Kumho Tire Reviews

 

Kumho reviews by model

1.

Review Summary

In conclusion, based on the impressive review scores and overwhelmingly positive user reviews, we highly recommend the Kumho Crugen HT51 tires. These tires offer excellent dry and wet traction, with a reliable grip on snow and ice. They are also very quiet and comfortable, with a long-lasting tread life. Overall, these tires offer unbeatable value for their price, making them an excellent choice for any driver.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
91.07%
Wet Traction
88.99%
Noise
87.10%
Comfort
88.06%
Tread Life
88.06%
Snow Traction
83.10%
ice Traction
78.14%
2.

Review Summary

Based on research, the Crugen HP71 is ideal for drivers who want an all-season performance without breaking the bank. It performs incredibly in dry, wet, and light snow/ice conditions. It has a great ride, excellent steering response, less noise, and promotes more comfortable and confident driving. A perfect fit for SUVs and Crossovers one can use on highways, track, and occasional off-road driving.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
89.19%
Wet Traction
84.22%
Noise
83.14%
Comfort
85.30%
Tread Life
85.30%
3.

Review Summary

Based on our research, the Kumho Ecsta PS31 tire is a satisfactory max-performance Summer tire on dry roads. From the data and user experiences that we have collected and put together, we suggest this tire will serve you well on dry pavements in warm weather.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
83.15%
Wet Traction
80.00%
Noise
81.16%
Comfort
83.15%
Tread Life
83.15%
4.
Kumho Ecsta PA51 - 185/55R16

Key features

  • Handling in dry conditions is excellent and makes this tire a good all-season choice for drivers who live in areas with few precipitations.
  • Noise and comfort levels are what set this tire apart. It’s an area where the Kumho Ecsta PA51 outperforms more expensive tires.
  • It’s a durable tire with a normal rate of treadwear and an extensive warranty that lasts six years.

Review Summary

Based on our research, the Kumho Ecsta PA51 is a good all-around tire adapted to the needs of most drivers. It delivers good performance in terms of durability, handling in dry conditions, and noise levels. It even outperforms more expensive tires when it comes to noise and comfort.

However, there are a few drawbacks drivers should be aware of. This tire falls behind the competition when it comes to braking performance. Handling in wet conditions is also below average.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
89.09%
Wet Traction
83.03%
Noise
80.00%
Comfort
81.09%
Tread Life
81.09%
5.

Review Summary

From the research, data, and customer reviews that we’ve collected and processed for this Kumho Majesty 9 Solus TA91 review, we can undoubtedly recommend these tires highly.

The Solus TA91s delivers in every category. From performance to price, they’re solid and handle well in severe kinds of weather. From dry to moderate snow we think the TA91s would be a good tire for your all-season needs.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
91%
Wet Traction
87%
Noise
88%
Comfort
88%
Tread Life
88%
Snow Traction
69%
ice Traction
65%
6.

Review Summary

After completing extensive research on the Kumho Road Venture AT51, we’re confident telling you that this is a good tire for the price point. Trusted tire testers and reviewers have also indicated this tire model performs well on most different types of terrain.

It is easy to maneuver and has excellent traction. All-terrain tires, in general, make an excellent option for trucks, jeeps, and other SUVs. They are reasonably priced and handle well in most situations.

Buyers should know that this is an all-weather tire. It has a three-peak rating, meaning it can withstand hazardous snow conditions. However, if you plan to use it for a lot of winter off-roading in deep snow and ice, you may want to consider getting snow tires as a safer alternative.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
86.65%
Wet Traction
82.53%
Noise
79.62%
Comfort
80.84%
Tread Life
80.84%
7.
Kumho Solus TA11 - 155/80R13

Key features

  • It’s a durable tire that delivers excellent steering and cornering.
  • The tire has built-in features that improve stability, especially when driving at high speeds.
  • Traction is a standout point with users reporting excellent traction on dry and wet roads.
  • There is a wide range of sizes available, and the tire is a good option for different types of vehicles.
  • Pricing falls in the midrange, but the quality of the tire stands out compared to other midrange options.

Review Summary

Based on our research, we found that the Kumho Solus TA11 is a performing all-season tire suitable for a wide range of vehicles. Drivers of sedans, subcompacts, and minivans can choose this tire with confidence thanks to its tread pattern that improves traction, even in wet conditions.

The tire falls short when it comes to delivering traction on ice and snow, but it’s a common issue for all-season tires compared to snow tires. We also regret the lack of built-in features to reduce fuel consumption since more manufacturers are offering tires designed to improve fuel efficiency.

