Vredestein Quatrac

The Vredestein Quatrac has improved handling across dry, wet and snow covered surfaces, 20% improvement in tread life and 10% improvement in aquaplaning resistance when compared to the predecessor Quatrac 5.

Tire review data from 19 tire reviews averaging 85% over 85,577 miles driven, and 11 tests with an average result of 3rd.

Dry Grip 86%
Wet Grip 91%
Road Feedback 78%
Handling 86%
Wear 91%
Comfort 81%
Buy again 91%
Snow Grip 86%
Ice Grip 78%

First On MarketJune 2020
Wheel Size15 - 17"
Width165 - 235mm
Profile45 - 70
Rolling ResistanceA - D
Wet GripB - B
Noise (dB)70 - 71
Winter Rating3PMSF Rated

The Quatrac is ranked 6th of 58 All Season Premium Touring tires.

This tire replaced the Vredestein Quatrac 5.

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Latest Tire Test Results

2024 ADAC All Season Tire Test
6th of 16 tires
  • The Vredestein Quatrac tire achieves only a satisfactory rating for safety on dry, wet, and winter roads. On dry surfaces, it shows its weakest performance, offering average steering feedback and lacking precision. The driver needs to make occasional corrections, and the tire could be more stable during dynamic evasive maneuvers. However, its braking distance is slightly above average, earning a good rating.

    On wet roads, the Quatrac narrowly misses a good overall rating. It scores well in braking and aquaplaning tests but receives only a satisfactory rating in wet handling due to excessive under- and oversteer, affecting precise control on the handling course.

    In winter conditions, the Vredestein also achieves only a satisfactory result. While it secures a good rating in traction tests, it falls short in braking and handling. The test vehicle lacks precision in steering, with grip limits at a satisfactory level. Ice braking performance is slightly below average.

    Environmentally, the Hungarian-made Vredestein Quatrac achieves a good result. It scores well in projected mileage and wear. In efficiency, the Quatrac excels with very low fuel consumption and comparatively low weight.

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2023 Tire Reviews All Season Tire Test
5th of 12 tires
  • Good dry braking and dry handling, very good around the wet handling lap, good performance in the snow.
  • Average wet and snow braking, higher than average rolling resistance.
  • The Vredestein Quatrac finished in 5th place overall, and was back flying round dry and wet handling laps. It was also good in the snow, with its real only weakness being wet braking, this is a good product and one I'm glad to recommend at it's price point.

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2023 Auto Bild All Season Tire Test
4th of 18 tires
  • Wet-weather specialist with dynamic driving behavior in all conditions, good winter capabilities, very good aquaplaning resistance, pleasantly quiet rolling comfort.
  • Average mileage.
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15 inch
195/65 R 15 91 HCB70
195/65 R 15 91 VCB70
195/65 R 15 91 TCB70
195/65 R 15 95 T XLCB70
185/65 R 15 88 TCB70
185/65 R 15 88 HCB70
185/65 R 15 92 H XLCB70
195/55 R 15 85 HDB70
195/65 R 15 91 HCB70
195/65 R 15 91 TCB70
195/65 R 15 95 T XLCB70
195/65 R 15 91 VCB70
185/65 R 15 88 TCB70
185/65 R 15 88 HCB70
185/65 R 15 92 H XLCB70
195/55 R 15 89 V XLCB70
195/55 R 15 85 HDB70
16 inch
215/60 R 16 99 V XLCB71
205/60 R 16 96 V XLCB70
215/70 R 16 100 HCB71
205/55 R 16 91 HCB70
205/60 R 16 96 H XLCB70
205/55 R 16 94 V XLCB70
205/60 R 16 96 H XLCB70
205/60 R 16 96 V XLCB70
215/60 R 16 99 V XLCB71
215/70 R 16 100 HCB71
205/55 R 16 91 HCB70
205/55 R 16 91 VCB70
205/55 R 16 94 V XLCB70
205/55 R 16 91 VCB70
17 inch
225/45 R 17 94 V XLCB71
225/50 R 17 98 V XLCB71
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Questions and Answers for the Vredestein Quatrac

2020-11-26 - Hi, I'm interested the vredestein quatrac tire but when I'm searching for these tires to buy I can only find either 'pro' or '5' written at the end. This review doesn't state which these are? Also I'm after 225/45r18 and 245/40 r18 size, does this tire exist in these sizes?

The 'Quatrac' is a new tire which replaces the Quatrac 5. Vredestein will be releasing new sizes of the Quatrac all the time so hopefully they'll release a tire in your size soon.

