Yokohama ADVAN Fleva V701

0.0 (0)
0 28 views

Compare Prices


The Yokohama ADVAN Fleva V701 is the latest addition to the Japanese tire company's global flagship ADVAN family. This high-performance sports tire provides excellent handling on city streets, highways, and twisty roads, along with a reliable grip on wet roads, which are classified according to the European tire labeling system "A" class. Yokohama V701 Advan Fleva is a premium high-speed summer tire with a directional tread pattern for medium and large passenger cars.

The Yokohama ADVAN Fleva V701 tires were presented to a wide audience at the 86th Geneva Motor Show in 2016. They complemented the "Advan" line, which already includes the Yokohama ADVAN Sport V105 tires, which are used by many of the world's leading car manufacturers as the base equipment of high-performance models, the ADVAN Neova AD08R sports street tires, and the premium comfort tires Advan dB.

Advan tires are widely used in motorsport and were adopted in 2016 as the test tire for the Japanese Super Formula Series and the final Asian Formula Championship. The manufacturer hopes that the Fleva V701 will meet all the expectations of motorists who prefer to rely only on Yokohama ADVAN tires. The tire performed relatively well on dry roads, but on wet surfaces, it showed long braking distances, poor handling, and poor aquaplaning resistance.

The Yokohama Advan Fleva V701 expands the Advan premium tire range with a focus on improving vehicle handling. The new high-performance sports tire will provide maximum driving pleasure for a wide variety of car owner groups, from sports car enthusiasts to limousines, compact cars, and crossovers.

The Fleva V701 is for those who love fast driving, but sports tires like the Neova are harsh and pricey. The high-performance tires are designed to enhance the driving pleasure of a diverse group of vehicle owners, from sports car enthusiasts to limousines, compact cars, and SUVs.

Fleva has set new standards not only in wet grip, but also in the quietness of sports tires, and what's more, it has low rolling resistance, making it the most environmentally friendly tire in its class. This is due to the directional tread design with increased overall groove length and a unique rubber compound.

The multi-edge tread pattern improves handling and a more aggressive design, says a Shina.Guide technician. Wide, lightning-shaped circumferential grooves increase traction and promote faster drainage in the rain. Claw grooves push water out to the sides when maneuvering. The side grooves of the Yokohama Advan Fleva V-701 in the form of swords accelerate the drainage of water from the contact patch, and since they have no connection with the main drainage grooves, the accuracy and speed of reactions to rudder turns are increased.

The different groove types are not connected, which increases the tread stiffness, improves handling, and reduces rolling noise, thus contributing to increased acoustic comfort in the vehicle interior.

The rubber compound, consisting of silica, special polymers, and orange oil (which increases the elasticity of the rubber), is kneaded according to a recipe based on the results of computer simulation. NanoBLEND technology strikes a good balance between wet behavior, durability and fuel economy. For safety on wet asphalt, these tires have received the highest rating according to the European classification: A.

Yokohama's Advan brand is closely associated with racing. The first HF model appeared in 1978. Since then, Advan tires have not left the racetrack. They are now used by teams from the WTCC Touring Car Championship, the 24-hour Le Mans Marathon, the IRC Intercontinental Rally, and the Formula 3 Grand Prix.

These are the most versatile tires in the Advan range - comfortable enough (not too noisy, not overly stiff) for everyday driving and quite suitable for track days on the speed ring.


  • The bright and attractive tread pattern
  • Excellent handling
  • Excellent grip on wet surfaces
  • Low noise sports tire
  • Application
  • Standard cars
  • Their "charged" versions
  • Main characteristics
  • Improved handling and grip performance
  • Claw grooves
  • Wide blade-shaped grooves
  • Zipper-shaped longitudinal grooves
  • New rubber compound "Sport for the environment"


  • Increases tread block rigidity and improved control response.
  • Increase the area of the contact patch.
  • Reduces tire noise.

Expert Review:

On dry pavement, the tire has a short braking distance, but at the same time poor handling and slow steering responses. On wet roads, long braking distances, poor handling, and little resistance to aquaplaning. High fuel consumption.


User reviews

There are no user reviews for this listing.
Dry Grip
Wet Grip
Vehicle Info
Driving Info
How would you describe your driving style?
Please select the description that most closely matches the conditions in which you drive
Tire Info
Would you purchase this tire again?
You will be able to upload media right after you submit your review.