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TYRE DETAILS
Bridgestone
Potenza S001
Size: 245/45R18 100Y
Load: 100 (800Kg per tyre)
Speed: Y (Up to 300Kph)
Runflat: No
Description
Bridgestone Potenza S001 is ultimate and designed to make the world's most powerful vehicles perform better. The tyre demonstrates balance by being able to meet the demands of both luxury sports cars and the new breed of extreme sport models. The tyre achieves optimum road contact maximum exhilaration when cornering and high braking force. Being tuned for the wet will allow you to experience better traction to combine with high-speeds and end up with a quiet comfortable and safer ride.
Warranty
All tyres are backed by manufacturer's warranty against defects in design and faulty workmanship.
Reviews
Overall Rating (based on 14 reviews)
3.8 stars
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Scott Mackenzie 29 Jun 2019
(2016 Mazda MX5 21000 km)
2016 MX5 with Bridgestone Potenza S001 The Bridgestone Potenza S001 are a very good all round tyre. They grip well in the dry and wet. Hign speed cornering in the MX5 with these tyres is a hoot. I have been very happy with their performance and will most likely replace them at 40K's with ... Read more

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Scott 10 Jun 2019
(2016 mazda mx5 20000 km)
Bridgestone Potenza S001 Bridgestone Potenza S001 205/45/R17 - are a perfect match for the MX5. I run that tyres at 250 PSI (Factory says 200PSI) and the car is glued to the road. About 50% very even wear at 20,000Kms. For the tyre performance/wear-rate/cost - I don't think ... Read more

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Johna52 10 Nov 2017
(Volkswagen Golf GTI)
A detriment to my new GTI New VW GTI Mk7 came fitted with these in 2014. It wasn t until they wore out prematurely after 38000km of conservative driving and were replaced with Michelin PS4 s that I realised the qualities of the car. The 001 s were hard riding, nosier and had ... Read more Similar opinion? Write a review!
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