We test 18 brands of 175/65R15 tyres, suitable for small cars such as the Honda Jazz, Toyota Yaris and Suzuki Swift.
29 Nov 2013 |
Our new rolling resistance test evaluates “eco” claims made by some manufacturers.
We've tested 15 brands of car tyres, including models from Bridgestone, Dunlop, Continental and Michelin.
24 May 2013 |
Find out which brands score best for braking and cornering performance in wet and dry conditions.
Performance on sealed roads is what sets these SUV tyres apart.
15 Nov 2012 |
We review 225 60R17 car tyres, which are suitable for many small SUVs on the Australian market.
You can’t rely on price, tread pattern or brand name to find the best-performing tyre.
10 May 2012 |
We review 18 brands of car tyres (215/60R16) priced from $105 to $229 each.
Maintaining the right tyre pressure helps keep your car on the road and money in your pocket.
19 May 2011 |
If you’re shopping for tyres, you don’t have to get the same ones your car left the factory with. We tested 18 size 175/65R14 tyres, costing $75 to $127.
Properly inflated tyres are safer, last longer and save you fuel.
19 May 2011 |
Gauges at petrol stations are not always well maintained which may affect accuracy. You may want to think about getting your own. We tested 18 models, from $5 to $80.
A novel way to alert you when it’s time to top up your tyres.
29 Oct 2010 |
These LED Alert caps for car tyres are a step towards safer and more economical motoring.
Safety is paramount when purchasing a new set of tyres.
31 May 2010 |
This size is currently used on a number of popular small cars such as the Ford Focus, Honda Civic, Kia Cerato, Mazda 3, Toyota Corolla and the Volkswagen Golf.
We tested tyres for a range of family cars, for cornering, braking and noise.
6 Apr 2008 |
For almost two weeks, our tyre testing team put their bodies on the line for you during high-speed cornering and emergency braking tests — and about 500 tyre changes
A simple device can help you keep your tyre pressure in check.
22 Feb 2008 |
If you’re one of the majority who find it a bit of a chore to check your tyre pressure on a regular basis, why not invest in a set of tyre pressure indicators that do the monitoring for you?