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4 x Toyo 195 50 15 82H Proxes CF2 High Performance Road Tyres 1955015

Toyo Proxes CF2 - High Performance Road Tyre for every kind of driver.

The Toyo CF2 Tyre is a new tyre from Toyo that has taken full advantage of the latest materials and tread pattern designs to give a high level of safety, durability saving and comfort.

The Proxes CF2 has a full silica tread compound with a longer tyre life improved wet performance and lower fuel consumption. Wider main groves on the tread help expel water quicker which has resulted in improved aquaplaining resistance, while the optimized tread pattern increases mileage aand wet and dry braking.
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My Mazda 3 Sport had Toyo's when I bought it and it was a great drive in the dry. In wet and as winter came they were absolutely dreadful. That prompted me to buy my first ever dedicated winter tyres (Nokian) which were nothing less than superb. As the spring came I bought a set of Dunlops. Can't say they were as much fun as the Toyos in the dry (sidewalls a little soft), but much more balanced drive in all conditions. When I've changed a couple of cars in recent years I've bought from main dealers and found they put on better budget replacements. In both cases I've found the steering heavy and not so much grip. Typically I swopped out to Continental Contisports and found a very noticeable difference in the quality of drive and grip. Basically for me I've learnt over 35 years driving I want to have safe tyres and a nice drive. Saving a few quid on budget tyres isn't worth it. Found many tyre places also fair with deals if you are there and chat to them.
Edited by: "BlackCloud" 17th Nov 2019
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Great deal if this is your size, I’m lucky if I can get one budget tyres for that price!
These will be compatible if you currently run 185/55 r15 (ie most Mk2 Clio models) and want 4 new tyres. Would advise letting your insurance company know though in case it is classed as a modification.

Toyo proxes have a bad rep for poor grip in the wet on a lot of car forums. I personally have never had any issues myself. I picked up 4 from demontweeks on a previous deal, would recommend the tyre and seller.
Findthelowprices17/11/2019 09:44

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If you've changed the profile from the manufacturer recommended size dramatically, changing the handling and braking characteristics of the vehicle then I would expect them to have an issue with this in the event of a claim. This shouldn't be an issue in the sizes I mentioned as the difference would be minimal.
cgap17/11/2019 09:23

Toyo proxes have a bad rep for poor grip in the wet on a lot of car …Toyo proxes have a bad rep for poor grip in the wet on a lot of car forums. I personally have never had any issues myself. I picked up 4 from demontweeks on a previous deal, would recommend the tyre and seller.


I've found that toyo seem to need a little bit of weight and harder to find limit of grip because the window is small (hence maybe people say poor in wet?). That's all quite subjective I know so pinch of salt.

Trouble is you don't know other people's set up, ie alignment, psi, how they drive, how they push, how much they push, what they expect, etc.
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 17th Nov 2019
As an ex Toyo user I do find it misleading that they're described as a high performance tyre. They're certainly much better than a Land Sail, Tigar or Accelera but they're no Pirelli or Michelin! Still, for this price it's a no brainer if you're a working with budget tyre money :/
My Mazda 3 Sport had Toyo's when I bought it and it was a great drive in the dry. In wet and as winter came they were absolutely dreadful. That prompted me to buy my first ever dedicated winter tyres (Nokian) which were nothing less than superb. As the spring came I bought a set of Dunlops. Can't say they were as much fun as the Toyos in the dry (sidewalls a little soft), but much more balanced drive in all conditions. When I've changed a couple of cars in recent years I've bought from main dealers and found they put on better budget replacements. In both cases I've found the steering heavy and not so much grip. Typically I swopped out to Continental Contisports and found a very noticeable difference in the quality of drive and grip. Basically for me I've learnt over 35 years driving I want to have safe tyres and a nice drive. Saving a few quid on budget tyres isn't worth it. Found many tyre places also fair with deals if you are there and chat to them.
Edited by: "BlackCloud" 17th Nov 2019
Hi do they have 215 50 17 in the deal I can’t seem to find the seller ?
Didn’t rate Toyo much. They were great for dry grip but wet weather were awful. They are very soft so don’t last and my god they’re loud
BlackCloud17/11/2019 10:54

My Mazda 3 Sport had Toyo's when I bought it and it was a great drive in …My Mazda 3 Sport had Toyo's when I bought it and it was a great drive in the dry. In wet and as winter came they were absolutely dreadful. That prompted me to buy my first ever dedicated winter tyres (Nokian) which were nothing less than superb. As the spring came I bought a set of Dunlops. Can't say they were as much fun as the Toyos in the dry (sidewalls a little soft), but much more balanced drive in all conditions. When I've changed a couple of cars in recent years I've bought from main dealers and found they put on better budget replacements. In both cases I've found the steering heavy and not so much grip. Typically I swopped out to Continental Contisports and found a very noticeable difference in the quality of drive and grip. Basically for me I've learnt over 35 years driving I want to have safe tyres and a nice drive. Saving a few quid on budget tyres isn't worth it. Found many tyre places also fair with deals if you are there and chat to them.



do you think continental Contisports are a good allrounder
mohass17/11/2019 12:41

do you think continental Contisports are a good allrounder


Contisports are great tyres but won't last long 10 to 15k miles max
mohass17/11/2019 12:41

do you think continental Contisports are a good allrounder


Try Avon ZZ5's, tried many many tyres on my e-Class Merc, it's a big remapped diesel with 400+ lbft Torque and chews back tyres.

