Mastercraft MC-440 Tire Reviews
(Based on 10 Reviews)
Well...bought 7 new tires for two cars for $1000(great Goodyear & good Cooper), which got me to look at used tires(yeah, yeah.... a hex on me) for my Hyundai Accent. On the front, got a Bridgestone Potenza(free) & a Hankook(from my larger car) & two Mastercraft MC-440's for the rear, all tires much larger than OE tires for the Accent. After 10,000 miles, all the tires make a well balanced Accent combo, cornering well, almost snappily..... on dry pavement. In wet weather, with the Bridgestone low on tread, the Hankook with less than half tread, & the 440's with MORE than half tread.....the 440's progressively give up traction in hard cornering. In essence, an under-steer front wheel drive car (which is almost a universal characteristic), has now become a vehicle with progressive over-steer. I love the quick dry cornering & easily corrected wet cornering. But again, the 440's have less wet traction than Bridgestone & Hankook tires. Now my story is a great comparison of tires.
Ordered and received tires promptly. Communication was great. Tires mounted and installed. Another satisfied customer.
Great tires, I going to end up buying some food my father some day here soon
I have had great luck with Mastercraft Glacier Grip snow tires, and as of last fall they were made in the U.S.A. How disappointed I was to find this new tire was made in china.
It's going to be a year of purchase, I had put 9432 miles Tires thread looks new. Will buy them again,good price Good quality, good for an unrecognized brand