|Best tire for dry roads||Michelin CrossClimate Plus|
|Best tire for wet roads||Hankook Kinergy 4S2|
|Best tire for snow||Continental AllSeasonContact|
|The best tire overall||Continental AllSeasonContact|
|The lowest fuel use||Continental AllSeasonContact|
|The quietest tire||Cooper Discoverer All Season|
Unfortunately due to travel restrictions Auto Express couldn't complete the dry handling test, however the rest of the test is as thorough as usual, covering dry, wet and snow braking, wet circle and wet handling, and snow traction and snow handling.
As usual we'll keep our coverage to a minimum, instead encouraging you to head over to the Auto Express website to check out the full test, also be sure to check out the Tire Reviews All Season Tire Test, which covers these tires and more, and a reference summer and winter tire in the same size.
A well balanced all season tire, good grip in the wet and snow.
Significantly behind the Michelin in the dry.
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Good snow performance, high levels of grip in the wet, low rolling resistance,
Average dry performance.
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3rd: Hankook Kinergy 4S2
Highest aquaplaning resistance on test, shortest wet braking, good in the dry.
Average snow performance, higher rolling resistance.
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Significant advantage during dry braking, good snow performance.
Average wet performance.
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High levels of comfort, low noise levels, good dry braking, good aquaplaning resistance.
Couldn't match the best in the wet or snow.
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Good lateral grip in the wet.
Poor snow performance, longer braking in he dry and wet, high rolling resistance.
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