Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmertric 3 225/40Y18 (92) Fitted = £80.50 (£67.88 each after cashback & sainsburys voucher) - HotUKDeals
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Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmertric 3 225/40Y18 (92) Fitted = £80.50 (£67.88 each after cashback & sainsburys voucher)

£80.50 @ Kwik Fit
I'm in the market for two of these tyres and kwik fit seem to offer the cheapest at £80.50 each. https://www.kwik-fit.com/offers/goodyear-sainsburys-offer With a £20 sainsburys voucher and 3.25… Read More
SiimpleHarry Avatar
10m, 3w agoFound 10 months, 3 weeks ago
I'm in the market for two of these tyres and kwik fit seem to offer the cheapest at £80.50 each.

https://www.kwik-fit.com/offers/goodyear-sainsburys-offer

With a £20 sainsburys voucher and 3.25% cashback on TCB it works out to £68.21 fitted!!!

(or 3.5% cashback on quidco)
SiimpleHarry Avatar
10m, 3w agoFound 10 months, 3 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
Good price.! ....but it looks like they charge you extra for balancing and valves etc...
#2
shinds
Good price.! ....but it looks like they charge you extra for balancing and valves etc...


No it doesn't. That's the fully fitted price
#3
Their online prices include valve, balance and disposal.
4 Likes #4
pay extra to have them fitted anywhere other than Quickfit, not worth the risk having these untrained monkeys touch your car. From the best horror stories I have personally witnessed, unable to drive straight on to the ramp and wrote off the car when it fell off. Not lying.
2 Likes #5
japes
pay extra to have them fitted anywhere other than Quickfit, not worth the risk having these untrained monkeys touch your car. From the best horror stories I have personally witnessed, unable to drive straight on to the ramp and wrote off the car when it fell off. Not lying.


My thoughts exactly. (by the way, when took the wheel off they noticed you needed new disks and pads, and you've got a hole in your exhaust!
#6
Bloody good deal my size but just bought 4 new ones two weeks ago grrrrrrr Guttediam :( Sizzling HOT from me nice find SH
2 Likes #7
Wouldn't trust them with anything other than a tonka toy!
#8
Price has gone upto £112 now
#9
degudodger
Wouldn't trust them with anything other than a tonka toy!


We can't all pay over 800 bar for rubber Mr
Minted !!!!!! Aka on UKHD
1 Like #10
I have used Kwik fit for tyres as they often have some competitive deals online. Never had an issue with fitting. They have a lot of branches, can't all be bad or they wouldn't be in business.
1 Like #11
Quality tyre, great deal. HOT!
#12
Goodyear Efficient Grip Performance are showing as £80.50... No Eagle F1s.
Expired?
1 Like #13
Hmmmm, swore I'd never use kwikfit again after they damaged one of my wheels, but I'm after 4 235/35/19's and at £120 each for the Goodyear f1's with an £80 voucher I might just give them another chance - wheels are off the car already so that'll limit the damage they can do. Quidco is 3.5% but says can't be used in conjunction with other deals - but I'll try anyway :)
#14
Try Blackcircles.com Good Prices and you can choose a local fitter from a list
1 Like #15
these are very very good tyres. I have them on my audi and they make a huge difference to driving especially on rainy days
1 Like #16
Great price at this tyre size. Normally pay £80 for midrange brand.
Shame I swapped my car which now has 19s, no such luck on finding a deal that size!

Had problems it's quick fit too, went in for a simple puncture repair (nail in the tread section of the tyre), and when they took the wheel off, they deliberately but a slash in the side wall so that I'd not be able to repair!
2 Likes #17
japes
pay extra to have them fitted anywhere other than Quickfit, not worth the risk having these untrained monkeys touch your car. From the best horror stories I have personally witnessed, unable to drive straight on to the ramp and wrote off the car when it fell off. Not lying.


I've had cause to sue Kwikfit, and people should know that their terms & conditions state that there is no intention to create legal relations until they present the bill. Under these T&Cs you would be perfectly entitled to drive off without paying before the bill is presented! They rely on you not knowing this. If however they damage the car in the course of working on it, they will use the T&Cs to get out of court action.

They are indeed a set of untrained monkeys incapable of doing anything other than the most basic jobs.

Never trust a company which can't even spell its name correctly !
1 Like #18
I had to have a tyre changed at Kwik Fit a few years ago due to a puncture and it being the only place nearby.
Driving home, it felt fine... until I hit the motorway and the car started shaking and humming like crazy. I thought that the balancing might have been off, so I turned round and headed back. When I got there I explained the problem. They set about taking the wheel off, removing the centre cap to expose the wheel bolts (multifits) I stopped them in their tracks and asked if they have intentionally left the locking wheel nut key in there!! Never again!
1 Like #19
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japes
pay extra to have them fitted anywhere other than Quickfit, not worth the risk having these untrained monkeys touch your car. From the best horror stories I have personally witnessed, unable to drive straight on to the ramp and wrote off the car when it fell off. Not lying.
I've had cause to sue Kwikfit, and people should know that their terms & conditions state that there is no intention to create legal relations until they present the bill. Under these T&Cs you would be perfectly entitled to drive off without paying before the bill is presented! They rely on you not knowing this. If however they damage the car in the course of working on it, they will use the T&Cs to get out of court action.
They are indeed a set of untrained monkeys incapable of doing anything other than the most basic jobs.
Never trust a company which can't even spell its name correctly !
cannot say if all, but I was cheated few times on different kfit shops, they cannot anymore as I do not use them anymore. I was sure the oil filter was not changed in a particular occasion and God knows how many times they must have got away before that. Couple of years later and same shop, I scratched the filter in a way that they could not see the clear reference only known to me. Sh.. was the older one again, just nicely cleaned,lol. Complained to the head office and they said that possibly the new young man was not aware of the change request and by mistake for sure, they said, as obviously they would not accept criminal responsability. Another time but previous to the other one and different shop, they did not tighten the oil drain plug properly. Lucky that I spotted a little stain in my drive, that would usually come off easily with vibrations and with an eventual unreparable damage to the engine. Same shop cheated claiming that the agreed shock absorber were the next higher quality for the price of the normal one(which was what made me to change them even so was not an emergency at the time) and when I asked why the receipt was mentioning the normal one they said that it was the only way to justify the price to the head office. Went to check up in another kfit shop, the said they fitted the standard normal one.
BTW can I use spacers for my 14" to fit this lovely 18" tyre? :D






Edited By: bobo53 on Aug 06, 2016 09:38: dd
#20
Did they up the prices on a friday evening...cold.


Edited By: ziggaman on Aug 06, 2016 10:20: edit
#21
kwap fit, they can't even centre steering wheel after tracking
#22
These clowns once left a wheel weight in the tyre oO and had to drive around hearing it clicking against the wheel everytime the wheel turned.
#23
cynikill
kwap fit, they can't even centre steering wheel after tracking


Well there's your problem. You centre the wheel first.

Edited By: ollie87 on Aug 06, 2016 11:59: Typo
#24
can't find them on the site?
#25
can I just buy the tyre? no fitting?
#26
Brilliant Tyres. Excellent wet grip. Better than Continentals for wet grip driving in the UK.
Police vehicles now use Goodyears because of the performance/wet grip.
#27
I mean they un centred it while tracking and after 3 attempts to fix it I gave up on them
#28
cynikill
I mean they un centred it while tracking and after 3 attempts to fix it I gave up on them


and tried to make out that wanting it centred was petty.
#29
guttediam
degudodger
Wouldn't trust them with anything other than a tonka toy!
We can't all pay over 800 bar for rubber Mr
Minted !!!!!! Aka on UKHD

Only the stupid would pay over 800 for tyres. Use Blackcircles!

I have the same tyres on my Golf and when i last had the same rubber put on it cost me £199 so less than £100 a corner.
#30
Expired :-(

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