SP SPORT 7000 A/S

High Performance All-Season

Overall Rating (8.0)


The SP Sport 7000 A/S is one of Dunlop's High Performance All-Season radials developed for Original Equipment use on sporty sedans. The SP Sport 7000 A/S is designed to combine low noise, good ride comfort and dependable handling while blending traction on dry and wet roads, as well as in light snow.

The SP Sport 7000 A/S molds an all-season tread compound into an asymmetric design that features independent tread blocks on the outboard shoulder, nearly continuous intermediate and center ribs, and siped independent tread blocks in the inboard shoulder to combine dry road responsiveness with highway stability and low noise. Circumferential grooves and lateral notches help water flow through the tread design to enhance hydroplaning resistance and wet traction. The tire's internal structure includes twin steel belts reinforced by Dunlop's Jointless Band (JLB) technology that uses spirally wound polyester or nylon cord (depending on tire size and application) on top of a polyester cord casing to combine high-speed durability with a comfortable ride.

COMFORT
Noise 8.8
Ride 9.0
Tread-wear 7.8
DRY
Cornering Stability 8.5
Dry Traction 8.8
Steering Response 8.3
WET
Hydro-planing 7.5
Wet Traction 7.5
Winter/Snow
Deep Snow 7.3
Ice 7.3
Light Snow 7.3

Independent Tire Reviews By Customers

Date: 2/18/2013 Review's Overall Rating: 10.0
2009 Honda Accord LX-P
Miles Driven 92000
Driving Condition Mostly Highway
Driving Style (not specified)
Comments Though these tires are way over due to be changed, I am amazed how many miles I got out of them. They are all original tires on a 2009 Honda Accord! Though in my mind and the indicator mark I know they need to be changed, I'm still getting good traction out of them. Will definitely buy again.
Comfort Category
Noise 10.0
Ride 10.0
Tread-wear 10.0
Comfort Category
Hydro-planing 10.0
WetTraction 10.0
Comfort Category
CorneringStability 10.0
DryTraction 10.0
SteeringResponse 10.0
Comfort Category
DeepSnow 10.0
Ice 10.0
LightSnow 10.0
Date: 1/8/2017 Review's Overall Rating: 9.0
2012 Nissan Rogue SV 18" option
Miles Driven 71000
Driving Condition Mostly Highway
Driving Style Average
Comments
Comfort Category
Noise 9.0
Ride 10.0
Tread-wear 9.0
Comfort Category
Hydro-planing 8.0
WetTraction 8.0
Comfort Category
CorneringStability 10.0
DryTraction 9.0
SteeringResponse 9.0
Comfort Category
DeepSnow 9.0
Ice 9.0
LightSnow 9.0
Date: 6/18/2014 Review's Overall Rating: 8.0
2012 Honda Fit Sport
Miles Driven 49000
Driving Condition Mostly Highway
Driving Style (not specified)
Comments These tires came stock on my 2012 Honda Fit. Overall - not a bad tire. I live in the Boston area and drive about 100 miles a day in all conditions on back roads, city and a lot of highway at speeds typically around 70mph. I like the tires. I had no trouble with traction in the winter (and I have one steep driveway) and the car feels stable in turns and on the highway. I would buy these tires again.
Comfort Category
Noise 8.0
Ride 8.0
Tread-wear 8.0
Comfort Category
Hydro-planing 8.0
WetTraction 8.0
Comfort Category
CorneringStability 8.0
DryTraction 8.0
SteeringResponse 8.0
Comfort Category
DeepSnow 8.0
Ice 8.0
LightSnow 8.0
Date: 4/5/2013 Review's Overall Rating: 4.9
2010 Honda Fit Sport
Miles Driven 42000
Driving Condition Highway/City Mix
Driving Style (not specified)
Comments I'm a conservative driver, and I rotate tires right on schedule. These were the stock tires on my 2010 Honda Fit Sport. They are sold as "All-Season" tires, but they are horrible in the snow, and suspect at best under wet conditions. I was definitely not impressed with the longevity, as 42,000 miles is the fewest miles I've gotten out of any set of tires...ever. I will be shopping for good tires that are truly worthy off being rated "All-Season" over the next couple of weeks.
Comfort Category
Noise 8.0
Ride 8.0
Tread-wear 4.0
Comfort Category
Hydro-planing 4.0
WetTraction 4.0
Comfort Category
CorneringStability 6.0
DryTraction 8.0
SteeringResponse 6.0
Comfort Category
DeepSnow 2.0
Ice 2.0
LightSnow 2.0