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2017 ADAC 195/65 R15 Summer Tyre Test - 1st of 16 tyres

Positive - Very balanced summer tyre, especially good in the wet, relatively low wear and low noise
Negative - None mentioned
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Would spend a bit extra to install CrossClimate+ all round
m5rcc27 m ago

Would spend a bit extra to install CrossClimate+ all round


That would be a big "bit", and if you don't want to drive in snow, is there any need?
qbs1 m ago

That would be a big "bit", and if you don't want to drive in snow, is …That would be a big "bit", and if you don't want to drive in snow, is there any need?


It's a superior tyre so it is going to be dearer. Doesn't need to be driven in snow to be a benefit.
m5rcc58 s ago

It's a superior tyre so it is going to be dearer. Doesn't need to be …It's a superior tyre so it is going to be dearer. Doesn't need to be driven in snow to be a benefit.


It's the major benefit. No real justification otherwise.
qbs3 m ago

It's the major benefit. No real justification otherwise.


No - it's a benefit. The major benefit is superiorty in colder climates like the UK, not just when it snows. They're comfortable, quiet, absorbent, grippy, give good steering feel, seem to last okay (on a pair that's done over 20k miles) and don't affect fuel economy.
m5rcc1 m ago

No - it's a benefit. The major benefit is superiorty in colder climates …No - it's a benefit. The major benefit is superiorty in colder climates like the UK, not just when it snows. They're comfortable, quiet, absorbent, grippy, give good steering feel, seem to last okay (on a pair that's done over 20k miles) and don't affect fuel economy.


So what you're saying is they're a bit like a lot of other tyres that don't cost as much.
qbs3 m ago

So what you're saying is they're a bit like a lot of other tyres that …So what you're saying is they're a bit like a lot of other tyres that don't cost as much.


No - I'm saying I rather have a pair of CC+ than these Pirelli's given they're the ideal tyre for the UK.

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Edited by: "m5rcc" 30th May
m5rcc3 m ago

No - I'm saying I rather have a pair of CC+ than these Pirelli's given …No - I'm saying I rather have a pair of CC+ than these Pirelli's given they're the ideal tyre for the UK.


Piffle. And the tests you've quoted will vary depending on tyre size and vehicle.
Edited by: "qbs" 30th May
qbs1 m ago

Piffle.


But of course it is... Next you'll be saying these independent reviews are BS...
m5rcc1 m ago

But of course it is... Next you'll be saying these independent reviews are …But of course it is... Next you'll be saying these independent reviews are BS...


Which "independent" test are you quoting?
qbs1 m ago

Which "independent" test are you quoting?


Read the personal reviews within Tyre Reviews...
m5rcc42 s ago

Read the personal reviews within Tyre Reviews...


Link?
m5rcc5 m ago

Try


Thought you might be referring to that. They're interestingish at best, but not really any use as comparative tests. They're what people like you or I write. There's no direct comparison between tyres. They're on a random selection of vehicles doing equally random mileages.
They're opinions - nothing else.
qbs1 m ago

Thought you might be referring to that. They're interestingish at best, …Thought you might be referring to that. They're interestingish at best, but not really any use as comparative tests. They're what people like you or I write. There's no direct comparison between tyres. They're on a random selection of vehicles doing equally random mileages.They're opinions - nothing else.


Given that the OP quoted such website, it was worthwhile to point that other (superior) tyres exist.

Good luck with these Pirellis in January though!
qbs16 m ago

Piffle. And the tests you've quoted will vary depending on tyre size and …Piffle. And the tests you've quoted will vary depending on tyre size and vehicle.



not sure if you are looking for an arguement so will be careful and only leave one comment all season tyres are generally seen as better when you need them, when its wet. summer tyres are good all rounders, they have to be but all seasons give you extra grip in the wet and snow. inbetween summer and pure winter tyres. For the extra cash I would be looking at all season myself on my next set of 4.


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m5rcc6 m ago

Given that the OP quoted such website, it was worthwhile to point that …Given that the OP quoted such website, it was worthwhile to point that other (superior) tyres exist.Good luck with these Pirellis in January though!


