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Westlake Tyres

Westlake RP18

Westlake RP18

Load Index: 91

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: 7.8

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 £48.02 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.

Bct Tyres

BCT S600

BCT S600

Load Index: 91

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

From £48.79 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Quality budget 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.

Bct Tyres

BCT ES9000

BCT ES9000

Load Index: 91

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

From £48.79 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Quality budget 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.

Westlake Tyres

Westlake RVH680

Westlake RVH680

Westlake RVH680 Tyres – Perfection in Passenger Tyres

The Westlake RVH680 tyres from Westlake Tyres are not merely passenger car tyres, but you can call them ‘perfection in passenger car tyres’.

Westlake Tyres, a China based manufacturer, has been operating in the global tyre market for the past five decades now. With an impressively broad range of tyres for all applications including commercial tyres and trailer tyres, Westlake Tyres is also the manufacturer of the popular Westlake SP06 tyres for cars and minivans.

The Westlake RVH680 tyres are passenger car tyres specifically for summer. They need to be replaced during winters as they are not designed to provide the requisite traction on snow and ice. But if you are looking for the perfect drive in summer, the Westlake RVH680 tyres surely will not disappoint you.

Westlake RVH680 Tyres Tread Pattern

 

The Westlake RVH680 tyres exhibit a symmetrical tread pattern, which means that the tread design on either side of the central tyre rib is identical. There are pronounced sipes present on the inner and outer tyre shoulders, which contribute to better grip and enhance the traction levels. Thus braking responsiveness is greatly enhanced. So you can drive more confidently, knowing that stopping distances will be significantly shorter.

The enhanced traction also contributes to increasing the steering responsiveness, making for a more exhilarating drive.

Westlake RVH680 Tyres – Wet Safety

The presence of wide circumferential grooves causes effective drainage of water from the tyre tread improving safety dramatically on wet surfaces and the reducing the chances of loss of control due to skidding.

Westlake RVH680 Tyres – Noise Levels

The singular tread pattern of the Westlake RVH680 tyres minimises noise levels significantly, creating a pleasant and comfortable drive for you. An innovative technology called ‘multi-pitch sequencing’ is used for this purpose. Many a family trip (or work commute) is ruined due to the incessant accompanying tyre noise. Rest assured, with the Westlake RVH680 tyres, you will not have this issue to deal with.

Available Sizes

The Westlake RVH680 tyres are available in a wide range of sizes for fitting 14, 15 and 16 inch alloys. Of course, these are the typical passenger car tyre sizes. The tyres diameter ranges from 185mm to a maximum of 215mm. The profile height is 50, 55, 60 or 65 mm.

Features and Benefits of Westlake RVH680 Tyres

  • One of the best tyres for your passenger car from the aspect of safety as well as performance.
  • Greater assurance of safety due to the increased braking responsiveness.
  • Improved wet safety levels ensure that your driving confidence remains unshaken even during wet weather.
  • A far more comfortable ride due to the reduced tyre noise levels.
  • The ride vibrations are effectively absorbed, making for a smooth ride.

Load Index: 91

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: 7.8

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 £48.90 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Quality budget tyre - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

TYRE
LABEL
74 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.

Westlake Tyres

Westlake SP06

Westlake SP06

Westlake SP06 Tyres – All Season Driving Performance & Comfort….Delivered

When you are looking for superior driving comfort and excellent performance all year round, the Westlake SP06 tyres are one of the best options for you. Manufactured by Chinese tyre manufacturer Westlake Tyres, the Westlake SP06 tyres are popular touring tyres available in sizes for cars and minivans.

To those familiar with the global tyre market, Westlake Tyres needs no introduction. Having been in existence for close to half a century, Westlake Tyres has a presence in practically all tyre sectors. The popular Westlake RVH680 tyres for the passenger car segment are part of Westlake Tyres’ wide and impressive product portfolio.

Westlake SP06 Tyres- Impressive Performance on all Fronts

Westlake Tyres has an excellent track record in R&D investment resulting in innovative tyre technologies. The Westlake SP06 tyres, being the flagship product of the company naturally are endowed with superior technologies and consequently deliver superior performance on all fronts.

  • Steering Responsiveness

The irregular tread design of the Westlake SP06 tyres comprises several thin, but effective sipes. These sipes dig into the surface, enhancing traction and steering responsiveness. You will thus experience a smooth drive at all times, including while negotiating those tricky corners.

  • Safety on Wet Surface

The Westlake SP06 tyres contain 4 wide circumferential grooves which effectively perform the task of displacing water from the tread surface. Thus the area of contact with wet surface increases, reducing the risk of aquaplaning and minimising the chances of skidding on wet surfaces.

 

  • Reduced Noise Levels

The multi-pitch tread pattern of the Westlake SP06 tyres significantly reduces tyre noise levels. The presence of the tiny sipes also serves to muffle road noise, resulting in an overall quiet and peaceful ride.

  • High Speed Stability

The central rib of the Westlake SP06 tyre is long and solid and contributes much to keeping you stable on the roads. Even at high speeds, stability remains uncompromised, and you can drive ahead with confidence and peace of mind.

  • High Wear Resistance

The Westlake SP06 tyres are designed to minimise irregular tread wear. This increases the life of the tyres, making the tyres definitely value for money in the long run.

Features and Benefits of the Westlake SP06 Tyres

  • These are all season tyres, so you save time and money in not having to change tyres when the weather changes.
  • With superior aquaplaning resistance, you need not have any qualms about driving in wet weather.
  • Increased traction levels improve driving confidence and make for a comfortable driving experience.
  • Experience high performance levels on your car due to the assurance of maximum stability at high speeds.
  • Look forward to a quiet and relaxing drive at all times.

Load Index: 91

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: 7.8

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 £50.66 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Quality budget tyre - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

TYRE
LABEL
74 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.

Wanli Tyres

Wanli S1023 XL

Wanli S1023 XL

Wanli S1023 XL Tyres– Smooth Drives like Never Before

Choice of tyres could make or break your drive! Wanli S1023 XL tyres are just the perfect choice for a smooth dreamy drive on the road. Wanli S1023 XL tyres are brought to you byWanli Tyres and are a slight modification of their popular Wanli S1023 tyres.

South China Tyre and Rubber Co. Ltd, the parent company of the Wanli brand, has been the one of the largest exporters of radial tyres since the last two decades. The company also houses another brand called Sunny, along with Wanli tyres.

If you own a larger and heavier passenger car, luxury sports car or premium car, or if you use your car frequently to ferry heavy loads- passenger or cargo, then the Wanli S1023 XL tyres would be a good bet. The Wanli S1023 XL tyres cater exclusively to load reinforced applications. They are a budget brand in spite of being fitted for premium vehicles.

Special Features of the Wanli S1023 XL Tyres

 

a. Grip Characteristics

These tyres can work magic on both dry and wet roads. The Wanli S1023 XL Tyres consist of six unremitting straight grooves that help in dispersal of water in any form, thus making your drive on a wet road smooth with admirable grip. The dry grip offered by these tyres is also exceptional.

b. Looks

The Wanli S1023 XL tyres look exactly how premium tyres should. Classic looks and trendy design is an important feature of the Wanli S1023 XL tyres and they accentuate the looks of your vehicle.

c. Tread Features

Flat tread of the Wanli S1023 XL tyres responds well to your steering, keeping you in perfect control of your car at all times. This is particularly important when you are driving with heavy load. The tread does not wear much before giving you high mileage.

d. Low Road Noise

A silky smooth drive is impossible if accompanied by screechy road noises. You get your complete experience of a serene drive with the Wanli S1023 XL tyres due to reduced tyre noise.

Features and Benefits of the Wanli S1023 XL tyres

  • The Wanli S1023 XL tyres are a premium budget brand making it a best buy if you are looking for a good quality tyre that is reasonably priced.
  • Drive safely and comfortably with these tyres on both dry and wet roads thanks to the excellent road grip.
  • Well planned design imparts low rolling resistance and high shock absorption levels to the Wanli S1023 XL tyres. Thus you save costs on fuel and enjoy a comfortable and vibration free ride.
  • For buyers who do not compromise on mileage, Wanli S1023 XL tyres are your best choice with the tread being quite resistant to wear whilst keeping the mileage at competitive levels.
  • Experience added comfort with low tyre noise levels.

Load Index: 95

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: 7.2

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 £50.66 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Quality budget tyre

TYRE
LABEL
69 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.

Rovelo Tyres

Rovelo RHP-778

Rovelo RHP-778

Load Index: 95

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: 7.6

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 £50.66 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Quality budget tyre - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

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.

Avon Tyres

Avon ZT5

Avon ZT5

Load Index: 91

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: 9.8

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 £54.25 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Our MOST RATED 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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Barum Tyres

Barum Brillantis

Barum Brillantis

Barum Brillantis Tyres – The High Mileage Summer Tyres from Barum

The Barum Brillantis tyres are high mileage summer tyres from Barum Tyres. Czech Republic based Barum Tyres is the ‘economical’ tyre manufacturing arm of Continental Tyres.

The Barum Brillantis tyres are suitable for small to medium passenger cars and bring immense value-for-money to your everyday driving experience.

The other summer product from Barum – the Barum Bravuris tyres are suitable for larger and higher performance vehicles.

Barum Brillantis Tyres - Performance

The Barum Brillantis tyres perform well on a variety of crucial parameters such as wet performance and traction and exhibit prolonged tyre life, obviating the need for frequent costly tyre replacements.

