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Date Registered: 05-2011
TOTAL POSTS: 130
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A-Evergreen some Chinese crappy tire
B-225/60 R16
C-$360 fitted for 4 tires
D-Standard road tires ,good grip for cheap tires
E-Desperately want something with 50/50
F-fuel no idea

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Date Registered: 01-2009
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Cooper Tires AT3
A. T215/75R16
B. A/T
C. $230 each
D. Great so far but its only been 2 days ask me after next weekends trip...

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Date Registered: 01-2007
Location: Melbourne, Wantirna
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A. Yokohama Geolander AT/S 215/70R15

B. All terrain 70/30 road / offroad mix

C. $230 per tyre , they recently had a price increase.

D. These are fantastic to drive on, much smoother and quieter than the prevous Cooper ATR's. They also hold the road better in wet and dry conditions. Limited offroad so far but should perform well. As others have said these suit the Xtrail very well, well done Yokohama.

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Date Registered: 05-2010
Location: Adelaide
TOTAL POSTS: 599
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A. Yokohama Geolander AT-S 225/60R17

B. All terrain

C. $300 per tire , probably last 4 in Oz at this time.

D. Excellent tire for the X-Trail. Speedo now only reads 2km/h slow. Need to be run at Nissan's recommended pressure ie Front 33psi, Rear 30psi and car feels "Right" - any more pressure and they become harsh (when loaded up for trip, I will have 35psi front and back) . Quieter than I expected (slight noise at times and very slightly more than original Dunlop ST20 - they do transmit a little more road noise). Wet and Dry grip is very good and performed very, very well in a recent trip to Grampians and Mt Napier. Car feels more stable and solid on road and economy about same as before (~9.5 L/100km city, 8.5 to 9.0 Hwy))



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Date Registered: 12-2008
Location: Hill Side
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Looks like a few people (according to the poll) running Toyo's but not a lot of comments.

I have a set of Toyo Open Country's
A. 215/65R16
B. Tread Pattern H/T
C. Will dig out the receipt when I get home!!
D. I cant fault these tyres, I have had them on for about 40,000K now and I reckon they are down maybe 40 - 45%. Not a lot of road noise and they have got me through some pretty boggy patches. Compared to other H/T tyres out there, the tread pattern looks pretty good as well. When it comes time to replace I will seriously consider going with Toyo's again and possibly to an A/T tread.

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Date Registered: 08-2012
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Bridgestone Dueller D697
A. 225 65 17 (removes a lot of the speedo error) 235 65 17 would get the speedo almost perfect & will get that size next
B. A/T
C. $249 ea (minus trade in for the standard fitted tryes)
Tyres fitted pre delivery after having the crap scared out of myself test driving a new vehicle in the wet on standard Dunlop H/T's.

The 697 is the updated version of the 694. It's a great tyre which I highly recommend. It has already proven itself in the mud on my vehicle.

I used 7.2 lt per 100km from Melb to Sydney (on a 43deg day doing the speed limit per my GPS all the way & air con on) with 1900km on the clock when I left Melbourne.

NOTE: If you still have standard size/profile tyres fitted, your fuel economy figures will be about 10% better than they really are as the speedo over reads by 10km/h at an indicated 110 with the standard size tyre fittment. (You are only doing 100 when it shows 110.) I've driven over a dozen T31's with a GPS and the speedo error has been either 9 or 10 km/h over reading at an indicated 110km/h on the speedo.


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Date Registered: 12-2012
Location: Newcastle, NSW
TOTAL POSTS: 78
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Goodyear Efficient Grip SUV.
215/65/16
~700 for 4 - $230 each, but got one free under the yearly offer they have

seem good so far. Decent in wet, quiet, great in dry. only had them for <1000kms

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Date Registered: 05-2012
Location: Sunshine Coast
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After 19,000 km, I ran the digital calipers over the OEM Dunlop ST20 tyres.

From some earlier posts I was expecting a 30 to 35,000 km lifespan.

I was surprised to discover that they still had 72- 74% tread left.

I know I'm soft on the way I treat the mechanicals, but at that rate of wear they would be good for 65-75,000 km .



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Date Registered: 03-2012
Location: Newcastle, NSW
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A. Hankook Dynapro M/T 235/70R16

B. Mud-Terrain

C. $808.00 for 4 tyres, fitted & balanced.

D. Observations:
-I've done just under 9000km on them now (8k onroad, 1k off) and they've barely worn (maybe 10-15%).

-Minor caution required when driving in the wet (although I've had a few close-calls and dodged a few idiot drivers since fitting the tyres and they've never let me down).

-Road noise is (apparently) noticable, although personally I barely hear it even with the windows down. So for a mud-terrain tyre, they have a respectable lack of road noise.

-Fuel is currently averaging 12.5L/100km, due to steel rims (sunraysia's), a wider profile and significantly larger overall diameter (58mm increase +/-)

-Speedo reads roughly 6-7km/h slow, so I always have to keep that in mind, haha.

-I'm pretty impressed with the onroad handling considering they are supposedly 80% offroad/20% onroad, etc. The previous OEM tyres were well-worn by the time they were replaced so it's hard to compare the two. Off-road they never cease to impress me! They've quite easily conquered mud, dirt, gravel, rock, shale, water crossings & clay so far, although I have a noticably difficult time on soft sand due to the aggressive tread emoticon


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Date Registered: 11-2012
Location: Broome
TOTAL POSTS: 547
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A: Bridgestone Duller D697

B: A/T

C:250 per tyre

D: Great off road especially in the outback NT. Road noise isnt really an issue unless i have the tyres at maximum pressures

Only done 5000km but so far i love them emoticon

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