Triangle PCR TR928 Tire Reviews
(Based on 4 Reviews)
T-H-E Best tyre in an 'EL CHEAPO' Tyre. My hook-up installed a set of four, mounted, balanced, valve stem, disposal fee and TAX $195.00 out the door. That's $20.00 tyre plus, plus. I push a 1999 Madza Miata with P-195/60R-14s (86H) commuter 'kiddie car' that has lots of toys on her e.g., Brembo Slotted Rotors, EBC GreenStuff pads, stock calipers & Goodrich steel cables. These are not UHP tyres but ALL SEASON-Performance Tyres. They look mean & aggressive, they G-R-I-P the road, they drift fabulously, low road noise and the wear is not bad for a performance tyre---I'm Yellow (barely) up front & green on my rears. I had Bridgestone All Season Radials on her and lost TWO TYRES at the same time (idiot dumped bolts on the freeway). I was inbetween pay cheques and my Homie sneered "$195 OTD" You'll love 'em. The Company is called TRIANGLE and is the largest Tyre Company in China. Hey, Pal...don't roll yer eyes and sneer "Made in China" Hmmmph!!! My iPHONE is made in China as is this Phablet I'm typin' on. My average commuter speed is 'between 73-90mph' and these CNTT GLS TR928 P-195/60R-14 (86H) tyres are quite a step up from my Bridgestones All Seasons Radials (FYI, I would KILL to know what the OME BridgeStones were on my 1991 Miata---I L-O-V-E-D those tyres!!!). The NEGATIVE is this tyre doesn't like water---someone spits out the window in front of you---pull over until the road is throughly dry!!! CAN NOT BEAT FOR THE PRICE!!! If you into DRIFTING---these are your practice tyres!!!
Great tires great service
I replaced this time only 1 tire. But I have this model on the car since I bought is (about 70,000 miles ago) and I will stay with this because they have a good price and handling is ok.