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    Default Vrederstein Ultrac Sessanta tire

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    Thinking about changing to these tires on my car..

    The sizes is 245-30/20 at the front and 285-25/20 at the back..

    What are the comments about the tire..?
    2006 Opel Vectra C OPC Estate Arden Blue 255bhp Heated full leather Climate control Full powerflex rear suspension Power tailgate Retractable Towbar Eibach 30mm Original BBS RS-GT 2-piece forged 20" with 225/35 front and 255/30 rear HID 5000K Autolights Rainsensor Dim rearview mirror Heat reflective windscreen 280bhp airbox mode Tinted windows PDC

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    Heard good things about the tyres but why do you want wider tyres on the back?

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    Great grip but they did not last me very long.
    My old Signum, the animal; she now rests in pieces in several other members cars.. https://www.vectra-c.com/forum/garag...vehicle&id=200
    The wifes vec show car, started as a standard daily driver and ended up like this. https://www.vectra-c.com/forum/garag...vehicle&id=709



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev_A View Post
    Heard good things about the tyres but why do you want wider tyres on the back?
    Because that is what I currently have on the wheels from last year...

    They are alot cheaper the the Continental Sport Contact 5P that I have right now..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caveman_nige View Post
    Great grip but they did not last me very long.

    How many miles was that? Because the Conti 5P´s dosen´t last long either.. about 10-12000miles.
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    I think about the same then. I switched to goodyear assymetric 2 and they are excellent in all catergories. The reviews online are all saying what a great tyre it is as well. I habe tried a few types now and these are so far proving to be the best I have ever purchased and I don't skimp on tyre buying, I want to stay on the road.
    My old Signum, the animal; she now rests in pieces in several other members cars.. https://www.vectra-c.com/forum/garag...vehicle&id=200
    The wifes vec show car, started as a standard daily driver and ended up like this. https://www.vectra-c.com/forum/garag...vehicle&id=709



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    Quote Originally Posted by Caveman_nige View Post
    I think about the same then. I switched to goodyear assymetric 2 and they are excellent in all catergories. The reviews online are all saying what a great tyre it is as well. I habe tried a few types now and these are so far proving to be the best I have ever purchased and I don't skimp on tyre buying, I want to stay on the road.

    The Vredersteins or the GoodYear´s
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    Put these on last week and they are superb!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hummelshøj View Post
    The Vredersteins or the GoodYear´s
    The better reviews were for the goodyear. I do like the sessantas, they were very good and my tyre of choice until I realised how much was left after 6 months.
    My old Signum, the animal; she now rests in pieces in several other members cars.. https://www.vectra-c.com/forum/garag...vehicle&id=200
    The wifes vec show car, started as a standard daily driver and ended up like this. https://www.vectra-c.com/forum/garag...vehicle&id=709



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    Still don't understand why you'd use staggered sizes on a FWD car

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