Bargain Dynaxer HP3 / Fuel efficiency: E, wet grip: B, ext. rolling noise: 69dB, rolling noise class: B Stockists
 

Dynaxer HP3 / Fuel efficiency: E, wet grip: B, ext. rolling noise: 69dB, rolling noise class: B Stockists

Kleber, the French manufacturer, will soon celebrate a century since its creation, in Paris, in 1910. This brand's history is fundamentally bound to strong events in the tyre historical development: in 1951 it literally started a revolution, with the first tyre having an incorporated inner tube. The constant rush of innovation places Kleber on the sixth place in the European consumers' preferences. These tyres meet invariably three demands: safety, longevity and elegant driving. Lead by its perfectionist philosophy, this constructer invented, only three years ago, a new water draining system, applied to modern tread patterned tyres, the Dynaxer DR. Bought by Michelin, this traditional constructer never stopped to reinforce its own features. A nice resume, because Kleber tyres have often been chosen as original equipment by renowned car brands such as Volkswagen, Opel, Peugeot, Renault or Suzuki.

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Advan A460L / Fuel efficiency: C, wet grip: E, 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 others won Yokohama tyres a well deserved title of the "official tyre" in the American Championship of Monterey, in 2006.


 
 

Solus HA31 XL / Fuel efficiency: E, wet grip: C, ext. rolling noise: 71dB, rolling noise class: B

Kumho tires finished third with Miracle Motorsports at the 24 hours of...

Kumho tires finished third with Miracle Motorsports at the 24 hours of Le Mans, in June 2006. A winner's temperament seems to best describe this manufacturer's philosophy, who established its general headquarters in Seoul, South Korea. The face of this multinational who won the respect of consumers all over the world, with its ultra safe tyres, conceived to get the best out of any car, scarcely reminds of the small factory, born in 1960. Always facing future and innovation, this South-Korean producer monopolizes today the ninth place in the top 10 of the greatest tyre manufacturers. Facts, speak better than words: in 2002, Kumho released the very first 26 inch ultra high performance tire (UHP). The leading word in this manufacturer's attitude is development. Kumho has planned to double its production by the end of 2007.


 
 

Sportrac 5 FSL / Fuel efficiency: C, wet grip: B, ext. rolling noise: 71dB, rolling noise class: B

The Dutch constructer Vredestein never stops astonishing. Exactly like...

The Dutch constructer Vredestein never stops astonishing. Exactly like it did in 1999, when it released its newest tire, the Sportrac, that made the covers of specialized magazines. Indeed, a tire designed by Giorgetto Giugaro, one of the most prolific automobile designers in this industry's history, is in itself a great event. Vredestein Baden B.V., headquartered in Enschede, Holland, begins its story in 1946. Known essentially for their irreproachable grip on snow-covered roads and for their aggressiveness on dry roads, these tires are placed on the fourth position in the European consumers' preferences. Equipping a car with a Vredestein tire, means instantaneously making it more attractive. These tires know how to play the aces in their sleeves. The elegance and the post-modern aesthetics meet up to create tread patterns inspired from the bio-design current, that uses pure forms and fluid contours, to remind the beauty of nature. For Vredestein, every detail is important.


 
 

Sp Winter Sport 3D (*) / Fuel efficiency: E, wet grip: E, ext. rolling noise: 71dB, rolling noise class: B

SP winter Sport 3D is an Original Equipment (OE) Performance winter tyre...

SP winter Sport 3D is an Original Equipment (OE) Performance winter tyre specially developed for sports car, coupes and sedans. They are designed to provide good traction on dry, wet and snowy surface. New silica mixing process is used in the tread compound to give enhanced grip and elasticity at low temperature. The tread design is highly directional in pattern. The cutting-edge Active Traction Sipe System has three different sipes which helps in achieving different types of traction. The central tread block with pulling sipes provides good traction during accelerating and braking process. The intermediate high-amplitude sipes ensures stability and control on wet surface. The 3D sipes in the shoulder block enhance the stability and handling of the vehicle. The Multi-Radius Tread (MRT) technology helps in delivering uniform pressure across the tyre and provides good dry traction. SP winter Sport 3D is also embedded with twin steel belts using JointLess Band (JLB) of nylon to give good contact patch. It is branded with snowflake-on-the-mountain symbol.


 
 

Alpin 5 MO / Fuel efficiency: E, wet grip: B, ext. rolling noise: 68dB, rolling noise class: A

The Michelin Alpin 5 205/65 R16 95 H MO is a premium winter touring tyre...

The Michelin Alpin 5 205/65 R16 95 H MO is a premium winter touring tyre that replaces the Alpin A4. The tyre is geared towards compacts, mid-range and large saloons. When a study by VUFO concluded that 57% of road accidents occur on dry road surfaces, Michelin took this as an opportunity to improve the wet and dry performance of its winter tyres. The Michelin Alpin 5 205/65 R16 95 H MO's tread pattern features deeper grooves and a 17% higher void ratio than the Alpin A4, which improves its snow and wet performance. Michelin's “Stabiligrip Technology”, which helps the tyre retain its overall rigidity, uses three-dimensional intersecting sipes to improve the rigidity of the tread blocks. With a 16% increase in the number of sipes in the Michelin Alpin 5 205/65 R16 95 H MO, the tyre's stability is increased. The rubber in the Michelin Alpin 5 205/65 R16 95 H MO uses Michelin's fourth generation silica-based rubber compound, HelioCompound 4G. This contains a sunflower oil base that allows the tyre to retain its softness, even at low temperatures.


 
 

Advan Sport V105 RPB / Fuel efficiency: F, 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 others won Yokohama tyres a well deserved title of the "official tyre" in the American Championship of Monterey, in 2006.


 
 

Advan Sport V105 XL RPB / Fuel efficiency: E, wet grip: A, ext. rolling noise: 75dB, 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 others won Yokohama tyres a well deserved title of the "official tyre" in the American Championship of Monterey, in 2006.





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