Barum Brillantis Tyres – Design That Enables Performance

 

  • Flat Belt Contour and Sturdy Shoulder Lugs

The Barum Brillantis tyres incorporate a ‘flat belt contour’ into the tread, which enhances the tread stiffness. Also on the tyre shoulder are present sturdy lugs. These two factors reinforce the tread, making it more resistant to uneven wear, contributing to a longer tyre life.

  • Multiple Lug Edges

The multiple lug edges in the tread pattern and the tread rigidity (due to the flat belt contour) combine to produce more accurate transmission of power to the tyres during acceleration and braking. This improves traction offered by the Barum Brillantis tyres, enhancing safety on all surfaces and at all speeds.

Additionally, handling characteristics improve, giving greater control and thus confidence particularly during cornering on wet and dry.

  • Grooves and Sipes on the Tread

The Barum Brillantis tyres exhibit central circumferential grooves and grooves on the inner shoulders. Lateral sipes are present in between the tread blocks.

Together the grooves and the sipes ensure effective water displacement both laterally and circumferentially.

The Barum Brillantis tyres thus offer a ‘double’ water channelling system and provide exceptional safety on wet surfaces by greatly reducing the risk of aquaplaning.

  • Optimal Sipes and Lugs Placement

The sipes on the tread and the angular placement of the lugs are optimised to reduce tyre noise. So you can enjoy a quiet and peaceful ride at all times.

Available Sizes

This impressive performance of the Barum Brillantis tyres would be quite pointless, if they were available in limited sizes. Barum has made sure that the tyres are available in a wide range of sizes for fitment on 13-15 inch alloys, ensuring that tyres are suitable for most small and medium passenger cars.

Features and Benefits of Barum Brillantis Tyres

  • Extended tyre life combined with high mileage makes for significant cost savings in the long run.
  • Water deflection both laterally and longitudinally, assures maximum safety on wet surface, reducing the risk of skidding and accidents.
  • Exceptional traction further ensures safety.
  • Low noise levels enhance the overall driving experience.

Load Index: 91

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: 9.8

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 £55.39 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.

Barum Tyres

Barum Brillantis 2

Barum Brillantis 2

Barum Brillantis 2 Tyres – Economy, Performance and Safety Guaranteed for Compact Cars

The Barum Brillantis 2 tyres are summer tyres from Barum for compact cars. Baum is well known for its economical tyres that offer high levels of performance and safety.

Barum Tyres , part of Continental Tyres, manufactures a range of budget tyres for different categories of vehicles including the Bravuris 4x4 tyres for 4x4 SUVs.

The Barum Brillantis2 tyres are associated with high levels of safety in terms of dry and wet grip improved handling characteristics and exceptional braking responsiveness. And the tyres offer great value for money because of their low cost, long life and high mileage characteristics.

The Barum Brillantis2Tyres USP

While developing the Barum Brillantis2 tyres, the brief was very clear – to develop an economical and safe tyre. To achieve this, Barum engineers incorporated an asymmetric tread design for the tyres – a first for tyres in the compact car category.

Asymmetric design means that the Barum Brillantis2 tyres exhibit a different tread pattern on the outer and inner sides.

Benefits of the Barum Brillaintis2 Asymmetric Tread Pattern

The asymmetric tread pattern enables the Barum Brillantis2 tyres to perform well in the following areas.

  • Dry Grip and Handling

The outer tread of the Barum Brillantis2 tyres comprises stiff tread lugs that lend stability on dry roads and improve the cornering performance. Steering commands are effectively transmitted to the tyre, enabling you to experience greater steering responsiveness and control of the car.

  • Wet Performance

Due to the asymmetric tread pattern, the inner tyre shoulder consists of a series of lateral grooves. The tread blocks also contain slits called sipes. The grooves and the sipes work together to deflect water from the surface to improve wet performance and decrease risk of aquaplaning.

  • Braking Performance

The asymmetric tread pattern of the Barum Brillantis2 tyres that improves both wet and dry grip has a positive impact on braking responsiveness on all surfaces. In fact the tyres exhibit a significant 3% reduction in the stopping distances.

  • High Mileage

The unique tread design allows for an increased contact patch between road and tyre, ensuring a more even pressure distribution. This leads to an increase of about 10% in the mileage as compared to its predecessor.

The Barum Brillantis2 tyres are equipped with tread wear indicators which show clearly when the tread depth has gone below the recommended 3mm.

The tyres are available for 13-15 inch alloy fitments and are suitable for speeds up to 210km/hr.

Features and Benefits of the Barum Brillantis2 Tyres

  • Exceptional safety due to high braking responsiveness and reduced risk of aquaplaning.
  • Confidence and comfort is enhanced to precise and reliable handling characteristics.
  • High mileage and economical prices make the Barum Brillantis2 tyres a value-for-money choice.

Load Index: 91

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: 9.8

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 £57.92 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.

Barum Tyres

Barum Brillantis 2

Barum Brillantis 2

Barum Brillantis 2 Tyres – Economy, Performance and Safety Guaranteed for Compact Cars

The Barum Brillantis 2 tyres are summer tyres from Barum for compact cars. Baum is well known for its economical tyres that offer high levels of performance and safety.

Barum Tyres , part of Continental Tyres, manufactures a range of budget tyres for different categories of vehicles including the Bravuris 4x4 tyres for 4x4 SUVs.

The Barum Brillantis2 tyres are associated with high levels of safety in terms of dry and wet grip improved handling characteristics and exceptional braking responsiveness. And the tyres offer great value for money because of their low cost, long life and high mileage characteristics.

The Barum Brillantis2Tyres USP

While developing the Barum Brillantis2 tyres, the brief was very clear – to develop an economical and safe tyre. To achieve this, Barum engineers incorporated an asymmetric tread design for the tyres – a first for tyres in the compact car category.

Asymmetric design means that the Barum Brillantis2 tyres exhibit a different tread pattern on the outer and inner sides.

Benefits of the Barum Brillaintis2 Asymmetric Tread Pattern

The asymmetric tread pattern enables the Barum Brillantis2 tyres to perform well in the following areas.

  • Dry Grip and Handling

The outer tread of the Barum Brillantis2 tyres comprises stiff tread lugs that lend stability on dry roads and improve the cornering performance. Steering commands are effectively transmitted to the tyre, enabling you to experience greater steering responsiveness and control of the car.

  • Wet Performance

Due to the asymmetric tread pattern, the inner tyre shoulder consists of a series of lateral grooves. The tread blocks also contain slits called sipes. The grooves and the sipes work together to deflect water from the surface to improve wet performance and decrease risk of aquaplaning.

  • Braking Performance

The asymmetric tread pattern of the Barum Brillantis2 tyres that improves both wet and dry grip has a positive impact on braking responsiveness on all surfaces. In fact the tyres exhibit a significant 3% reduction in the stopping distances.

  • High Mileage

The unique tread design allows for an increased contact patch between road and tyre, ensuring a more even pressure distribution. This leads to an increase of about 10% in the mileage as compared to its predecessor.

The Barum Brillantis2 tyres are equipped with tread wear indicators which show clearly when the tread depth has gone below the recommended 3mm.

The tyres are available for 13-15 inch alloy fitments and are suitable for speeds up to 210km/hr.

Features and Benefits of the Barum Brillantis2 Tyres

  • Exceptional safety due to high braking responsiveness and reduced risk of aquaplaning.
  • Confidence and comfort is enhanced to precise and reliable handling characteristics.
  • High mileage and economical prices make the Barum Brillantis2 tyres a value-for-money choice.

Load Index: 91

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 £58.14 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.

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: 91

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 £58.14 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.

Avon Tyres

Avon ZV5

Avon ZV5

The Avon ZV5 tyres are premium tyres from Avon, targeted towards the small to medium size cars and family saloons.

The tyre performs well under wet and dry conditions on all parameters such as braking response, handling, grip and noise levels.

The Avon ZV5 has been tested on some of the toughest roads in Europe to deliver excellent performance.

Braking Response

The Avon ZV5 has an irregular tread design, which includes open grooves lying along the outskirts of the tyre tread. These grooves sharply cut through surface water and reduce the chances of aquaplaning. Thus the Avon ZV5 offers superior braking response under wet conditions.

The tyres also exhibit exceptional braking response on dry surface.

Thus Avon ZV5 delivers excellent braking response and reduced stopping distances on both wet and dry surface.

Superior Handling

The Avon ZV5’s tread profile sports the ‘Tri-Arc’ pattern, which is a unique mould shape that creates uniform contact between the tyre and the road. This, combined with the reinforced lower sidewalls provides sharper steering response, enhancing driving control and confidence. The ‘Tri-Arc’ technology incidentally, is also used in the Avon ZZ5 tyres, Avon’s ultra high performance tyres, specifically developed for high end sports cars.

Tyre Grip

The Avon ZV5 offers exceptional wet and dry grip, making it easier and safer to handle the vehicle especially at high speeds and during cornering.

Noise Levels

The Avon ZV5 uses Avon’s patented ‘Opti-Noise technology, which tunes tread elements sequentially to reduce noise levels. Also the tyre tread grooves are angled in such a manner as to reduce pattern noise, resulting in a quiet drive even at high speeds.

Wear Characteristics

The Avon ZV5 is manufactured from fourth generation silica rubber, giving it extra durability and better wear resistance. This silica also contributes to enhanced wet weather performance.

In addition, the Avon ZV5 sports large rim flange protectors, cushion like structures that protect the wheels from accidental kerb damage. This naturally contributes to enhancing tyre life.

