The Falken AS210 has a new V-shaped pattern with deeper grooves for enhanced water distribution, thus optimising performance in both wet and dry conditions and maximising aquaplaning resistance. Compared to its predecessor, the new EUROALL SEASON AS210 has improved aquaplaning characteristics by 8% and wet braking by 6%. During travel, the sipes align themselves to the direction of traction to enhance force transmission and provide outstanding grip in all weathers including snow. Thanks to these multidirectional sipes, braking performance has been further improved, particularly on snowy roads. Using Advanced 4D-Nano Design technology to develop the compound, Falken succeeded in increasing the mileage of the EUROALL SEASON AS210 by 10% compared to its predecessor.

This tire replaced the Falken EUROALL SEASON AS200.

Dry Grip 86%
Wet Grip 86%
Road Feedback 80%
Handling 80%
Wear 88%
Comfort 82%
Buy again 84%
Snow Grip 82%
Ice Grip 75%

Tire review data from 24 tire reviews averaging 83% over 98,601 miles driven.

The EUROALL SEASON AS210 is ranked 9th of 57 All Season Premium Touring tires.

Latest Tire Test Results

2023 Tire Reviews All Season Tire Test - 7th of 12 tires

  • Positive - Good handling in the dry, short wet braking distances, good around the wet handling lap.
  • Negative - Extended dry braking, poor aquaplaning resistance, weaker in the snow, highest rolling resistance on test.
  • Overall - The Falken Euroall Season AS210 finished in 7th place. I liked this tire in the dry, even if it didn't give the most feedback, and it's wet performance was good, however it couldn't keep up in the snow and had the highest rolling resistance on test. Not a bad tire, but perhaps a tire more suited to a milder winter climate.
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2022/23 Tire Reviews All Season Tire Test - 6th of 10 tires

  • Positive - Lowest internal noise on test, good snow traction and wet handling.
  • Negative - Average grip in the snow and the dry, low aquaplaning resistance, very high rolling resistance.
  • Overall - The Falken Euroall Season AS210 finishes in sixth with a very similar overall performance and score to the Vredestein - in fact the Vredestein and Falken were so close their places swap in each score weighting. Like the Vredestein it was most at home in the wet, and like the Vredestein its snow performance couldn't match the best, or even the average of the group. It also had a high rolling resistance but it did however have the lowest internal noise.
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2022 All Season Tire Market Overview - 11th of 37 tires

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Questions and Answers for the Falken EUROALL SEASON AS210

2020-12-05 - What's the rating of Wear regarding? 94% wear and tear? 94% say there's less wear and tear? Or have I misunderstood this completely?

You are correct, higher percentage means lower wear.

2022-08-01 - Hi, could you tell me if these tires are classed as legal winter tires for driving in the French alps please?

Yes, the AS210 is 3 peak mountain snowflake marked which makes it a legal winter tire.

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Top 3 Falken EUROALL SEASON AS210 Reviews

