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Goodyear Vector 4seasons R19 experience?

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Old May 21st, 2019, 22:32   #1
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Default Goodyear Vector 4seasons R19 experience?

Sorry for another tyre thread but I haven’t seen much feedback on R19 size tyres.
Need to change the front tyres only (rears still going strong after 27000!) on my MY16 XC90 and wondered if anyone had any experience of these Goodyear’s please? The stock Pirelli Scorpion Verde have been excellent if a little noisy of late but Costco have an offer of Goodyear’s so would welcome anyone’s thoughts.
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Old May 21st, 2019, 23:01   #2

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I had them in a previous car several years ago. They were terrible in the wet (braking). I went right off Goodyear after that.

I am sure the newer versions might be better, but I am happy with my Michelins
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Old May 21st, 2019, 23:13   #3
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The Crossclimate are a much better tyre, if available in your size.
The goidyear are great, but are basically a winter tyre, with wintervtyre behaviour in the dry. Whilst they are brilliant in winter, the crossclimate are not far behind, yet are a priper summer tyre in the warmer months.
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I fitted Vector 4 seasons on the Range Rover (2nd generation,38A), I used before the XC60. I was very happy with their performance in all conditions, including the snow that came with the 'Beast from the East'. Nothing remarkable, just worked in all conditions, reasonably quiet with good steering feel.
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