Available Sizes

The Avon ZV5 is available in sizes ranging from 15" to 18". Reinforced and extra load fitment Avon ZV5 tyres are also available. The speed ratings available include V, W and Y. You can also opt for flat-run Avon ZV5 tyres.

Features and Benefits of Avon ZV5 Tyres

  • Excellent braking response on wet and dry surfaces, enhancing driving safety
  • Improved grip and sharper steering response that makes handling and control easier and contributes to driving confidence and comfort
  • Reduced noise levels ensuring comfortable driving experience.
  • Exceptional wear resistance with rim flange protection, leading to longer tyre life and durability.

Load Index: 91

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 £60.25 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Our MOST RATED 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.

Select multiples of 2 tyres to qualify for offer
Barum Tyres

Barum Brillantis 2 XL

Barum Brillantis 2 XL

Load Index: 95

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: 9.8

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 £61.00 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.

Continental Tyres

Continental EcoContact 5

Continental EcoContact 5

Continental EcoContact 5 Tyres – For High Safety and High Fuel Efficiency in your Car

 

The Continental EcoContact 5 tyres from Continental Tyres are high performance car tyres that deliver exceptional levels of safety and high levels of fuel efficiency.

Tyre manufacture is always a carefully considered process, where invariably one parameter is compromised for the sake of another. For instance, to achieve short braking distances on wet and dry surfaces, the rolling resistance of the tyres is usually high, leading to greater fuel consumption and increased carbon dioxide emissions.

In the Continental EcoContact 5 tyres, engineers have used high end technology that combines these seemingly impossible to co-exist parameters in a single tyre. Thus while driving, you are assured of safety and at the same time, you are entitled to feel just a hint of pride that the pollution levels from your car are minimal.

Continental EcoContact 5 XL tyres for load reinforced applications are also available.

Continental EcoContact 5 Tyres – Performance

The Continental EcoContact 5 tyres have optimised tread pattern, tread compound and overall tyre contour to lower rolling resistance, improve handling characteristics on wet and dry surface and deliver excellent grip on all surfaces, resulting in improved braking response.

 

  • Reduced Rolling Resistance

The tread compound of the Continental EcoContact 5 tyres consists of polymer chains, which reinforce the silica structure internally, leading to reduced rolling resistance. Extra thin sipes in the tread pattern prevent wasteful energy dissipation. The energy conserved here is used to overcome the rolling resistance, resulting in lowered rolling resistance and improved fuel economy.

  • Improved Handling Characteristics

The overall tyre structure is internally reinforced with bead structure, which also translates into greater external rigidity. As a result, the handling characteristics are greatly improved, leading to more precise and direct transmission of the lateral forces to the surface, keeping the vehicle stable and you in complete control of the car on wet and dry surface.

  • Excellent Braking Responsiveness

The tread lug edges are optimised for maximum grip and traction. This is facilitated in part by the special additives in the tread compound that enhance grip. As a result, the Continental EcoContact 5 tyres respond extremely quickly and precisely to braking commands, leading to reduced braking distances and a super safe ride on wet and dry surfaces.

Available Sizes

The Continental EcoContact 5 tyres are available for 14-16 inch alloy fitments, suitable for most small to compact cars as well as large saloons. The tyre width ranges from 165-225mm and the profile height is between 50-70mm. The Continental EcoContact 5 tyres are approved for speeds up to 300km/hr.

Benefits of the Continental EcoContact 5 Tyres

  • Environment friendly tyres that reduce the pollution levels due to reduced carbon dioxide emissions.
  • Reduced fuel consumption means cost savings on fuel bills and less frequent trips to fuel stations.
  • No compromise on performance or safety, giving the best experience in driving your car.

Load Index: 91

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

From £63.64 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.

Avon Tyres

Avon ZT5 XL

Avon ZT5 XL

Avon ZT5 XL Tyres – Safety and Performance Guaranteed at High Loads

The Avon ZT5 XL tyres are part of the Avon car tyre range and suited specifically for heavier cars. Small to medium passenger cars that have a heavier construction or which are designed to support heavier loads are recommended to be fitted with XL tyres.

Fitting non-XL tyres on cars that have specific XL recommendation can have negative insurance implications.

The Avon ZT5 XL tyres offer leading performance on various crucial tyre parameters such as handling and steering responsiveness, traction, noise levels and safety. In fact, the Avon ZT5 XL tyres borrow many aspects of design and technology from the popular Avon ZT5 tyres, which are the corresponding standard load (SL) tyres.

The Advantage of Using Avon ZT5 XL Tyres

If your regular day to day use of the car involves carrying higher loads than specified by the manufacturer, it is a good idea to switch to XL tyres for ensuring safety. The advantage of switching to Avon ZT5 XL tyres is that they offer increased load bearing capacity at the same size (as the standard tyre) due to reinforced sidewall construction. So you get extra load capacity on your tyres without costly upgrading of the alloys.

Avon ZT5 XL Tyres Tread Design

The tyre tread maintains contact with the road surface. So the tread characteristics and patterns dictate much of the tyre’s performance. The Avon ZT5 XL tyres incorporate a modern tread pattern best suited for everyday on-road driving. The tread pattern affects the following tyre characteristics:

  • Wet Performance

The tread design incorporates 3 wide grooves along the circumference of the tyres and exhibits an open inner shoulder design. These two factors combine together to offer exceptional deflection of water from the under tread area, greatly reducing the risk of losing control on wet surface.

  • Handling and Steering Responsiveness

Because of the XL construction, the sidewall of the Avon ZT5 XL tyres is reinforced with polyamide compound. This makes the tyres firmer and offers improved handling characteristics and steering responsiveness. You are assured of maximum stability at all speeds and all load conditions.

  • Grip

The Avon ZT5 XL tyre tread pattern offers maximum grip on wet as well as dry surface.

  • Noise Levels

The Avon ZT5 tread pattern is optimised through Avon’s Optinoise software. As the name indicates, the Optinoise software seeks to keep the noise at optimal (minimal) levels by optimising the pattern to minimise external noise.

Features and Benefits of Avon ZT5 XL Tyres

  • You have complete control of the car at all times due to superior handling characteristics. This is an important factor, particularly while driving heavy loads.
  • Offers maximum stability at high loads and speeds.
  • Maximises safety due to exceptional grip and superior wet performance.

Load Index: 95

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: 9.8

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 £66.25 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.

Select multiples of 2 tyres to qualify for offer
Continental Tyres

Continental EcoContact3

Continental EcoContact3

Continental EcoContact 3 Tyres – Keeping you Safe on the Roads

The Continental EcoContact 3 tyres are summer passenger car tyres from Continental Tyres that focus on delivering highest levels of safety at all times.

In fact the tyre design and tread pattern is optimised for maximum traction and grip on wet and dry surface.

The Continental EcoContact 3 tyres are part of Continental’s EcoContact range that comprises tyres designed specifically for compact and mid-range cars. The popular Continental EcoContact 5 tyres are also part of this range and are known to deliver maximum fuel efficiency with no compromise on safety and performance.

The Continental EcoContact 3 tyres are the best choice for regular usage family cars and rest assured keep you anxiety-free about the safety of your family.

The Continental EcoContact 3 Tyres USP

The USP of the Continental EcoContact 3 tyres is that as compared to the earlier product, they reduce the braking distance on both wet and dry roads by up to one car length. This is a significant distance from the point of view of safety.

In addition, the Continental EcoContact 3 tyres are also associated with reduced fuel consumption, low noise levels and exceptional performance on wet surface.

  • Reduced Braking Distances

The Continental EcoContact 3 tyres exhibit an asymmetric tread pattern, which enhances the surface contact patch. This increases traction, leading to better grip and thus reduced braking distance. Traction also increases due to special ‘grip’ edges present on the outer tyre shoulder. Additionally, the tread compound with flexible silica composition leads to a stronger contact between tyre and surface and also improves traction.

Thus you can see that the tyre design has been carefully worked on with various aspects leading towards achieving high levels of traction resulting in reduced braking distances.

  • Exceptional Wet Safety

The asymmetric tread pattern of the Continental EcoContact3 tyres incorporates 3 wide circumferential grooves in the central tread. These are perfectly complemented by lateral grooves on the inner shoulder to produce an effective water channelisation system. The grooves channel away surface water from the under- tread and reduce the risk of aquaplaning, keeping you safe on wet roads.

  • Reduced Fuel Consumption

The overall tyre design and development as well as the internal tyre structure are optimised to minimise rolling resistance. This results in reduced fuel consumption, enabling cost savings.

Additionally, you can experience a smooth and quiet ride with the Continental EcoContact 3 tyres. The Continental EcoContact 3 tyres are suitable for 13-15 inch alloys on small to medium cars.

Features and Benefits of the Continental EcoContact 3 Tyres

  • High levels of safety due to reduced braking distances, an important parameter, especially while driving on crowded city roads.
  • Anxiety free driving in rains (or wet surface) due to reduced risk of skidding and greater control on the car on wet.
  • High fuel efficiency enhances cost savings.
  • Low ride noise and smooth ride are obvious advantages.

Load Index: 91

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

From £66.28 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning 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.

Bridgestone Tyres

Bridgestone EP150 ECO

Bridgestone EP150 ECO

Bridgestone EP150 ECO

Load Index: 91

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: 9.8

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 £66.39 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Our MOST POPULAR premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
69 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.

Michelin Tyres

Michelin Energy Saver +

Michelin Energy Saver +

Michelin Energy Saver +

Load Index: 91

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: 9.1

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

From £67.27 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.

