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Minerva Tyres

Minerva F105

Minerva F105

Load Index: 84

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: V

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 7.7

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern
Extra Load

Extra Load tyres are an evolution of the reinforced tyre for heavier, higher performance vehicles, allowing a lower profile tyre with extra load carrying capability, these tyre give more rigidity and enhanced road holding. Extra load tyres have a higher inflation pressure and often have XL moulded on the sidewall.

From £49.40 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Quality budget tyre - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

TYRE
LABEL
71 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

Barum Tyres

Barum Bravuris 2

Barum Bravuris 2

Barum Bravuris 2 Tyres – Delivering High Performance at Affordable Prices

The Barum Bravuris 2 tyre is currently one of the most affordable tyres in the high performance category in the market. The tyre has been designed specifically for regular, everyday driving for sports cars and high performance saloons.

Manufactured by Barum Tyres, part of the Continental Group, the Barum Bravuris 2 is an extremely economical performer, offering one of the best mileage figures for tyres in its category.

The Barum Bravuris 2 tyres perform exceptionally well on various parameters of tyre safety such as braking response, grip levels and wet weather performance.

Additionally, the tyres also enhance the ride quality and comfort by improving traction and handling characteristics.

Let us consider some of these factors in detail.

Unmatched Grip

The Barum Bravuris 2 tyres incorporate an asymmetric tread pattern. As a result, the tyres exhibit good traction on wet and dry surface, providing unmatched grip and safety in a variety of driving conditions.

Handling Characteristics and Steering Responsiveness

Once again, the innovative tread design of the Barum Bravuris 2 tyres comes in play, producing excellent handling for the vehicle. The tread pattern has large lugs on the outer side, which delivers greater control over the vehicle improving handling and stability.

The tread ribs (space between the tread blocks) are siped (tiny slits that run on the width of the tyre blocks) to enhance the steering responsiveness.

Thus with improved handing and steering responsiveness, it is a pleasure to drive on the Barum Bravuris 2 tyres.

Wet Performance

Wide circumferential grooves in the tyres tread effectively displace water from under the tread during movement. As a result, the risk of aquaplaning reduces, leading optimal wet performance.

Braking Responsiveness

The Barum Bravuris 2 tyres offer maximum braking response on wet as well as dry roads due to a variety of innovative features.

The siped ribs improve grip and directly enhance responsiveness to braking on all surface conditions.

And by reducing aquaplaning, the circumferential grooves make it easier as well as smoother to stop by braking on wet surfaces.

Tread Wear

Two steel belts are merged inside the tread, which make it stiffer and more resistant to damage during its regular course of usage.

Also, the tyres use a unique new silica compound in construction that is extremely durable and wears slowly and evenly.

The silica compound, in fact, also contributes to the tyre’s high mileage.

So all in all fitting the Barum Bravuris 2 tyres to the car can be an extremely cost effective option for you in the long run.

Another tyre in the Barum range, the Barum Brillantis 2 also exhibits the same properties of economy and extended life. The Barum Brillantis 2 is touring summer tyre for passenger vehicles.

Tyre sizes

The Barum Bravuris 2 is available in 16 different sizes suitable for 16” to 20” rims.

Features and Benefits

  • High performance delivered at an affordable price.
  • Excellent stability and handling, ensuring driving comfort.
  • Unmatched grip on all surfaces and excellent braking response, enhancing safety.

Load Index: 80

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: V

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 9.8

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern

From £63.80 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Our BEST SELLING mid range tyre

TYRE
LABEL
71 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

Was £69.69     Save £5.89
Barum Tyres

Bravuris 3HM

Bravuris 3HM

Load Index: 80

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: V

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 9.8

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern

From £63.80 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Our BEST SELLING mid range tyre

TYRE
LABEL
71 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

Was £69.69     Save £5.89
Avon Tyres

Avon ZV5 XL

Avon ZV5 XL

Avon ZV5 XL Tyres – High Performance Tyres With Reinforced Load Capacity

The Avon ZV5 XL tyres are part of the high performance ZV5 range of car tyres from Avon tyres.

The Avon ZV5 tyres are suitable for a variety of vehicles like small hatchbacks, MPVs and sports cars. And in any of these cars, which demand support for higher load capacity, the Avon ZV5 XL tyres are the ideal choice.

