Description of Yokohama Ice Guard IG50 215/50 R17 99Q winter
- Japanese quality is generally soft, pleasant, and quiet.
- Lack of
- Grippy, without any bumps, and very smooth.
- Possibly not the quietest option.
- There are only two of them here) This is made in Japan and the appearance of the tire with the presence of flanging to protect the rim of the disk.
- On iceguards last winter, it was generally gorgeous. No skidding, no slippage, the working tread is more than enough. And in general, the wheels look good on the car.
- I am still satisfied with the purchase, they will delight me next winter for sure.
- on dry pavement very quiet 5 wet pavement 5
- NO on the ice, as if you were on a summer
- Quiet, soft (however, like all Yokohama Velcro)
- Price For a city where they clean and pour reagents, that’s it! Silence in the cabin!
- The rut is very felt, but I got used to it quickly Consumption increased slightly
- Good linden, quiet. Fully reveals its advantages at temperatures below -10. I have been using only Yokohama Icegard for the last 10 years, first thirty, then fifty. There has never been a breakdown of the sidewalls during this time, although they are soft and thin. Once I caught a hernia due to inattention and left with it without problems until the end of the season, although it got out decently. Punctures are very rare compared to summer tires.
- At positive temperatures too roll. On bare ice, you need to slow down carefully and in advance, but this can probably be said about any linden.