Bridgestone Blizzak W965

4.0

Catégorie des prix:  USD $196,99 to $233,99

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Camion léger et VUS /Hiver/Économie

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Come snow or ice, the Blizzak W965 with UNI-T is built for business as usual, to keep commercial light trucks and vans on the move in winter weather. The combination of UNI-T technology and special tread blocks deliver sure-footed traction so you can count on meeting your schedule.

  • Tread Blocks - Helps improve snow traction for commercial use
  • Zigzag Sipes - Improves snow and ice traction by increasing the number of biting edges
  • MULTI-CELL COMPOUND - Removes the thin layer of surface water to improve grip on ice using millions of microscopic pores in the compound

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4,0

Bridgestone Blizzak W965
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(4.0)
Mouillé
(4.2)
Neige
(3.9)
Traction
(3.9)
Confort
(4.0)
Bruit
(4.0)
Indice d'usure
(3.5)
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Neige
5,0
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4,0
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4,0
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4,0

I have an '01 Ram 2500 Cummins diesel 4" lift and no spacers. Big heavy pig. Summer tires are 315/70 17 Cooper STT Pro. I tried driving in the winter in Ontario Canada with those tires and damn near died with only a few centimetres on the ground needed 4x4 for anything. I managed to find a set of 265/70 17 Blizzak W965 and I found them to be exceptional. The day I put them on I had to drive to the shop and it took 45 minutes to do the normal 15 minute drive in the freezing rain and ice pellets over 3" of snow. I needed 4x4 just to back out of the garage!! Rain would freeze to the windshield immediately. I've always had winter tires on everything else I've owned and firmly believe they are necessary. The drive home with the blizzaks took 15 minutes and never needed 4x4! I found through the winter I would use the 4x4 just to make sure it was still working since I never needed it. Never needed extra weight in the box. That day was the best test I could have given it; steep hills, long arched bridge with stiff crosswind, ice pellets, freezing rain, snow. I've gone through 3' tall snow drifts and they keep doing. Great tires. For a truck this size they feel a little sloppy but any winter tire i had feels that way, so I consider it normal.

Size: 265/70R17

Vehicle: 2001 Dodge Ram 2500 4 Dr Extended Cab Pickup, 6 Ft Bed Base (265/75R16 123 Q 8x16) with 6000 KM of Tire Wear

Anonyme made this review on 14/09/2017 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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Global:
1,4
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2,0
Mouillé
1,0
Neige
1,0
Traction
2,0
Confort
2,0
Bruit
4,0
Indice d'usure
1,0

Hands down the worst snow tire ever owned, and I have had many. its worse than an all season. best part is how expensive, bridgestone made out like a bandit with this POS. if you like zero traction at with any form of slight dusting or slush, then these are your kinda of tires. Even in thick snow others fare better. ipike or nokian from here on out.

Size: 245/75R16

Vehicle: 2008 Chevrolet Express 3500 3 Dr Standard Cargo Van Base with 5632 KM of Tire Wear

Anonyme made this review on 25/01/2017 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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3,7
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4,0
Mouillé
5,0
Neige
2,0
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3,0
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4,0
Bruit
4,0
Indice d'usure
4,0

These tires are absolutely useless on ice, and that is too bad because they are the very best tires in wet conditions, and not bad in fresh snow. They can be a handful in deep slush too if there is hard pack snow underneath the slush. As a delivery driver, driving 500 Km/day on all road types I was completely appalled by the lack of traction these tires offer on ice and hard packed icy snow. I purchased these tires expressly because of the Blizzak reputation and how these tires obtain a snow flake rating is curious to say the least. Having said that, they are probably the single best wet surface tire available and good on dry pavement as well. I have driven them in a blizzard with 25 cm of snow on the roads, and had no problems. However, on icy driveways, roadways and parking lots, I have never had such a poor performing tire where there is absolutely zero traction. I have literally slid off slanted icy roads going less than 10 km/hr. I would definitely not recommend these tires for ice conditions. They are not great tire getting out of deep snow once you stop, but are fair on snowy roads if you keep moving. The tires grab the slush and easily turn the vehicle sideways.

Size: 245/75R16

Vehicle: 2016 Chevrolet Express 2500 3 Dr Standard Cargo Van Base with 15000 KM of Tire Wear

Anonyme made this review on 22/01/2017 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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2,1
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1,0
Mouillé
3,0
Neige
2,0
Traction
1,0
Confort
1,0
Bruit
4,0
Indice d'usure
4,0

This is the only Blizzak tire I haven't liked. Poor traction in slush and snow! I live on a hill and we get stuck in 1" of fresh snow. The traction is excellent on hard packed snow though. My main concern is on dry pavement as these are very UNSAFE a with my van. There is significant overstever which makes the van hard to control at times. I have owned 4 or 5 sets of Blizzaks and purchased another set for my new 2015 Traverse that have all been excellent. Avoid these tires

Size: 245/75R16

Vehicle: 2012 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500 3 Dr Standard Passenger Van Base with 11263 KM of Tire Wear

Anonyme made this review on 04/12/2014 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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