Toyo Extensa H/P Tire Review & Rating

Combining high performance all-season traction and handling with a longer treadlife and comfortable ride is what Toyo has attempted to accomplish with their Extensa H/P tire. Built for sport coupes and sedans, the H/P is also value-priced to fit the budgets of most every driver.

An all-season tread compound and unidirectional tread design features interlocking tread blocks and multi-function taper for increased cornering performance and overall tire stability. The tire’s continuous center rib delivers enhanced steering response and furthers straight line stability.

Toyo Extensa H/P Review

Four wide circumferential grooves aid in evacuating water from under the tire, while reducing the risk of hydroplaning and improving traction on wet road surfaces. Unfortunately, this is a weak spot for this model which we will get into more down below in our overall thoughts.

Toyo has incorporated its silent wall technology in the tread that effectively reduces pipe resonance and quietens the ride.

Inside the tire you’ll find a two steel belted tread construction for added strength and durability. Sizes are available from 15-22 inches, and speed ratings of either a V or W.

Pros

  • Dry traction
  • Cornering grip
  • Quiet running tire

Cons

  • Wet traction
  • Winter handling

Overall Thoughts

As a high performance tire we were expecting a bit more from the Extensa HP. While dry traction, cornering grip, steering response and braking were good, wet traction is a weak point for this model. Hydroplaning is not really the issue, but it’s the traction instead. The tires let go way too easy for our liking. You need to exercise extreme caution on wet road surfaces, even at lower speeds.

Winter handling is another area that could be improved. One look at the aggressive tread design and you’ll pretty much know this is not a tire built to handle heavy snow and ice. When it comes to ride comfort and road noise, this tire is pretty comfortable. There’s not much in the way of annoying road noise and the ride is smooth for the most part.

Finally, treadlife is about average for this style of tire. Overall, we give this model a ranking in the middle of the class for its performance. That said, it is lower priced than many other top name brands which will save you some money.

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What Vehicles Will The Extensa H/P Fit?

Fits these vehicles and many others:

  • Acura Integra, TL
  • Audi A3
  • Chevrolet Aveo, Cobalt
  • Ford Focus, Fusion, Mustang
  • Honda Accord, Civic, Prelude
  • Mazda 3, Miata MX-5, RX-8
  • Mitsubishi Eclipse, Lancer
  • Nissan 350Z, Altima, Sentra SE
  • Subaru Impreza WRX
  • Toyota Celica GT-S, Corolla
  • Volkswagen Golf, Passat

Tire Sizes

15″

195/50R15 86V BSW
P195/55R15 84V BSW

16″

195/50R16 84V BSW
195/55R16 87V BSW
205/45R16 87V BSW
205/50R16 91V BSW
205/55R16 94V BSW
205/55R16 91V BSW
215/55R16 97V BSW
P225/50R16 91V BSW
P225/55R16 94V BSW

17″

205/40R17 84V BSW
205/50R17 93V BSW
215/45R17 91V BSW
215/50R17 95V BSW
P215/55R17 93V BSW
225/45R17 94V BSW
P225/50R17 93V BSW
P225/55R17 95V BSW
235/45R17 97V BSW
235/55R17 99W BSW
245/40R17 95W BSW
P245/45R17 95W BSW
255/40R17 98W BSW

18″

215/35R18 84V BSW
225/40R18 92V BSW
225/50R18 99W BSW
235/40R18 95V BSW
235/50R18 101W BSW
245/40R18 97W BSW
245/45R18 100W BSW
P245/55R18 102V BSW
255/35R18 94W BSW
255/45R18 103W BSW
275/35R18 99W BSW

20″

225/30R20 85W BSW
225/35R20 90V BSW
245/35R20 95V BSW
245/40R20 99W BSW
255/35R20 97W BSW
275/30R20 97W BSW

22″

265/35R22 102V BSW

Price Range

Toyo Extensa H/P prices range from approximately $60 and up. You may also find occasional rebates, discount prices, coupons and special offers on this tire.

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Warranty

Toyo provides a limited tread warranty on the Extensa H/P. There is a first 1/32 inch of wear guarantee on tire uniformity. Materials and workmanship are warranted for 5 years and include free replacement for the first 25% 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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