Well strange as it may seem, I managed to survive many winters driving on roads deep in snow, some even closed - signs were buried - and all on standard tyres.
People managed to get about before MCCs and doubtless, will continue to manage without them.
eslick5 m ago

not sure if you are looking for an arguement so will be careful and only …not sure if you are looking for an arguement so will be careful and only leave one comment all season tyres are generally seen as better when you need them, when its wet. summer tyres are good all rounders, they have to be but all seasons give you extra grip in the wet and snow. inbetween summer and pure winter tyres. For the extra cash I would be looking at all season myself on my next set of 4. ,


That's fine. There may be advantages, but they're not the foot to the floor in all conditions tyres that some would have you believe. All season tyres aren't new - they used to all be all season.
qbs4 m ago

Well strange as it may seem, I managed to survive many winters driving on …Well strange as it may seem, I managed to survive many winters driving on roads deep in snow, some even closed - signs were buried - and all on standard tyres.


I somehow doubt that you've driven on closed roads, with deep snow, on standard tyres. Given you can't prove that - we'll have to take your word for it, won't we?
qbs2 m ago

That's fine. There may be advantages, but they're not the foot to the …That's fine. There may be advantages, but they're not the foot to the floor in all conditions tyres that some would have you believe.


Who said that? No one on this thread.
m5rcc29 m ago

I somehow doubt that you've driven on closed roads, with deep snow, on …I somehow doubt that you've driven on closed roads, with deep snow, on standard tyres. Given you can't prove that - we'll have to take your word for it, won't we?


Doubt away. I know it's true, proof isn't necessary. Proof of the miraculous properties of MCC, however, would be useful.
The one indisputable fact is that people managed to get around before MCCs existed and will manage perfectly well without them by driving according to the conditions.
Got M C C
Great to drive..
U got to give it a try...u won't be disappointed..
qbs7 m ago

Doubt away. I know it's true, proof isn't necessary. Proof of the …Doubt away. I know it's true, proof isn't necessary. Proof of the miraculous properties of MCC, however, would be useful. The one indisputable fact is that people managed to get around before MCCs existed and will manage perfectly well without them by driving according to the conditions.


Again - completely missing the point. Why use a summer tyre in the UK, when the climate demands a tyre that could handle both wintery and summer conditions, without having the need to change wheels?

The CrossClimate won countless tests, the new tyre is also winning tests. But each to their own.
Edited by: "m5rcc" 30th May
m5rcc2 h, 15 m ago

Again - completely missing the point. Why use a summer tyre in the UK, …Again - completely missing the point. Why use a summer tyre in the UK, when the climate demands a tyre that could handle both wintery and summer conditions, without having the need to change wheels?The CrossClimate won countless tests, the new tyre is also winning tests. But each to their own.


My original comment "That would be a big "bit", and if you don't want to drive in snow, is there any need?"

To which you responded "It's a superior tyre so it is going to be dearer. Doesn't need to be driven in snow to be a benefit."

It's you that's missing the point. Cross Climates were designed specifically to extend a tyre's working range to cope better (allegedly) with snow. Most, if not all non budget tyres, and even some budget tyres, will cope just as well, and in some cases better than MCC in anything except snow. And some "summer" tyres cope remarkably well in all conditions, snow included. people coped before MCCs.

The biggest problems with "summer" tyres in snow are due to some low and all ultra low profile tyres - elastic band tyres should be banned.
qbs9 h, 13 m ago

My original comment "That would be a big "bit", and if you don't want to …My original comment "That would be a big "bit", and if you don't want to drive in snow, is there any need?"To which you responded "It's a superior tyre so it is going to be dearer. Doesn't need to be driven in snow to be a benefit."It's you that's missing the point.


Wrong again . CrossClimate+ are designed to be used in colder temperatures outside the range of that of a summer tyre.


qbs9 h, 13 m ago

Cross Climates were designed specifically to extend a tyre's working range …Cross Climates were designed specifically to extend a tyre's working range to cope better (allegedly) with snow.


Again wrong. You're obsessed with snow. Get that idea out of your head.


qbs9 h, 13 m ago

Most, if not all non budget tyres, and even some budget tyres, will cope …Most, if not all non budget tyres, and even some budget tyres, will cope just as well, and in some cases better than MCC in anything except snow.


Evidence please.


qbs9 h, 13 m ago

And some "summer" tyres cope remarkably well in all conditions, snow …And some "summer" tyres cope remarkably well in all conditions, snow included. people coped before MCCs.The biggest problems with "summer" tyres in snow are due to some low and all ultra low profile tyres - elastic band tyres should be banned.


