I would not recommend them for daily driving in modern traffic and changeable weather conditions.
7 - tyre reviewed on November 1, 2016   

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