Continental Sport Contact 2  205/55 R16 91V Fully Fitted Tyre £51.30 @ f1autocentres
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Continental Sport Contact 2 205/55 R16 91V Fully Fitted Tyre £51.30 @ f1autocentres

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Found 29th Jan 2016
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Never seen Continentals so cheap in this size...
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Good price.
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Good price. £90 for my tyres
Good review on Autoexpress for the 5 version
autoexpress.co.uk/acc…iew
Though not great for fuel economy
Moneyspider

Good review on Autoexpress for the 5 … Good review on Autoexpress for the 5 versionhttp://www.autoexpress.co.uk/accessories-tyres/91858/continental-contisportcontact-5-reviewThough not great for fuel economy


"Continental Premium Contact 5 91V" = extra £9.50 per tyre compared to OP ?
Camskill also offer fantastic prices! Obviously fitting would be £5-10 per wheel extra.
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_B3N_

Camskill also offer fantastic prices! Obviously fitting would be £5-10 … Camskill also offer fantastic prices! Obviously fitting would be £5-10 per wheel extra.


£51.50 at camskill for this tyre ...+delivery + fitting
Really good price, I used to pay £90 for these!
I currently have the ContiSport Contact 5s on my car and they are excellent in dry and wet. Far better than the Matador MP 46 Hectorra 2's they replaced.
I feel there is something wrong the world when 55, with more rubber, cost less than the equivalent 50 size.
Taz1529

I feel there is something wrong the world when 55, with more rubber, cost … I feel there is something wrong the world when 55, with more rubber, cost less than the equivalent 50 size.


This size is MUCH more common hence cheaper. The difference in price between our two cars, 205/55r16 vs 205/50r17 seems mad to me too. Economy of scale.
Dont forget TCB!!!
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Taz1529

I feel there is something wrong the world when 55, with more rubber, cost … I feel there is something wrong the world when 55, with more rubber, cost less than the equivalent 50 size.


watch the news,theres a lot more wrong in the world then the price of tyres
damadgeruk

This size is MUCH more common hence cheaper. The difference in price … This size is MUCH more common hence cheaper. The difference in price between our two cars, 205/55r16 vs 205/50r17 seems mad to me too. Economy of scale.



My tyres are 205 50 r16. They're about £25 or more expensive than these. I get economies of scale, but I suspect they make the same number of tyres just less batches of 50. Either that, or it's a supply and demand thing, perhaps 55 is less common
Taz1529

My tyres are 205 50 r16. They're about £25 or more expensive than these. … My tyres are 205 50 r16. They're about £25 or more expensive than these. I get economies of scale, but I suspect they make the same number of tyres just less batches of 50. Either that, or it's a supply and demand thing, perhaps 55 is less common


More common, I suspect 205/55r16 is the most common tyre on UK roads.
great price!
if only my 245/45/18s were this cheap! just bought 4 at £350, and that was a bargain!
Aza

I currently have the ContiSport Contact 5s on my car and they are … I currently have the ContiSport Contact 5s on my car and they are excellent in dry and wet. Far better than the Matador MP 46 Hectorra 2's they replaced.



And far better than the Conti 2s in this post.
AndyRoyd

"Continental Premium Contact 5 91V" = extra £9.50 per tyre compared to OP … "Continental Premium Contact 5 91V" = extra £9.50 per tyre compared to OP ?



Well worth the extra £9.50 each, the Conti 2s are average at best, the Conti 5s are excellent, doesn't get any better unless you go Michelin Pilot Supersport. Don't scrimp on the one part of your car in contact with the road.
I have a pair of those, nearly new, will sell for £50 located in Northampton
WOW cheapppppp
Only Conti 5 in stock in my size 255/30/19 but you'd sh1t a brick at the price
Wi have a look at it tomorrow
Good price shame mine is £222.50 per tyre ...Gulp
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Hilazing

if only my 245/45/18s were this cheap! just bought 4 at £350, and that … if only my 245/45/18s were this cheap! just bought 4 at £350, and that was a bargain!



​What make? I just paid £560 for four Pilot Super Sports
£167.80 each for me -don't need them yet but giving up hope in finding a deal!
Good price, but I'm just here to lol at the my-tyres-are-bigger-than-yours posts.
Really, we aren't in awe at all.
Looking to replace all 4. I use 195/55/16 currently. Presumably these will be ok?
phil4444

watch the news,theres a lot more wrong in the world then the price of … watch the news,theres a lot more wrong in the world then the price of tyres



So why are you on HUKD looking for cheap prices?

No need to be smart ass.
These are great tyres for wet and dry performance, but are very fuel heavy, E/F rated.
I'd recommend the Cooper tyre that they sell, comes with a lifetime guarantee, had a puncture yesterday - didn't realise so drove on it, damaged the tyre and it only cost me fitting to get a brand new tyre
njpugh90

I'd recommend the Cooper tyre that they sell, comes with a lifetime … I'd recommend the Cooper tyre that they sell, comes with a lifetime guarantee, had a puncture yesterday - didn't realise so drove on it, damaged the tyre and it only cost me fitting to get a brand new tyre



That's nice to know, but I wouldn't base a tyre purchase on that. Cooper are a huge brand in USA though so probably an ok tyre. Having said that, Americans don't like to go round corners and we probably get an inferior version of the product anyway.
Edited by: "TedStriker72" 30th Jan 2016
Expired? Can't see these online in 205/55 R16.

Perhaps the Dunlop Sport Bluresponse or Goodyear Efficient Grip Performance offer better value at only £3 more with better fuel economy, better wet grip and less road noise
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robii

Expired? Can't see these online in 205/55 R16.Perhaps the Dunlop Sport … Expired? Can't see these online in 205/55 R16.Perhaps the Dunlop Sport Bluresponse or Goodyear Efficient Grip Performance offer better value at only £3 more with better fuel economy, better wet grip and less road noise


Not expired, check again...
also cant see these
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neas1983

also cant see these


Nothing has changed, still same price and in stock...
paid £65 for a bog standard tyre yesterday
Wish there was one near me!
exactly the size i am looking for.Unfortunately no longer £51.30 but coming out at £62 each now
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