Toyota Isis Tyres
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Toyota Isis Tyre Review Highlights
Writing about the Falken FK452
Driving on a combination of roads
for 12000 spirited
I never like Falkens because of what some people have been saying. But one day as a passenger in a friend's Mercedes made me asked what tyres were this car on. I have been in this car for many times when my own car is in either in the workshop or unavailable. He told me he just fitted new Falkens. Falken 452! I could not resist asking him to let me drive it. Geez... it feels better than his old Michelin Pilot Preceda. Much sharper with more obvious grip. Taut is the word when his Mercedes took off. Cornering is much improved. Surprisingly the Falken 452 is not noisy at all!!! The price is very competitive and is probably the best buy this decade. Thumbs up for Falken.
I don't know if those so called magazine expert reviewers know what most home consumers are really looking for.
"DECENT GRIP WHEN IT RAINS"
"DECENT GRIP WHEN IT IS NOT RAINING"
"DECENT COMFORT NOT HARD BUMPY TIRES"
"DECENTLY QUIET TIRES NOT ANNOYING LOUD TIRES"
My dad bought the GD3 F1 Goodyear tires and I find them to be not comfortable for the long distances. Furthermore the F1 Goodyear are rather noisy buggers! Those fancy V-grooves attracts pebbles and can cause the tires to feel wobbly sometimes. Sure, my dad have been praising the F1's wet grip as stellar and have quite good mushy-like grip in the dry. He's comparing these to his old Pirelli 6000 which was actually rather noisy as well. But the Pirelli 6000 dry grip exceed the F1 any day.
What an annoying tire to put up with...if you happen to be just a passenger like I am! For the best grip, wet and dry with low road noise and comfy as well, I recommend the Pirelli PZero Nero or Falken 452 if you are on a budget. These 2 tires on my friend's car rocks!