The Avon ZV5 XL tyres are often the OE choice for high end sports cars and MPVs.

The Avon ZV5 XL Tyres USP

The Avon ZV5 XL tyres combine Avon’s long term (more than 100 years) experience and expertise in tyre manufacturing with the latest tyre technology advances to produce a tyre that scores well on practically all performance parameters such as braking response, wet weather performance, handling characteristics, tyre life and alloy protection.

Let us consider each of these factors in detail.

  • Braking Response

The Avon ZV5 XL tyres are associated with exceptional braking response due to the asymmetric tread pattern, which improves grip levels on wet and dry surfaces, thereby making the tyres more responsive when you apply the brakes. This is manifested as reduced stopping distances, which is important for safety and also enhances driver confidence.

  • Wet Weather Performance

The asymmetric tread pattern of the Avon ZV5 XL tyres contains large circumferential grooves that deflect water from the deepest of puddles, so that the risk of aquaplaning is minimised. Your car will now effortlessly glide over the water. Due to the superlative action of the grooves, the braking response on wet roads is also significantly enhanced.

  • Handling Characteristics

The Avon ZV5 XL tyres are equipped with a computer optimised ‘tri-arc’ tread pattern. This pattern maximises the area of contact between the tread and road, which manifests as improved handling and sharper steering response. The sidewall of the tyres is reinforced further, which also adds to the steering responsiveness, keeping you in complete control of the car always.

  • Extended Durability

The use of 4th generation silica rubber in the manufacture of the Avon ZV5 XL tyres enhances tyre life, besides contributing to wet performance. This silica is more resistant to wear and reduces the need for frequent tyre replacements that can be expensive in the long run.

  • Alloy Protection

The Avon ZV5 XL tyres are equipped with rim flange protectors on the sides to protect costly alloys against accidental kerbing damage.

Features and Benefits of Avon ZV5 XL Tyres

  • One of the best choices that combines high performance with extra load carrying capacity
  • Exceptional grip and braking response on wet and dry, maximising safety at all times.
  • Improved handling and steering responsiveness that puts you firmly in control of your vehicle at all speeds.
  • Extended tyre life and alloy protection are cost beneficial advantages.

Load Index: 84

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: V

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 9.8

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern
Extra Load

Extra Load tyres are an evolution of the reinforced tyre for heavier, higher performance vehicles, allowing a lower profile tyre with extra load carrying capability, these tyre give more rigidity and enhanced road holding. Extra load tyres have a higher inflation pressure and often have XL moulded on the sidewall.

From £71.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Our MOST RATED premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
72 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

Was £78.05     Save £6.55
Yokohama Tyres

Yokohama SDrive XL

Yokohama SDrive XL

Load Index: 84

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: W

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 8.3

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern
Extra Load

Extra Load tyres are an evolution of the reinforced tyre for heavier, higher performance vehicles, allowing a lower profile tyre with extra load carrying capability, these tyre give more rigidity and enhanced road holding. Extra load tyres have a higher inflation pressure and often have XL moulded on the sidewall.

From £74.90 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range tyre – High Performance

TYRE
LABEL
73 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

Was £81.24     Save £6.34

Mid-range

Barum Tyres

Bravuris 3HM

Bravuris 3HM

Load Index: 84

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: V

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 9.8

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern
Extra Load

Extra Load tyres are an evolution of the reinforced tyre for heavier, higher performance vehicles, allowing a lower profile tyre with extra load carrying capability, these tyre give more rigidity and enhanced road holding. Extra load tyres have a higher inflation pressure and often have XL moulded on the sidewall.

From £66.40 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Our BEST SELLING mid range tyre

TYRE
LABEL
72 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

Toyo Tyres

Toyo Proxes T1-R

Toyo Proxes T1-R

Toyo Proxes T1R Tyres – Uncompromised Ultra High Performance

The Toyo Proxes T1R tyres are ultra high performance tyres, that maintain the highest levels of performance, irrespective of surface. If you are looking for uncompromised high performance in terms of superb handling, grip and braking responsiveness on wet as well as dry surface, look no further than the Toyo Proxes T1R tyres.