Michelin Tyres

Michelin Energy Saver +

Michelin Energy Saver +

Michelin Energy Saver +

Load Index: 91

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

From £68.59 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 Vanco 200

Continental Vanco 200

Load Index: 95

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
Reinforced

Reinforced tyres are often fitted to vehicles which are likely to be carrying above average weights typically small vans, people carriers and some 4X4 vehicles and estate cars. The letters R/F will be moulded on the sidewall to identify these tyres.

From £72.99 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.

Dunlop Tyres

Dunlop SP STREET RESP XL

Dunlop SP STREET RESP XL

Load Index: 95

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
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 £73.98 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Premium brand tyre - Motorsport heritage

TYRE
LABEL
69 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.

Dunlop Tyres

Dunlop Street Response 2

Dunlop Street Response 2

Load Index: 95

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
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 £76.07 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.

Michelin Tyres

Michelin Energy Saver + XL

Michelin Energy Saver + XL

Michelin Energy Saver + XL

Load Index: 95

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: 9.1

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 £78.60 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.

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: 91

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: 9.8

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 £82.30 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.

Dunlop Tyres

Dunlop SP Sport BluResponse

Dunlop SP Sport BluResponse

Load Index: 91

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

From £85.02 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.

Dunlop Tyres

Dunlop SP Sport BluResponse

Dunlop SP Sport BluResponse

Load Index: 91

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 £95.22 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.

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: 91

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 £98.63 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.

Budget

Wanli Tyres

Wanli S1200

Wanli S1200

Load Index: 91

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: 7.2

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

From £54.40 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Quality budget 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.

Wanli Tyres

Wanli S1063

Wanli S1063

Wanli S1063 Runflat Tyres – Your saviour in Situations of Embarrassing Punctures

Every driver comes across an unexpected ‘puncture’ situation at least once in his driving life. And let’s face it, it is not a welcome situation. You would like to get out of the situation as soon as possible by replacing the tyre (and continue with the journey like before).

Let’s now meet Wanli S1063 Runflat tyres manufactured by Wanli Tyres. Wanli Tyres brand is owned by the South China Tyre and Rubber co. Ltd, which is one of the largest exporters of radial tyres.

The Wanli S1063 Runflat tyres as well as the standard Wanli S1063 tyres are ideal for summer touring passenger cars, and are designed to give you outstanding performance, durability and good returns on your investment.

Why Wanli S1063 Runflat tyres?

The Wanli S1063 Runflat tyres are your ideal back up for emergency situations like an unexpected tyre puncture. The normal tyre needs good amount of air pressure inside so that the tyre beads are kept in place on the wheel rim flange. However the Wanli S1063 Runflat tyres have a design that keeps the tyre beads in place even in the absence of air pressure. The wheel rim well is physically blocked with a supporting rim so that the deflated tyre gets a strong support that enables your vehicle to move for miles, at least till you find a proper place for replacing your tyre.

Special Features of the Wanli S1063 Runflat tyres

a. Non Symmetrical Tread Design

The tread sports a non symmetrical pattern which is fully packed. This enables the Wanli S1063 Runflat tyres to give you a comfortable ride on any difficult road.

b. Wet Performance and Safety

There are three rows of tread elements coupled with four deep circumferential grooves that impart a winning edge to the Wanli S1063 Runflat tyres in terms of wet grip and performance

as compared to competitors. The circumferential grooves effectively displace water from the tread area, increasing the resistance to aquaplaning and further enhancing safety on wet surfaces.

c. Central Tread Blocks

The strong central tread blocks of the Wanli S1063 Runflat tyres ensure that the vehicle is safe and stable during the entire drive. High speed driving and braking is also made easy with the presence of the sturdy central blocks.

Features and Benefits of Wanli S1063 Runflat Tyres

  • The runflat technology makes these tyres the best back up for your car.
  • You are well prepared for cases of unanticipated tyre punctures and failures. The vehicle can run for miles till you reach a mechanic.
  • Wet grip and dry grip is noteworthy and help in making the vehicle run smoothly in long tours.
  • Safety is assured. And you don’t have to worry about skidding on wet surface or meeting with an accident.

Load Index: 91

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: 7.2

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

From £54.40 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Quality budget 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.

Minerva Tyres

Minerva F109

Minerva F109

Load Index: 91

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: 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

From £54.40 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Quality budget tyre - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

TYRE
LABEL
75 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.

Minerva Tyres

Minerva F109

Minerva F109

Load Index: 91

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

From £55.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Quality budget tyre - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

TYRE
LABEL
75 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.

 Tyres

Load Index: 91

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:

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 £56.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

TYRE
LABEL

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.

 Tyres

Load Index: 91

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:

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 £58.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

TYRE
LABEL

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.

Tigar Tyres

Tigar Winter 1

Tigar Winter 1

Load Index: 91

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: 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
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 £61.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Quality budget tyre

TYRE
LABEL

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.

Tigar Tyres

Tigar Winter 1 XL

Tigar Winter 1 XL

Load Index: 95

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: 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.

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 £61.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Quality budget tyre

TYRE
LABEL

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.

Wanli Tyres

Wanli Snowgrip

Wanli Snowgrip

Wanli Snowgrip

Load Index: 91

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: 7.2

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
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 £61.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Quality budget 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.

New Radial Tyres

New Radial Winter

New Radial Winter

New Radial Winter Tyre

Load Index: 91

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: 7.2

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
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 £105.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Quality budget tyre (brands may vary)

TYRE
LABEL

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.

Mid-range

Firestone Tyres

Firestone Multihawk

Firestone Multihawk

Firestone Multihawk Tyres – All Round Tyres with All Round Performance

Firestone Multihawk tyres are passenger car tyres that deliver an all round performance on various critical parameters. These tyres have been developed as the core general use products by Firestone Tyres and are the flagship product of the company.

Firestone Tyres, an original American company established in 1900 has since 1998 become part of Japanese tyre conglomerate Bridgestone Tyres.

The Firestone tyre range has tyres for various applications including the Firestone TZ300 tyres used popularly in performance focused passenger cars.

Firestone Multihawk Tyres - Delivering All Round Performance

The Firestone Multihawk tyres offer a balanced performance on the different tyre performance criteria, making them true all round performers. The tyres are designed for maximum wet safety without compromising on dry handling. The tread pattern and design minimise irregular wear to increase tyre life. Also tyre noise levels are greatly minimised. As you can see, practically all crucial performance criteria have been covered.

Firestone Multihawk Tyres – Unique Features

 

The Firestone Multihawk tyres exhibit:

(a) Modern Asymmetric Tread Pattern

This tread pattern incorporates a more rounded shape to the tread blocks, which improves the dry road handling and also improves the wet dispersal properties.

(b) Higher Void Ratio

The void ratio is the ratio of tread gaps to the total tread foot print. The higher void ratio reduces irregular wear pattern. This feature is also associated with reducing tyre noise levels.

Firestone Multihawk Tyres – Performance

Because of various innovative features and designs the Firestone Multihawk tyres perform well in the following areas.

The steering responsiveness is greatly enhanced, resulting in improved handling and more precise control on the car under all driving conditions.

The braking responsiveness is also high resulting in shorter braking distances on all surfaces.

The Firestone Multihawk tyres also exhibit increased resistance to aquaplaning due to their unique tread pattern and there is more efficient water dispersal from the under tread area. So safety on wet surface is greatly enhanced.

Of course, the tyres are associated with decreased irregular tread wear and also reduction in tyre noise levels.

Available Sizes

The Firestone Multihawk tyres are available in a range of sizes for fitment on 13-15 inch alloy disks and with a profile height of 60, 65 and 70 mm. The tyre diameter ranges from 155 to 195mm. Clearly these tyres are suited to small to medium passenger cars.

Features and Benefits of the Firestone Multihawk Tyres

  • True all round performance tyres for your everyday driving needs.
  • Increased safety on wet and dry surface due to enhanced braking responsiveness.
  • Exceptional steering precision makes for a high quality driving experience.
  • Even tread wear enhances tyre durability, obviating the need for frequent expensive tyre replacements.
  • You can look forward to a quiet and peaceful ride.

Load Index: 91

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: 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 £67.60 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

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.

Firestone Tyres

Firestone TZ300

Firestone TZ300

Firestone TZ300 - The High Performance Tyres

The Firestone TZ300 tyres are truly high performance tyres from the Firestone tyres stable, designed with premium technology. These tyres are a perfect fit for passenger cars - a really good value for money proposition.

The Firestone TZ300 tyres have an all round excellent performance on all important parameters; such as braking response, handling and firm road grip.

Firestone is owned by Bridgestone, one of the top tyre manufacturers in the world. Shared technology between Bridgestone and Firestone has resulted in the superior all round performance of the Firestone TZ300.

Superior Handling

These tyres have a soft side wall, which allows for greater driver comfort. Its low radial stiffness makes for easy handling. Both these characteristics of the Firestone TZ300 tyres provide you with the advantage of excellent handling and enhance your driving confidence.

Braking Response

The FirestoneTZ300 provides exceptional braking response in all seasons. And the reduced stopping distance is a positive feature.

Superb braking response can be attributed to the Firestone TZ300 tyre’s longitudinal grooves that combine with its long shoulder grooves. This combination provides excellent results in both wet and dry conditions. The combined grooves also allow for fast expulsion of water. Additionally, the dynamic tread blocks of the FirestoneTZ300 provide improved water resistance.

The same tread pattern has been retained by Firestone in its FirstoneTZ300 XL tyres , an ultra high performance version of the Firestone TZ300.

