Put these on to replace factory tires, been great. Put 100 miles a day on commute for work. Handle great and are quite, got a little noisier as time went by but never that bad compared to stock tires. Great traction and handling at speed, get a little loose in heavy rain(heavy downpours), but in normal wet driving are excellent. Putting new set on now, 37K not to bad for 50 K tire, probably would have got more life out of them with regular rotation
Worst tires I've ever had. They were on the car when we purchased the vehicle, so I had no choice. After 20k miles, I have to replace all 4 tires because the side walls are separating and 1 had blown out while driving. Luckily, I was only going 30 mph at the time or it could've been a lot worse.
Driving in the rain is scary. Hydroplaning is a given, no matter what speed or how much water is on the road.
We don't get much snow where we live, but ice is guaranteed in the winter. So that's even worse than just wet roads. Even with great tread, there's no traction.
The only time the drive was decent was in dry weather, and even then the road noise is unbelievable.
Blessing in disguise that I have to replace them all, because I can get a better more dependable brand.
These tires were recommended by the dealership when I bought my car. I will never understand why.
I have absolutely zero traction on ice, and I fear for my life when I'm on the freeway in winter. Car sways in icy conditions. Stay away from the IG20
These tires are absolute s**t i had them on my g/f's huyndai and that car would get stuck in 4 inches of snow time and time again. There is a reason why the ride is so nice and they are so quiet and that is because they arent true winter tires. If you plan on encountering anything more than dry pavement these tires arent for you!
These tires came on my 2013 Hyundai Veloster, I have 26,720 miles on the car. I have the tires rotated regularly (every other oil change) and have them balanced. The inner tread looks ok, but the outer tread is almost gone. After hitting a pot hole, I had to buy a new tire, and I've had to get two tires patched or plugged for running over screw, and a thin piece of metal.