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Hankook
Hankook Optimo H727
Hankook Optimo H727
  • Price Range:  USD $75.99 to $169.99
    All Season

    The OPTIMO H727 is a touring specifically designed for today's luxury sedans. The computer calculated tread design. Featuring CCT(Carbon Compounding Technology) and FSO(Footprint Shape Optimization) affords the driver a quiet, comfortable ride along with uniform wear and long life. Hundreds of "sipes" and open grooves assures outstanding traction on rain soaked or dry road, especially in tight turns.

    • Solid Centerline Rib - Improves driving feel and stability.
    • 4 Circumferential Grooves - Quickly evacuates water from the footprint.
    • Converging Lateral Slots - Reduces noise and provides greater stability and ride comfort.
    • High density Siping - Hundreds of biting edges to improve snow traction

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    Overall: 2.3  
  • 3/11/2014
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  • Size: ( 1609 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    These tires slip way too easily on wet roads.
    Overall: 3.4  
  • 3/1/2014
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  • Size: 235/65R16 (2007 Saturn Vue 4 Dr Sport Utility Base (235/65R16) with 73210 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    These tires are much more "lively" that the Goodyears I had on previously. This is very predominant when driving on a concrete road surface with "draining tracks" cut into it. Here the car swerves from side to side and seems out of control. The tire is made from a material that appears very different from traditional tires. Sidewalls are very thin. I have damaged 1 tire sidewall beyond repair just by driving on a slightly rocky area, and I have had 2 punctures/flats in just 3 month. First ones in close to 40 years. This makes me believe that these tires are not particular robust.
    Overall: 2.5  
  • 2/2/2014
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  • Size: 205/55R16 (2013 Hyundai Elantra 4 Dr Sedan GLS with 28962 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    I live in Chicago area and have approx 18,000 miles and two winters of driving these tires. They are AWFUL in the now. There is nothing more to say. Every tire will do fine on dry pavement, but any moisture and these are spinning. If it's snowing, these are skiing down the street and through stops. Don't even consider these.
    Overall: 4.0  
  • 1/9/2014
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  • Size: 205/65R16 (2011 Hyundai Sonata GLS with 15000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    I live in Denver and grew up in Iowa and Michigan so I am a pro at driving in snow. The OEM Sonata tires were a joke, designed to inflate the MPG ratings for Hyundai. They were dangerous except on dry roads but they got amazing MPG. The Hankooks were the opposite. The first winter the snow traction was incredible, based on the more aggressive and varied siping but I lost about 3 MPG. Tires sounded a little more like snow tires than all season. Great traction in snow and road noise tend to go hand in hand because the tread is more aggressive. This is my 2nd winter and traction is still very good in snow. They would be better but they are inflated higher than normal because I now have NitroFil (nitrogen in my tires) so I get a softer ride even with higher tire pressure. It does effect the traction negatively as you might suspect but my tire wear is negligible this way. So far these are great tires but if you look at some of the reviews, I am noticing that owners of light weight vehicles are not impressed. Look at the advertising by Hankook and that makes sense. "Luxury sedans" may indicate a heavier car and the tire may do better with some weight. Personally, my lighter weight cars always got Michelin tires because one of their characteristics always used to be softer sidewalls which meant even a light weight car would depress the tire and you would get a softer ride. Not sure that is still true today but it was for 30 years or so.
    Overall: 4.8  
  • 12/21/2013
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  • Size: ( 483 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    Just replaced original tires on Camry..never liked them and the car drove awful in snow. Now car drives wonderfully in snow. I do notice some noise on certain roads, but nothing terrible. Have not had the tires long enough to talk about threadwear. So far I love them, particularly in the snow. Glad I bought them and the price was very good.
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