You're assuming every driver is competent enough. They aren't. You may be (although I doubt you have driven through deep snow on closed roads with summer tyres (and no chains).

You don't get it. No problem. Move on.
m5rcc3 h, 38 m ago

Wrong again . CrossClimate+ are designed to be used in colder temperatures …Wrong again . CrossClimate+ are designed to be used in colder temperatures outside the range of that of a summer tyre.Again wrong. You're obsessed with snow. Get that idea out of your head.Evidence please.You're assuming every driver is competent enough. They aren't. You may be (although I doubt you have driven through deep snow on closed roads with summer tyres (and no chains).You don't get it. No problem. Move on.


Your responses suggest you're not old enough to really debate this issue. Current "all weather" tyres are relatively new. How do you think people managed before that? Did everybody stay inside as soon as it got cold or snow fell? Climatic marking on tyres is yet another recent introduction.
Like it or not, snow performance is the main attraction of these tyres. Nobody in the UK buys them because it's cold.
And, for the record, the deepest snow that I've driven in eventually stopped me when the snow pack under the car lifted it enough to remove all traction from the tyres. And they were standard tyres on a SAAB 99, which allowed me to reverse out of trouble, and take a shallower route.
qbs7 h, 58 m ago

Your responses suggest you're not old enough to really debate this issue.


Priceless! Keep 'em coming!

qbs7 h, 58 m ago

Current "all weather" tyres are relatively new. How do you think people …Current "all weather" tyres are relatively new. How do you think people managed before that?


They used winter tyres by removing their summer tyres and changing them.

qbs7 h, 58 m ago

Climatic marking on tyres is yet another recent introduction.Like it or …Climatic marking on tyres is yet another recent introduction.Like it or not, snow performance is the main attraction of these tyres.


Again - not the case in the UK where snow, in the south, is not as common, but colder temperatures are.

qbs7 h, 58 m ago

Nobody in the UK buys them because it's cold.


Correct. People buy them because its the best tyre for the UK climate. Well done! You got there in the end!

qbs7 h, 58 m ago

And, for the record, the deepest snow that I've driven in eventually …And, for the record, the deepest snow that I've driven in eventually stopped me when the snow pack under the car lifted it enough to remove all traction from the tyres. And they were standard tyres on a SAAB 99, which allowed me to reverse out of trouble, and take a shallower route.


If your car was lifted from gaining traction, then you wouldn't have been able to reverse. You do have a vivid imagination, don't you?!
m5rcc3 h, 46 m ago

Priceless! Keep 'em coming!They used winter tyres by removing their summer …Priceless! Keep 'em coming!They used winter tyres by removing their summer tyres and changing them.Again - not the case in the UK where snow, in the south, is not as common, but colder temperatures are.Correct. People buy them because its the best tyre for the UK climate. Well done! You got there in the end!If your car was lifted from gaining traction, then you wouldn't have been able to reverse. You do have a vivid imagination, don't you?!


"They used winter tyres by removing their summer tyres and changing them."
Very few people do that even now. Try doing some research and find when tyres were first classed as "summer". While you're at it, you might also try and find when full winter treads were last available in the UK.

"Again - not the case in the UK where snow, in the south, is not as common, but colder temperatures are."
So as it appears you're from the south, you'll have little experience of driving in snow. Colder temperatures? Try looking at a weather chart.

"Correct. People buy them because its the best tyre for the UK climate. Well done! You got there in the end!"
I'll remind you what I actually said. It's there in black and white.
"Like it or not, snow performance is the main attraction of these tyres. Nobody in the UK buys them because it's cold."
What you've said doesn't make sense. But then, none of it has.

"If your car was lifted from gaining traction, then you wouldn't have been able to reverse. You do have a vivid imagination, don't you?!"
No. I've got a lot of experience driving in snow, plus winter driving and survival courses provided through work due to my workplace's remote location and 24/7/365 operation.
You clearly have no idea of what a slope is. Car going forward into deep snow. Snow pack underneath car causes car to lose traction as car body lifts - the main reason cars stop in deep snow. So at that point, the car is effectively trying to go uphill. Engaging reverse means the car is now going downhill, so the weight of the car is then a help, not a hindrance. As long as you don't panic, spin the wheels a dig holes, you'll get out.
qbs8 h, 56 m ago

Very few people do that even now. Try doing some research and find when …Very few people do that even now. Try doing some research and find when tyres were first classed as "summer".


