Dunlop Sport BluResponse 205/55 R16 91V - Fully Fitted  £56.75  F1autocentres
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Dunlop Sport BluResponse 205/55 R16 91V - Fully Fitted £56.75 F1autocentres

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Found 9th Mar
Great price for fully fitted Dunlop in this size

COMPA2015 code for £2 off
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Don’t get turned off by Dunlop just because Sports Direct comes to mind, these tyres are up there with the best. Great in the wet and one of the most fuel efficient tyres out there.
deleted13911399th Mar

Yeah - all good - except when your nearest F1 is about 180 miles away


At least they’ll be run in once home.
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Yeah - all good - except when your nearest F1 is about 180 miles away
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Yeah - all good - except when your nearest F1 is about 180 miles away
Michelin Primacy 4 91V £63.35
Nice find. Trouble is it won't be that price when I need to change my tyres in 9 months. Heat given. Thanks
deleted13911399th Mar

Yeah - all good - except when your nearest F1 is about 180 miles away


At least they’ll be run in once home.
Haha Dunlop, would rather have Kumho or some other ditch finders. Voted cold.
Good find, like the same tyre on my mx5 in a different fitment.

Good grip in wet and dry, keep testing it when safe to break traction and when it rarely does it's nice and predictable

That said I paid £210 inc fitting for 4 from tyresleader but they are £2 cheaper ex fitment currently so hot for me
Edited by: "finlay666" 9th Mar
Don’t get turned off by Dunlop just because Sports Direct comes to mind, these tyres are up there with the best. Great in the wet and one of the most fuel efficient tyres out there.
Great tyres, really good price. Asymetric so make sure the fitters pay attention!
dsuk18 m ago

Haha Dunlop, would rather have Kumho or some other ditch finders. Voted …Haha Dunlop, would rather have Kumho or some other ditch finders. Voted cold.


Clearly never tried them then, both Dunlop and Kumho are considered mid-range tyre brands but these blu-reponse are good tyres, great wet and dry grip with good life, the only think I would say is they are slightly noisy, I seem to remember the sidewalls being a bit soft aswell, similar to some Goodyear tyres.

Voted hot from me
Managed to get a huge 9k out of these before they wore down...i'm out.
Excellent deal - thanks

Had these fitted in Dec' 2015 and the car has covered 31k since
Any of yous have any decent prices for a 205 60 16?
nice but I just bought DEBICA :-|
Edited by: "fLiPeR" 9th Mar
dsuk1 h, 58 m ago

Haha Dunlop, would rather have Kumho or some other ditch finders. Voted …Haha Dunlop, would rather have Kumho or some other ditch finders. Voted cold.


You’d be totally wrong. Check a proper tyre test and you’ll see these actually perform really well.

Some BMWs come with these from the factory.
Edited by: "ollie87" 9th Mar
fLiPeR14 m ago

nice but I just bought DEBICA :-|


I hope you like ditches.
ollie8715 m ago

You’d be totally wrong. Check a proper tyre test and you’ll see these act …You’d be totally wrong. Check a proper tyre test and you’ll see these actually perform really well.Some BMWs come with these from the factory.


Having tried these and equivalent Goodyears I much prefer the Dunlop blu responses. Last much longer, better grip particularly when part worn (the Goodyear’s seem to deteriorate a lot) and similar noise levels. Very happy with them.
still using them. these tires are great for rough terrain. A bit noisier than I thought they would be.
Don't forget using code at f1 normally means they won't payput cashback.
Anyone know how these compare to the Uniroyal rainsport 3's? Preferably someone who's had experience of both of them.
bought these last year and they are ok. I do find them to be a little noisier than the kumho oem tires that were on my car.
dsuk9 h, 29 m ago

Haha Dunlop, would rather have Kumho or some other ditch finders. Voted …Haha Dunlop, would rather have Kumho or some other ditch finders. Voted cold.


Kumho aren't the worst, think Accelera or Mohawk!
What happened to the Hankook Aquaplaners that came bottom of the aquaplaning tests?
Possibly a great summer tyre but horrendous in the ice and snow! I’d go as far as to say this tyres performance was dangerous with little traction in the white stuff so unless you switch out for winter tyres i’d avoid these. My go to brand would be Avon for all round performance to price ratio.
Any advise for cheaper run flat tyres ?
JinkysOars25 m ago

Possibly a great summer tyre but horrendous in the ice and snow! I’d go as …Possibly a great summer tyre but horrendous in the ice and snow! I’d go as far as to say this tyres performance was dangerous with little traction in the white stuff so unless you switch out for winter tyres i’d avoid these. My go to brand would be Avon for all round performance to price ratio.


Had Zv5 and She and they were to soft and wearing too fast , now on Uni RS3, already done same mileage as two sets of Avon.
Waste of time these tyres, I wouldn’t pay a quid for them. Totally useless is the rain, do yourself a favour and get Uniroyals.
kenshirohl_.10 m ago

Waste of time these tyres, I wouldn’t pay a quid for them. Totally useless …Waste of time these tyres, I wouldn’t pay a quid for them. Totally useless is the rain, do yourself a favour and get Uniroyals.


So you have opened HUKD today account only to post this comment?... 85% for wet traction at tyrereviews looks pretty good
It's amazing how you can go to F1 for new tyres with a car that drove straight, no vibration at all to come away post fit and track to find the car now pulls and vibrates even after going back 3 times to be told by the slowest fitter in history the wheels must be buckled even though each rebalance showed the last one was out
kenshirohl_.29 m ago

Waste of time these tyres, I wouldn’t pay a quid for them. Totally useless …Waste of time these tyres, I wouldn’t pay a quid for them. Totally useless is the rain, do yourself a favour and get Uniroyals.


Uniroyals are for peasants. Bridgestone or nothing.....
£115 each for my car
Edited by: "5426angela" 10th Mar
cabbage44 m ago

Uniroyals are for peasants. Bridgestone or nothing.....


The peasants where you live must be particularly well-off then!
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only buy michelin tyres as they are best for low wear rate look at every bus and most heavy goods vehicles. you may pay more to begin with but it will be cheaper in the long run
CTTT9314 h, 27 m ago

Don’t get turned off by Dunlop just because Sports Direct comes to mind, t …Don’t get turned off by Dunlop just because Sports Direct comes to mind, these tyres are up there with the best. Great in the wet and one of the most fuel efficient tyres out there.


Dunlop is been sold to people who own Srixon golf
My car specifies 215 55 r16 so only only 10mm wider and slightly bigger diameter than these, but on equivalent make/model of tyres the 205s are around a third cheaper.
are these summer tyres please, we want an all rounder? thanks
Fitted these a month ago to my car after reading lots on review on various tyres. I think they are very good tyres for the price they are, especially in the wet where they hold really well. No idea on wear but I’d recommend them
Edited by: "dfaz" 10th Mar
Size is right but load / speed rating (91v) too low for my car.
cabbage10 h, 33 m ago

Uniroyals are for peasants. Bridgestone or nothing.....


Uniroyal are (or were) owned by continental and made in the same factory. I had rainsport 2 on my EP3 and couldn't spin the wheels up in the wet.

Fantastic tyres but didn't last if you gave it the beans 24/7. The rainsport 3 are the improved version and will be going onto my current civic shortly.

Would rather have them than the Bridgestone potenza dribble that comes as standard.
many thanks just in time
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