show prices Yokohama BluEarth-4S AW21 is ranked #30 of 943 allround tyres based on the results of tests carried out by Autobild 2023, Autobild 2020, and other organizations. Yokohama BluEarth-4S AW21 belongs to the Upper-middle segment and is made by a manufacturer from Japan. It is made in total of 38 sizes, 175/65 R14 being the smallest and 215/45 R20 the largest. This tyre was featured in tests 4 times, first test was carried in 2019. Eu ratings can provide interesting overview over the available dimensions - 77% of Yokohama BluEarth-4S AW21 has "B" wet grip rating and most (65%) of the dimensions has "E" fuel-saving rating. Noise levels of most dimensions are average - 69% of them produce 72db noise, which result in "b" overall rating. It can be compared to Quadraxer 2, which is a tyre from Kleber (France) and has a rating of 38%, compared to 30% of the Yokohama in question. There was a braking test that featured both KleberQuadraxer 2 and Yokohama BluEarth-4S AW21 held by autobild in 2020. It was tested on a VW Golf with 205/55 R16 tyres. On the wet, the Kleber stopped from 80km/h earlier than the Yokohama - 51,2m, whereas the Yokohama took 52,9m to come to a full stop. We can see the same story on the dry, where the Kleber stopped earlier at the 43,2m mark, compared to 44m of the Yokohama.
Yokohama BluEarth-4S AW21 was tested 1x (Autobild)
Yokohama BluEarth-4S AW21 in tyre tests
The Yokohama BluEarth-4S AW21, a middle segment tyre, has been tested by some of Europe's most reputable tyre-testing organizations. The tyre was first tested in 2019 and underwent two subsequent tests in 2020. The tests were conducted using different dimensions, but all tests were done for an all-year period. Out of the three tests, the Yokohama BluEarth-4S AW21 had the best result in Autoklub ČR's test in 2020, where it ranked fifth out of seven. However, it had a less favorable placement in the two tests conducted by Autobild in 2020 and 2019, wherein it ranked 23rd out of 32 and 15th out of 31, respectively, in terms of braking distance. The tyre did not win any tests outright; instead, it received an overall rating of 61%, which is not a great result for a middle segment tyre. Nevertheless, it still managed to perform well in some disciplines, as demonstrated in Autoklub ČR's test, where it emerged as the best in a particular category.
All tyre tests where Yokohama BluEarth-4S AW21 was featured: