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Falken AZENIS FK510 tyre reviews


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Falken AZENIS FK510 tyre review

Grip in dry conditions

Braking in dry conditions

Grip in wet conditions

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Grip in snow
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Internal noise level

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10.10.2018 from  Terry C. Note  4.9
(6,000 km driven)
  • Grip in dry conditions
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  • Grip in wet conditions  N/A
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Tyre size and vehicle make
245 / 40 17
Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class
Result: Would you buy again? Definitely

01.02.2019 from  steve Note  4.6
(5,000 km driven)
  • Grip in dry conditions
  • Braking in dry conditions
  • Grip in wet conditions  N/A
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Tyre size and vehicle make
235 / 40 ZR19
CHRYSLER Crossfire 3.2 V6
Result: Would you buy again? Definitely
Comment:
I live on the Isle of Wight, with roughish country roads and no motorways. Crossfire always feels planted , stable with plenty of grip, wet or dry, stops and steers 100%. The FK510 set replace four FK453, which were good. The FK510 is better and suit the Crossfire well. I also have a Volvo XC90 fitted with SUV Falken FK510`s. These FALKEN`s are good tyres and well priced and are wearing at less than half a mm/1000mls . When we use the cars on the mainland A roads and motorways, the FK510`s high speed performance is excellent, wet or dry, hot or cold. I shall be buying FK510 again !!

06.02.2019 from  tommy Note  3.85
(16,000 km driven)
  • Grip in dry conditions
  • Braking in dry conditions
  • Grip in wet conditions  N/A
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Tyre size and vehicle make
225 / 45 ZR15
HONDA 2.2 iCTDI
Result: Would you buy again? Probably not

05.03.2019 from  Jonsey Note  4.53
(15,000 km driven)
  • Grip in dry conditions  N/A
  • Braking in dry conditions
  • Grip in wet conditions  N/A
  • Braking in wet conditions
  • Grip in snow
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Tyre size and vehicle make
225 / 50 17 Y
FORD Galaxy 2.2 TDCi
Result: Would you buy again? Probably
Comment:
These tyres are good for about 12000 miles on a heavy vehicle being driven progressively on a mixture of motorway, town and mainly A and B roads, with a variety of loads and the odd caravan trip. They outlast the Hankooks, Khumo, Dunlops and Goodyears, with almost as much grip as the best of the aforementioned. I would recommend these, and note that quite a few other people with people carriers use them. Might try some Uniroyal transport 3s next, as I've had success with them on a Mondeo Estate. If not, Im i'll stick with these. Buy with confidence.

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