Without spending big bucks on Michelin's the Avon's are the best I've found for balanced wet/dry grip with plenty of feel. They last fairly well and are reasonably priced.

I tried Toyo Proxes (albeit the previous gen to these posted) and they were good in the dry , very predicatble but Wet weather grip was very bad, hill starts in the wet provoked comedy wheel spin at even the merest throttle opening....

Good grip leaves rubber on the ground sadly (look at the black rubber lines on a race track) so trying to find tyres with good grip that last long is like finding hen's teeth....

I have a motorcycling background and on a motorbike grip is EVERYTHING, replacing a back tyre at £100-£150 every 1500-2000miles on a Sportbike is commonplace.

Personally I'd rather replace my tyres a little more often in the knowledge that when I have to brake hard or put my foot down I'll have grip.

Each to their own though, f your only using a car to drive miss Daisy to the shops and back then a set of the cheap plastic "Hongshin" things the local garage will fit for a few quid might be an option.
Edited by: "Uridium" 17th Nov 2019
Where do you get them fitted and roughly how much does it cost?
Great price for 4 new
Shame I'm changing cars in new year or i would be all over these.
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Edited by: "lamboo" 17th Nov 2019
Great price. But not for winter or rain. They shred so badly and have no grip.
These are great in the summer. Maybe buy them now and keep for warmer months if you also use winter tyres.
Didn't colonel Russell Williams - the Canadian serial killer and army commander - go on his killing spree with 4 new Toyo tyres fitted to his Nissan Pathfinder? That fact alone puts me off this good deal - cold due to this!
Don't confuse these with the proxy T1R which are appalling. These are not a bad norma roadl use tyre, had these fitted to a car and are lasting well. Even survived a few laps of the Nurburgring without ending up in the armco
Rhythmeister17/11/2019 10:21

As an ex Toyo user I do find it misleading that they're described as a …As an ex Toyo user I do find it misleading that they're described as a high performance tyre. They're certainly much better than a Land Sail, Tigar or Accelera but they're no Pirelli or Michelin! Still, for this price it's a no brainer if you're a working with budget tyre money :/


I agree. They're not even midrange. They're quite popular amongst forum members and seem to have a cult following.. but real world experience will tell you otherwise.
warmasice17/11/2019 14:39

I agree. They're not even midrange. They're quite popular amongst forum …I agree. They're not even midrange. They're quite popular amongst forum members and seem to have a cult following.. but real world experience will tell you otherwise.


I actually found Yokohama Parada Spec 2s beats the Toyo T1-R for road comfort, grip when hot, wet weather performance AND didn't even melt on the track like the squidgy Toyos. Still a great price for the Toyos here though, I'd take them over remoulds and anything else at that price mind
People going on about how bad Toyo are, are probably referring to the T1R. The T1R was relatively poor in the wet, poor durability, and suffered awful side wall flexing; this made them slow to turn in, lack responsiveness and cause weight transfer issues in cornering. This is my experience with the T1R. I haven't tried these new ones, but they have been designed to address these issues specifically, so I'd be interested to hear people's experience with the new compound.
I echo everyone here. I’ve got toyo on my outlander. Dry good. Wet terrible!
Tyler.Halifax17/11/2019 13:31

Didn't colonel Russell Williams - the Canadian serial killer and army …Didn't colonel Russell Williams - the Canadian serial killer and army commander - go on his killing spree with 4 new Toyo tyres fitted to his Nissan Pathfinder? That fact alone puts me off this good deal - cold due to this!


Yes, the guy who liked dressing up. A fellow true-crime follower perhaps? I prescribe a dose of 'Making a Murder' on Netflix. Cracking series if you like that sort of stuff.
kaptin_d17/11/2019 15:03

I echo everyone here. I’ve got toyo on my outlander. Dry good. Wet t …I echo everyone here. I’ve got toyo on my outlander. Dry good. Wet terrible!


T1R or CF2?
mohass17/11/2019 12:41

do you think continental Contisports are a good allrounder


For me they have been great. I don't 'burn rubber' driving everywhere and they have been on medium sized cars approx 180bhp. The handling has been very positive and grippy in all weather. Might not suit everyone. More to the point I can certainly feel they are different from some GT Radials and a Chinese brand that were about £12 a corner cheaper when I bought mine. Used Asda but fitted at F1.
William_Balsdon17/11/2019 13:50

Don't confuse these with the proxy T1R which are appalling. These are not …Don't confuse these with the proxy T1R which are appalling. These are not a bad norma roadl use tyre, had these fitted to a car and are lasting well. Even survived a few laps of the Nurburgring without ending up in the armco


