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Goodride SV308

4.9 stars overall rating (based on 5 reviews)
80% of reviewers would buy this tyre again
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5
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The Goodride SV308 is a Premium all-season touring tyres with M+S rated offering consistent highway performance, Improved tyre structure guarantees a comfortable smooth ride designed tyre to reduce road noise significantly
5 reviews
What other drivers are saying
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5 out of 5
Charles Gardner, 05 Jun 2017
5 out of 5
Westlake tires
Excellent handling,wet or dry road conditions, have driven about 5000 km/3000 miles through various road conditions up to 120 mph /200 kph, returned from a road trip through the Rockey mountains, performance was great, would recommend to anyone. 225 R 50 17 2009 Honda exl coupe 5 speed standard stock
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5 out of 5
Brian S, 09 Oct 2016
Mitsubishi GTO Twin Turbo
5 out of 5
Great Value for Money
I have these installed in size 225/50/17 on a 280hp Mitsubishi GTO, and to be honest they are very good. In the same category as Kuhmo s etc for less money. The steering and handling are very good in the dry and marginally less in the wet but still 7/10. I find them quiet and have low rolling resistance so more fuel efficient than most tyres. I would definitely buy them again.
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5 out of 5
Falcon23, 08 Sep 2016
5 out of 5
Great tyre
Purchased a set of four tyres of the SV308 for my Ford Falcon XR6 and are very happy with the purchase. These tyres hold their grip if pushed hard in the dry or wet and really are worth purchasing. My previous set of tyres were the Goodyear Eagles F1 and these tyres have a better ride when compared.
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5 out of 5
Dell, 05 Jul 2010
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee
5 out of 5
Good product for a good price.
As an All Terrain tyre these fit the bill very well. If I were going to do any more serious 4WD ing I would invest in something more robust (and expensive!) but for just getting off the beaten track, at around half the cost of the name brands, these are great value for money.
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4.4 out of 5
ArgeyBargey, 18 Jun 2010
2009 Honda accord euro (Acura TSX)
4.4 out of 5
Cheap tyres and it shows
Poor wet grip, lots of wheel spin when taking of lightly in the wet, soft side walls give a handling and steering accuracy. These tyres are a good example of you get what you pay for. However they are very cheap compared to bridgestone, michelin etc, so if you arent looking for performance at all and would otherwise buy cheap tyres they probably are worth buying but dont be fooled that these tyres perform anywhere near bridgestone potenzas or Michelin pilot sport or even the mediocre goodyear assurance triplemax. Also there is an odd tread pattern on the side blocks they have gone and put a series of grooves on them, no other manufacturer does this at this angle and it simply makes the performance worse as well as the edges of the grooves seem to wear and chip off on the edges of the grooves. Ive have had worse cheap tyres so I give 2 stars rather than 1. However they should wear fairly well given they are fairly hard compound
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