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Kumho Solus KL21
Kumho Solus KL21
  • Price Range:  USD $122.99 to $275.99
    All Season

    First, 3~5% improvement in fuel consumption in proportin of Low Rolling Resistance (LRR) Second, 10% reduction in fine dust particle emissions when tire is rolling Third, calm and quiet for unparalleled comfortable driving Finally, Uncompromising performance through improved LRR

    • Tread Pattern and Shoulder decoration inspired by bambo shape
    • Optimal Tread Design to meet the requirement of low rolling resistance and traction/touring performance
    • Dynamic Serration symbolizing aerodynamic design
    • 5 different pitch array to harmonize low noise; wet and snow performance
    • Symmetric pattern for easier rotation

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    Overall: 2.7  
  • 6/9/2014
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  • Size: 225/60R17 (2010 Hyundai Tucson 4 Dr Sport Utility GLS with 600000 KM of Tire Wear )
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    Overall: 3.0  
  • 5/27/2014
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  • Size: ( 80450 KM of Tire Wear )
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    My wife and I have not had any problems with this tire in the Spring, Summer, or Fall. We live in the southeast and receive little to no snow. However; on vacation in West Virginia during the winter season... I'd agree that the tires are horrible for snow. Also, driving in heavy rain can give a less that desirable feel; at times it seems like the tires are splashy or slip. Overall their treadwear has been amazing. We just turned over 50,000 miles and I think we could go another 5-10,000 but we just aren't going to risk it. I can't truly compare road noise... because I drive a Jeep Wrangler with some beefy tires, so anything sounds better than that. I support the other comments about the tire not being a good choice for northern regions of greater than 2 inches of snow.
    Overall: 3.6  
  • 5/19/2014
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  • Size: 235/70R16 (2008 Hyundai Santa Fe 4 Dr Sport Utility GLS with 40000 KM of Tire Wear )
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    After 40K I am please with those rubbers
    Overall: 1.3  
  • 4/10/2014
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  • Size: 235/65R17 (2012 Hyundai Santa Fe 4 Dr Sport Utility GLS with 38616 KM of Tire Wear )
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    These tires came with my 2012 santa fe. They lasted 24k. I noticed sidewall cracking a few months ago. I have a comparison car that got tires about 2 months before I bought my Santa Fe and it has a different brand of tire that looks to be holding up just find under the exact same conditions. Tread-depth is still really good, but there is cracking between the treads and down the middle on one of the tires. These tires scare me. Not sure how making tires that last about half of the expected time is considered "eco." Maybe Kumho's owners also own a landfill?
    Overall: 2.4  
  • 3/10/2014
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  • Size: 235/60R18 (2011 Kia Sorento 4 Dr Sport Utility SX 18" option with 65969 KM of Tire Wear )
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    There is nothing "all season" about this tire! Horrible, horrible traction in any snow, to the point that my wife would not drive it if there was snow on the ground, as she was afraid of getting stuck on the smallest incline. In addition, they provide a really harsh ride and accentuate every bump or crack in the pavement. The only positive was that the treadwear was good...40k+ miles and more than 50% tread. Probably would be a decent buy if you live in a southern state, but if you are in the snow belt steer clear (no pun intended)!
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