Test winner: Goodyear Efficient Grip Performance

More achievements: 1. place ACE 2015, 2. place ADAC 2015, 2. place ADAC 2015, 2. place Autozeitung 2013, 3. place ACE 2013, 3. place Autobild 2013, 3. place Automotorsport 2015, 3. place Autozeitung 2017, 3. place Gute-Fahrt 2017, 3. place Autoklub ČR 2017, 3. place Autoklub ČR 2016, 4. place ADAC 2013, 4. place Autozeitung 2018, 4. place ADAC 2017, 4. place ADAC 2016, 4. place Autobild 2016, 5. place Autobild 2014, 5. place Autobild 2014, 5. place Autobild 2016, 6. place Autobild 2013, 7. place Testworld 2014, 7. place Autobild 2015, 11. place ADAC 2014, 11. place Autobild 2018, 12. place ADAC 2018

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Sorted by final grade awarded by ADAC. The value in parentheses indicates the total weight of the criteria, which it has in the overall ranking. Grades are from 1 to 5 -lower is better. More information about testing is below the table.
The nameoverall ratingdry grip(20%)wet grip(40%)noise(10%)fuel consumption(10%)wear(20%)price
Goodyear Efficient Grip Performancepraiseworthy1.
Dunlop Sport BluResponsepraiseworthy1.
Hankook Kinergy Eco K425praiseworthy1.
Fulda EcoControl HPpraiseworthy2.
Nokian Linepraiseworthy1.
Pirelli P1 Cinturato Verdepraiseworthy1.
Vredestein Sportrac 5praiseworthy1.
Semperit Speed-Lifegood2.
Kumho EcowinG ES01 KH27good1.
Yokohama BluEarthgood1.
Michelin Energy Saver +good1.
Bridgestone Turanza T001good1.
Continental ContiPremiumContact 5good1.
Nexen N Blue HD 1good2.
High Performer Sport HS3good3.
Apollo Alnac 4Gsufficient1. Buy
Federal Formoza FD2sufficient3.
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The most common size 195/65 R15 appearing on cars: Škoda OCTAVIA, Hyundai i30, Ford FOCUS, Hyundai ix20, Citroën C4, Peugeot 307, Opel ZAFIRA, Suzuki SX4, Peugeot 308, Fiat STILO
Zdroj: Allgemeiner Deutscher Automobil-Club (ADAC.DE)
The methodology: ADAC ugives grade according to the weight of each of the criteria listed in parentheses. However, in order for the test to make sense, it's always the worst value that matters the most. If the tyre fails in some area, it's considered worse than being average in every area. This is because the total rating (excellent, good, satisfactory, ...) is based on the worst grade awarded. Therefore, if the tyre has at least one value higher than 1.5, you can no longer get the "excellent" rating if at least one value higher than 2.5 cannot get good rating and so on. This is because the weakest value has a major impact on overall security of the tyre.

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