show prices Uniroyal AllSeasonExpert 2 is ranked #37 of 943 allround tyres based on the results of tests carried out by Autobild 2023, Tyre Reviews 2023, and other organizations. It is made in total of 59 sizes, 155/70 R13 being the smallest and 195/55 R20 the largest. Uniroyal is a brand from USA and belongs to the Michelin group. This tyre was featured in tests 7 times, first test was carried in 2018. Noise is a strong quality of Uniroyal AllSeasonExpert 2 - most dimensions have below average noise level values - 100% of them produce 0db noise, which result in "a" rating. It can be compared to Quadraxer 2, which is a tyre from Kleber (France) and has a rating of 38%, compared to 37% of the Uniroyal in question. There was a braking test that featured both KleberQuadraxer 2 and Uniroyal AllSeasonExpert 2 held by autobild in 2021. It was tested on a BMW 3 with 225/50 R17 tyres. On the wet, the Uniroyal stopped from 80km/h in 52,7m, whereas the competing Kleber took longer to stop - 55,8m. On the dry, however, the results change - Kleber stopped earlier at the 42,6m mark, compared to 44,8m of the Uniroyal.
The Uniroyal AllSeasonExpert 2, a middle segment tyre, has been tested by multiple highly-regarded organizations in Europe. Starting in 2018 and most recently in 2021, this tyre has been put through its paces in allyear conditions in a variety of dimensions. Of the five tests, its best result was in the 2020 ADAC AllYear Tyre Test in the 235/55 R17 dimension, where it scored a "sufficient" rating and placed fifth out of seven. Unfortunately, its overall performance was lackluster, with an overall rating of only 23% based on the combined results. It did not win any of the tests, and there were some disciplines in which it lacked a rating. Overall, while the Uniroyal AllSeasonExpert 2 may be a middle segment tyre, consumers may wish to explore other options for optimal performance in allyear conditions.
All tyre tests where Uniroyal AllSeasonExpert 2 was featured: