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    Having picked up my first Vectra last week (1.8 vvt sri sat nav) and very impressed with her,

    What is everyones preference on replacement tyres.Currently Goodyears are present.

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    goodyear Eagle F1's...love em..a drivers tyre..

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    I'm a Bridgestone man myself, I like the road holding and long wear of them, the only ones I would consider switching to are Michelin in the premium bracket, I used to run cheap tyres but when you odds it up for safety alone another £100 a set is a no brainer, mid range I would go for Firestone or Hankook, again both offer a good quality level.

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    just got a pair of GY eagle F1's on mine, £161 all in. seem a lot quieter than the nct's. still to see how well they grip though

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    Just ordered a pair of 225/45 Goodyear Eagle F1 GSD3 from blackcircles.co.uk - £89.95 ea including VAT & Fitting.

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    I've just replaced the factory fit Bridgestone ER30s with ER300s. They last a long time and have won a number of comparative tyre tests this year - they score particularly well on handling/braking in the wet in these tests.

    I know that some people have complained about road noise with these tyres and on some surfaces they can be a little noisy but I'd rather stay on the road when it's wet!

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    Running Michelins....good tyres, you get what you pays for....and I DONT do cheap tyres, because they will DO you!

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    Ive got Dunlop winter sports on mine, i wouldnt have bought them myself cos Dunlop are so expensive, but i have to admit, there bleedin brilliant, road holding is awesome

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