Nexen N7000 Tire Review & Rating

The ultra-high performance Nexen N7000 features advanced tire technology that is designed to increase traction and overall performance in a variety of year-round conditions. Built for drivers of high performance sport coupes and sedans, the N7000 is also value priced for those on a tighter budget.

A silica tread compound combines with the tire’s kerf design to maximize traction and handling on wet road surfaces. There’s also four circumferential grooves that expel water away from the tire and reduce the risk of hydroplaning.

Nexen N7000 Review

The rigid shoulder block design on this Nexen model is created to enhance steering response and add more cornering grip, an area this tire does fairly well. A continuous center rib further increases stability at higher speeds.

Inside the tire are two steel belts with a polyester cord body that provide added strength and durability. The N7000 is available in a wide variety of 16-24 inch sizes, and can be found with a V, W or Y-speed rating.

Pros 

  • Very good dry and wet traction
  • Cornering grip
  • Treadlife

Cons

  • Poor winter handling

Overall Thoughts

The Nexen N7000 ranks in the middle of the ultra-high performance all-season class. We like how the tire handles and corners on both dry and wet pavement. Steering is quick and responsive, while braking is about average among UHP tires.

When it comes to traction in winter road conditions, forget about it. Although advertised as an AS tire, it lacks the grip to handle anything other than a light dusting of snow. As to ride comfort, the N7000 is actually fairly comfortable for a tire like this. Road noise is not excessive as well.

There is no mileage warranty on this tire, but we’ve found the treadlife is better than you might expect, especially with its lower price point. Overall, while you won’t mistake this model for the likes of a Michelin Pilot Sport AS3 or Continental DWS among others, it does offer more than adequate performance for the money.

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What Vehicles Will The N7000 Fit?

Fits these vehicles and many others:

  • Acura RSX, TL, Integra
  • BMW 740i, M3, 540iA, 325Ci, 550i
  • Cadillac Deville DTS
  • Chevrolet Camaro, Cobalt, Impala
  • Ford Mustang, Focus
  • Honda Prelude, Civic, Fit, Accord
  • Kia Spectra
  • Mazda5, Mazda3, Miata, Protégé
  • Mercedes-Benz E430, C230, C43, E55
  • Nissan Maxima, Altima, 300ZX
  • Pontiac GTO, Trans Am, Grand Prix
  • Scion xB
  • Subaru Legacy, Impreza WRX
  • Toyota MR2, Celica GTS
  • Volkswagen Rabbit, Jetta, GTi, Passat
  • Volvo S60, S40, C70

Tire Sizes

16″

205/55ZR16 XL 94W BSW
215/55R16 XL 97W BSW

17″

205/40ZR17 XL 84W BSW
215/40ZR17 XL 87W BSW
215/45ZR17 XL 91W BSW
215/50R17 91W BSW
215/55R17 94W BSW
225/45ZR17 91W BSW
235/40ZR17 90W BSW
235/45R17 XL 97W BSW
235/55R17 99W BSW
245/40ZR17 91W BSW
245/45ZR17 95W BSW
245/50ZR17 99V BSW
255/40ZR17 94W BSW
275/40ZR17 97W BSW

18″

215/35ZR18 XL 84W BSW
225/40ZR18 XL 92W BSW
225/45ZR18 XL 95W BSW
235/40ZR18 XL 95W BSW
245/40ZR18 XL 97W BSW
245/45ZR18 XL 100W BSW
245/50ZR18 XL 104W BSW
255/45R18 XL 103W BSW
265/35ZR18 XL 97W BSW
275/35ZR18 95W BSW

19″

225/35ZR19 XL 88Y BSW
235/35ZR19 XL 91W BSW
245/35ZR19 XL 93W BSW
245/40ZR19 XL 98W BSW
255/45ZR19 XL 102Y BSW
265/35ZR19 94Y BSW
275/35ZR19 96Y BSW
275/40ZR19 XL 105Y BSW
275/45ZR19 XL 108Y BSW

20″

225/30R20 XL 85W BSW
225/35ZR20 XL 90W BSW
245/35ZR20 XL 95W BSW
255/35ZR20 XL 97W BSW
275/30ZR20 XL 97Y BSW
275/35ZR20 XL 102Y BSW

24″

255/30ZR24 XL 97W

Price Range

Nexen N7000 prices range from approximately $70 and up. You may also find occasional rebates, discount prices, coupons and special offers on this tire.

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Warranty

Nexen provides a limited tread warranty on the N7000. Tire uniformity is guaranteed for the first 2/32 inch of tread wear. Materials and workmanship are warranted for 6-years and include free replacement during the first 2/32 inch of wear. A prorated amount is given for the remaining time period or down to the final 2/32 inch of tread depth.


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