Dunlop Grandtrek SJ6

Dunlop Grandtrek SJ6 photo, test, review

The Dunlop Grandtrek SJ6 is a Premium Touring studless winter tyre with directional tread, designed for SUV and 4×4.

Nowadays the brand Dunlop are owned to the Goodyear.

2014 Autocenter Dunlop Grandtrek SJ6 test

In 2014 experts of the Ukranian magazine Autocenter have tested the Dunlop Grandtrek SJ6 at size 235/65 R17 and compared with 7 similar budget, mid-range and premium winter tyres.

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Last place in Wet handling. The braking distance was 11.04 meters longer, than the leader.
test Dunlop Grandtrek SJ6 review
7-8th place in Wet handling. One of the worst result.
test Dunlop Grandtrek SJ6 review
7th place in Wet lateral stability. Dunlop was 2.2 seconds slower, than the leader.
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Last place in Dry braking. The braking distance was 3.48 meters longer, than the leader.
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Last place and the lowest subjective score in Dry handling.
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2nd place in Ice braking. The braking distance was 0.2 meters longer, than the leader.
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5-6th place in Ice handling.
test Dunlop Grandtrek SJ6 review
3rd place in Ice lateral stability. Dunlop was 3 seconds slower, than the leader.
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3rd place in Ice traction.
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7th place in Snow braking. The braking distance was 1.47 meters longer, than the leader.
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6th place in Snow traction. Acceleration time was 0.04 seconds longer, than the leader.
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6-7th place in Snow handling.
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1-4th place in Comfort level test.
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6th place in Rolling resistance.

Overall Dunlop Grandtrek SJ6 review

According to the test results Dunlop shared 6th place with BF Goodrich.

Main conclusions:

  • Poor wet perfrormance: the longest braking distance, the lowest hanling score and low lateral handling.
  • The worst results on the dry.
  • Very short ice braking distance, good traction and lateral stability.
  • Relatively poor snow performance: Dunlop didn’t take high positions in tests, but shows close result to the leader overall.
  • Good comfort.
  • Good rolling resistance.

Similar tires from the test:

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