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Last updated: 16 April 2018

Good car tyres are critical to ensuring your safety and the safety of your passengers. We track-test and review tyres from popular brands to help you find the best.

  • Select your appropriate tyre size to find the best fit for your car.
  • Not sure? Check the side of your current tyre or car manual.
  • Our tyres buying guide will also help you understand what to look for.
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Our test covers many sized tyres from brands such as Goodyear, Michelin, Bridgestone and Yokohama.

Our expert testers give every set of tyres a thorough workout to help find the tyres that:

  • are best at wet and dry cornering
  • have the shortest stopping distances in wet and dry conditions
  • have the lowest rolling resistance to save you money on fuel
  • offer you safety at a reasonable price.

Our interactive comparison tool helps you find out which brands are safer and the best value for money. Our Recommended list will help you quickly see which models come out on top.

We'd like to thank Morgan Park Raceway in Warwick, Qld, for ensuring a smooth test.

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Price paid per tyre. These are the retail prices at the time of publish. Tyre prices can vary considerably depending on the store or where you live, so shop around.

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Tyres come in different sizes for different makes and models of cars. Find your tyre size by checking the current tyres on your car or the car manual. Different sizes are not comparable, so this is the most important thing to get right.


Speed rating

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The maximum speed at which the tyre can travel. H (210km/h), T (190km/h), V (240km/h), W (270km/h), Y (300km/h).

Special tyre designs

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Directional models are designed to be fitted to the car so their tread pattern faces a particular way (usually marked with an arrow on the sidewall). Asymmetric (outside/inside) models are designed to be fitted to the rim so that a particular side (marked on the tyre's sidewall) faces outwards.

Load rating

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The maximum weight one tyre can carry. 84 (500kg), 89 (580kg), 91 (615kg), 92 (630kg), 94 (670kg), 95 (690kg), 96 (710kg), 99 (775kg), 103 (875kg).

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  • Dry cornering score
  • Wet cornering score
  • Dry braking score
  • Wet braking score
  • Rolling resistance score
  • Noise on coarse road (dB)
  • Noise on smooth road (dB)
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  • Brand
  • Size
  • Model
  • Availability
  • Speed rating
  • Load rating
  • Special tyre designs
  • US tread wear rating
  • US traction rating
  • US temperature rating
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