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Old 07-11-2012, 09:02 PM   #1
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Nitto Motivo All season tires

Hey guys, remember awhile back I posted that I won myself a set of tires thanks to member on this forum that recommended the challenge.
Anyhow, I'm here to share my experience with the tires after roughly 3000kms on it.


Great balance between ride comfort, traction and sportiness


Tire seems to be softer, thus it doesn't inspire much confidence during hard cornering and higher speed runs.


I've been amazed with these tires since day one. The original factory equipped dunlop runflats dsst have horrid ride quality, harsh transmission of every bump, seam and imperfection on the pavement. Don't hold traction on seams especially on turns and ramps. The motivo just delivers the ride quality in ways I couldn't imagine with the RFT. It made me feel like I'm in a more expensive vehicle overall. Wet performance was exceptional, I was able to corner at higher speed, and with less hydroplaning. Best part is when driven in city, it absorbs bumps, and imperfection on road as if I change the suspension setup. All and all, I'm very please with these tires, would definitely recommend to all my friends & forum members. Now I'm just curious how it will perform in winter.

Not sure how much these tires are right now, but if u ever though of getting urself a set of conti dws or general tires, Nitto motivo is probably the best of the three.
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Old 07-11-2012, 09:05 PM   #2
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its pretty hard to convince me about the nittos. im really happy with the gmax, and theyre already better than the dws.
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Old 07-11-2012, 11:26 PM   #3
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yep! I grabbed a set for my vehicle not too long ago. Best part is that it comes with a 100km warrenty
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