Tyre Grip

The FirestoneTZ300 has a superior tyre grip provided by its high traction shoulder blocks. It gives you that perfect control in tricky corners. Even at speed the excellent grip keeps you in control of the wheel as always.

Noise Levels

The shoulder bar in the FirestoneTZ300 decreases the external noise to a great extent. With reduced noise levels you will have a quiet drive even at high speeds.

Wear Characteristics

The Firestone TZ300 tyre is made with high end technology that ensures extended durability and much resistance to tyre wear. Its durability makes it a more economical option than some of the other brands in the market.

Available Sizes

The tyres are available in a wide range of sizes to suitably fit different cars.

The Firestone TZ300 ensures that you have a comfortable and smooth driving experience at all times. With its high levels of safety and reliability it provides for a pleasurable driving experience in all weather conditions. The Firestone TZ300 is thus the best choice that will give you the great value for your money.

Features and Benefits of Firestone TZ300 Tyres

  • High end technology ensuring excellent performance at affordable prices
  • Superior handling ensuring a smooth and comfortable ride
  • Excellent braking response in both dry and wet conditions providing for a safe journey at all times and in all weather conditions
  • Sign

Load Index: 91

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: 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 £68.70 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range 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.

Toyo Tyres

Toyo NE03

Toyo NE03

Load Index: 91

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: 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 £68.70 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range tyre – Sports Performance

TYRE
LABEL
69 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.

Firestone Tyres

Firestone TZ300

Firestone TZ300

Firestone TZ300 - The High Performance Tyres

The Firestone TZ300 tyres are truly high performance tyres from the Firestone tyres stable, designed with premium technology. These tyres are a perfect fit for passenger cars - a really good value for money proposition.

The Firestone TZ300 tyres have an all round excellent performance on all important parameters; such as braking response, handling and firm road grip.

Firestone is owned by Bridgestone, one of the top tyre manufacturers in the world. Shared technology between Bridgestone and Firestone has resulted in the superior all round performance of the Firestone TZ300.

Superior Handling

These tyres have a soft side wall, which allows for greater driver comfort. Its low radial stiffness makes for easy handling. Both these characteristics of the Firestone TZ300 tyres provide you with the advantage of excellent handling and enhance your driving confidence.

Braking Response

The FirestoneTZ300 provides exceptional braking response in all seasons. And the reduced stopping distance is a positive feature.

Superb braking response can be attributed to the Firestone TZ300 tyre’s longitudinal grooves that combine with its long shoulder grooves. This combination provides excellent results in both wet and dry conditions. The combined grooves also allow for fast expulsion of water. Additionally, the dynamic tread blocks of the FirestoneTZ300 provide improved water resistance.

The same tread pattern has been retained by Firestone in its FirstoneTZ300 XL tyres , an ultra high performance version of the Firestone TZ300.

Tyre Grip

The FirestoneTZ300 has a superior tyre grip provided by its high traction shoulder blocks. It gives you that perfect control in tricky corners. Even at speed the excellent grip keeps you in control of the wheel as always.

Noise Levels

The shoulder bar in the FirestoneTZ300 decreases the external noise to a great extent. With reduced noise levels you will have a quiet drive even at high speeds.

Wear Characteristics

The Firestone TZ300 tyre is made with high end technology that ensures extended durability and much resistance to tyre wear. Its durability makes it a more economical option than some of the other brands in the market.

Available Sizes

The tyres are available in a wide range of sizes to suitably fit different cars.

The Firestone TZ300 ensures that you have a comfortable and smooth driving experience at all times. With its high levels of safety and reliability it provides for a pleasurable driving experience in all weather conditions. The Firestone TZ300 is thus the best choice that will give you the great value for your money.

Features and Benefits of Firestone TZ300 Tyres

  • High end technology ensuring excellent performance at affordable prices
  • Superior handling ensuring a smooth and comfortable ride
  • Excellent braking response in both dry and wet conditions providing for a safe journey at all times and in all weather conditions
  • Sign

Load Index: 91

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 £69.80 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range 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.

Toyo Tyres

Toyo Proxes CF2

Toyo Proxes CF2

Load Index: 91

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: 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 £77.50 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.

Toyo Tyres

Toyo NE03

Toyo NE03

Load Index: 95

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: 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 £77.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range tyre – Sports Performance

TYRE
LABEL
69 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 CF2

Toyo Proxes CF2

Load Index: 91

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 £78.60 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.

Uniroyal Tyres

Uniroyal Rainexpert

Uniroyal Rainexpert

Uniroyal RainExpert Tyres – the 3-in-1 Advantage for Wet Weather Driving

If you feel uncomfortable driving during rains, you are not alone. Did you know that a staggering quarter of all road accidents resulting in injury occur on wet roads? Of course, this does not mean you stop driving during rains. That is hardly practical considering that the UK and Ireland receive rains on an average of 165 days every year. The solution of course is to use tyres that keep you safe in rains.

Ladies and gentlemen, say hello to the Uniroyal RainExpert tyres, the true rain experts with a unique 3-in-1 advantage for wet weather driving.

Uniroyal RainExpert Tyres – General Features

Uniroyal RainExpert tyres from Uniroyal Tyres are suitable for small to medium compact cars used for everyday driving. They are available in a range of sizes for fitting 13-16 inch alloy disks. Larger sizes catering to upto 18 inches wheel diameters are also available. The Uniroyal RainExpert tyres are summer tyres, not suitable for use on snow and ice. The tyres have received recommendations from several third party tyre testing bodies such as the ADAC and the Automobil Club Europe. The Uniroyal RainSport2 tyres are Uniroyal tyres perfect for luxury vehicles and sports cars.

The 3-in-1 Advantage for Uniroyal RainExpert Tyres

The Uniroyal RainExpert tyres offer superior performance in the following 3 critical areas.

  • Superior Protection Against Aquaplaning

The specialised tread pattern of the Uniroyal RainExpert tyres exhibits double concave grooves in the tread centre. Because of this unique shape, the groove volume increases, enabling the tyres to effectively displace larger amounts of surface water and thus reduce the risk of aquaplaning. So whether there is a heavy downpour or a light drizzle, the Uniroyal RainExpert tyres keep you firmly on the road.

  • Reduced Stopping Distances

The Uniroyal RainExpert tyres have a directional V-shaped tread pattern with angular sipes on the tyre shoulder and centre. The sipes provide extra grip while braking on wet and dry surface, thereby reducing stopping distances and increasing safety significantly.

  • Extended Tyre Life

Uniroyal RainExpert tyres have a unique system which indicates uneven tread wear on the tyres, enabling the situation to be corrected to ensure longer life for the tyres. These indicators are called the visual alignment indicators (VAIs) and there are 3 of them on the inner and outer tyre shoulder. Poor track alignment causing uneven tread wear can be visually identified, which is the first step to ensure long life for the tyres.

Features and Benefits of the Uniroyal RainExpert Tyres

  • Peace of mind guaranteed while driving during rainy weather.
  • Reduced stopping distances on wet and dry surfaces makes these tyres all round safe tyres.
  • Increased tyre life enhances the value for money proposition of these tyres as there is no need for frequent expensive tyre replacements.

Load Index: 91

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: 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 £79.70 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range tyre – "The Rain 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.

Firestone Tyres

Firestone Multihawk XL

Firestone Multihawk XL

Firestone Multihawk XL

Load Index: 95

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: 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 £80.80 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

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.

Uniroyal Tyres

Uniroyal Rainexpert

Uniroyal Rainexpert

Uniroyal RainExpert Tyres – the 3-in-1 Advantage for Wet Weather Driving

If you feel uncomfortable driving during rains, you are not alone. Did you know that a staggering quarter of all road accidents resulting in injury occur on wet roads? Of course, this does not mean you stop driving during rains. That is hardly practical considering that the UK and Ireland receive rains on an average of 165 days every year. The solution of course is to use tyres that keep you safe in rains.

Ladies and gentlemen, say hello to the Uniroyal RainExpert tyres, the true rain experts with a unique 3-in-1 advantage for wet weather driving.

Uniroyal RainExpert Tyres – General Features

Uniroyal RainExpert tyres from Uniroyal Tyres are suitable for small to medium compact cars used for everyday driving. They are available in a range of sizes for fitting 13-16 inch alloy disks. Larger sizes catering to upto 18 inches wheel diameters are also available. The Uniroyal RainExpert tyres are summer tyres, not suitable for use on snow and ice. The tyres have received recommendations from several third party tyre testing bodies such as the ADAC and the Automobil Club Europe. The Uniroyal RainSport2 tyres are Uniroyal tyres perfect for luxury vehicles and sports cars.

The 3-in-1 Advantage for Uniroyal RainExpert Tyres

The Uniroyal RainExpert tyres offer superior performance in the following 3 critical areas.

  • Superior Protection Against Aquaplaning

The specialised tread pattern of the Uniroyal RainExpert tyres exhibits double concave grooves in the tread centre. Because of this unique shape, the groove volume increases, enabling the tyres to effectively displace larger amounts of surface water and thus reduce the risk of aquaplaning. So whether there is a heavy downpour or a light drizzle, the Uniroyal RainExpert tyres keep you firmly on the road.

  • Reduced Stopping Distances

The Uniroyal RainExpert tyres have a directional V-shaped tread pattern with angular sipes on the tyre shoulder and centre. The sipes provide extra grip while braking on wet and dry surface, thereby reducing stopping distances and increasing safety significantly.

