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Bridgestone Potenza S001 225/40 R19 89Y summer Review



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Description of Bridgestone Potenza S001 225/40 R19 89Y summer

Bridgestone tires are one of the most popular among Russian motorists. Despite the purely British name, the company was founded in Japan in 1930. The factory was founded by Japanese businessman Shojiro Ishibashi, who became the first tire manufacturer in Japan. Already by 1934, Bridgestone offered a wide range of products and opened the largest tire production in the city of Kurume. In 1962, the first truck tires were produced, and two years later, a tire with a radial design was born. The company grew rapidly, and in order to enter the European market, it was decided to open a representative office in Brussels. In 1982, Bridgestone released their first winter friction tire, which quickly gained popularity in Japan. In 2004, Bridgestone tires were fitted to the motorcycles of the legendary Suzuki racing team and immediately became the winner of prestigious races. In general, 2004 was a landmark year for the corporation - it was in this year that the millionth Bridgestone tire was removed from the assembly line. A few months later, two unique car factories - Ferrari and Maserati - decided to install Bridgestone tires on their cars. Nowadays, the Japanese company manufactures rubber for various vehicles - cars, trucks, buses, commercial vehicles, construction and agricultural machinery, as well as motorcycles and aircraft. It is worth mentioning the main features of Bridgestone summer and winter tires. Many summer models are made using the unique Run-Flat technology, thanks to which the car can continue to move even if the tire is punctured. And Bridgestone winter models have strong tungsten carbide studs, due to which the tire does an excellent job of handling on ice and snowy surfaces. Safety is ensured throughout the entire service life. In Japan, Bridgestone tires take first place in all ratings, and in the world - second after the products of the French company Michelin. Bridgestone has an extensive distribution network and offices in over 150 countries around the world. The core philosophy of the brand is to serve the community with excellence, and it has been that way since its inception. It is thanks to its commitment to development and innovation that Bridgestone is so loved by millions of consumers around the world.


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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Wonderful quality, one hundred percent satisfied!

Excellent tires, took in size 255 40 19 with Audi homologation. The track is not felt, the handling is excellent. I don’t know why everyone writes that oak and hard tires are very comfortable on the Audi Q3. Rubber made in Japan

  • Grip with the road, as if stuck Controllability Comfortable The track is not felt
  • Noise There is a strong protruding road marking Need a little warm up heavy

Revainrating 5 out of 5

A good quality product, I rate this purchase perfectly.

Rubber never let down, acceleration and braking are excellent, in wet and dry weather. Pros below: Excellent rubber, I have been riding it since 2022, wear is no more than 60%. Still ride and ride on it. Some advantages, especially at high speeds, the handling is perfect, it holds the road very well, the sidewall is strong. It goes well in puddles, does not float. I will buy new tires only like this, Japanese. Rubber is worth the money. Has cons: The only drawback is that the ruts are very…

Revainrating 5 out of 5

The best thing Ive ever used, a great item for everyone!

In the spring of 2022 I bought the same one (235/45 R17). Then each tire cost almost 9k apiece. Now (autumn 2022) the price is a little more than 6k per tire - which is not very clear, but nice) Some pros: very hard rubber = impossible to break a hernia on the side excellent road holding Cons below: noisy (but this is the reverse side of hardness, from which there is no escape). quiet rubber will be soft - which means that the risk of breaking through a lateral hernia on each road pit is quite…

I'm not sure that I have exactly S001, maybe another one from the Potenza series. I can't afford to buy it every season, so I won't buy it again. My dimension was: 225/45 r17 Erased to the cord ( Its pros: Unbreakable sidewall. Pits, joints - square discs and rubber at least something. RunFlat technology really saves. Some cons: Hellishly fast abrasion, and first of all in the center. With more or less dynamic driving, it will last for a season, alas. In the track, everything is very bad…

Revainrating 3 out of 5

Nothing ordinary, a normal product.

Riding is a pleasure, but from a practical point of view there are drawbacks, it would be better to increase wear resistance. Pros: Controllability at any speed, the car does not "float" up to the maximum values Got cons: 5 punctures in two seasons, this is the first tire I have repaired at all since I started buying new cars. Good runflat, no need to mess with the jack. No wear resistance. 2 seasons (total mileage 36 thousand in winter and summer) and that's it, and this is not with extreme…

Revainrating 5 out of 5

I was surprised by the quality for this price.

