Toyo Proxes 4 Plus Review & Rating
- Dry 95% 95%
- Wet 85% 85%
- Snow 65% 65%
- Comfort 90% 90%
- Noise 80% 80%
- Treadwear 80% 80%
- Overall 86% 86%
Save up to 15% off your Toyo order!
Tirebuyer.com: The following list of Toyo styles are eligible for 15% savings, just enter TOYO15 at checkout. For all other Toyo styles, enter TOYO10 to save 10%
- All Open Country styles
- Celsius CUV
- Proxes 4 Plus
- Extensa HP II
- Proxes S/T
- Proxes ST III
I was fortunate enough to acquire a 2007 Honda S2000 for this Toyo Proxes 4 Plus review. My test car happens to be the second generation model S2000 fitted with the bigger and more powerful F22C1 2.2-liter inline-four.
Since the Toyo Proxes 4 Plus is an ultra-high performance all-season tire, I naturally needed a sports car to take advantage of the capabilities of the tires. But the Proxes 4 Plus II is not just about outright performance. In fact, Toyo claims that this tire can deliver surprising levels of comfort along with a quiet ride. Toyo also engineered the tire to have a long tread life.
It sounds too good to be true, right? Here is a high-performance tire with the DNA of a touring tire. I wonder if there were any compromises in terms of all-weather performance considering the fact that it is hard to get all the nice attributes of a summer and touring tire in an affordable package. That’s what I intend to find out in this Toyo Proxes 4 Plus Review.
In terms of price, the Toyo Proxes 4 Plus is in the average price range. My Honda S2000 came fitted with stock 17-inch wheels and the owner told me the tires cost approximately $125 each. That’s a pretty good bargain if you’ll ask me. It’s not as cheap as other brands, but you have to understand that you are buying an ultra-high performance tire with all-season capabilities.