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Thread: Nexen N3000 Tires - Any Good?

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    Default Nexen N3000 Tires - Any Good?

    Hi all Im in the process of buying new tires for my 18" summer wheels. I have narrowed it down to the Nexen N3000 (235/40/18) and Im just wondering if anyone on this forum has had experience with this tire? Any opinions guys?

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    Very good affordable tire. I've used these on 3 different cars - awesome for daily driving, great wet grip. As you can see from the tread, it's an aggressive pattern.

    Decent track tires that are cheap enough to burn off.

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    Default Re: Nexen N3000 Tires - Any Good?

    I recently bought and have been using a set of these tires for the last little while and they are really good, Z rated!

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    A really great tire for the money (I had them on my dearly-departed SpecV)

    Basically, they're a knock-off of the discontinued Yokohama AVS-100.

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    These are basically one of the cheapest tires you can buy which should tell you something about them.

    For a daily driven car that isnt a luxo-cruiser or the occasional track rat you can get away with them... however, they are by no means a GOOD tire... they're just cheap.
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    i had them in 17's on my 180. i like them alot, hook up real well

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    i have ridden in a subaru during a auto x event that had those tires. they didnt seem to have a whole lot of grip and they were almost new.. good price though, especially if your planning on burning them off

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    I'd rather have one pricey set of tires rather than those, I got rip off last time and I'll never have that brand again
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