The Toyo Proxes T1R tyres have been developed specifically by Toyo Tyres to meet the requirements of performance oriented sports coupes and saloons.

The tyres are part of Toyo’s flagship performance range- Proxes- which also consists of the popular Toyo Proxes CF1 tyres catering to high performance family saloons and the Toyo Proxes ST tyres, which are suitable for performance enhanced SUVs and CUVs.

Toyo Proxes T1R Tyres – USP

The most distinguishing feature of the Toyo Proxes T1R tyres is their distinct unidirectional V-shaped tread pattern. This tread pattern creates new benchmarks in the areas of wet and dry handling offered by the tyres. The tread pattern is also responsible for reducing the tyre noise levels and reducing irregular tread wear.

All in all, the Toyo Proxes T1R tyres deliver a quiet, comfortable ride. The tyres also last much longer as compared to other tyres in the category because tread wear is more uniform.

Toyo Proxes T1R Tyres – Performance

  • High Cornering Stability

The tread pattern of the Toyo Proxes T1R tyres includes rigid shoulder rib bands on the outer tyre shoulder. This rib band increases stability at high speeds, particularly during cornering, keeping you safe and intact. The rib band also contributes to reducing irregular tread wear and absorbs much of the ride vibrations, keeping the ride smooth and comfortable.

  • Exceptional Aquaplaning Performance

The aggressive V-shaped tread grooves in the tread pattern of the Toyo Proxes T1R tyres serve as excellent water dispersal channels. As water from the under-tread area is continuously channelled away, the resistance to aquaplaning increases, reducing the chances of skidding on wet roads. This is particularly important when you are cruising along at high speeds.

  • Superior Braking Responsiveness

The Toyo Proxes T1R tyres incorporate a special S compound that is geared for excellent wet performance while improving dry performance too. The tread compound has inherent high grip properties, which increases traction and braking responsiveness on wet as well as dry surface.

Available Sizes

The Toyo Proxes T1R tyres are available in a wide range of sizes right from 14 inch alloy fitments to staggering 21 inch alloy fitments. So whatever the car you drive, there is sure to be a Toyo Proxes T1R tyre for you.

Features and Benefits of the Toyo Proxes T1R Tyres

  • Enhanced cornering stability increases driving confidence while manoeuvring tricky turns.
  • The increased assurance of safety on wet surfaces puts you at ease while encountering wet weather conditions on the drive.
  • The quiet and smooth ride enhances ride comfort significantly.
  • The Toyo Proxes T1R tyres are long lasting value for money tyres.

Load Index: 80

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: V

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 8.3

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern

From £76.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range tyre – Sports Performance

TYRE
LABEL
71 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

Was £83.00     Save £6.50
Toyo Tyres

Toyo PX4 XL

Toyo PX4 XL

Toyo PX4 XL

Load Index: 84

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: V

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 8.3

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern
Extra Load

Extra Load tyres are an evolution of the reinforced tyre for heavier, higher performance vehicles, allowing a lower profile tyre with extra load carrying capability, these tyre give more rigidity and enhanced road holding. Extra load tyres have a higher inflation pressure and often have XL moulded on the sidewall.

From £76.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range tyre – Sports Performance

TYRE
LABEL
71 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

Was £83.00     Save £6.50
Firestone Tyres

Firestone SZ90

Firestone SZ90

Firestone SZ90 Tyres – The High Performance ‘Fun’ Tyres

Firestone SZ90 tyres are high performance tyres catering to the requirements of day to day driving for passenger cars.

Firestone Tyres , part of Bridgestone Tyres is reputed for producing high quality affordable tyres. Hence with the Firestone SZ90 tyres, you are assured of high value along with high performance.

The Firestone SZ90 tyres are in fact part of Firestone Tyres’ high performance range called Firehawk. The Firestone TZ300 tyres are also popular tyres from the Firestone Firehawk range.

Firestone SZ90 Tyres – The ‘Fun’ Tyres

The performance of the Firestone SZ90 tyres may not be as sporty as some of the high end ultra-high performance tyres, but it definitely brings a degree of ‘fun’ to the driving experience. Experts classify these tyres as ‘light sport tyres’. The focus of these tyres is more fun rather than pure sport.