2021-11-29 - Hi, looking at the Vredestein Quatrac in 195/65 R15, would these be suitable for a classic car with tubes? I have spoked wire wheels, so need to use tubes, but do less than 2k miles/yr but in all conditions. Also, what speed rating would you recommend? i assume it effects side wall stiffness, my car only weighs 1043kg Kind regards, Mr Collins

Officially, I'd say no as tubeless tires are not meant for tubes due to friction. However, I have heard of people running similar tires with tubes on rally events etc.

2023-10-26 - What is the initial tread depth of the Vredestein Quatrac tires?

Tread depth can vary by size, but for our test of the Quatrac this year, we measured at 7.6mm.

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Size Price Range  
215/60 R16 $209.99 - $209.99 (1 Prices) Compare Prices >>
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Top 3 Vredestein Quatrac Reviews

Given 91% while driving a Mazda CX 3 (215/60 R16) on a combination of roads for 21,000 average miles
I have driven 35 000 km, the front tires have 4,5 mm remaining, the rear tires have 5,5 mm remaining. I've driven in all types of surfaces (even a proper muddy offroad) and I've driven for 2 years during 4 seasons in Slovakia. The performance they can perform on snow mud is amazing. I don't have a single complaint about the tires. They grip fantastically on water, they only skid in really extreme manoeuvres, that's way beyond my driving ability. They are comfortable, they filter out bumps very well. I would buy again, the manufacturer has created the perfect product.
Helpful 56 - tire reviewed on November 1, 2023
Given 85% while driving a Alfa Romeo 147 (205/55 R16) on a combination of roads for 4,000 average miles
I am pleasently surprised by these tires. Untill now I drove the tires only during autumn, winter and spring time. I haven't experienced the tires on any hot summer days, so maybe in the future I will give an update. I live in the Netherlands where it rains a lot. The tires behave really good in the wet. Especially in the cold wet days. I love to drive them. In the dry the tires are really good but they excell more in the wet.

A week ago I drove in the snow and cold conditions in Germany. In the hills in Sauerland I was astonished by the tires. While the snow slowy but steadily started to form a blanket on the road, the tires kept there grip and the safe and secure feeling. They brought my wife and me safe to the hotel while there was probably already 10 cm snow. The following days it was still freezing but the tires did a great job. No unpleasant surprises or anything else. I am really glad I bought these tires.

Honestly I haven't kept an eye on the fuel usage. But I didn't notice any big differences between the Quatracs and the summer tires. I guess it's okay.
There doesn't seem to be any wear. The profile still looks like new.

Conclusion: I highly recommend the Quatracs. They are great in the wet. Steady performance in the dry and safe and secure in the snow. Big shoutout to Tirereviews because the reason I bought them was due to their All season tire test.
Helpful 50 - tire reviewed on December 2, 2023
Given 97% while driving a Dacia Logan (225/45 R17) on a combination of roads for 300 spirited miles
It's the best. Handling is better than Continental Eco 5.(rain and dry)
Helpful 155 - tire reviewed on October 14, 2020
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Given 77% while driving a Honda Civic 1.8 (205/55 R16) on a combination of roads for 7 spirited miles
They grip surprisingly well for an all season tire in the dry and snow. I have these mounted on a 8th generation Honda civic sedan with the r18 engine and these tires have me absolutely glued to the ground. I replaced my old Goodyear eagle "all season" tire which had the snow performance of a summer tire in the snow and didn't even preform well in wet or dry. But back to the vredestein, I once was screwing around (dry, 65°f) taking a highway exchang ramp a bit too fast, I hit one rather sharp bend at probably 55+mph and didn't break traction for a second, no tire squeal or anything. Another time (30°f, snow) I had to go to work before the roads were plowed (about 4" of snow on the ground). I got geared up and headed out. The tires gripped very well. I would hit understeer going up steep hills that had thick slush underneath but I was able to pass an SUV barely going 8mph and once I got close to my work I was having an easier time than some 4wd trucks. And for the wet, what used to happen to me in my Goodyear's was that I would be at a stop and have a narrow opportunity to go so I would gun it, but my tires would peel out and I'd be stuck in the middle of the damn intersection going maybe 10mph. I almost got T boned from that once lol. Once I got the vredestein I tried to replicate this. For the first few weeks everytime it rained I would gun it from stops trying to break traction with no luck. Eventually I got frustrated and lined my front tires up on a freshly painted soaking wet stop line and slammed the gas pedal. I was able to get a "squeak" on the paint but once I was on pavement I launched right off. Overall, for me these tires are perfect, everything I want without being too expensive. I paid about $750 USD for these to be mounted and balanced which is about what I expected.
Helpful 8 - tire reviewed on May 4, 2024
Given 84% while driving a Mercedes Benz GLE 350de (235/45 R20) on a combination of roads for 3,000 average miles
So, i have those tires installed on my GLC350. The rims came with 2 new all season tires and i have purchased additional 2. When i saw the texture of the rubber i thought that those tires will not be good for snow especially that the rims are big and car is very heavy,.over 2tones. My experience so far, tested on dry, wet and snow. On dry and wet the car handles wery well even at high speeds and surprisingly tires are silent. Tested them on the snow recently Poland and Slowakia. No issue to navigate trough snow 5-10 cm on road not a single time anti slippery system came on. One minus ive noticed, turning may be a little bit more tricky but holds well if you turn at low speed. Exiting from a parking lot full of snow without an issue ( 4x4 helps also) I do recommend those tires i believe they are a very good compromise. Are dedicated winter tires better, from top companies( Continental Pirelli Good Year) absolutely, are dedicated medium class winter tires better ( Fulda, Hankok) is questionable. When both me and my mechanik saw the steucture of tire we were sure it will not perform well in winter but it seems our impression was wrong.
Helpful 42 - tire reviewed on December 13, 2023
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Given 98% while driving a Nissan Pathfinder (255/55 R18) on mostly town for 370 miles
I bought the tires for my 2016 Nissan Pathfinder. This past winter was mild(Chicago)in snow totals but rainy and cold. The tires performed spectacularly and looked great after tire dressing applied (Guigiaro design on sidewall)!
Helpful 55 - tire reviewed on March 20, 2023
Given 64% while driving a Hyundai Accent (195/65 R15) on a combination of roads for 8,000 average miles
These tires are my third brand of all season tires, previously using two sets of Michelin Crossclimates and Continental All Season Contact. They served me quite well, while also giving very good longevity (Continentals especially) and reasonable performance. Inspired by vastly positive reviews of Vredesteins I decided to give them a go as my next tire set. After a break in period of 500 km I started noticing mostly disappointing performance of the tires compared even to my old summer sets that I used during the whole year (my area of the country rarely gets snow even in winter, but on a few occasions I ended up having to drive in snow with a summer set). Compared to Continentals dry grip and handling are noticeably worse and road noise is more pronounced (this doesn't really bother me). Lateral wet grip is so bad to the point that my hand is always ready to pull the handbrake while turning, even in the mildest corners in city driving well within urban speeds (read as low as 20km/h). Only area that seems on par with the Continentals is longitudinal wet grip (as in straight line braking and aquaplaning). Moving from stop in city traffic is comically bad even on small slopes and travelling using highway speeds is uninspiring to say the least (and borderline scary in wet conditions). Road feedback is about average. On the positive side, during the 12 000 km I've been using these tires, thread doesn't seem to be wearing fast, so longevity could be good. As I said before, my area doesn't get snow or ice in the winter so I can't speak in terms of handling and performance in those conditions. Truth be told, after performance shown in regular conditions I wouldn't dare to use the car even for the shortest of drives in snow. I tried varying the pressure to try and remedy some of the problems, but to no avail as the tire performance gets even worse. To conclude, this review is based entirely on MY experience with MY car, so take it with a grain of salt. I suspect the main problem with these tires is that they are probably made market specific and in this case, to a lower quality standard (these are made in Hungary, but I believe that sets for, let's say "more western" parts of Europe, are made in Netherlands - I live in Croatia for what it's worth). I had similar experience using identical models of Michelin Energysavers, one set made in France and the other in Romania. You can hazard a guess which set caused a slowmotion crash turning into a wet corner while driving 20 km/h. With all things considering, to me these specific tires I have on my car are a total disappointment and under no circumstances would I buy them again. I got into a few dangerous situations as a result of bad performance from them and will probably change to another brand despite tires being only a year old. You may have a totally different experience, as a lot of users do so it seems. but to me these tires are a big no-no...
