I've owned my MK3 Mondeo for 1 year now, its a 2006 2.0 Mondeo Edge (TDCi). It came when haggling with the Ford dealer with a new set of tyres (and quite a few other things) (I got a bargin) however in just 1 year, and only just 12K miles, I have been advised 3 of the 4 tyres are very close to the legal limit (the 4th on its way).. These are all equal wear, and the tracking, pressures have always been good.
With such low mileage, I was a little surprised at how little mileage these Pirelli P6000 tyres seem to be quoted to do.
Now looking for a set of 4 replacements, and have come to this forum wondering what are other people using?
I'm looking for good all-rounders. Something that will do 20 - 30K (hopefully) and grip / not aquaplane on both country and motorway type roads.
I've seen Michelin have an "Energy Saver" tyre that some reviews have quoted to do 40K miles+, one chap even quoted 110K - however for the size, weight, and fun the Mondeo can be to drive, would I be compromising the grip the P6000's currently provide?
It seems rather an expense to buy new tyres each year.
Does anyone have a good all-rounder for grip with minimal wear..
Really appreciate any recommendations to save my credit card each year :-)