I have. Plenty of people still do that today. They still doit in countries where it is mandatory to drive on winter tyres in winter months.


qbs8 h, 56 m ago

So as it appears you're from the south, you'll have little experience of …So as it appears you're from the south, you'll have little experience of driving in snow. Colder temperatures? Try looking at a weather chart.


I live in the South and in Europe. You do not know at all whether I have "little experience of driving in the snow". As I previously said, CrossClimate+ are suited to driving in colder temperatures, by which I mean, 2-5c, which is common in the South in winter. You're still obsessed with snow and as a result, freezing temperatures.


qbs8 h, 56 m ago

I'll remind you what I actually said. It's there in black and white."Like …I'll remind you what I actually said. It's there in black and white."Like it or not, snow performance is the main attraction of these tyres. Nobody in the UK buys them because it's cold.


You can remind me as many times as you want: your statement is factually incorrect. CrossClimates+ is not a snow tyre - it's an all-season tyre.

qbs8 h, 56 m ago

No. I've got a lot of experience driving in snow, plus winter driving and …No. I've got a lot of experience driving in snow, plus winter driving and survival courses provided through work due to my workplace's remote location and 24/7/365 operation.


So you keep saying. With no evidence of this experience, we'll need to take your word for it.

qbs8 h, 56 m ago

You clearly have no idea of what a slope is. Car going forward into deep …You clearly have no idea of what a slope is. Car going forward into deep snow. Snow pack underneath car causes car to lose traction as car body lifts - the main reason cars stop in deep snow.


I know what a car body being lifted by snow is, thanks. The problem with that example is that if your tyres have lost traction, then how were you able to reverse the car without assistance?

qbs8 h, 56 m ago

So at that point, the car is effectively trying to go uphill. Engaging …So at that point, the car is effectively trying to go uphill. Engaging reverse means the car is now going downhill, so the weight of the car is then a help, not a hindrance. As long as you don't panic, spin the wheels a dig holes, you'll get out.


If you so... More of that vivid imagination again.

Here's a question for you (which was previously asked to you by another member and ignored): Have you ever driven a car on CrossClimate+ tyres?
m5rcc15 h, 29 m ago

I have. Plenty of people still do that today. They still doit in countries …I have. Plenty of people still do that today. They still doit in countries where it is mandatory to drive on winter tyres in winter months.I live in the South and in Europe. You do not know at all whether I have "little experience of driving in the snow". As I previously said, CrossClimate+ are suited to driving in colder temperatures, by which I mean, 2-5c, which is common in the South in winter. You're still obsessed with snow and as a result, freezing temperatures.You can remind me as many times as you want: your statement is factually incorrect. CrossClimates+ is not a snow tyre - it's an all-season tyre.So you keep saying. With no evidence of this experience, we'll need to take your word for it.I know what a car body being lifted by snow is, thanks. The problem with that example is that if your tyres have lost traction, then how were you able to reverse the car without assistance?If you so... More of that vivid imagination again.Here's a question for you (which was previously asked to you by another member and ignored): Have you ever driven a car on CrossClimate+ tyres?


Round and round you go, so keep going

"Here's a question for you (which was previously asked to you by another member and ignored): Have you ever driven a car on CrossClimate+ tyres?"

Where was I asked that? You're making it up as you go along.
qbs13 h, 31 m ago

Round and round you go, so keep going


Till you are able to understand logic.

qbs13 h, 31 m ago

Where was I asked that?


Scroll through the thread.

qbs13 h, 31 m ago

You're making it up as you go along.


Says the disseminator of misinformation! Priceless!

The question remains unanswered. Curious.

As is the previously unanswered question for evidence:

qbs30th May

Most, if not all non budget tyres, and even some budget tyres, will cope …Most, if not all non budget tyres, and even some budget tyres, will cope just as well, and in some cases better than MCC in anything except snow.


Very curious indeed.
Edited by: "m5rcc" 2nd Jun
185/55/15 x 4 = £363
realitybites5 h, 11 m ago

185/55/15 x 4 = £363


34070489.jpg£255.96 for 4 x PIRELLI summer tyres + TCB
Edited by: "Headingley_Lad" 20th Jun
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