The 4X4 Contact tire from Continental is classed as "Truck/SUV All Season - Touring".
You can find the ideal pressure to inflate the Continental 4X4 Contact to using the table below.
Continental 4X4 Contact Sizes
These are the sizes that the Continental 4X4 Contact is manufactured in along with the maximum pressure to inflate them to.
|Tire Size||Diameter||Width||Max. PSI||Max. Load|
Continental 4X4 Contact Reviews
Sticking w/ Continentals
These Continental 4×4 Contact tires are amazing. They have lasted over 75,000 miles and I expect them to last another 25,000 miles. I am only sticking with Continentals now.
Not exactly very happy with how long this tyre lasted,, on my Freelander,,, they were good on snow and urban driving,,but only lasted 14000 miles before switching to new tyres,,
Switched away from Continental
I would not recommend these Continentals if you are planning on using them in the snow, they just don’t have the tread for it. Although they are supposed to be an “all season” tire they definitely struggle in the winter. I have switched to an all season Goodyear instead and am much happier.
50k miles +
These Continental Contacts have last over 50k miles 😀
Not great value for money in long run
It is fitted to my Nissan Rogue…. a small SUV. Annoyingly they have worn away to need replacing at just over 20000 miles….. a lot less than I had expected if im honest. They are a grippy tire and surprisingly quiet for that level of grip but don’t end up to be great value for money in the long run.
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