Not only does the purchase of Continental brand tires purchased as a replacement tire ensure quality and performance, it also provides an extra measure of confidence with the support of the Total Confidence Plan.
The CrossContact™ UHP silica-enhanced special tread compound combines wet and dry grip to maximize rolling resistance.
Built for high performance light trucks and SUVs, the CrossContact™ UHP combines steering stability and traction without sacrificing comfort and a quiet ride. With outstanding handling in sun or rain, the CrossContact™ UHP remains a powerful choice for those who want performance, safety anf comfort.
3 ReviewsAverage Overall Rating
Rated 5 out of
Marty Gasgas from
Very SatisfiedCame standard on my ML500 (ML 550) in some market). Use has varied from school run through side streets to suburban commuting to work, through to towing a fully enclosed motorcycle trailer weighing in at 2000kg to gentle off roading. Happy yes. Good grip wet or dry, minimal road noise, good for a spirited drive through the hills (ok it's not a sports car but with an AMG pack it goes around the corners surprisingly well). Got over 40,000 kilometres so I'll put another set on.
Date published: 2015-11-24
Rated 5 out of
One of The BestThis tire is outright one of the best 19 inch SUV tires available - and they look great, are extremely quiet and wear reasonably well for a summer only Z rated tire. I drive a 2005 ML500 with an updated wheel package and use the Contis for summer driving only. They are so quiet and respond so quickly to steering inputs that I can't see any other tire to compare with. Several years ago I was in Atlanta, Georgia visiting family for Christmas and we had that blizzard just when I had to get back home to Maryland. These "summer only" tires surprised me through the 10+ hours of driving as the snow situation got worse as I got northwards. NOTE: THESE ARE NOT SNOW TIRES AND I AM NOT ADVOCATING THAT YOU USE THEM IN SNOW. If you chose to use them in snow, please don't complain if they don't drive as snow tires! All I am saying is that I was pleasantly surprised. I started with 285/45/19, moved to 295/45/19 and now back to 285/45/29. As soon as these are worn, I'll go back to the 295 size. Just a couple of photos for reference.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 1 out of
Worn Out at 8,500 Miles?10 months on a Range Rover Sport, 8,500 miles, tread down to the wear bars. Not enough tread depth put on these things new to begin with, and the speed at which they've worn with very conservative driving is unacceptable. Would never recommend to anyone.