In promoting the Firestone SZ90 tyres, the company has focussed on the ‘fun’ aspect and built further on the ‘Firestone Togetherness’ campaign. So essentially these tyres are targeted towards young people who love their cars and their long drives and want to have fun on the road together.

The Firestone SZ90 tyres are suitable for cars such as the Alfa Romeo 147, Peugeot 207, Opel Astra and others.

Firestone SZ90 Tyres – Performance USP

The performance USP of the tyres is their superb handling and traction on both wet and dry surface.

The Firestone SZ90 tyres offer a perfect balance of performance on wet and dry surface. With maximum grip and traction, you are assured of precise steering responsiveness and reduced braking distances, which enhance the exhilaration of the ride as well as assure safety at all times.

Firestone SZ90 Tyres – Unique Performance Feature

The above performance of the Firestone SZ90 tyres can be attributed to their unique dynamic asymmetric tread design. This tread design comprises a 3D tie bar in the centre groove. This maximises the connection between the centre and the blocks, improving block stiffness and enabling more efficient water flow away from the tread. As a result, wet traction improves and you experience maximum stability while cornering on wet surface.

Coming to enhanced performance on dry, this is the result of unique "μ" (pronounced “mew”) shaped tread blocks on the outer shoulder of the Firestone SZ90 tyres. This shape maximises contact between surface and rubber enhancing cornering stability and handling on dry surface.

Available Sizes

The Firestone SZ90 tyres are available for fitting on 15-18 inch rims and in 40-55mm profiles. Load reinforced Firestone SZ90 XL tyres are also available.

Features and Benefits of Firestone SZ90 Tyres

  • Unique tyres that let you have fun on the road
  • Fun, however is accompanied by safety on account of the high traction levels resulting in shorter braking distances
  • Superior handling and control on all surfaces, so that you enjoy your drive at all times.

Load Index: 80

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: V

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 8.4

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern

From £82.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range tyre

TYRE
LABEL
73 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

Was £89.60     Save £7.10
Toyo Tyres

Toyo Proxes CF2 XL

Toyo Proxes CF2 XL

Load Index: 84

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: V

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 8.3

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern
Extra Load

Extra Load tyres are an evolution of the reinforced tyre for heavier, higher performance vehicles, allowing a lower profile tyre with extra load carrying capability, these tyre give more rigidity and enhanced road holding. Extra load tyres have a higher inflation pressure and often have XL moulded on the sidewall.

From £82.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range tyre – Sports Performance

TYRE
LABEL
70 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

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Uniroyal Tyres

Uniroyal Rainsport 3

Uniroyal Rainsport 3

Load Index: 84

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: V

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 8.4

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern
Extra Load

Extra Load tyres are an evolution of the reinforced tyre for heavier, higher performance vehicles, allowing a lower profile tyre with extra load carrying capability, these tyre give more rigidity and enhanced road holding. Extra load tyres have a higher inflation pressure and often have XL moulded on the sidewall.

From £109.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range tyre – "The Rain Tyre"

TYRE
LABEL
72 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

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Premium

Bridgestone Tyres

Bridgestone T001

Bridgestone T001

Bridgestone T001 Tyres – For the Pleasure of Driving

 

The Bridgestone T001 tyres are touring tyres from Bridgestone Tyres that deliver the best of various elements to make driving a true pleasure.

The Bridgestone T001 tyres bring forth the most optimal combination of performance, safety, comfort and efficiency for passenger cars ranging from compact cars to premium saloons.

The tyres launched in the early half of 2012 belong to Bridgestone’s premium Turanza range and are being considered as a gradual replacement for the current (soon to be ex) star of the range – the Bridgestone ER300 tyres.

Bridgestone T001 Tyres – Performance

The Bridgestone T001 tyres are exceptional performers in areas of safety- particularly wet safety, handling, comfort and efficiency.

Wet Safety

The unique tread pattern of the Bridgestone T001 tyres incorporates an asymmetric multi-rib design that exhibits wide grooves. These grooves act as efficient water evacuation channels to provide high resistance to aquaplaning. This improves traction and grip and wet surface and causes up to 3% reduction in the wet stopping distance over the Bridgestone ER300 tyres.

