2. BFGoodrich Advantage Upper-middle
In this comparison, both of the tyres are made by a brand from USA. BFGoodrich is a brand that belongs to the Michelin group. Generally, Goodyear summer tyres are slightly better rated (86%) than BFGoodrich (74%). In this particular case, the Goodyear Efficient Grip Performance 2 has a better rating of 87% compared to 79% of the BFGoodrich Advantage. The first tyre test of BFGoodrich Advantage was done in 2021, compared to 2020 when was the Goodyear Efficient Grip Performance 2 first tested. Important for this comparison is also the Autobild 2022 215/55 R17 test, where both the Advantage and the Efficient Grip Performance 2 were tested. See more mutual tests below. When it comes to comparison, eu labels can be also interesting - 98% of BFGoodrich Advantage dimensions has A wet grip rating. Most (83%) of the Goodyear Efficient Grip Performance 2 also have A wet ratings.