I had the T1R's on my 306 Rallye and have to agree they were awful. Side walls felt like they were made out of marshmallows. Pilot sport 2's were my favs but weren't cheap.
My last set of Toyo Proxies on the front had amazing handling, largely because they left a streak of rubber behind them 1mm deep. They were through to the canvas in under 8,000 miles! Very soft compound but good handling and cheap. I probably wouldn't buy them again tbh, but this deal is fab if you have a car with this size wheel and if you're just getting something cheap to get through your MOT.
Edited by: "Blurigard" 17th Nov 2019
Got R888’s on the track car and TR1’s on my Mk1 GTi cab and they are both great
rhyan.wilson17/11/2019 15:18

I had the T1R's on my 306 Rallye and have to agree they were awful. Side …I had the T1R's on my 306 Rallye and have to agree they were awful. Side walls felt like they were made out of marshmallows. Pilot sport 2's were my favs but weren't cheap.


Haha I had the CF2's I referenced fitted to a 306 hdi, now have a gti-6 with ad08r's on. When they wear out will go with pilot sport 3's. Good choice!
These would've fit my Fiesta perfectly but I only replaced my tyres less than a month ago. Hey ho
William_Balsdon17/11/2019 16:29

Haha I had the CF2's I referenced fitted to a 306 hdi, now have a gti-6 …Haha I had the CF2's I referenced fitted to a 306 hdi, now have a gti-6 with ad08r's on. When they wear out will go with pilot sport 3's. Good choice!


Lol the toyos were bad but not as bad as the pirelli p6000's that came on the gti6/Rallye. They were shocking!
Dekard9717/11/2019 14:51

People going on about how bad Toyo are, are probably referring to the T1R. …People going on about how bad Toyo are, are probably referring to the T1R. The T1R was relatively poor in the wet, poor durability, and suffered awful side wall flexing; this made them slow to turn in, lack responsiveness and cause weight transfer issues in cornering. This is my experience with the T1R. I haven't tried these new ones, but they have been designed to address these issues specifically, so I'd be interested to hear people's experience with the new compound.


Depends on the weight of your vehicle to some extent. I had t1rs on a Corrado and they were excellent in the dry, no issues with them at all, whereas a friend in a BMW 3 series found them squidgy as hell.
As everyone else agrees though they were pretty awful in the wet. Not quite the worst in the world, but pretty well just not worth it for regular normal driving in the UK where it's wet a lot.
MrMatt99117/11/2019 17:32

Depends on the weight of your vehicle to some extent. I had t1rs on a …Depends on the weight of your vehicle to some extent. I had t1rs on a Corrado and they were excellent in the dry, no issues with them at all, whereas a friend in a BMW 3 series found them squidgy as hell.As everyone else agrees though they were pretty awful in the wet. Not quite the worst in the world, but pretty well just not worth it for regular normal driving in the UK where it's wet a lot.


Good point. I was going to say that actually. It also depends on how stiff your suspension is. I'd imagine the Corrado was pretty stiff in comparison to a 3 series, which won't be as much of an issue, but it depends on the 3 Series of course.
Dekard9717/11/2019 17:38

Good point. I was going to say that actually. It also depends on how stiff …Good point. I was going to say that actually. It also depends on how stiff your suspension is. I'd imagine the Corrado was pretty stiff in comparison to a 3 series, which won't be as much of an issue, but it depends on the 3 Series of course.


I liked the stiff sidewalls on the t1rs on the Corrado but scale the whole thing up to a car 50% heavier and maybe they're just not stiff enough.

To be fair I'm now running Uniroyal rainsports which are much more flexible overall but the handling is way more predictable in all conditions so the trade off it worth it.
15inch. What are these, tyres for ants? They need to be at least three times bigger than this
Sorry to say, my view is avoid Toyo.

Spend the extra and get something that works well in the wet.
Parfy17/11/2019 19:07

15inch. What are these, tyres for ants? They need to be at least three …15inch. What are these, tyres for ants? They need to be at least three times bigger than this


It's true not many people buy cars with wheels this small any more. But it's worth knowing that adding an inch to the wheel diameter takes three tenths off the 0-60 time..
My CF2’s have leaked air ever since fitting can’t wait to replace them with something else
Parfy17/11/2019 19:07

15inch. What are these, tyres for ants? They need to be at least three …15inch. What are these, tyres for ants? They need to be at least three times bigger than this


Tyres for grown ups 😁
Parfy17/11/2019 19:07

15inch. What are these, tyres for ants? They need to be at least three …15inch. What are these, tyres for ants? They need to be at least three times bigger than this


Might be good for some just popping out for a orange mocha frappacino while looking really really ridiculously good looking
Nassar17/11/2019 19:24

My CF2’s have leaked air ever since fitting can’t wait to replace them wit …My CF2’s have leaked air ever since fitting can’t wait to replace them with something else



That sounds like an issue with your wheels rather then the tyre.
jjc are doing the new TR1 for £100 for 4 tyres

much better deal i think.

i run the T1R on my turbo Golf mk2 and they are brilliant. The TR1 is supposed to be an improved version
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