One of the most respected German automotive publications – Auto Motor und Sport – as a result of testing tires for AWD models has revealed the winner. They became the Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric SUV, which showed better results in the final protocol of the tests. Long-term testing of the eight main representatives of the tire industry took place in the harshest conditions. Dry asphalt gave way to wet a solid sheet passed in the sand, then clay, and off-road areas in general slaboprohodimymi look. Experts Auto Motor und Sport said the superior performance of Goodyear for each type of coverage, separately allocating the level of grip on wet cloth and a better resistance to aquaplaning. In tests involving eight major competitors model Eagle F1 Asymmetric SUV confirmed its unique qualities in handling and braking, and set a new benchmark standards for rolling resistance, which affect fuel economy.
Verdict Test Auto Motor und Sport for tires Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric SUV looks like this: "Very confident ride, excellent traction and first-class braking on wet road surfaces. Good resistance to aquaplaning exemplary level of rolling resistance. " Goodyear brand director Hugues Despres does not hide his satisfaction summary test reports: "A model of gamma Goodyear Eagle F1 once again defended the flagship position in the segment, and all our team is pleased to achieve this result. Market SUV – one of the most demanding to the tires, a huge impact in this sector have more weight and higher center of gravity, so the best performance in complex of factors is extremely difficult. But we coped with the tasks, using rich and innovative experience of a winning strategy. No wonder this model is standard equipment of a number of representatives luxury-segment SUV: VW Touareg, Porsche Cayenne, Range Rover Sport and Audi Q7 . The victory in the comparative test magazine Auto Motor und Sport added a wide list of awards the entire family of Goodyear Eagle F1. Earlier honorary prizes battered by the leading British publication Autocar and Evo, the German Powercar, AutoBild and Auto Zeitung, as well as the Finnish Automobile Magazine Tuulilasi. More recently, a new model of Eagle F1 Asymmetric two distinguished itself in the comparative test Auto Zeitung, received rave reviews and expert advice.