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Dear all,

 

Any comment on the new launch Yokohama Tyre

 

https://www.yokohama-online.com/Tyres/Car-Tyres/SUV-Off-Road-Tyres/(product)/RV02

 

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not sure leh... i was planning to change Premacy 3st... now saw this RV02.....

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reviews in this forum:-

 

http://www.sgcarmart.com/products/overview.php?ID=9363

 

 

The Yokohama BluEarth AE50 is a Premium Touring Summer tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Cars. 

  1. Fuel-efficient tyres with higher safety performance 
    - Stop in front of two cars (vs. EP400) 
  2. Multiple performance
    - Stable maneuverability for heavy passenger cars
    - Fuel Saving, Wet GRIP and Long, mileage are improved to the best balance
  3. Provide friendliness for environment and human/society
    - Reduce Pass by noise (external noise)

Suitable for drivers having heavy passenger cars, pursuing safety and total balance.


Features

  1. Customised nano BLEND compound
    - Increase orange oil and adopt double silica. To derive the performance of various polymers and compounding agents to find the best balance of fuel saving, wet grip and long mileage.
  2. Powerful Asymmetric, New Silent Design
    - Adopt tread pattern and construction suitable for heavy passenger cars and reduce the weight simultaneously.
    - New Silent Design keeping silence after wearing.
  3. Aerodynamics
    - Not only to reduce rolling resistance of tyre itself, but also we aim to reduce the fuel consumption of tyre on the car.
    Adopt dimple side design and profile to reduce air resistance.

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Installed on harrier.

 

225/65/17 inch. 106V

 

106 is load index for 950kg for each Tyre.

V is speed rating for not more than 240km/h

 

Conclusion, specification is pretty good.

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Installed on harrier.

 

225/65/17 inch. 106V

 

106 is load index for 950kg for each Tyre.

V is speed rating for not more than 240km/h

 

Conclusion, specification is pretty good.

TOYOTA HARRIER  225/65/17 ORINGAL  TIRE SIZE [thumbsup]

106V = 950KG PER TIRE X4PC = 3800KG = I DONT REALLY THINK YOUR CAR NEEDS SUCH A HIGH LOAD CAPABILITY

IS QUITE STRANGE FOR YOKOHAMAN TIRE COMPANY TO DESIGNE SUCH SPECIFICATION FOR HARRIER

V = SPEED  NOT MORE THAN 240KM/H [thumbsup]

ANYWAY THE TIRES LOOKS GREAT TO ME.

BUT YOUR WHEELS LOOKS LIKE QUITE DIRTY AND PROBABLE NEED A GOOD RIM WASH , AND DIDNT THE WORKSHOP WASH AND RINSE YOUR RIM DURING YOUR TIRE CHANGING ? [bounce2]

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This tyre are specially design for mpv and cuv to withstand a higher load index to reduce uneven wear and at the same time does not sacrifice the comfort and silents. and a better wet grip compare to the yokohama ae50 

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Just changed to this tires.

Harrier 2014 model, tire is 235/55R17.

Initial testing looks good. Sound of tire is quiet, cornering is good, grip on dry roads no complaint. Need more time to test. Changed at Top Hill Setia Alam, price was RM600 all in. Original was RM620 but our friendly shop owner gave discount since I changed all 4. Service also fast.

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Just changed to this tires.

Harrier 2014 model, tire is 235/55R17.

Initial testing looks good. Sound of tire is quiet, cornering is good, grip on dry roads no complaint. Need more time to test. Changed at Top Hill Setia Alam, price was RM600 all in. Original was RM620 but our friendly shop owner gave discount since I changed all 4. Service also fast.

So Cheap.?Just S$50.00 per Tyre.?

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So Cheap.?Just S$50.00 per Tyre.?

 

not cheap...super cheap leh..... :a-happy:

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Hahaha .. RM600 per tire bro, sorry for the confusion. All in was referring to alignment and balancing included.

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Hahaha .. RM600 per tire bro, sorry for the confusion. All in was referring to alignment and balancing included.

Slightly cheaper than S'pore,usually in Malaysia,Imported Tyres won't be Cheap,because Malaysia imposed Taxes on Products that their own Country got made...

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can use on Porsche Cayenne, Porsche Macan and the Jag F-pace or not.

Even China Made Tyres also can be use for the SUV above,only depends on Owner.....need those Grip or not.? [:)]

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