Given 87% while driving a Skoda (185/55 R15) on a combination of roads for 250 average miles
These tires do give a very comfortable ride, amazing grip in both the wet and dry, but they really are very noisy and have a very high rolling resistance, I would not recommend them for a low powered small car, and I would not buy them again.
Helpful 49 - tire reviewed on August 13, 2023
Given 88% while driving a Skoda fabia 3 hatchback (215/45 R16 V) on a combination of roads for 1 easy going miles
I bought these Falken AS210 tires in November 2018 but have not yet had an opportunity to use them on ice or snow. What I have noticed is that the grip appears far better than the Bridgestone Turanza ER300 summer tires that originally came on the car (a Skoda Fabia). I have a long steep driveway (90'; 1 in 6) and reversing up it in my Skoda Fabia on the Bridgestone tires was not the smoothest as the car shuddered on the way up (in reverse). I thought this was because the car had a small engine but with the Falken AS210 tires reversing up the drive is no problem and far smoother.
In terms of mileage, to date I seem to be averaging about 2 miles per gallon less on the Falkens than on the Bridgestones but as I have only driven circa 1,500 miles so far on the Falkens I would treat this comparison only as 'indicative' at this time. The ride strikes me as being a little firmer on the Falken tires while the noise levels appear similar to those I experienced with the Bridgestone tires..
Helpful 219 - tire reviewed on January 22, 2019
Given 78% while driving a Daihatsu coure (165/70 R13) on mostly town for 5,000 average miles
Compared to Nokian Weatherproof tires it replaced it was a huge improvement in dry grip. The tires actually have more grip, than the construction can handle and the tires roll onto the sidewall under hard cornering, this is only an issue in the dry, but it is also the caused by 165/70 size, with extreme tall sidewall. But the breaking is super impressive, I drove it back to back in the wet with Michelin pilot Sport 2 tires on a Mercedes CLS 350 CDI and the little Daihatsu had a far superior braking performance, which surprised me. It is quiet until you start to push it, and is super comfortable.
Helpful 55 - tire reviewed on October 9, 2022
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Given 23% while driving a Honda Civic 1.8 VTEC Sport (225/40 R18) on mostly country roads for 2,000 average miles
Extremely disappointed by these tires considering it was a cheap budget Tire these are replacing. Worst road noise of any Tire I’ve ever owned! But the worst of it is the mpg, I lost a staggering 6mpg after fitting these tires! Taking straight off & buying something better
Helpful 30 - tire reviewed on September 5, 2023
Given 45% while driving a Ford Kuga (235/55 R17) on mostly town for 500 average miles
Worst tire for noise on my Mk2 Kuga, Repetitive vibration from front, tires checked no bulges/damage etc. Noise started immediately after fitting. Never again...
Helpful 36 - tire reviewed on March 23, 2023
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Given 79% while driving a Saab Automobile 9 3 1.8t SportCombi (215/55 R16) on mostly town for 650 easy going miles
This is an initial review after 1000km / 650 miles. As my old Nokian Hakkapeliitta R2 winter tires are past their life and my Michelin Primacy 4 summer tires have only one summer left in them, I have decided to take a chance with All-Season tires and these Falkens were my final selection after watching several Tire Reviews videos on Youtube.

+ I live in Lithuania where some winters get LOTS of snow, ice, and -20C temperatures and some winters are nothing more than a slightly colder Fall with minimal amounts of snow. This year (2022/2023 Winter), December was pretty brutal with heavy amounts of snow and ice, some of the worst conditions in the past 5 years. Fortunately, Falkens beat whatever nature threw at them. No problems driving through thick snow or pure ice, the car does not slide around and whenever I tried having some fun at the parking lots (purely for testing) the tires didn't let me do that, because whenever I tried to drift, at the very minimal sliding Falkens automatically "corrected" the car so I could describe this experience as driving on train tracks, safe and stable. In my 10 years of driving I have never had a better grip nor never did I feel as safe as I feel right now during winter.

+ In dry or wet conditions (October/November) tires feel as good, and they are very comfortable to drive (I do feel like they are better in comfort than Primacy 4, though are louder). The car drives smoothly like a cruise ship and remains super nimble when turning up the aggression.

- The weak point of these tires is fuel economy. If fuel economy is something you prioritize, I would recommend looking at other options. These tires have high rolling resistance so fuel consumption jumps quite a bit. In my experience, it jumped by 2-3 liters per 100km which is quite noticeable especially when you look at the dashboard. Worse than Hakkapeliitta R2 winters, and much worse than Primacy 4 summers.

In Lithuania, All-Season tires are still not recommended by the mass and are considered unsafe, especially in the brutal winter conditions we do get now and then, but these Falkens have their arguments as to why they are good. I've seen so many people driving with WINTER tires and struggling on pure ice or snow while my driving experience felt like driving an amphibious car.
Helpful 47 - tire reviewed on January 1, 2023
Given 90% while driving a Mercedes Benz C180K Avantgarde (225/45 R17) on a combination of roads for 1,000 easy going miles
After installing falken on my second car (the first review was about a clio tourer), i state that these are the perfect tires for worn tarmac (you know, the one found in city centres). Dry grip is perfect from the first kilometre, so as wet grip. Nothing to complain about. Maybe the steering response is a bit vag, in contrast with the pilot sport 4. Tires performe great and do not need to be warmed up. The easily interventing and annoying ABS (and skidding) when braking with the pilots, is totally disapeard, and i finally enjoy my car, and feel safe again. Next time i will buy them again,(if they are still in production), but definitely i will not buy an ultra high performance tire again, as they never warm up in my routine trips (even though my car has the original sport pack with 4-cylinder callipers).
Helpful 47 - tire reviewed on June 30, 2022
Renault Clio IV Sport Tourer 1.5 DCI (195/55 R16) on a combination of roads for 200 easy going miles
Although i have run only 300km on these tires, first impressions are excellent. Breaking response on dry but slippery- worn greek roads is impressive, so as steering response. On wet roads, they behave equally good. The tire is really quite, but so all new tires are. I will install them also at my second car (mercedes with a larger profile).
Helpful 53 - tire reviewed on April 4, 2022
Given 91% while driving a Citroën C5 Aircross 1.5 BlueHDI 130 (225/55 R18) on a combination of roads for 2,000 easy going miles
I bought Falken EuroAll Season AS210 tires in November 2021 to use them as winter tires. The first impresion was that the tires was noisy compare to michelin primacy 4. In addition I noticed about +1 litre / 100km in fuel consumpion. But I think tsose facts are absolutly normal. Dry grip and handling is fine, haven’t noticed any negatives. The biggest advantage of that tires is that you will have not any problem on snow or ice. I drove them on 1inch of fresh snow, no problem. I drove them on 3 inches of icy snow, no problem. I drove them on icy road, no problem. I am impressed. I'm very happy with them, and would definitely buy them again (as winter tires).
Helpful 49 - tire reviewed on January 21, 2022
Given 85% while driving a Ford Kuga (235/50 R18) on a combination of roads for 500 average miles
These tires replaced the Continental ContiSport 5 which were fitted as new on the car. So far all good, they offer good comfort and I have noticed a difference in road noise this far. I have mainly driven on Motorways in dry and wet conditions, no real noticeable extra or lower grip this far but the temperatures have been circa 19c. Interested to see how they perform as we go into Autumn and Winter here in the North West of England. Will add another review during November after the weather changes and the Winter element of the tire should start to out perform that of a Summer tire in lower temperature ranges.
Helpful 69 - tire reviewed on September 4, 2021
Given 82% while driving a Hyundai ix35 (225/65 R17) on mostly country roads for 25,000 average miles
Follow up to review of first set of Falken 210 AS 103v after 24k have found them to be very safe and made my ix35 very nice to drive all year round just replaced two rear wheels to day as down to 2mm and 3mm across tire with the same Falken 210AS 103v , Front have a good 4mm right across , so i will replace with Falken 210AS103 v after estimate 5k .more or sooner the tire are still a good price if you look around the tire shops . The wear is on low side on back wheels but we do tow caravan when we can . I have been very happy as the car just feels SO MUCH BETTER ALL YEAR.
Helpful 57 - tire reviewed on April 7, 2021
Given 88% while driving a Hyundai Santa Fe (235/55 R19) on a combination of roads for 3,000 average miles
Had these for a couple of months now. They replaced Vredestein Quatrac 5s (terrific tire). These were cheaper and readily available and I thought they would be a compromise compared to the Vredestein but I was desperate for new tires for the MOT test. However I’ve been impressed. They seem a little quieter. Dry grip and handling is fine, haven’t noticed any negatives. In the wet they are very reassuring, plenty of grip. Confident they’ll be fine in winter snow. Really pleased with my choice,
Helpful 57 - tire reviewed on January 20, 2021
Given 84% while driving a Mercedes Benz 190 2.3 16 (225/45 R17) on mostly town for 3,000 easy going miles
A good tire on dry roads, but on wet and icy roads they behave wonderfully on my car. The AS210 is a more winter oriented tire, handling is a bit vague when it's very hot outside, but braking is strong in all circumstances. I bought them for an 190E I mostly drive around town and on short roadtrips, so I could not justify having two sets of tires. That being said, they didn't let me down even when I tried a bit of spirited driving.
Helpful 51 - tire reviewed on November 3, 2020
Given 93% while driving a BMW 530dA M sport Touring (225/45 R17 V) on a combination of roads for 1,000 average miles
So these replaced the truly horrendous FullRun P2000 run flats that the previous owner put on the car (probably to sell it to me). They had a few miles left and the chap who changed them asked if I wanted to keep them. I said they were the invention of Satan, he said, 'Yep - that's why we don't sell them'. Suffice to say the car is transformed, I suspect now drives more like how the original designer had in mind. It no longer wants to go sideways with a gentle accelerate off a roundabout, and the silence - wow its definitely golden. I can still quite easily make the back drift out, but its now much much much more controlled and catchable as a result. Dry and wet grip are fantastic - not tried out in Snow/Ice yet. My previous experience of Falkens on a Volvo 850 T5 is a good one, and these look like they will be the same in terms of grip, wear and progressiveness. They aren't runflats - these are also the work of the devil - and as a result the ride is far less crashy. Its good to feel confident in a car again - thank you Falken.
Helpful 36 - tire reviewed on October 14, 2020
Given 96% while driving a Mazda RX8 (225/45 R18) on a combination of roads for 8,000 spirited miles
I have run these for several seasons now on my RX-8 (they make perfect "UK Winter" tires!), a car rather sensitive to tire choice if you want to maintain the excellent handling. I think they're fantastic - grip in cold wet/damp conditions feels almost as good as UHP tires do in the summer - which is phenomenal for a tire that can also actually deal with snow & ice! Wear seems excellent - I haven't even noticed any thus far, though I do only run them during the winter months. The price/performance ratio is insane - normally tires in my size/fitment are rather expensive, but these were a good chunk cheaper than any other decent all-season/winter tire I could find - a bargain really. I'm very happy with them, and would definitely buy them again, if I ever need to (going to be a while at this rate!). I'm a fairly spirited driver, and these inspire so much confidence in cold/damp conditions, that I find myself chucking the car about and having almost as much fun as I do in the dry with summer tires, except in conditions that would otherwise make summer tires squirm. Very impressive! Wet grip is amazing - I just push on as if it was dry and barely notice any difference. I can just drive, whatever the conditions, and not worry about losing grip unexpectedly if I decide to have a bit of fun. Exactly what you want for most of the year in the UK climate. They also perform very well in warm wet conditions - I've used them a few times as "get me home" wheels from track days in the summer in torrential rain with no problems. In the cold dry, there is still plenty of grip too, but obviously not as much as a good summer tire at that point, but still very impressive for an all-season tire, and more than adequate for some spirited dry winter driving. Obviously the warmer it gets, the more apparent the difference to a proper summer tire gets, but they are still perfectly usable all year round if necessary. The sidewalls are a little bit squidgier, as expected, but the handling is still pretty good for this type of tire, all things considered. I have the "XL" variants, which I think helps - a nice compromise between still maintaining some stiffness for handling, but also significantly more comfortable and forgiving than my usual UHP summers, nice for more relaxed winter driving. This is exactly what I wanted - something a little more comfortable for winter but still reasonably sporty feeling when you want it. Of course, sods law - as soon as I bought these I haven't experienced any snow whatsoever (even had a few long trips up to Scotland, but not even a flurry!). Like buying a sledge. So unfortunately, I haven't been able to put them to the test in that regard. However, given how well they perform in all other conditions, I have full confidence that they will handle snow no problem. The closest I've gotten is some very cold frosty mornings, which these tires deal so well with, that it almost makes you forget you're even driving in adverse conditions. Bravo. P.S. Tire reviews really need to separate out the dry and wet grip ratings into cold and warm for winter/all-season tires!
Helpful 49 - tire reviewed on August 4, 2020