Petlas SnowMaster W651

Petlas SnowMaster W651 photo, test, review, ratings

Petlas SnowMaster W651 is a Touring Winter tire with asymmetrical tread pattern, designed for Passenger cars.

2018 Autocenter Petlas SnowMaster W651 Test

In 2018 experts of the Ukrainian publication Autocenter have tested Petlas W651 at size 205/55 R16 and compared to 10 similar budget, mid-range and premium winter tires.

Petlas SnowMaster W651 test, review, ratings
8th place in Wet braking. +4.35m braking distance.
Petlas SnowMaster W651 test, review, ratings
8th place in Subj.Wet handling. Subjective score – 6 points.
Petlas SnowMaster W651 test, review, ratings
8th place in Wet lateral handling. +0.7sec lap time.
Petlas SnowMaster W651 test, review, ratings
8th place in Straight aqua. -5km/h float speed.
Petlas SnowMaster W651 test, review, ratings
Last place in Dry braking. +3.43m braking distance.
Petlas SnowMaster W651 test, review, ratings
8-9th place in Subj. Dry handling. Subjective score – 5 points.
Petlas SnowMaster W651 test, review, ratings
Last place in Ice braking. +2.57m braking distance.
Petlas SnowMaster W651 test, review, ratings
Last place in Subj. Ice handling. Subjective score – 5 points.
Petlas SnowMaster W651 test, review, ratings
Last place in Ice traction. +1.87sec acceleration time.
Petlas SnowMaster W651 test, review, ratings
Last place in Ice lateral handling. +4.2sec lap time.
Petlas Snow Master W651 test, review, ratings
Last place in Snow braking. +1.19m braking distance.
Petlas W651 test, review, ratings
Last place in Subj. Snow handling. Subjective score – 4 points.
Petlas W651 test, review, ratings
10th place in Snow traction. +0.53sec acceleration time.
Petlas W651 test, review, ratings
3-8th place in Subj. Noise. Subjective score – 9 points.
10th place in Rolling resistance. +1.41kg/t rolling resistance.

Overall Petlas SnowMaster W651 Review

According to the test results Petlas took last place.

Main conclusions:

  • Average wet performance.
  • Low straight aquaplaning resistance.
  • The longest dry braking distance and low handling.
  • The worst ice performance.
  • The worst results on the snow.
  • Good noise.
  • High rolling resistance.

Similar tires from the test:

1 star2 stars3 stars4 stars5 stars (10 votes, average: 3.80 out of 5)
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