 

Handling Characteristics

Bridgestone’s famed R&D team has developed all new high-silica component tread compound for the Bridgestone T001 tyres, which is associated with greater safety and handling. The new tread compound imparts greater stiffness both laterally and longitudinally to the tyre, improving handling and enhancing the braking responsiveness.

 

Reduced Noise Levels

The Bridgestone T001 tyre’s carcass shape and structure is optimised for reducing the tyre noise levels. Special noise reduction grooves are incorporated into the tread pattern, making the tyre compliant with the future 2016 noise level legislation.

Greater Fuel Efficiency

The Bridgestone T001 tyres use Bridgestone’s innovative Nano Pro-Tec technology that reduces rolling resistance and enhances fuel economy in the process. This is no random claim and is substantiated with figures. Compared to the earlier generation Turanza tyres, the Bridgestone T001 tyres offer 2.3% greater fuel efficiency.

Tyre Durability

The Bridgestone T001 tyres have a more flat profile, which increases the contact area between the surface and the tread. So there is more uniform pressure distribution that reduces uneven tread wear. This contributes to tyre longevity.

Available Sizes

The Bridgestone T001 tyres are available in a wide range of sizes for fitment on 15-18 inch alloys. Currently about 40 sizes are available and these are slated to increase next year. And rightly so if the company intends to replace the Bridgestone ER300 tyres with these tyres.

Reinforced XL versions of the tyres are also available.

Features and Benefits of the Bridgestone T001 Tyres

  • Best combination of performance safety and comfort to enhance driving pleasure at all times.
  • Greater fuel efficiency reduces your carbon footprint and increases your cost savings.
  • Clearly the ‘tyre of the future’ with noise levels complying with future standards.
  • Enhanced safety and handling on all surfaces.
  • Peace and quiet ride contributes to improved ride quality and comfort.

Load Index: 80

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: V

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 9.8

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern

From £88.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Our MOST POPULAR premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
71 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

Was £96.20     Save £7.70
Dunlop Tyres

Dunlop SP Sport BluResponse

Dunlop SP Sport BluResponse

Load Index: 84

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: V

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 9.3

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern
Extra Load

Extra Load tyres are an evolution of the reinforced tyre for heavier, higher performance vehicles, allowing a lower profile tyre with extra load carrying capability, these tyre give more rigidity and enhanced road holding. Extra load tyres have a higher inflation pressure and often have XL moulded on the sidewall.

From £89.33 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Premium brand tyre - Motorsport heritage

TYRE
LABEL
68 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

Was £97.30     Save £7.97
Goodyear Tyres

Goodyear Efficientgrip XL

Goodyear Efficientgrip XL

Goodyear EfficientGrip XL Tyres – Bringing Increased Fuel Efficiency for Heavy Load Applications

The fuel efficiency of any vehicle amongst others things depends on the weight of the vehicle. Weight refers to the weight of the vehicle itself as well as the load that it carries.

If you are regularly using your car for heavy load applications, it will tend to consume more fuel, which of course has a detrimental effect on the pocket. In such situations one of the best choices for you are the Goodyear EfficientGrip XL tyres, because they bring a higher degree of fuel efficiency specifically for enhanced load applications.

The Goodyear EfficientGrip Tyres Legacy

The Goodyear EfficientGrip tyres from Goodyear Tyres are specific passenger car tyres built around the premise that fuel efficiency can be achieved without comprising on safety, comfort and performance. Goodyear Tyres has extended the EfficientGrip legacy across an entire range of tyres including the Goodyear EfficientGrip SUV tyres that cater to SUVs and 4x4s and the Goodyear EfficientGrip XL tyres that bring the same benefits for heavier cars and regular cars with constant load intensive usage.

If you have to use your car regularly to ferry heavy loads (people or cargo), you just have to. With the Goodyear EfficientGrip XL tyres, at least your fuel costs will be under control.

What Makes the Goodyear EfficientGrip XL Tyres Special?

While they deliver performance on several parameters identical to the standard Goodyear EfficientGrip tyres, the Goodyear EfficientGrip XL tyres are special in that they have an excessively reinforced sidewall construction. The robust sidewall enables inflation to higher pressure levels and therefore the tyres are able to support heavier loads.

