Drivers increasingly choosing all-season tyres

Drivers increasingly choosing all-season tyres

Evidence from a number of sources agrees – UK drivers are increasingly choosing all-season tyres. Earlier this month, GfK data found that all-season tyre sales have shot up 19 per cent in terms of value and 13 per cent in terms of volume during 2019.

Rezulteo’s figures tell a similar story. From October to December 2019 the majority of Rezulteo users in the UK chose summer tyres (42,8 per cent), closely followed by all-season tyres (42,5 per cent). But this is far more than it has been in the past (see table below for further details).

All-season tyres also popular at data tells a similar story.

Here, the Michelin CrossClimate and CrossClimate+ featured in first and fourth place respectively on the list of top five most viewed tyres at WhatTyre between December 2019 to January 2020. Two more were summer tyres, but – interestingly enough – the fifth most view product during this period was actually a winter tyre – the Continental WinterContact TS860S.

Most popular tyres online in the UK

Most viewed tyres at WhatTyre December 2019 to January 2020

1. Michelin CrossClimate+ (all-season tyre)
2. Michelin Pilot Super Sport (summer tyre)
3. Michelin Primacy 4 (summer tyre)
4. Michelin CrossClimate (all-season tyre)
5. Continental WinterContact TS860S (winter tyre)

Source: WhatTyre

Top 5 most selected tyres on Rezulteo UK (October to December 2019)

1. Michelin CrossClimate+ (all-season tyre)
2. Goodyear EfficientGrip Performance (summer tyre)
3. Goodyear Vector 4Seasons Gen-2 (all-season tyre)
4. FirstPrice AllSeason (all-season tyre)
5. Michelin Primacy 4 (summer tyre)

Source: Rezulteo

WhatTyre’s data is based on viewing data from visitors to between 1 December 2019 and 29 January 2020. Here readers have access to over 240,000 different tyres from over 15,000 product lines.

According to the company, Rezulteo’s data is based on 21,347 chosen tyres from the Rezulteo websites in France, Germany, the UK, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland and Turkey for the period between 1 October and 31 December 2019.


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