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1st: Continental WinterContact TS 850
Total: 388 / Dry: 125 / Wet: 129 / Snow: 134
Dry: Safe, fast and effecient. Overall the most balance and best tyre on dry roads
Wet: Precise handling and excellent results in both aquaplaning tests
Snow: Best traction, short stopping distances. Average in the slush
Overall: The new TS 850 from Continental is balance and extremely safe to drive on

2nd: Nokian WR D3
Total: 370 / Dry: 115 / Wet: 114 / Snow: 141
Dry: Strong slalom result but not as strong in high speed bends. Very quiet
Wet: Prononced understeer in the wet, but excellent braking performance
Snow: The Nokian WR D3 is the snow expert. Enormous amounts of grip in braking, traction and turning
Overall: With the top snow performance, the Nokian secures second overall

3rd: Goodyear UltraGrip 8
Total: 361 / Dry: 110 / Wet: 123 / Snow: 128
Dry: Excellent braking in the dry, but fairly noisy
Wet: The UG8 shines in the wet with good steering response
Snow: Strong traction, good handling, strong braking
Overall: With a strong result in all 3 tests, the Goodyears excellent balance results in 3rd place

4th: Dunlop SP WinterSport 4D
Total: 360 / Dry: 114 / Wet: 117 / Snow: 129
Dry: Average rolling resistance, but sporty handling and good braking make up for that
Wet: Mid pack aquaplaning results, but a strong wet handling with good steering precision
Snow: The Dunlop is agile and safe, quck turning, predictable on the brakes and good traction in the snow
Overall: A sporty agile tyre with excellent resuilts in all tests, bar aquaplaning

5th: Michelin Alpin A4
Total: 352 / Dry: 115 / Wet: 115 / Snow: 122
Dry: The Michelin has a quick dry time, but is slow to steer and average in the slalom
Wet: Good aquaplaning resistance, but average handling and braking in the wet
Snow: Good traction and braking, but slightly imbalanced on quick load changes
Overall: The Michelin Alpin A4 is a good all rounder with predictable handling

6th: Pirelli Winter Snow Control Series 3
Total: 348 / Dry: 108 / Wet: 122 / Snow: 118
Dry: Longest stopping distance in the dry, but quick in the slalom and a high level of dry grip when turning
Wet: Weak aquaplaning result, but safe and precise steering to the limit of wet grip. Short wet braking
Snow: Moderate snow traction, poor understeer when turning but good underbraking and on slush
Overall: The Pirelli Snow Control Series 3 is strong in the wet and good on slush

7th: Vredestein Snowtrac 3
Total: 342 / Dry: 109 / Wet: 113 / Snow: 120
Dry: Another quick time in the dry, but a lack of precision and balance meant you worked very hard to achieve it
Wet: Good aquaplaning result but poor wet braking
Snow: Average snow braking, and while the lap times are reasonable on the clock, you need an increased use of driving skills
Overall: The Vredestein Snow Trac 3 is stronger in the snow than it is in the dry or wet

8th: Bridgestone Blizzak LM32
Total: 323 / Dry: 107 / Wet: 111 / Snow: 105
Dry: Poor rolling resistance but strong dry braking and very quiet. Sluggish in the handling tests
Wet: Long braking distances and sluggish handling characterise the Bridgestone in the wet. Tends to understeer. Excellent aquaplaning result
Snow: The Blizzak doesn't offer much grip on the snow, but is much better in the slush
Overall: Excellent in standing water and slush, the Bridgestone is comparatively poor in the dry and the wet

Источник: Auto Zeitung

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