It's very "Happy" on Trunk roads OR windy roads. Also, it went through recent floods in Shah Alam with no aquaplaning, it stayed planted on the road.
“Travelling in the rain can be a nerve-wracking experience, so a tyre with superior wet weather traction can be a big safety benefit for drivers who need to travel at speed in wet conditions,” said national sales manager Sim Wee Chung. “Both our Dunlop new lines are 100% engineered with German technology and designed with Malaysia’s road conditions in mind.
The tread compound has also been enhanced for better wet weather traction, while the advanced Silica Compound Technology ensures a wider operating temperature range compared to the previous Formula D01. Four wide, equally distributed longitudinal grooves accelerate water evacuation and equalise the water dispersion rate.
The more comfort oriented and fuel efficient SP Sport J5 uses a new generation of full silica compound which provides high wet weather grip and improved rolling resistance. The edge tie-bar works like a dam, dispersing water at high velocity, while an optimised number of sipes and grooves enhances water wiping while maintaining a large contact area, ensuring excellent braking performance in the wet.
The Dunlop Formula D05 is available in 28 sizes ranging from 15- to 18-inches in diameter, while the Dunlop SP Sport J5 retails in 17 sizes ranging from 12- to 15-inches in diameter. Continental Tyre Malaysia claims that together, they cover more than 90% of Malaysia’s passenger car tyre sizes.
Mileage upon installing tyres: 46,800km (30/12/2016)
Mileage today: 56,700km (26/9/2017)
Mileage covered: 9,900km.
BEST: 436km / 29.272km / 14.9km/l (90% Highway/ 10% city, Melaka day trip). Petron RON95
WORST: 280km / 30.93l / 9.05km/l. (90% City, 1 hour KL Jam) Shell RON95
Before I go, here's a Parting shot: