Cooper Zeon RS3-G1 Tire Review

Can these Cooper all-season performance tires live up to a sports-car owner’s expectations?

Read the full review at AutoGuide.com: http://www.autoguide.com/auto-news/2016/09/cooper-zeon-rs3-g1-do-all-season-tires-belong-on-a-sports-car.html

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Comments

MidEnginedSedan says:

Good summer tires will out break and out preform the best all season tires until the temperature drops bellow 7 degrees celcius. And good winter tires will significantly out break and out perform the best all season tires if the temperature is lower than 7 degrees celcius.

So even the best all seasons will be a bad choice, save for 2 reasons. If the temperature in your area regularly fluctuates significantly above and below 7 degrees. Or if you can only afford one set of good tires. Though you have to remember that having 2 sets that are only used for 6 months each year, means those two sets will each last longer.

Audiwan Kenobi says:

this review of your tires was ok but I would have appreciated it more if this was a instrumented test…..a stock tires car vs yours.

Redemption says:

Garbage review.

Rasheem Hakkhmann says:

You didn’t push the tire at all. Any chinese tire can do what you demonstrated.

DroverChicago says:

“What happens if you live in an area with all 4 seasons? Then you’re gonna want to switch to all-season tires.” No, you get a set of dedicated summer tires/rims and a dedicated set of winter tires/rims and swap them out according to season. Seriously, someone who lives in Canada ought to know better. For any car with any kind of decent performance, characteristics there’s no excuse for all-seasons unless you’re using them as your winter tire in places that have mild winters with occasional flurries like Kentucky or Kansas.

Kirk Lazarus III says:

what do you guys think of the michelin a/s 3 I’m considering purchasing a full set and would love to get some thoughts, Thank you and keep up the good work.

tigerbalm says:

Why does mudda Bridgetone Potenza’s for my Speed3 cost $260/ea when I can buy Michelin Super Sport for $150? Super Sports are the best performance tires for the road.

Martin Arciniegas says:

scion sport car? hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

Christopher Walken says:

This is not a sports car. It is much too slow.

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