I returned to Bridgestone - earlier I had Bridgestone on almost all cars - different models and turnaza and adrenaline, ice cruiser, summer and winter, and I never experienced such difficulties as with Hankook. How many holes I did not catch, at 100 km / h on the highway, at crossings, at the junctions of overpes, not a single hernia and not a single side breakdown! Even the winter skatmpovka disks became square from the pits, but the tires did not let down. Neither winter nor summer tires were

  • I purchased this Bridgestone Potenza S001 tire in 235/45/R18 dimensions to replace the Hankook Ventus V12 evo2 of the same profile. Tire change became a necessary measure. After one punched in the cord - a hernia, the second punched along with a torn cast disk - I bought a new one, the third punched in the cord - I decided to change and no longer buy Hankook. Well him! Something I'm tired of riding it. Everything is fine, but it is unrealistic to go around all the pits on our roads. Advantages - on a good road, the Hankook Ventus handle is excellent, on a wet road, the handle is excellent. Braking is good. Noise is average. Turns into turns is great. Acceleration is good. Irregularities breaks very strongly, joints on overpes, pits, speed bumps breaks very hard. The Bridgestone Potenza S001 feels like a lot better than the Hankook Ventus. It does not make noise, pes through joints, pits, bumps very tightly, does not transmit blows to the body, and extinguishes them very effectively. The main plus, why the choice fell on it, is a very strong sidewall, very hard rubber and noise from it is not significant. Rides perfectly, you feel confident on the road, braking is good, acceleration is excellent, maneuverability does not suffer.
  • Everything good in Hankook Ventus is crossed out by one drawback - a weak sidewall, which essentially led to the rejection of rubber. It is impossible to constantly change tires due to broken roads. Bridgestone Potenza S001 - no flaws were noticed, maybe she doesn’t like rutting, but everything else is on top of her.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Great product, best quality.

Excellent tires, the manufacturer's flagship since 2022. I'm talking about potenza sport! Excellent handling at all speeds! Has some pros: Handling on the highway and cornering They go well on a wet road, as they have grown into the road. They behave well in a rut, do not throw it away. Strong, wear-resistant, durable boards. Its cons: Noisy, but an order of magnitude lower noise than s001, the previous model. And then only after 80 km / h.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

I am amazed at how well the product is made, just magically!

In general, I'm satisfied with the rubber, it's quite a cake for stock! Will I take it after it wears out? ! - I don’t know - hunting for a brighter and more aggressive pattern for such a bright car! Astra J GTC. mileage 41t. Km Has some pros: 235/45 R19 95W strong sidewall and rubber in general! The handle is awesome! Aquaplaning is absent with objectively adequate driving! Braking is great, acceleration is great! I like to fry sometimes as it should, never failed! I caught pits and hatches…

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Good and quality product, but there are flaws.

Ford Focus 3, size 215x55x16 It should be understood that the advantages and disadvantages are interchangeable, For example: If you want a quiet andcomfortablerubber, then you getcomttony handling, and most likely bumps. If you need tires with precise handling, you will have to listen to the hum of the goles andcomunt the joints of the asphalt I chose tires for myself according to the following criteria: a good grip in dry and rain, plus a rigid sidewall so that no bumpscome out and there…

  • Controllability Rigid sidewall Hold dry, I would rate it as "good" In the rain, it seemed to me that up to 110-130 km / h you can safely drive on a smooth road. In other cases, I do not exceed much, not because the rubber does not allow, but because it is unsafe.
  • NOISE Harsh

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Not a bad product, quite normal quality.

And so. There was a question of slippers 16/205/55. Having ridden a factory Michelin energy saver that has worn down to zero in three seasons. And in principle suited everyone. For a long, long, long time I thought and chose shoes for my Citroen hatch. Here are the options - bear pilot sport 3, Pirelli, eka with drive, Conti sport contact. After reading the tests, reviews and price analysis, there were two left - Michelin pilot sport 3 and breeches potenza c001 and adrenaline second. price…

  • Derzhak on dry and wet osfalte. Braking. acceleration. Lateral stability. Strength. pops up only in deep puddles and speeds. yes, and there’s nothing to drive through puddles) there’s still no such rubber so that it drives through deep puddles as if on dry land.
  • Does not like temperatures below 15 degrees. Slightly quick wear and tear, but better noise and control over the car than silence and buoyancy. in a rut it will jump out, but this is because of the solid sidewall. And not yuud mudaklm-dispersed so take both hands behind the wheel.

Revainrating 4 out of 5

The product is really good, I'm glad I bought it.

I'll do my part. I will quote one of the "speakers" with whom I completely agree: "If you want quiet and comfortable tires, you get cottony handling, and most likely bumps. If you want rubber with precise handling, you have to listen to the rumble of the wheels and count the joints of the asphalt." Having left on a regular Yokohama 205/55 R16 with a primitive pattern (which slid on wet grass when starting off and yuzala on sandy asphalt), I began to choose between the "hard" Bridgestone…

  • Controllability
  • a little noisier and harsher than regular summer

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Best price for this product, will buy more!

I drove this tire model for 5 (!) full summer seasons! I traveled all the way, the tread height is ZERO! Traveled on different roads, including dead primers with sharp stones! For 5 years, not a single wheel has shot, there is not a single hernia! The disadvantage in the form of noise is many thousand times compensated by the reliability of driving in any conditions, even in dry weather, even in the rain! Brutal grip in corners, We ride like on rails, no slip and squeal! Now for the summer…

  • 100% control over the car in the summer at any speed Very good wear resistance Very high impact resistance
  • noisy

I ride a Camry V6, the car seemed too rolly, it didn’t cling to the road. (There was a Michelin Primacy HP, very soft) and I decided to buy something interesting, I searched on the Internet, asked knowledgeable people, the result was Potenza S001. And I seemed to have moved to another car, it clings to the road perfectly! I began to enter turns much faster, the next day after changing shoes it started to rain. Checked, the machine holds the road perfectly, although there is a slight…

  • Holds the road very well! Wet coating is no problem!
  • On the front-wheel drive, with a very active ride (I like to start slipping), the front balloons were worn out by half during the season. Rear ones are almost new.

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Everything is fine, there are only minor drawbacks.

I took R16x55x205 for the front and R16x50x225 for the back of the Mark II Tourer V. Rigid and seems to be heavy. There are no particular complaints about the grip in corners and during acceleration, but it drops significantly at temperatures below 10 degrees. The sidewall is strong, because of this, the rubber is tough, even at a pressure of 1.8, all cracks go to the car. The durability seems to be good. Buying it a second time is unlikely.

  • Handle, handle in the rain, strong sidewall
  • Rigid

These are the best tires I have ever ridden. And I went on the course on half of all tires. They are just perfect. Turns pass as on the map. Puddles don't care. Brakes great. Comfort. No jump. It may be different on Toyota, but on BMW it’s just a song. And this is all on the 40th profile. The only tires that saved the disks on our roads. I can’t say for wear. Never reached the bald ones. Bought the same one for another car.

  • Comfort. Indestructibility. Derzhak.
  • Difficult to mount. Rutting.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

The quality is at the highest level, be sure to try it.

In the reviews about the rubber, it is necessary to report what it was used on. This is of great importance. (the mass of the car, its handling, torque, noise isolation, drive, etc., all this is clear from the brand of the car and volume.) The practice of operating this model is Mercedes clk W208, V = 3.2 l. There is no noise, who writes noisy, he needs to either change the car, or make soundproofing. Grip and handling are excellent. I tried it in a downpour on a fairly smooth surface (concrete

  • Excellent road holding both wet and dry. Light rolling.
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Rubber operated nineteenth radius, low profile. Before that, I used Potenza RE050 - and so S001 seemed to me a little more noisy, but! Almost the main drawback of the 050 is that the strong sensitivity to the track is solved here, and very well; the car stopped running. The previous series rolled almost to zero for 40 thousand km, let's see how it will be with S001. Dynamic properties Potents do not cause complaints in any generation, so if you need an iron "hold" on the roads for sane money…

  • Excellent traction, low chance of aquaplaning.
  • Noisy, but inevitable. Either a sporty disposition, or comfort and silence.

215/45R17. I really like how the car rulitsya on it, it's a pleasure to quickly take turns. Excellent brakes. He does not like the track, because "square" and hard. However, it is noisy, especially on coarse-grained asphalt. Rigid, you can not say that directly comfortable. If comfort is more important to you, then these tires are not for you. If driving performance and grip are important to you, then there is plenty of it.

  • Holds the road like a glove. Strong.
  • Noisy and heavy. Payback for merit.