  • Extended Tyre Life

Uniroyal RainExpert tyres have a unique system which indicates uneven tread wear on the tyres, enabling the situation to be corrected to ensure longer life for the tyres. These indicators are called the visual alignment indicators (VAIs) and there are 3 of them on the inner and outer tyre shoulder. Poor track alignment causing uneven tread wear can be visually identified, which is the first step to ensure long life for the tyres.

Features and Benefits of the Uniroyal RainExpert Tyres

  • Peace of mind guaranteed while driving during rainy weather.
  • Reduced stopping distances on wet and dry surfaces makes these tyres all round safe tyres.
  • Increased tyre life enhances the value for money proposition of these tyres as there is no need for frequent expensive tyre replacements.

Load Index: 91

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: 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 £80.80 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range tyre – "The Rain 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.

Uniroyal Tyres

Uniroyal Rainexpert

Uniroyal Rainexpert

Uniroyal RainExpert Tyres – the 3-in-1 Advantage for Wet Weather Driving

If you feel uncomfortable driving during rains, you are not alone. Did you know that a staggering quarter of all road accidents resulting in injury occur on wet roads? Of course, this does not mean you stop driving during rains. That is hardly practical considering that the UK and Ireland receive rains on an average of 165 days every year. The solution of course is to use tyres that keep you safe in rains.

Ladies and gentlemen, say hello to the Uniroyal RainExpert tyres, the true rain experts with a unique 3-in-1 advantage for wet weather driving.

Uniroyal RainExpert Tyres – General Features

Uniroyal RainExpert tyres from Uniroyal Tyres are suitable for small to medium compact cars used for everyday driving. They are available in a range of sizes for fitting 13-16 inch alloy disks. Larger sizes catering to upto 18 inches wheel diameters are also available. The Uniroyal RainExpert tyres are summer tyres, not suitable for use on snow and ice. The tyres have received recommendations from several third party tyre testing bodies such as the ADAC and the Automobil Club Europe. The Uniroyal RainSport2 tyres are Uniroyal tyres perfect for luxury vehicles and sports cars.

The 3-in-1 Advantage for Uniroyal RainExpert Tyres

The Uniroyal RainExpert tyres offer superior performance in the following 3 critical areas.

  • Superior Protection Against Aquaplaning

The specialised tread pattern of the Uniroyal RainExpert tyres exhibits double concave grooves in the tread centre. Because of this unique shape, the groove volume increases, enabling the tyres to effectively displace larger amounts of surface water and thus reduce the risk of aquaplaning. So whether there is a heavy downpour or a light drizzle, the Uniroyal RainExpert tyres keep you firmly on the road.

  • Reduced Stopping Distances

The Uniroyal RainExpert tyres have a directional V-shaped tread pattern with angular sipes on the tyre shoulder and centre. The sipes provide extra grip while braking on wet and dry surface, thereby reducing stopping distances and increasing safety significantly.

  • Extended Tyre Life

Uniroyal RainExpert tyres have a unique system which indicates uneven tread wear on the tyres, enabling the situation to be corrected to ensure longer life for the tyres. These indicators are called the visual alignment indicators (VAIs) and there are 3 of them on the inner and outer tyre shoulder. Poor track alignment causing uneven tread wear can be visually identified, which is the first step to ensure long life for the tyres.

Features and Benefits of the Uniroyal RainExpert Tyres

  • Peace of mind guaranteed while driving during rainy weather.
  • Reduced stopping distances on wet and dry surfaces makes these tyres all round safe tyres.
  • Increased tyre life enhances the value for money proposition of these tyres as there is no need for frequent expensive tyre replacements.

Load Index: 91

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 £85.20 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range tyre – "The Rain 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.

Toyo Tyres

Toyo Proxes CF2 XL

Toyo Proxes CF2 XL

Load Index: 95

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: 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 £87.40 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.

Uniroyal Tyres

Uniroyal RainExpert XL

Uniroyal RainExpert XL

Load Index: 95

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: 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 £90.70 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.

Premium

Avon Tyres

Avon ZT5

Avon ZT5

Load Index: 91

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: 9.8

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 £59.90 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Our MOST RATED 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.

Avon Tyres

Avon ZT5 XL

Avon ZT5 XL

Avon ZT5 XL Tyres – Safety and Performance Guaranteed at High Loads

The Avon ZT5 XL tyres are part of the Avon car tyre range and suited specifically for heavier cars. Small to medium passenger cars that have a heavier construction or which are designed to support heavier loads are recommended to be fitted with XL tyres.

Fitting non-XL tyres on cars that have specific XL recommendation can have negative insurance implications.

The Avon ZT5 XL tyres offer leading performance on various crucial tyre parameters such as handling and steering responsiveness, traction, noise levels and safety. In fact, the Avon ZT5 XL tyres borrow many aspects of design and technology from the popular Avon ZT5 tyres, which are the corresponding standard load (SL) tyres.

The Advantage of Using Avon ZT5 XL Tyres

If your regular day to day use of the car involves carrying higher loads than specified by the manufacturer, it is a good idea to switch to XL tyres for ensuring safety. The advantage of switching to Avon ZT5 XL tyres is that they offer increased load bearing capacity at the same size (as the standard tyre) due to reinforced sidewall construction. So you get extra load capacity on your tyres without costly upgrading of the alloys.

Avon ZT5 XL Tyres Tread Design

The tyre tread maintains contact with the road surface. So the tread characteristics and patterns dictate much of the tyre’s performance. The Avon ZT5 XL tyres incorporate a modern tread pattern best suited for everyday on-road driving. The tread pattern affects the following tyre characteristics:

  • Wet Performance

The tread design incorporates 3 wide grooves along the circumference of the tyres and exhibits an open inner shoulder design. These two factors combine together to offer exceptional deflection of water from the under tread area, greatly reducing the risk of losing control on wet surface.

  • Handling and Steering Responsiveness

Because of the XL construction, the sidewall of the Avon ZT5 XL tyres is reinforced with polyamide compound. This makes the tyres firmer and offers improved handling characteristics and steering responsiveness. You are assured of maximum stability at all speeds and all load conditions.

  • Grip

The Avon ZT5 XL tyre tread pattern offers maximum grip on wet as well as dry surface.

  • Noise Levels

The Avon ZT5 tread pattern is optimised through Avon’s Optinoise software. As the name indicates, the Optinoise software seeks to keep the noise at optimal (minimal) levels by optimising the pattern to minimise external noise.

Features and Benefits of Avon ZT5 XL Tyres

  • You have complete control of the car at all times due to superior handling characteristics. This is an important factor, particularly while driving heavy loads.
  • Offers maximum stability at high loads and speeds.
  • Maximises safety due to exceptional grip and superior wet performance.

Load Index: 95

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: 9.8

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 £62.10 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.

Yokohama Tyres

Yokohama BluEarth-A AE50

Yokohama BluEarth-A AE50

Load Index: 91

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: 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 £62.10 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range tyre – High 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.

Dunlop Tyres

DUNLOP WINTER

DUNLOP WINTER

Dunlop Winter Tyre

Load Index: 91

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 £62.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Premium brand tyre - Motorsport heritage

TYRE
LABEL
67 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.

Goodyear Tyres

Goodyear Winter

Goodyear Winter

Goodyear Winter Tyre

Load Index: 91

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: 9.2

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
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 £62.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
69 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.

Goodyear Tyres

Goodyear Winter

Goodyear Winter

Goodyear Winter Tyre

Load Index: 91

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: 9.2

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
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 £62.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
67 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.

Yokohama Tyres

Yokohama BluEarth AE01

Yokohama BluEarth AE01

Yokohama BluEarth AE01

 

Load Index: 91

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: 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 £63.20 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range tyre – High Performance

TYRE
LABEL
69 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.

Yokohama Tyres

Yokohama BluEarth AE01

Yokohama BluEarth AE01

Yokohama BluEarth AE01

 

Load Index: 91

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: 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 £64.30 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range tyre – High Performance

TYRE
LABEL
69 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.

Yokohama Tyres

Yokohama AC02 CDRIVE 2

Yokohama AC02 CDRIVE 2

Yokohama AC02-CDrive2 Tyres – Unique Orange Oil Technology Confers Extra Wet Safety

Yokohama AC02-CDrive2 tyres are eco friendly tyres from Yokohama Tyres, suitable for small to mid range family cars as well as models that have received performance or sports upgrades.

Safety is one of the crucial parameters you look for in your tyres. This means you want your tyres to grip well on all surfaces, keeping you firmly on the road. The Yokohama ADrive tyres, developed for small cars are the superb grip specialists in their category. And the Yokohama AC02-CDrive2 tyres offer even more aggressive grip on wet and dry surfaces, with the additional advantage of enhanced fuel efficiency.

Yokohama AC02 C-Drive2 Tyres- Orange Oil Technology Leads the Way

One of the top tyre manufacturers in the world, Yokohama Tyres is known for their advanced tyre technologies. The company’s innovative orange oil technology brings about a perfect balance between low rolling resistance and wet grip. Low rolling resistance tyres enhance the efficiency of fuel consumption, but such tyres traditionally do not grip well on wet surfaces, thus compromising safety. Yokohama uses its patented orange oil technology in the tyre tread compound to achieve better dispersal of the silica particles, resulting in more efficient grip, while rolling resistance remains low.

What Does this Mean for You?

The primary benefit of the orange oil technology in the Yokohama AC02 C-Drive2 tyres is a perceptible increase in the grip on wet roads. The rubber compound does not go all hard and cold, but remains flexible and firmly grips the surface, despite the cold and wet conditions. So the safety of your drive significantly increases.