Helpful 68 - tire reviewed on December 1, 2022
Given 80% while driving a Ford Bmax (195/55 R15) on mostly country roads for 3,000 spirited miles
We fit them this summer on our second car, aFord B-Max replacing the old Semperit Speedlife2 / Speedgrip2 summer/winter tires and were mightily impressed by those tires. These are the first allseasons we used as we live in Austria were chances are that you also see some snow and low temp. So far we however did not drive it in the winter, but in summer it was exceptional. The car felt way more sporty, even directly compared to the summer tires... Even our mum noticed the difference and she is definiely riding non sporty ;-) Will update again once we see the first snow ;-)
Helpful 65 - tire reviewed on October 7, 2022
Given 81% while driving a Opel Mokka B (215/65 R16) on a combination of roads for 5,600 average miles
I have replaced the Conti EcoContact 6 with Vredestein Quatrac on Opel Mokka B. Since the tire dimension is 215/65 R16 there cannot be much road feedback and also the small SUV on baloon tires is not exactly a track machine. In general, the noise is almost the same as with ecocontacts. The fuel consumption is very reasonable but I have no exact numbers to back my claim, as I have not been driving on ecocontacts long enough. The grip is very reasonable in the dry and surprisingly good in the wet. On icy roads the tires feel very safe, similar to winter tires. I have no experience in the snow yet. Overall, I am very happy with the purchase. For everyday driving the tires are great. So far, I have driven approximately 9000 km on them. The non-driven rear tires look still new and the front ones have some worn edges of the tread blocks but the tread depth is almost as new. I would definitely recommend them.
Helpful 69 - tire reviewed on October 1, 2022
Given 93% while driving a Audi A6 Allroad 3.0 TDI (255/45 R19) on a combination of roads for 5,000 spirited miles
Excellent tire. I'm driving A6 Allroads for the past 10 years (changed 3 cars, 4G facelift being the latest model) and I was always running on Michelin CrossClimate and CrossClimate+. However, newest Michelin CrossClimate2 was just way too expensive, so I decided to give Vredestein a try. And I have to admit that I'm totally satisfied with this tire! Everything runs smooth, I have full control over the car on both dry and wet. When driving through water, Vredestein simply does not do aquaplannung and handles perfectly, while CrossClimate always floated and couldn't handle the aquaplanning properly. The only minor drawback is it's noise that I didn't have on CrossClimate's, but since car has acoustic shielding in windshield, I really don't care. :) Plus, it's always kinda cool to see that 'Giugaro design' marking on the tire. Since there was no snow last season, I have no clue how it performs on snow and ice, but quattro is quattro and I am convinced there will be no problems with it.
Helpful 62 - tire reviewed on September 9, 2022
Given 81% while driving a Opel Mokka B (215/65 R16) on a combination of roads for 5,000 spirited miles
I have fitted these tires to Mokka in January so by now I have experienced all kinds of weather. In general I am very satisfied. In dry and hot weather they feel exactly like summer tires. In this size the feedback in naturally weak (it is the same as with original Continental Ecocontact). In the wet the grip is very very good and braking feels very confident. I have not experienced snow but on icy roads they feel fine. I do not have direct comparison with winter tires on the same car but in general the feeling is similar to winter tires. Overall I am very satisfied. Since the winters in my region are generally milder with not many snowy days, I would not go back to two sets of tires for a daily commuter car.
Helpful 66 - tire reviewed on August 23, 2022
Given 87% while driving a Peugeot 308 BlueHDI EAT6 (205/55 R16) on a combination of roads for 4,000 spirited miles
These tires were fitted from the previous owner on the rear axle only i got a set of snow tires from Goodyear ultra grip 9+ for the front axle, anyway the vredesteins as is always my experience with any they are amazing tires no hiccups whatsoever amazing in dry and wet and even more amazing the fact that they are super quiet tires they are almost on par with my summer tires (Continental premium contact 6 ). I highly recommend them to anyone that seeks for a premium all weather tire.
Helpful 62 - tire reviewed on August 18, 2022
Given 91% while driving a Skoda (215/40 R16) on mostly country roads for 3,000 spirited miles
We bought this tire based on the tests ... for a UK winter in Cumbria, where its mostly wet and cold... these tires excel in the cold wet weather, good in the dry too, not really had any snow this winter to review that , but will post again for a summer review and a snow review.. but for a cold wet UK winter these tires are perfect!
Helpful 63 - tire reviewed on February 12, 2022
Given 74% while driving a Kia Motors Rio 5 (195/55 R16) on mostly country roads for 2,000 miles
Very good performer on wet and snowy roads. Dry handling is decent, could be better. High level of noise in the cabin.
Helpful 70 - tire reviewed on January 22, 2022
Given 88% while driving a Honda Jazz (185/55 R16) on for 10,000 miles
We have these on a Honda Jazz Automatic, so you would think nothing could help you in the snow. Wrong. These tires give enough traction that every car down the street was stuck, apart from the Honda (and our Skoda on CrossClime+)! In the wet they are simply excellent and never slip, better than most summer tires I've had.Traveling at any speed on any surface is not an issue. Dry handling and performance is also fine. It's not an exciting tire, just a safe and capable performer. Noise is also acceptable (considering the price and other performance +s) and far less that the Michelin CrossClimate + we have on a Skoda Superb.
Helpful 51 - tire reviewed on November 28, 2021