Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2 225/45/17 - £70.27 @ Love Tyres
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Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2 225/45/17 - £70.27 @ Love Tyres

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Found 23rd Sep 2014
Was looking for some new tyres and ATS wanted £110 each for these, so this looks like a bargain. good reviews to. most garages should only charge you around £5 a wheel to fit your own tyres to. so dont forget an extra £20-£25 ontop.

Fuel Eff.: C
Wet Grip: A
NoiseClass: 2 Noise: 69dB

The Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2 is a Max Performance Summer tyre designed for Passenger Cars.

Features and benefits:

Reduced braking distance on wet and dry roads
Ultimate wet and dry handling performance
Improved fuel efficiency
Quiet and comfortable ride
ActiveBraking Technology provides 10% shorter braking distance on wet roads compared with the performance of 3 leading competitors
6% shorter braking distance on dry roads compared with the performance of 3 leading competitors
7% better rolling resistance compared with the performance of 3 leading competitors
3% better wet handling compared with the performance of 3 leading competitors

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181 Comments

Bargain price, have the same size on my summer wheels but still have 5mm+ left.

this is a very good price. last time I bought them they were around £95

Their winter tyres in the popular 205/55/16 are cheap too.

had these fitted on the wifes car and have to say they are a fantastic all rounder , better than the bridgestone potenzas that were standard fit

Original Poster

yeah these will be my second set of 4 on my MK6 golf, hold the road like glue in wet and dry really.

asdatyres.co.uk/ are always a good price

grinnaslee

http://www.asdatyres.co.uk/ are always a good price



£89.49 for fitted on Asda oO

Recently had 4 of these (215/45/R17) fitted to a Civic at my local F1 Autocentre for £380, using a code from here (TCB too :)). A great price for buying individually, if you have a reputable and cheap fitter already.

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jcooper

Recently had 4 of these (215/45/R17) fitted to a Civic at my local F1 … Recently had 4 of these (215/45/R17) fitted to a Civic at my local F1 Autocentre for £380, using a code from here (TCB too :)). A great price for buying individually, if you have a reputable and cheap fitter already.



ATS charge me £25!!! lol
Edited by: "chrisgti" 23rd Sep 2014

Very cheap for these!

Dam an I just got tyres. Grr. Good price. Most round here charge 15 per tyre to fit.

Shame 225/45/18's are £114. Still not a bad price for good tyres.

£15 to fit a tyre near me

Worth nothing that these are also £86 at Kwikfit (I know, I know.. they are bad, so take pictures of your alloys first :))
However, they have £10 cashback per tyre at the moment, so works out as £76 fitted.

** EDIT ** I just checked and it seems they are £89 now.. (I had been looking a few days ago)
Edited by: "Swift_gti" 23rd Sep 2014

Pneus online should price match and beat by 3% + TCB\Quidco on top

chrisgti

Most garages should only charge £5 a wheel.


£15 a wheel around here ..... Where do you live, the 1980s?

wish my car took 225s, mine are 235, why 1cm makes a big difference in price i dont understand

Good price. Heat added.

I was looking for tyres recently and found that Goodyear's efficient grip performance has won many awards, so planning to go for it.

As already pointed out by others, it is atleast £10 for fitting.

Also if you have found something cheaper (somewhere like kwikfit and not comfortable going there) then you can try getting it price matched with main dealers. You then get best of both worlds - good price and a good service.

Anyone, please name a garage that will fit a tyre for £5.

Will any one who knows where to get tyres fitted for £5 or £10 please post it here as it will certainly help many of us.

National tyres are doing 10% off if you ''Like'' them on facebook link and book online, fully fitted, also free puncture repair worth £8 in there special offers.

National tyres

Free repair



Edited by: "adwozere" 23rd Sep 2014

jb66

wish my car took 225s, mine are 235, why 1cm makes a big difference in … wish my car took 225s, mine are 235, why 1cm makes a big difference in price i dont understand



It's down to how many units of each size they'll sell.
The tooling to make a particular tyre size is a significant cost and they need to recoup the cost of the tooling in the price of the tyre. So the more popular sizes they'll manufacture 100,000's units and spread the cost over all of those, yet the least popular sizes are only manufactured in the 1000's, so there's a higher proportion of the tooling cost in each one.

Original Poster

Baldricky

£15 a wheel around here ..... Where do you live, the 1980s?



Close - WALES.

Good price - check DOT code to make sure they aren't selling old stock.

So with asymmetric tyres do you need two spares depending on which side you need to put it on?

Great tyre for the price, have found mine (in 225/40/18 guise) to be very grippy but not the quietest

Great tyre these, have fitted them to my Maserati and the grip level over the Michelin Pilot Sports which were already on it is huge
Edited by: "tallphilc" 23rd Sep 2014

mid priced decent all year tyres? never had a problem with all season tyres on my car in winter and i drive a rwd.

Great deal, i think these are great tyres. I have these on my celica gt4, seriously good in wet and dry. And can you believe it my size 235 45 r17 cheapest. But got good 5mm in mine, and i only do 2000 miles a year in car. Daft buying and storing for 2 years.

Which garage fits for £5 and balances the wheels ???

My garage charge £10 a wheel nothing less ... and they're a back end garage as well not a franchise.

I have the exact same size and profile on my car - nice tyres, grippy enough and don't make too much noise. Will swap them out in the winter though.

These tyres are great. I bought two front ones for my car about a month ago and another two for my wifes car about a week ago. They are very quiet and grip really well. I paid about £95 each fitted and balanced at Asda Tyres for the reinforced ones. But if you can get them fitted and balanced cheap then go for them.

theybrokemywatch

So with asymmetric tyres do you need two spares depending on which side … So with asymmetric tyres do you need two spares depending on which side you need to put it on?



It will be ok if you're careful IMHO - just watch it in the wet, which you should do anyway with a spare that is different to the other wheel on the axle.
Think about it this way - it will be a damn site safer than those god awful spacesavers spares so many cars come with these days.

awesome tyres

jb66

wish my car took 225s, mine are 235, why 1cm makes a big difference in … wish my car took 225s, mine are 235, why 1cm makes a big difference in price i dont understand



Exactly. I just looked and they are £166 and fuel rating E which seems strange for the same model in a different size. The car came with Dunlop SportMaxx but they are nearly down to the marker after 13.5k miles.

Great performing tyres because they are soft as putty. Slap them on a heavy FWD car and they will get eaten very quickly.

Try cleveland garage in bournemouth .do a good job £6 pertyre incl vat won't take cash

How does the purchase work exactly? Pay for them online and then go to the approved travel centre? Is the price "all in"?

As for the tyres, bear in mind that they're primarily summer / dry weather tyres.
Edited by: "Picard123" 23rd Sep 2014

Also why are there 2 prices - £79 and £70?

Given that it seems you have to pay £10 / tyre for fitting (and also find a local tyre fitter who will do it), I'm tempted to pay slightly more and get mobile fitting from Event Tyres simply for the convenience / time saving.
Edited by: "Picard123" 23rd Sep 2014
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