Bargain Blizzak LM 32 XL / Fuel efficiency: E, wet grip: C, ext. rolling noise: 71dB, rolling noise class: B Stockists
 

Blizzak LM-32 XL / Fuel efficiency: E, wet grip: C, ext. rolling noise: 71dB, rolling noise class: B Stockists

All tyres used by the Formula 1 teams were supplied by Bridgestone, from 2008 to 2010. Bridgestone Corporation is the first tire manufacturer to ever establish in Japan. In 1988, the company expands, by taking over of the Firestone Tire Company. Technology and safety are the key words in the philosophy of this Nippon constructor, who won the second place on the international tire market. Specialized in the off-road tires, Bridgestone takes very personally the development of ecological tires, fit to stand up against the worst weather conditions. From a Bridgestone tire we can expect both an excellent wet traction and the noise reduction band or the ride comfort system, all "home made". This obsession that Bridgestone has with innovation, made Bridgestone win the Japanese a good deal of Formula 1 Grand Prix, next to some of the most sounding names in this business, like Ferrari, Williams or Toyota. Out of the race, this manufacturer supplies original tires for the Audi TT, the BMW Z8 and the brand new Mazda Miata, MX-5.

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Polaris 3 XL / Fuel efficiency: F, wet grip: C, ext. rolling noise: 73dB, rolling noise class: B

Good tires at attractive prices. This is how the Czech constructer Barum...

Good tires at attractive prices. This is how the Czech constructer Barum sums up what it calls a "smart philosophy" that it has been following during its sixty years of existence. This manufacturer's history and professional path are at least atypical on the tire market. This company, well respected in Europe for its all season, safe and resistant tires, mixes three different know-how. Barum likes to do things itself. It conceives, transports and distributes its tires. In the Otrokovice factory, the engineers have understood that a tire must not only meet the traditional standards, like precision and endurance, but they must also offer comfort to drivers. The recent model, Bravuris is the best proof that this constructer keeps its word. Barum, which has mergered with Continental A.G. in 1992, intends to develop more its high speed tires. In the meanwhile, this manufacturer has fun every year at the...


 
 

Blizzak LM-32 AO XL / Fuel efficiency: E, wet grip: C, ext. rolling noise: 71dB, rolling noise class: B

All tyres used by the Formula 1 teams were supplied by Bridgestone, from...

All tyres used by the Formula 1 teams were supplied by Bridgestone, from 2008 to 2010. Bridgestone Corporation is the first tire manufacturer to ever establish in Japan. In 1988, the company expands, by taking over of the Firestone Tire Company. Technology and safety are the key words in the philosophy of this Nippon constructor, who won the second place on the international tire market. Specialized in the off-road tires, Bridgestone takes very personally the development of ecological tires, fit to stand up against the worst weather conditions. From a Bridgestone tire we can expect both an excellent wet traction and the noise reduction band or the ride comfort system, all "home made". This obsession that Bridgestone has with innovation, made Bridgestone win the Japanese a good deal of Formula 1 Grand Prix, next to some of the most sounding names in this business, like Ferrari, Williams or Toyota. Out...


 
 

G745 / Fuel efficiency: E, wet grip: C, ext. rolling noise: 69dB, rolling noise class: B

Car Tyre G745 : Car tyres 195/65 R15 91 T

Car Tyre G745 : Car tyres 195/65 R15 91 T


 
 

Advan Sport V105 MO RPB / Fuel efficiency: E, wet grip: A, ext. rolling noise: 71dB, rolling noise class: B

Yokohama and BMW finished first on the New England's Grand Prix podium,...

Yokohama and BMW finished first on the New England's Grand Prix podium, at Lime Rock, in July 2006. Yokohama Rubber Company is unquestionably in the top 10 of the greatest tyre constructers. Founded at the beginning of the 20th century, in Japan, the company manages to penetrate and to impose its name on the American and European markets very fast, thanks to its inventive technology and to an almost "aggressive" will to expand. In the USA, this Japanese manufacturer is among the first to ever introduce the concept of an asymmetric tread band design. Nowadays, their reputation precedes them: the Japanese tyres are famous for their UHP (ultra high performance) line, used in official races. A tyre produced in a Yokohama factory, except from its safety, its modern design and its resistance, is famous for its grip in significant slippery angles and in aquaplaning situations. All these features and many...


 
 

Cinturato P4 / Fuel efficiency: F, wet grip: E, ext. rolling noise: 72dB, rolling noise class: C

The Italian manufacturer Pirelli was declared favourite by renowned automobile...

The Italian manufacturer Pirelli was declared favourite by renowned automobile magazines after the summer tires tests, held in Germany, in 2006. Very appreciated by the critics, these tires received attributes going from "very recommended" to "highly recommended". Founded in Milan, at the end of the 19th century Pirelli has definitely won its place among the greatest tire manufacturers in the world. Design and high technology: the Italians imposed their marks on the field with their perception of the tire mixing both the technical perfection and the most "design" aesthetics. In 2004, Pirelli "showed off" with Subaru, in the World Rally Championship. More recently they have become associates with Ford, who chose Pirelli as a strategic partner in 2006.





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