Founder: YHI International
Parent: YHI International
Neuton tires include 8 tires, most of which are classified by the creators as ultra-performance, which means they are going to grip the ground extra firmly. In some cases, it’s not true, although they are generally really good – especially for this amount of money.
Neuton do a pretty good job when it comes to driving in the dry. They do an exceptional job whenever it gets seriously hot, making them extremely obedient to your every command. Whenever it starts to rain, however, they start to stumble once in a while.
The grip only suffers in this one instance – when you drive on moist ground. Whenever you wear winter or all-season tires, there isn’t any problem with snow (or rain, for that matter). It’s very possible that the summer tires are simply not made very well.
The durability is quite average for this sort of tires. They are cheap, and they don’t make more than 20,000 in km, most of the time. And when Neuton tires start to wear off, it’s not as easy to catch the moment when they’re about to die. They are deteriorating quite fast after a certain point.
The quality is deteriorating in general after some time. Roughly 5000 km is when the rubber starts going rigid and the wear itself becomes more noticeable.
In the end, they aren’t too bad. Neutons are unpredictable, however. If you have any other, more reliable tires nearby – it’s better to take them.