And fortified with the innovative technologies present in their standard counterparts, the Goodyear EfficientGrip XL tyres are able to deliver fuel efficiency while simultaneously supporting heavy loads.

 

Fuel Efficiency of the Goodyear EfficientGrip XL Tyres

The tread compound used in Goodyear EfficientGrip XL tyres (as in the standard tyres) contains greater proportion of silica, which reduces friction between carbon molecules, reducing the rolling resistance. Tyres with high rolling resistance need more fuel to overcome this resistance, resulting in reduced fuel efficiency. Thus with the Goodyear EfficientGrip XL tyres, reduced rolling resistance leads to more economic fuel utilisation.

Goodyear EfficientGrip XL Tyres – Performance

The Goodyear EfficientGrip XL tyres offer best-in-class wet performance with maximum traction and steering responsiveness on wet surface. The tyres are also associated with precision steering on dry roads and enhanced cornering stability. The GoodyearEfficientGrip XL tyres are long lasting and provide a quiet and comfortable drive.

Features and Benefits of the Goodyear EfficientGrip XL Tyres

  • Increased fuel efficiency despite heavy load applications – a big plus for fuel cost savings.
  • Best-in-class wet safety and control. This is important because loss of control on wet surface is a serious risk with driving heavy load vehicles.
  • When you are assured of a quiet and comfortable drive each time, what more can you ask for?

Load Index: 84

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: V

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 9.2

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern
Extra Load

Extra Load tyres are an evolution of the reinforced tyre for heavier, higher performance vehicles, allowing a lower profile tyre with extra load carrying capability, these tyre give more rigidity and enhanced road holding. Extra load tyres have a higher inflation pressure and often have XL moulded on the sidewall.

From £92.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
66 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

Was £100.60     Save £8.10
Continental Tyres

Continental Sport Contact 3

Continental Sport Contact 3

Load Index: 80

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: V

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 9.3

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern

From £95.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
72 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

Was £103.90     Save £8.40
Continental Tyres

Continental Premium Contact 2 XL

Continental Premium Contact 2 XL

Continental Premium Contact 2 XL Tyres – Enhanced Safety for Enhanced Load Applications

The Continental Premium Contact 2 XL tyres from Continental Tyres are one of the best choices for ensuring maximum safety in vehicles that carry heavy loads in day to day usage.

These tyres are the ‘extra load’ reinforced versions of the standard Continental Premium Contact 2 tyres.

And like their standard counterpart, the Continental Premium Contact 2 tyres are suitable for mid-range to premium luxury cars, albeit heavier cars or cars that are used routinely for heavy load applications.

Continental Premium Contact 2 XL Tyres – Overview

The Continental Premium Contact 2 XL tyres are exclusive summer tyres. They do not provide adequate traction on snow or ice and hence are not suitable for winter driving conditions.

As compared to the standard tyres, the Continental Premium Contact 2 XL tyres have a more rigid sidewall. So they can be inflated to higher pressure levels and hence they comfortably support heavier loads vis-a-vis the standard Continental Premium Contact 2 tyres.

While replacing your car tyres, you can switch to Continental Premium Contact 2 XL tyres of the same size, if you feel that your car usage warrants such a change. It is however recommended to check with professional tyre experts before making the change, as they are best qualified to advise you.

Continental Premium Contact 2 XL Tyres – Innovative Technology for Inspired Performance

The tread pattern of the Continental Premium Contact 2 XL tyres is the asymmetric pattern and it incorporates innovative 3D tread grooves. The optimised shape and structure of the 3D grooves, enhance braking performance on wet and dry surface, improving safety significantly at all times.

 

3D Groove Technology – Exceptional Wet Safety

Circumferential and lateral grooves in any tyre form an efficient water channelization system, deflecting the water away from the tyre tread and enhancing wet safety. But in the Continental Premium Contact 2 XL tyres the 3D design of the grooves creates a swirling effect on the surface water. This leads to even more rapid and effective water displacement, reducing the risk of aquaplaning significantly and eliminating chances of skidding.

So however heavy your vehicle load is, you need not be worried that you may lose control on wet roads, when you are driving on the Continental Premium Contact 2 XL tyres.

