TRUE CONTACT TOUR

Grand Touring All-Season

Overall Rating (8.3)


Continental True Contact standard touring all season tires will help you save money while providing you with all of the perks that you could want out of an all season tire. Designed for coupes, sedans, minivans, and crossover vehicles like the Honda CR-V and Lexus RX models, the Continental True Contact is the perfect combination of efficiency and performance.

The use of EcoPlus Technology helps the True Contact to conserve fuel while also extending the life of the tread. Excellent braking, grip , and traction in wet, dry, and snowy conditions will leave you feeling confident every time you ride on your Continental True Contact tires.

Features and Benefits
  • The Continental True Contact uses an all season tread compound that features Continental's Tg-F Polymers and +Silane additives that help to improve tread wear, fuel efficiency, and traction on slippery roads.
  • The compound is molded into a symmetric design that provides continuous tread contact with the road to help enhance steering response and handling while three wide circumferential grooves promote hydroplaning resistance.
  • Siped intermediate tread blocks and Continental's Traction Grooves provide additional biting edges, which help to promote three-dimensional snow-on-snow traction.
  • The internal structure of the tire includes twin steel belts that are reinforced by spirally wound jointless polyamide, which stabilizes the tread area and promotes strength in the tread wear as well as ride uniformity.
COMFORT
Noise 9.4
Ride 9.6
Tread-wear 4.0
DRY
Cornering Stability 9.8
Dry Traction 9.8
Steering Response 9.0
WET
Hydro-planing 9.4
Wet Traction 9.6
Winter/Snow
Deep Snow 6.8
Ice 7.0
Light Snow 7.4

Independent Tire Reviews By Customers

Date: 9/2/2019 Review's Overall Rating: 9.5
2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE
Miles Driven 8000
Driving Condition All Highway
Driving Style Average
Comments
Comfort Category
Noise 9.0
Ride 10.0
Tread-wear 7.0
Comfort Category
Hydro-planing 9.0
WetTraction 10.0
Comfort Category
CorneringStability 10.0
DryTraction 10.0
SteeringResponse 10.0
Comfort Category
DeepSnow 10.0
Ice 10.0
LightSnow 9.0
Date: 4/23/2019 Review's Overall Rating: 8.9
2015 Toyota Camry SE
Miles Driven 11000
Driving Condition Mostly Highway
Driving Style Average
Comments Excellent tire all the way around. Very good in the snow. Very satisfied so far!
Comfort Category
Noise 9.0
Ride 9.0
Tread-wear 10.0
Comfort Category
Hydro-planing 9.0
WetTraction 9.0
Comfort Category
CorneringStability 9.0
DryTraction 9.0
SteeringResponse 9.0
Comfort Category
DeepSnow 8.0
Ice 7.0
LightSnow 10.0
Date: 3/22/2019 Review's Overall Rating: 8.5
2008 Honda CR-V LX
Miles Driven 22000
Driving Condition Combined Highway/City
Driving Style Average
Comments all 4 tires are worn after 22,000 miles and they refuse to give me any credit as I did not follow the rotation as suggested. If all 4 tires are worn the same obviously tire rotation would have not change the wear very much. I am very disappointed with Town Fair Tire customer service, if they are truly tire experts they should use their brains and not follow blindly their procedures
Comfort Category
Noise 10.0
Ride 10.0
Tread-wear 1.0
Comfort Category
Hydro-planing 10.0
WetTraction 10.0
Comfort Category
CorneringStability 10.0
DryTraction 10.0
SteeringResponse 7.0
Comfort Category
DeepSnow 8.0
Ice 9.0
LightSnow 9.0
Date: 9/14/2018 Review's Overall Rating: 8.1
2013 Toyota Sienna LE
Miles Driven 50000
Driving Condition Mostly Highway
Driving Style Average
Comments Great tires but disappointing tread wear. With 90,000 miles warranty, I need to replace them after about 55,000 miles... I am pretty sensible driver - averaging 26 miles/gallon with my Sienna and taking care of the tires (rotating, wheel alignment).
Comfort Category
Noise 9.0
Ride 9.0
Tread-wear 1.0
Comfort Category
Hydro-planing 9.0
WetTraction 9.0
Comfort Category
CorneringStability 10.0
DryTraction 10.0
SteeringResponse 9.0
Comfort Category
DeepSnow 7.0
Ice 8.0
LightSnow 8.0
Date: 10/19/2018 Review's Overall Rating: 6.7
2016 Subaru Crosstrek Limited
Miles Driven 300
Driving Condition Combined Highway/City
Driving Style Average
Comments Read many reviews of tires to replace the OEM's that came on our 2016 Subaru Crosstrek and concluded from all the positive accolades from the new Tour and previous TrueContact model, this was the tire to buy. The handling on wet and dry roads is truly superior, driving in the rain exudes confidence, and even driving around on our New Hampshire dirt and gravel roads the handling is outstanding. Nice quiet tire too, very low road noise. However, the gas mileage is ridiculously bad, to the point where I think the tire is somehow flawed or defective. Highway mileage with the OEM tires was 33mpg, with the TrueContact Tour we're barely getting 26mpg, 25.6mpg on the last fill-up. Had the balancing rechecked along with the air pressure, not sure why such a dramatic drop in mpg's? Called Continental Tires, was told milage "should" improve after 2/32" of the treads 11/32" wears off... Not really sure what that means...?
Comfort Category
Noise 10.0
Ride 10.0
Tread-wear 1.0
Comfort Category
Hydro-planing 10.0
WetTraction 10.0
Comfort Category
CorneringStability 10.0
DryTraction 10.0
SteeringResponse 10.0
Comfort Category
DeepSnow 1.0
Ice 1.0
LightSnow 1.0