Nokian Weatherproof C

Nokian Weatherproof C photo, test, review, ratings

Nokian Weatherproof C is a Premium Touring All Season tire designed for Vans and Light trucks. The model has different tread patterns for larger vehicles and lighter loads: directional for delivery vehicles and asymmetrical for lighter vans.

2016 Promobil Nokian Weatherproof C Test

In 2016 experts of the German publication Promobil  have tested Nokian Weatherproof C at size 235/65 R16C  and compared to 3 similar budget premium All Season tires. Also they included into the test reference summer and winter tires to compare results.

Nokian Weatherproof C test, review, ratings
3rd place in Wet braking. +5m braking distance.
Nokian Weatherproof C test, review, ratings
3rd place in Wet handling. -2.7km/h handling speed.
Nokian Weatherproof C test, review, ratings
3rd place in Wet lateral handling. -0.3m/s2 lateral acceleration.
Nokian Weatherproof C test, review, ratings
4th place in Straight aqua. -7.2km/h float speed.
Nokian Weatherproof C test, review, ratings
3rd place in Lateral aqua. -0.37m/s2 lateral acceleration.
Nokian Weatherproof C test, review, ratings
Last place in Dry braking. +5.7m braking distance.
Nokian Weatherproof C test, review, ratings
3rd place in Dry handling. -1.5km/h maneuver speed.
Nokian Weatherproof C test, review, ratings
1st place in Snow braking. -0.9m braking distance.
Nokian Weatherproof C test, review, ratings
1st place in Snow handling. +4.3km/h average handling speed.
Nokian Weatherproof C test, review, ratings
3rd place in Snow lateral handling. -0.48m/s2 lateral acceleration.
Nokian Weatherproof C test, review, ratings
1st place in Snow traction. +895Newtons pulling force.
Nokian Weatherproof C test, review, ratings
1-2nd place in Rolling resistance. -0.5kg/t rolling resistance.
Nokian Weatherproof C test, review, ratings
1st place in Noise. -1dB external noise.

Overall Nokian Weatherproof C Review

According to the test results Nokian took 2-3th place and got an expert score “Conditionally recommended”.

Main conclusions:

  • Long wet braking distance and low handling.
  • Low aquaplaning resistance.
  • The longest dry braking distance and low handling speed.
  • The best results on the snow.
  • Low rolling resistance.
  • Low noise.

Similar tires from the test:

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