Secondly as the rolling resistance is lowered, the fuel consumption is more efficient, leading to savings on fuel bills in the long term.

Thirdly, the emission levels are reduced, making the tyres more environment friendly.

Other Performance Benefits of the Yokohama AC02-CDrive2 Tyres

4 wide circumferential grooves effectively deflect water from the tyre surface and reduce the risk of aquaplaning. The tread surface of the Yokohama AC02-CDrive2 tyres also exhibit spiral drain grooves that channel water to the main grooves for efficient removal. The central rib remains uninterrupted for delivering enhanced handling characteristics and also confers high speed stability.

The Yokohama AC02-CDrive2 tyres are available in a range of sizes to fit 14 to 17 inch alloy disks.

Features and Benefits of Yokohama AC02-CDrive2 Tyres

· Innovative orange oil technology ensures greater fuel efficiency resulting in reduced fuel expenditure over time.

· With exceptional wet safety features, the driving confidence in wet weather increases, making for an enjoyable drive.

· Improved handling characteristics help you experience a sporty driving performance in your day to day driving.

· These eco-friendly tyres emit lower levels of carbon dioxide, helping you do your bit towards the environment.

Load Index: 91

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 £64.30 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range tyre – High Performance

TYRE
LABEL
74 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.

Bridgestone Tyres

Bridgestone Winter

Bridgestone Winter

Bridgestone Winter Tyre

Load Index: 91

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: 9.8

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
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 £65.50 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.

Bridgestone Tyres

Bridgestone Winter

Bridgestone Winter

Bridgestone Winter Tyre

Load Index: 91

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: 9.8

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
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 £65.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Our MOST POPULAR 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.

Dunlop Tyres

DUNLOP WINTER

DUNLOP WINTER

Dunlop Winter Tyre

Load Index: 91

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 £65.50 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.

Bridgestone Tyres

Bridgestone Winter

Bridgestone Winter

Bridgestone Winter Tyre

Load Index: 91

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: 9.8

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
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 £66.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Our MOST POPULAR 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.

Dunlop Tyres

Dunlop Street Response 2

Dunlop Street Response 2

Load Index: 91

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

From £66.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Premium brand tyre - Motorsport heritage

TYRE
LABEL
67 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.

Dunlop Tyres

Dunlop Sport Fast Response M0

Dunlop Sport Fast Response M0

Load Index: 91

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
Mercedes

Mercedes recommends 'M0' marked tyres to improve performance. These tyres have been specifically designed to compliment the performance characteristics of their vehicles. National recommends replacing in sets of four. These tyres can be fitted to other vehicles.

From £66.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Premium brand tyre - Motorsport heritage

TYRE
LABEL
69 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.

Goodyear Tyres

Goodyear Efficient Grip Compact

Goodyear Efficient Grip Compact

Load Index: 91

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: 9.2

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

From £66.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning premium brand tyre

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.

Dunlop Tyres

Dunlop Fast Response

Dunlop Fast Response

Dunlop Fast Response Tyres – Cruise Your Way to Your Destination

When it comes to driving any vehicle, one of the most important considerations is to choose the right tyres. Be it a sports car or a regular vehicle, Dunlop Fast Response tyres are your best bet for a guaranteed high performance as well as a long-lasting companionship.

The Dunlop Fast Response tyres are your tyres of choice to comfortably travel over any surface. Be it your day-to-day driving needs or a heavy-duty long distance drive you can always trust the superior performance of these tyres. Many other products in the same range including Dunlop Fast Response XL tyres offer you the best value for your money.

With a history of more than a century behind them, Dunlop Tyres has always been a trusted and much sought after brand in the world of tyres. They are one of the highest quality tyre manufacturers in the world and constantly innovating new and effective ways to meet the challenges of the changing scenario of transport industries and driving conditions.

Superior Features of the Dunlop Fast Response Tyres

Improved Braking and Acceleration

The Dunlop Fast Response tyres are specially designed for those drivers who love to have a better feel for their vehicle as well as the road they are travelling on. The state-of-the-art technology called Touch Technology used in these tyres offers an enhanced driving experience. The new technology improves handling and enhances the grip while braking and accelerating. This adds to the comfort and convenience for the person behind the steering wheel.

Superior Handling in All Weather Conditions

A tyre is gauged by its performance in diverse weather conditions. The Dunlop Fast Response tyres are made to offer a high degree of competence when it comes to travelling in different climatic conditions.

The asymmetric tread pattern of the tyres and the innovative silica tread compound ensure superior handling and enhanced grip in wet as well as dry weather. With the precision handling of the Dunlop Fast Response tyres they can efficiently accompany you in any kind of weather.

Lowest Noise Levels

The noise generated from the friction of the tyres with the surface or the air can be a major irritation and a distracting factor while driving. The superior noise control tread design in the new Dunlop Fast Response tyres offers a quiet and peaceful driving experience.

Features and Benefits of Dunlop Fast Response Tyres

· They offer an improved braking and accelerating performance for a better feel of the road, enhancing the confidence of the driver.

· Their above average mileage due to low rolling resistance leads to cost savings in the long run.

· They offer an excellent control over noise for a quiet and peaceful ride.

· Suitable for the best driving experience in all weather conditions.

 

Load Index: 91

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
Mercedes

Mercedes recommends 'M0' marked tyres to improve performance. These tyres have been specifically designed to compliment the performance characteristics of their vehicles. National recommends replacing in sets of four. These tyres can be fitted to other vehicles.

From £67.60 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Premium brand tyre - Motorsport heritage

TYRE
LABEL
67 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.

Goodyear Tyres

Goodyear Efficient Grip Performance

Goodyear Efficient Grip Performance

Load Index: 91

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: 9.2

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

From £67.60 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
69 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.

Goodyear Tyres

Goodyear Efficientgrip

Goodyear Efficientgrip

Goodyear EfficientGrip Tyres – High Performance and High Fuel Efficiency Delivered

Long associated with bringing innovative tyre technologies to the fore, Goodyear Tyres definitely have a winner on their hands with the Goodyear EfficientGrip tyres.

Equipped with breakthrough designs and technologies, the Goodyear EfficientGrip tyres deliver high levels of performance without comprising on fuel efficiency. So when you enjoy an exhilarating ride experience, you need not feel guilty about ‘burning’ money on fuel. You can also save yourself the nagging concerns about polluting the environment, because the Goodyear EfficientGrip tyres reduce carbon dioxide emissions and are one of the greenest tyres in the category.

You can also look forward to a quiet and comfortable drive. And to ensure that these benefits of the Goodyear EffiicentGrip tyres are available to maximum vehicles,the company has also launched the Goodyear EfficientGrip XL tyres for load reinforced applications and more recently the Goodyear EfficientGrip SUV tyres for SUVs and 4x4s.

Goodyear EfficientGrip Tyres - Performance

  • Enhanced Handling Characteristics

The tread pattern of the Goodyear EfficientGrip tyres exhibits a number of biting edges, which enhance the grip, leading to improved handling characteristics and increased cornering stability. Increased grip also means reduced braking distances, contributing to the overall safety.

  • Greater Safety in Wet Surface

The tread design of the Goodyear EfficientGrip tyres has a unique blade arrangement that has the effect of efficiently sweeping water away from the tread. This ensures maximum contact between the tyre and wet surface, reducing the hydroplaning risk. Thus you have maximum control on the car and wet safety is assured with the Goodyear EfficientGrip tyres.

  • Quiet Ride

The Goodyear EfficientGrip tyres incorporate the QuietTred technology which includes a closed shoulder design and increased pitches and optimised rib design to reduce the external noise levels. As a result, you can look forward to a peaceful and quiet ride.

  • Higher Fuel Efficiency

The Goodyear patented ‘fuel saving’ technology is based on using materials and technology in tyre construction to create a light weight structure. Also the advanced tread compound used in the Goodyear EfficientGrip tyres has inherent low rolling resistance. These two factors combine together to make the tyres highly fuel efficient and less polluting in every single journey you make.

  • Tyre Durability

The advanced tread compound is silica intensive, which confers longer life on the tyres, making the tyres extra durable.

Features and Benefits of the Goodyear EfficientGrip Tyres

  • Highly fuel efficient tyres which lead to overall fuel cost savings.
  • Environment friendly tyres which reduce your personal carbon footprint by making your vehicle emit less carbon dioxide. You can feel proud about that.
  • Tyre tread design maximises safety on wet surface.
  • Handling characteristics on wet and dry are exceptional, enhancing the overall ride experience.
  • Ride comfort is further enhanced by the quiet and smooth ride experience.

Load Index: 91

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: 9.2

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

From £67.60 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning 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.

Goodyear Tyres

Goodyear Excellence

Goodyear Excellence

Load Index: 91

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: 9.2

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

From £67.60 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning premium brand tyre

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.

Goodyear Tyres

Goodyear Excellence RHD TO

Goodyear Excellence RHD TO

Load Index: 91

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: 9.2

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

From £67.60 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning premium brand tyre

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.

Goodyear Tyres

Goodyear Excellence

Goodyear Excellence

Load Index: 91

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: 9.2

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

From £67.60 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning premium brand tyre

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.

Goodyear Tyres

Goodyear Efficentgrip Fiat

Goodyear Efficentgrip Fiat

Load Index: 91

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: 9.2

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

From £67.60 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
69 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.

Bridgestone Tyres

Bridgestone B250

Bridgestone B250

Bridgestone B250 Tyres – the Most Technologically Advanced Tyres for Small and Medium Cars

 

The Bridgestone B250 tyres are part of the company’s general-use tyre range, with technological advancements that put them at the class topping position in terms of performance.

