Van and light truck tyre with strong focus on safety and a long life
EU Tyre label
Snow grip (3PMSF)
Uniform pressure distribution through simulated tyre construction
Improved fuel efficiency
New generation tread and base compound
Stiffer tread pattern for stability during braking
Tool Tip - Size Table
FUEL EFFICIENCY/ROLLING RESISTANCEFuel efficiency is important to reduce both CO2 emissions and the cost of driving. Each tyre can be categorised for its fuel efficiency. Tyres are rated between A – G; A being the most fuel efficient, G bring the least fuel efficient. The difference between each category means a reduction or increase in fuel consumption of 3-4%.
WET GRIP/BRAKING PERFORMANCEWet grip is a critical safety feature, relating to how quickly a tyre can stop on wet roads. Tyres are rated A – G; A being the shortest braking distances in the wet, G being the longest braking distance in the wet. The difference in each category can mean an extra one to two car lengths (3-6 metres) on the stopping distance.
NOISE EMISSION/EXTERIOR NOISEThis relates to the external noise made by the tyre and is measured in dB (decibels). There are three ratings for noise as indicated by sound waves on the diagram. The more black waves, the louder the tyre.