14 of the best car tyres for 2019 [plus epic tyre GIVEAWAY!]

To celebrate the launch of the Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 5 and SuperSport range we’re giving away a set of the new tyres fully fitted! To win simply subscribe and leave a comment below. The winner will be picked at random in May. Full terms are at the bottom of the description below. Good luck!

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Here are 14 of the best car tyres for 2019.

With summer just around the corner, now is a great time to plan what summer tyres you’ll be fitting in 2019.

There have been plenty of new summer tyres in the last 12 months, with Goodyear taking the fight directly to Michelin. Here’s how the new Goodyear VS Michelin battle stacks up, and a few of the other options on the market to consider.

Time links

== Top 6 ultra high performance tyres
01:32 – Continental PremiumContact 6
01:32 – Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 5
01:32 – Michelin Pilot Sport 4

03:11 – Continental Sport Contact 6
03:11 – Goodyear Eagle F1 SuperSport
03:11 – Michelin Pilot Sport 4 S

== Track day semi slick tyres
04:38 – Goodyear Eagle F1 SuperSport R
04:38 – Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2

05:48 – Goodyear Eagle F1 SuperSport RS

== Top 3 slightly cheaper road tyres
07:32 – Hankook Ventus S1 Evo 3
08:20 – Nokian PowerProof
08:49 – Falken Azenis FK510

== Top 5 premium touring summer tyres
09:06 – Michlin Primacy 4
09:49 – Continental EcoContact 6
10:29 – Nokian WetProof
10:55 – Hankook Ventus Prime 3 K125
10:55 – Falken Ziex 310 Ecorun

11:16 – Michelin CrossClimate+

Further information on the tyres talked about in this video can be found on the Tyre Reviews website


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Prize Draw Details

1. This Prize Draw is open to UK residents only (aged 17 or over) but is not open to employees of the Promoter and their families or anyone professionally associated with this Prize Draw. (please don’t down vote because of this, I’m working my hardest to open it up in the future)
2. No purchases necessary. Only one entry per person is allowed.
3. To enter the Prize Draw, entrants must subscribe to Tyre Reviews on YouTube and leave a comment.
4. The prize is one set of four car tyres up to the value of £1000 RRP.
5. Tyres must be fitted by a Goodyear Dunlop approved fitting centre
6. All standard fitting costs are included (Fitment, balance and disposal)
7. This prize cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.
8. If tyres cannot be provided from the Goodyear portfolio an alternative tyre from the Goodyear Dunlop Tyres UK Ltd Portfolio will be investigated/provided.
9. No cash alternative.
10. If Goodyear Dunlop Tyres UK Ltd do not produce a tyre in the winners’ size, no alternative can be offered.


Justin Hunter says:

Only if you could get these tyre in smaller 16inch wheels, no love for the Clio 172/182s 🙁

deeze67 says:

Well well, no tyre geek… But a grip geek 😉 (quattro powered with upgraded brakes)

JUDGE says:

Love this – sign me up. I also wonder where does Dunlop position itself and how do their tyres fare against the others.

Stuart Marshall says:

I’ve just bought an Up! GTI and words are that the tyres are pants, so if I win, put me down for writing a comparison? also, cool video.

rivaterrier says:

Will be needing a set of 19s. Happy to review!

James Shuster says:

Hope to win a tyre for my 3 series to review

Jack Hetherington says:

Loved the video, keep up the good work! Is the Bridgestone Weather Control one you’d consider to be up with the CrossClimate in terms of both summer and winter performance?

Robert Bekesi says:

What do you think about the Debica Presto UHP 2 205/50R17 93W XL? I have to change the tires this summer, but the top brands are also the most expensive, so I found these. Can anyone tell me more about them in real life? thanks 🙂

Zen Rana says:

Great information

swanny195 says:

Good info as always Jon, keep up the good work. No comment on the beard !

Gordon says:

Those UHP tires sure look sexy

David Li says:

Keep rolling!

Lance Hall says:

I’m glad Goodyear is getting back into the ultra high performance side of tires I just wish Bridgestone would too.

Jack Wern says:

Timely for me as I will need to buy a set of 4 tyres within the next few months. Need to be convinced if I’m to buy anything other than Michelin 4S!

JOHN McKnight says:

Love the research and honesty you share. I have a focus st and am searching for summer tires, you’re giving me solid ideas, thanx.

Reg Greetham says:

Could you review the Khumo PS91 tyre, vs the MPSS? I’ve actually had both fitted to my car and taken them around the Nurburgring with both sets and I was expecting the Khumo’s to fall down compared to the PSS, but the grip levels blew me away. They’re half the price too. Would love to see a video on here about them. Loving your work!

Peter Assel says:

Pricing confirms the shafting we get in Australia.

Mikkel says:

Looking foreward to see the m3 track project!

Sokolski 369. says:

I would be satisfied with 4 premium touring tyres in smaller size range between 14″ and 16″. I went to southeast Europe because of my job. Since then I traveled mostly through Republics of Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Oh boy, those roads out there. Mostly they are in bad shape, some are even worse, more like Passchendaele in WW1. My wish is to go to Romania this summer to drive on fameous Transfagarasan road. For those who don’t know what’s that, Google it, you would love it. Back to the topic, currently I’m driving small city car Renault Twingo from 2013. with 1.5 dCi putting out 75 HP in stock, but mine is tuned with stage 1 ECU remap to 100 HP and around 230 Nm. Sadly I bought the car in not so great condition. Before the ECU remap I’ve changed the clutch (flywheel is still stock) with OEM replacement clutch set from LUK including the master cylinder from LUK to. Next were crankshaft bearings which are weak spot on every 1.5 dCi since it’s introduction in 2002. Of course I’ve changed the oil filter (OEM part from Purflux) and the oil (OEM Elf FullTech 5-30W). For the crankshaft bearings replacement I had to take down oil pan which also required a new gasket. Oil change in shifter gearbox was next logic step (Total oil, I can’t remember the exact grade of oil). After thorough inspection of the brakes I’ve changed front disks and pads with Brembo ones, braking shoes in rear drums and DOT 4 brake fluid also from Brembo. I’ve upgraded shocks and springs with TA Technix ones lowering the car by around 4 cm. Additionally I bought SNR kits for mounting front shocks. Currently I’m rollin’ on Sava Eskimo S3+ in 175/65R14 82T winter tires which were on the car when I bought it few months ago. Why would I deserve to win tires for the review? I’m driving around 3000 km per month only to go to work and get back home. Passing through multiple countries, different types of roads, ducking potholes like in the minefield I’ll try me best to write down every part of the way from mounting new tyres untill the end which could probabbly be with new Winter season. Honest review, no BS like “Oh man I drove the left U-turn with 120 km/H without braking”. If you would like that kind review in heights ranging from 100 to 2000 meters with at least 30000 km in one season give your thumbs up for this post. Thank you very much.

Kirk Martinez says:

Good roundup!

Ethan Chua says:

i love goodyear

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