Increased Manoeuvrability

The Continental Premium Contact 2 XL tyres use tread compound that has inherent high grip properties. This increases directional stability, transmitting driving forces more precisely to the road. Also the tread compound is less prone to distortion. As a result, you experience greater control and better manoeuvrability on your car.

Features and Benefits of the Continental Premium Contact 2 XL Tyres

  • Assured safety on all surfaces irrespective of the load you are carrying. The tyres are specifically designed to reduce braking distances on heavy load applications.
  • You maintain precise control over the car under all conditions due to enhanced manoeuvrability.
  • Exceptional safety on wet surface.

Load Index: 84

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: V

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 9.3

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern
Asymmetrical Tyres

Asymmetrical tyres have a different tread pattern on each side of the tyre and in most cases have 'inner' and 'outer' markings on the sidewalls of the tyres. This allows different tread patterns with differing characteristics to be combined in one tyre for excellent dry and wet weather performance.

Extra Load

Extra Load tyres are an evolution of the reinforced tyre for heavier, higher performance vehicles, allowing a lower profile tyre with extra load carrying capability, these tyre give more rigidity and enhanced road holding. Extra load tyres have a higher inflation pressure and often have XL moulded on the sidewall.

From £99.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
72 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

Was £108.30     Save £8.80
Continental Tyres

Continental Premium Contact 2 XL

Continental Premium Contact 2 XL

Continental Premium Contact 2 XL Tyres – Enhanced Safety for Enhanced Load Applications

The Continental Premium Contact 2 XL tyres from Continental Tyres are one of the best choices for ensuring maximum safety in vehicles that carry heavy loads in day to day usage.

These tyres are the ‘extra load’ reinforced versions of the standard Continental Premium Contact 2 tyres.

And like their standard counterpart, the Continental Premium Contact 2 tyres are suitable for mid-range to premium luxury cars, albeit heavier cars or cars that are used routinely for heavy load applications.

Continental Premium Contact 2 XL Tyres – Overview

The Continental Premium Contact 2 XL tyres are exclusive summer tyres. They do not provide adequate traction on snow or ice and hence are not suitable for winter driving conditions.

As compared to the standard tyres, the Continental Premium Contact 2 XL tyres have a more rigid sidewall. So they can be inflated to higher pressure levels and hence they comfortably support heavier loads vis-a-vis the standard Continental Premium Contact 2 tyres.

While replacing your car tyres, you can switch to Continental Premium Contact 2 XL tyres of the same size, if you feel that your car usage warrants such a change. It is however recommended to check with professional tyre experts before making the change, as they are best qualified to advise you.

Continental Premium Contact 2 XL Tyres – Innovative Technology for Inspired Performance

The tread pattern of the Continental Premium Contact 2 XL tyres is the asymmetric pattern and it incorporates innovative 3D tread grooves. The optimised shape and structure of the 3D grooves, enhance braking performance on wet and dry surface, improving safety significantly at all times.

 

3D Groove Technology – Exceptional Wet Safety

Circumferential and lateral grooves in any tyre form an efficient water channelization system, deflecting the water away from the tyre tread and enhancing wet safety. But in the Continental Premium Contact 2 XL tyres the 3D design of the grooves creates a swirling effect on the surface water. This leads to even more rapid and effective water displacement, reducing the risk of aquaplaning significantly and eliminating chances of skidding.

So however heavy your vehicle load is, you need not be worried that you may lose control on wet roads, when you are driving on the Continental Premium Contact 2 XL tyres.

Increased Manoeuvrability

The Continental Premium Contact 2 XL tyres use tread compound that has inherent high grip properties. This increases directional stability, transmitting driving forces more precisely to the road. Also the tread compound is less prone to distortion. As a result, you experience greater control and better manoeuvrability on your car.

Features and Benefits of the Continental Premium Contact 2 XL Tyres

  • Assured safety on all surfaces irrespective of the load you are carrying. The tyres are specifically designed to reduce braking distances on heavy load applications.
  • You maintain precise control over the car under all conditions due to enhanced manoeuvrability.
  • Exceptional safety on wet surface.

