Waterfall Tires is a Turkish tire manufacturer. I’m writing with bold characters cuz you’re going to read them from Turkish tire experts. In this article, I merge my market knowledge with reviews from Turkish customers. You can find anything you need about Waterfall tires. Let’s dig into it!
Who Makes Waterfall Tires?
A Turkish company Kolsan makes Waterfall tires. Kolsan is located in Kocaeli which is the center of tire manufacturers. There are too many manufacturers are located here. The main ones are Bridgestone, Pirelli, Lassa, and Goodyear.
Kolsan has been established in 2000. Since then, they were subcontracting the biggest manufacturers and built a tire for them. They’re known for their successful works with Pirelli.
In these long years, they’ve made their research and development and started to produce their own products. They target the USA and European markets. For this reason, environmentalist attitude is their must.
Where are Waterfall Tires Made?
These tires are made in Turkey, Kocaeli. Their factory is near to Pirelli’s one. As far as I know, their strong relationship with Pirelli is going on. Due to low-cost and high-quality labor, most manufacturers prefer to produce in Turkey.
The young generation of relatively cheap Turkish folks can easily impress foreign investors with either their education or a hard-working manner. Well, you can trust the quality of these tires.
Who Makes Waterfall Tires?
Kolsan, the Turkish tire manufacturer. Worth reminding, these tires are made in Turkey but not for the Turkish market. So, they’re suitable for the US market.
Are Waterfall Tires Good?
It depends on what do you expect from the tire. If you expect not perfect but an above-average performance from every aspect, yes, they are good. If you expect premium brand comfort, durability, and performance, you’re at the wrong place.
What I like,
- Dry pavement
- Smooth ride
- Quiet ride
What I’m not that much fan,
- Average light snow performance
- Poor deep snow and ice performance
- Average wet performance
- Average treadwear
Waterfall Eco Dynamictires are quite popular in the US market. Let’s review it detailly!
Eco Dynamic is Waterfall’s all-season passanger tire. This tire can be used on SUVs, sedans and CUVs. Eco Dynamic is super cheap tire. Well, it isn’t perfect on every aspect. Yet, it’s promising a lot. Let’s dig into it and see what’s its pros and cons!
As a former Bridgestone engineer, from my standpoint, Waterfall Eco Dynamic has a superior dry and wet grip. Moreover, it can handle light snow with ease. It’s alpha plus cozy and quiet. Yet, its severe winter performance is poor. Furthermore, it has average tread life with a 45,000 miles warranty.
Waterfall Eco Dynamic promises for a this affordable price. Below table will summirize its cons and pros.
|Solid dry and wet traction||Poor severe winter performance|
|Cozy ride||Average tread life|
- XL sizes tend to carry more load and offer better handling. Hence, they might be a better pick for bigger vehicles( XL vs SL tires)
- Please pay attention to the load range and speed index. These metrics are essential if you expect decent tread life
- There isn’t a bad tire in the market right now, you should just know what to expect from tires
A side note here: If you’d like to get local advice and find the best fit for your driving habits, location, and road conditions DiscountTire – Treadwell Tire Guide can give you masterpiece recommendations.
If you have any further questions, please leave them below. Have a safe ride!