The quality of the internal structure of the tire is noteworthy since it creates a sturdy structure that is suitable even for heavier minivans and some SUVs. It also enhances safety and delivers excellent stability and cornering.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
88.43%
Wet Traction
83.61%
Noise
80.54%
Comfort
83.61%
Tread Life
83.61%
Snow Traction
75.86%
ice Traction
71.05%
8.

Review Summary

Based on our analysis of performance tests and user ratings, we have concluded that this high-performance tire is very good at dry handling, provides resistance to aquaplaning on wet roads, and is well-priced compared to the rest of the competition. 

However, we have determined this tire is not a good choice for those who live in castles-wet conditions and provides low stability in uncertain conditions, making this not the best option for those who live in 4-season climates.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
87%
Wet Traction
77%
Noise
79%
Comfort
78%
Tread Life
78%
9.

Review Summary

Based on our research, data, and customer reviews, we can recommend the Kumho Solus KL21 tires for drivers seeking reliable performance in everyday driving situations. Their dry traction is impressive, and they provide a stable and predictable handling experience. The noise reduction and comfortable ride are also notable features that drivers appreciate. However, these tires may not be the best option for those frequently encountering heavy rain or snowy and icy conditions. Overall, they are an affordable and solid choice for those seeking a reliable tire.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
78.36%
Wet Traction
71.47%
Noise
72.46%
Comfort
73.44%
Tread Life
73.44%
10.

Review Summary

Based on the data we gathered from our research we can conclude that the Kumho Solus KH16 is a good option if you’re on a tight budget and don’t drive on heavy snow. It performs well in dry and wet conditions and provides a comfortable journey for the driver and passengers.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
96.83%
Wet Traction
96.00%
Noise
96.50%
Comfort
96.67%
Tread Life
96.67%
Snow Traction
91.17%
ice Traction
90.83%
11.

Review Summary

Based on our research we conclude that the Kumho Solus TA31 tire is an average option at its price range. From the data and user experiences that we have gathered for this review, it is suggested that this tire will serve drivers best on dry pavement, though they can also work well in wet conditions and even light snow with the utmost caution.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
82.54%
Wet Traction
73.69%
Noise
73.81%
Comfort
75.75%
Tread Life
75.75%
Snow Traction
50.49%
ice Traction
45.64%
12.

Review Summary

We can recommend the Kumho Solus TA71 tire as a good value for its price. It performs well in wet conditions and has firm side walls, providing a stable and controlled ride. However, its snow and ice traction are not strong suits. It has average ratings for noise and comfort, and its tread life could be better. Overall, if you're looking for a budget-friendly tire that performs well in wet conditions, this could be a good option.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
82.30%
Wet Traction
78.39%
Noise
66.39%
Comfort
70.39%
Tread Life
70.39%
Snow Traction
53.80%
ice Traction
47.93%
13.

Review Summary

Based on the research and customer reviews collected for this Kumho Solus KH25 review, we do not recommend these tires for drivers. Their overall performance ratings are low compared to other tires in their class, and the noise and discomfort reported by users can be a significant inconvenience. Additionally, the below-average dry and wet traction, low tread life, and poor performance in snowy conditions make them a risky choice for drivers. Overall, it may be better to avoid these tires and opt for a more reliable and performance-oriented option.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
68.13%
Wet Traction
55.15%
Noise
49.90%
Comfort
54.17%
Tread Life
54.17%
Snow Traction
30.53%
ice Traction
26.60%
14.

Review Summary

Based on our research, the MT71 is a rugged off-road option at a good price point. It will offer your all-terrain vehicle plenty of traction in deep snow and loose dirt conditions, while coming with a visually pleasing design. 

Some other off-road tire options tested higher in South African Magazine's Drive Out Off-Road Tire Test, but the competing tires did not live within the same price range as the MT71.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction
100.00%
Wet Traction
90.00%
Noise
100.00%
Comfort
100.00%
Tread Life
100.00%
Off Road Traction

0.00%

0.00%
17.

Review Summary

Based on our research, we concluded the Kumho Ecsta V730 tire is a satisfactory performance Summer tire in terms of short-term performance. From the data and user experiences that we have collected and put together, we suggest this tire will serve you well on dry pavements in warm weather.

Survey Stats

Dry Traction

0%

0%
Wet Traction

0%

0%
Noise

0%

0%
Comfort

0%

0%
Tread Life

0%

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