Load Index: 84

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: H

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 9.3

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern
Extra Load

Extra Load tyres are an evolution of the reinforced tyre for heavier, higher performance vehicles, allowing a lower profile tyre with extra load carrying capability, these tyre give more rigidity and enhanced road holding. Extra load tyres have a higher inflation pressure and often have XL moulded on the sidewall.

From £106.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
72 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

Was £116.00     Save £9.50
Continental Tyres

Continental Eco Contact 5 XL

Continental Eco Contact 5 XL

Load Index: 84

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: H

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 9.3

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern
Extra Load

Extra Load tyres are an evolution of the reinforced tyre for heavier, higher performance vehicles, allowing a lower profile tyre with extra load carrying capability, these tyre give more rigidity and enhanced road holding. Extra load tyres have a higher inflation pressure and often have XL moulded on the sidewall.

From £106.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
72 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

Was £116.00     Save £9.50
Michelin Tyres

Michelin Pil Sport 3

Michelin Pil Sport 3

Load Index: 84

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: V

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 9.1

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern
Extra Load

Extra Load tyres are an evolution of the reinforced tyre for heavier, higher performance vehicles, allowing a lower profile tyre with extra load carrying capability, these tyre give more rigidity and enhanced road holding. Extra load tyres have a higher inflation pressure and often have XL moulded on the sidewall.

From £107.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
71 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

Pirelli Tyres

Pirelli PZero Nero XL

Pirelli PZero Nero XL

Load Index: 84

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: V

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 9.0

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern
Extra Load

Extra Load tyres are an evolution of the reinforced tyre for heavier, higher performance vehicles, allowing a lower profile tyre with extra load carrying capability, these tyre give more rigidity and enhanced road holding. Extra load tyres have a higher inflation pressure and often have XL moulded on the sidewall.

From £114.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
71 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

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Michelin Tyres

Michelin Winter

Michelin Winter

Michelin Winter Tyre

Load Index: 84

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: H

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 9.1

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern
Extra Load

Extra Load tyres are an evolution of the reinforced tyre for heavier, higher performance vehicles, allowing a lower profile tyre with extra load carrying capability, these tyre give more rigidity and enhanced road holding. Extra load tyres have a higher inflation pressure and often have XL moulded on the sidewall.

Winter Tyres

Winter tyres are made from a different compound to standard tyres - one that doesn’t harden in the cold. It remains flexible and grippy due to its higher proportion of natural rubber.

From £115.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
70 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

Continental Tyres

CONTINENTAL WINTER

CONTINENTAL WINTER

Continental Winter Tyre

Load Index: 80

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: T

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 9.3

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern
Winter Tyres

Winter tyres are made from a different compound to standard tyres - one that doesn’t harden in the cold. It remains flexible and grippy due to its higher proportion of natural rubber.

From £116.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
72 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

Pirelli Tyres

Pirelli PZero Nero XL

Pirelli PZero Nero XL

Load Index: 84

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: W

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 9.0

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern
Extra Load

Extra Load tyres are an evolution of the reinforced tyre for heavier, higher performance vehicles, allowing a lower profile tyre with extra load carrying capability, these tyre give more rigidity and enhanced road holding. Extra load tyres have a higher inflation pressure and often have XL moulded on the sidewall.

From £125.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
71 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.

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Pirelli Tyres

Pirelli Winter

Pirelli Winter

Pirelli Winter Tyre

Load Index: 84H X

Identifies maximum load capacity of a tyre when driven at maximum speed

Speed Rating: H

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 9.0

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern
Winter Tyres

Winter tyres are made from a different compound to standard tyres - one that doesn’t harden in the cold. It remains flexible and grippy due to its higher proportion of natural rubber.

From £135.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
72 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

As a tyre rolls, it deforms and dissipates energy. This lost energy is known as rolling resistance and directly impact on fuel consumption. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference between the two is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy.

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

Tyres with excellent wet grip have shorter braking distances on slippery roads, essential for keeping you safe in the rain. Graded A (best) to G (worst), the difference in braking between the two is 18 metres or four car lengths.

Exterior Noise Emission

A tyres exterior noise grading is expressed in decibels (dB) and accompanied by one, two or three sound waves. Graded 1 (best) to 3 (worst), the best are designed to exceed future EU noise regulations.



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