Continental AllSeasonContact 2

The Continental AllSeasonContact 2 is a Premium Touring All Season tire designed to be fitted to Passenger Cars.

This tire replaced the Continental AllSeasonContact.

Dry Grip 90%
Wet Grip 93%
Road Feedback 92%
Handling 76%
Wear 93%
Comfort 99%
Buy again 99%
Snow Grip 100%
Ice Grip 83%

Tire review data from 8 tire reviews averaging 91% over 33,650 miles driven.

The AllSeasonContact 2 is ranked 1st of 57 All Season Premium Touring tires.

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Latest Tire Test Results

The Best All Season Tires for 2024 - 1st of 7 tires

  • Positive - Very good in dry handling, best in wet handling with short wet braking, best snow traction, best in ice overall, lowest wear on test, best value tire on test, low rolling resistance.
  • Negative - Extended dry braking, low aquaplaning resistance.
  • Overall - The new Continental AllSeasonContact 2 was the tire that does everything well. The only negative point I can really mention is that it wasn't that great in curved aquaplaning, and ideally I'd like to see it better in dry braking, but in all the other tests it was just great. And it had the lowest wear which made it the cheapest tire per 1000km. And it had low rolling resistance. And excellent snow grip, and was the best in the wet. And the best overall on ice. You get the idea. Outstanding product from Continental.
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2023 Auto Bild All Season Tire Test - 2nd of 18 tires

  • Positive - All-rounder with convincing winter capabilities, dynamic handling, and short braking distances on wet tracks, low pass-by noise, high mileage.
  • Negative - Tendency to understeer.
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2023 All Season Tire 35 Set Shootout - 5th of 35 tires

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2024 Tire Tests

  • 1st: The Best All Season Tires for 2024 (205/55 R16)
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  • 2nd: 2023 Auto Bild All Season Tire Test (225/45 R17)
  • 5th: 2023 All Season Tire 35 Set Shootout (225/45 R17)
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    Questions and Answers for the Continental AllSeasonContact 2

    2023-11-29 - For the tire Continental AllSeasonContact you wrote that it is summer-bias all season tire and I wonder if the same can be said for Continental AllSeasonContact 2 or there is a difference? Which tire of the two can be said to be more summer-bias all season tire?

    The CrossClimate 1 was the original summar bias all season tire, the ASC and ASC2 are a little more winter bias, but looking at the market as a whole they sit somewhere in the middle. The ASC2 is an evolution of the ASC1 so I expect it to have a similar balance of performance, just more grip.

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    Top 3 Continental AllSeasonContact 2 Reviews

    Given 88% while driving a Audi A3 (225/40 R18) on a combination of roads for 50 spirited miles
    Compared to my previous premium summer tires, the Continental AllSeasonContact 2 is incredibly quiet and has fantastic grip. I am driving a plug-in hybrid Audi A3, and it became basically silent in fully electric mode. I always had wheelspin when I accelerated a little harder, because of the instant torque of the electric motor. What fascinates me is that this happened with both Bridgestone and Vredestein summer tires in warm, dry weather conditions. This is no longer the case with the ASC2. The rolling resistance also feels much better, the car coasts so effortlessly. Power consumption however is about the same as before. I didn’t get a chance to test the tires in winter conditions yet, however they seem to handle well in heavy rain. I would definitely recommend.
    Helpful 81 - tire reviewed on November 2, 2023
    Given 88% while driving a Hyundai Ioniq (205/60 R16) on mostly country roads for 1,500 average miles
    Just replaced the eco contact 6 tires on my Ioniq Electric with all season contact 2’s and have been really impressed so far. They seem slightly quieter than the summer tires (although still a bit on the noisy side). The biggest improvement is driving in wet conditions - these are far superior to the eco contacts and overall the car feels much more stable and planted than it did on the eco contacts. To date I’ve not noticed any significant change in range either.

    My Renault Scenic has the first generation all season contacts fitted and they perform brilliantly in snow, I’m expecting the second generation to do just as well (although I’ve not driven these on snow yet so too early to confirm).

    Overall an excellent tire which I’d definitely recommend and would purchase again.
    Helpful 59 - tire reviewed on October 26, 2023
    Given 94% while driving a SEAT Ateca Xcellence (225/55 R18) on a combination of roads for 2,000 spirited miles
    Great tire, low noise and great comfort vs the Turanza T005's it replaced. so far I have only done just over 2000 miles on them but really happy with the performance of them. its nice to have the confidence in cold weather and wet weather, they are a little worse in the dry but everything is a trade off.

    Even though I went up in size on the side wall, I have not seen an increase in fuel consumption, most likely due to the lighter weight of the tire itself
    Helpful 6 - tire reviewed on March 11, 2024
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    Latest Continental AllSeasonContact 2 Reviews

    Given 92% while driving a SEAT Leon (225/45 R17) on a combination of roads for 100 spirited miles
    Bought two of these to replace the (punctured) Chinese tires the previous owners had fitted. Previously I had severe traction issues. Pulling away as gently as possible would still cause the front wheels to spin, making me look incompetent and immature despite my best efforts - even before the tires developed a puncture.

    I am not a professional driver and I haven’t tested the tires on a track but I appreciate having some road feedback. Compared to what I had before the car feels safer and more predictable.

    Now I have better wet grip than I had before in the dry. I can floor the accelerator and the wheels will barely slip. I can’t comment on wear or snow/ice grip yet but I plan to buy more of these as soon as possible. The ride feels quiet and plush, all round a vastly better experience. If you live in a climate with mild temperatures and frequent rain or general dampness you will not be disappointed.
    Helpful 1 - tire reviewed on March 30, 2024
    Given 84% while driving a Volkswagen Passat B5.5 1.9 TDi 130bhp highline (205/55 R16) on a combination of roads for 0 average miles
    Today i replaced my Hankook ventus prime 4 with my first set of all season tires,the Conti ASC2,and i share my first impression.
    The hankook ones were 91v and the conti ones are 94v, but still the conti feels significantly softer even with 0.2 bar extra pressure, something that I like, it makes the car more comfortable. They are silent. The steering is not as sharp as with Hankook's and the braking has a different feeling, but being a compromise solution it seems ok to me. Clearly they are not very sporty, but they are very pleasant to drive. At 15 degrees, dry, the grip is surprisingly good
    Helpful 1 - tire reviewed on March 26, 2024
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