Japan based Bridgestone Tyres have an established reputation for investing in R&D and have been at the forefront in tyre innovation to produce tyres that offer maximum benefits to consumers in terms of performance as well as safety. And the Bridgestone B250 tyres do not disappoint on that count.

The B in the name B250 stands for balance and indicates that the Bridgestone B250 tyres provide a perfect balance between comfort, stability and safety.

The tyres have been specifically developed for a wide range of small to medium compact cars and provide a mix of high mileage, good aquaplaning resistance, significant braking responsiveness and low tyre noise.

Launched in 2006, the Bridgestone B250 tyres were intended as replacement for the Bridgestone B391 tyres in the original equipment market.

Bridgestone B250 Tyres – Performance

The Bridgestone B250 tyres perform well on the following parameters.

  • Wet Weather Performance

The Bridgestone B250 tyres incorporate a unique tread pattern with large grooves, equipped with maximum sipes. While the grooves effectively deflect surface water and reduce the risk of aquaplaning, the high density sipes arrangement increases the wet traction considerably. As a result, wet braking responsiveness increases, leading to shorter stopping distances.

  • Handling Characteristics

The large tread blocks improve handling characteristics of dry roads, giving you more precise control of the car during cornering especially at high speeds. Thus driver confidence increases tremendously.

  • Tyre Durability

The larger tread blocks are also more wear resistant and contribute to tyre longevity. So it will be a long time before you would need to consider replacing your Bridgestone B250 tyres.

  • Noise Levels

When you decide to go on a long distance drive with the family, you rather listen to your children’s chatter than noise made by your tyres, right? Bridgestone understands this therefore the Bridgestone B250 tyres tread pattern is optimised through high end computer software to minimise noise levels. You can enjoy a quiet and peaceful ride at all speeds.

Features and Benefits of the Bridgestone B250 Tyres

· Excellent tyre for wet driving conditions as it reduces the risk of aquaplaning and offers superior traction and braking response on wet surface. Thus safety is assured in wet weather.

· You can expect a comfortable and confident drive as the Bridgestone B250 tyres provide improved handling characteristics, enabling reliable and precise control at all speeds and surfaces.

· The tyres are good value for money because of extended tyre life and durability.

· The overall drive experience is greatly enhanced due to the reduced noise levels.

Load Index: 91

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: 9.8

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
Mercedes

Mercedes recommends 'M0' marked tyres to improve performance. These tyres have been specifically designed to compliment the performance characteristics of their vehicles. National recommends replacing in sets of four. These tyres can be fitted to other vehicles.

From £68.70 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.

Avon Tyres

Avon Ice Touring

Avon Ice Touring

Avon Ice Touring Tyres – Ensuring Safety in Winter

Avon Ice Touring tyres are premium winter tyres from Avon Tyres that offer superior performance in extreme winter conditions.

Driving in winter becomes all the more challenging due to slippery ice, slush and snow on the roads. It is always recommended that you switch to winter tyres during the season as they are better equipped to deal with such conditions.

The Avon Ice Touring tyres are particularly well known for their traction and superior road holding on snow and icy surfaces.

The Avon Ice touring tyres have been developed specifically for passenger cars and incorporate a variety of patented Avon technologies to deliver the best performance. The tyres are available in a broad range of sizes to fit a variety of cars. Avon Ice Touring XL tyres are also available for reinforced load applications.

Let us now look at some of the features of the Avon Ice Touring tyres.

Traction

The Avon Ice Touring tyres offer excellent traction on all winter surface conditions such as snow, slush, mud and ice, keeping you on the road and safe throughout the winter, irrespective of its severity.

Avon has incorporated a special high-concentration silica tread compound into the tyre construction, which improves traction.

Road Holding

Regular rubber compounds freeze over at low temperatures, making the tyres stiff and less responsive to steering control. The special silica compounds used in the Avon Ice Touring tyres are more resistant to low temperatures and retain their flexibility.

As a result road holding and handling characteristics are greatly improved with the Avon Ice Touring tyres, enhancing driver confidence and comfort levels significantly.

Braking Response

The Avon Ice Touring tyres offer excellent braking response on slippery snow and icy surfaces.

The tread pattern comprises a single circumferential groove with serrated edges on both sides to maximise traction, which in turns improves braking responsiveness. This particular groove pattern is proprietary to Avon and is called Avon’s ‘Snow Groove’.

The tread blocks remain flexible and are equipped with sipes that not only provide better traction, but are also helpful in keeping the under tread clear of snow. Because of this, braking distances are greatly reduced, which is an important safety factor while driving in winter.

The Avon Ice Touring tyres are marked with the ‘Severe Snow Conditions’ symbol, indicating they are suitable for use under the most severe winter surface conditions.

Features and Benefits of the Avon Ice Touring Tyres

  • Excellent all round performer for the winter season as it can tackle snow, slush, ice and mud with equal ease
  • Improved traction and exceptional braking response increase safety by reducing chances of skidding on slippery surfaces.
  • Improved road holding due to specially formulated silica tread compound that increases confidence while tackling treacherous winter driving.

Load Index: 91

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: 9.8

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
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 £69.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Our MOST RATED 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.

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: 91

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: 9.8

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 £69.80 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.

Avon Tyres

Avon Ice Touring

Avon Ice Touring

Avon Ice Touring Tyres – Ensuring Safety in Winter

Avon Ice Touring tyres are premium winter tyres from Avon Tyres that offer superior performance in extreme winter conditions.

Driving in winter becomes all the more challenging due to slippery ice, slush and snow on the roads. It is always recommended that you switch to winter tyres during the season as they are better equipped to deal with such conditions.

The Avon Ice Touring tyres are particularly well known for their traction and superior road holding on snow and icy surfaces.

The Avon Ice touring tyres have been developed specifically for passenger cars and incorporate a variety of patented Avon technologies to deliver the best performance. The tyres are available in a broad range of sizes to fit a variety of cars. Avon Ice Touring XL tyres are also available for reinforced load applications.

Let us now look at some of the features of the Avon Ice Touring tyres.

Traction

The Avon Ice Touring tyres offer excellent traction on all winter surface conditions such as snow, slush, mud and ice, keeping you on the road and safe throughout the winter, irrespective of its severity.

Avon has incorporated a special high-concentration silica tread compound into the tyre construction, which improves traction.

Road Holding

Regular rubber compounds freeze over at low temperatures, making the tyres stiff and less responsive to steering control. The special silica compounds used in the Avon Ice Touring tyres are more resistant to low temperatures and retain their flexibility.

As a result road holding and handling characteristics are greatly improved with the Avon Ice Touring tyres, enhancing driver confidence and comfort levels significantly.

Braking Response

The Avon Ice Touring tyres offer excellent braking response on slippery snow and icy surfaces.

The tread pattern comprises a single circumferential groove with serrated edges on both sides to maximise traction, which in turns improves braking responsiveness. This particular groove pattern is proprietary to Avon and is called Avon’s ‘Snow Groove’.

The tread blocks remain flexible and are equipped with sipes that not only provide better traction, but are also helpful in keeping the under tread clear of snow. Because of this, braking distances are greatly reduced, which is an important safety factor while driving in winter.

The Avon Ice Touring tyres are marked with the ‘Severe Snow Conditions’ symbol, indicating they are suitable for use under the most severe winter surface conditions.

Features and Benefits of the Avon Ice Touring Tyres

  • Excellent all round performer for the winter season as it can tackle snow, slush, ice and mud with equal ease
  • Improved traction and exceptional braking response increase safety by reducing chances of skidding on slippery surfaces.
  • Improved road holding due to specially formulated silica tread compound that increases confidence while tackling treacherous winter driving.

Load Index: 91

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: 9.8

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
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 £70.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Our MOST RATED premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
69 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.

Dunlop Tyres

DUNLOP WINTER

DUNLOP WINTER

Dunlop Winter Tyre

Load Index: 95

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

Premium brand tyre - Motorsport heritage

TYRE
LABEL
67 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.

Goodyear Tyres

Goodyear Winter

Goodyear Winter

Goodyear Winter Tyre

Load Index: 95

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: 9.2

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

Multi award winning premium brand tyre

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.

Goodyear Tyres

Goodyear Winter

Goodyear Winter

Goodyear Winter Tyre

Load Index: 95

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: 9.2

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.

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

Multi award winning premium brand tyre

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.

Goodyear Tyres

Goodyear Efficient Grip Performance

Goodyear Efficient Grip Performance

Load Index: 91

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

From £72.00 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
69 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.

Bridgestone Tyres

Bridgestone Winter

Bridgestone Winter

Bridgestone Winter Tyre

Load Index: 91

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: 9.8

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
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 £72.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Our MOST POPULAR 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.

Continental Tyres

Continental PremiumContact5

Continental PremiumContact5

Load Index: 91

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

From £74.20 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning 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.

Bridgestone Tyres

Bridgestone Winter

Bridgestone Winter

Bridgestone Winter Tyre

Load Index: 95

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: 9.8

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.

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 £74.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Our MOST POPULAR 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: 91

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
Mercedes

Mercedes recommends 'M0' marked tyres to improve performance. These tyres have been specifically designed to compliment the performance characteristics of their vehicles. National recommends replacing in sets of four. These tyres can be fitted to other vehicles.

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 £74.50 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.

Continental Tyres

CONTINENTAL WINTER

CONTINENTAL WINTER

Continental Winter Tyre

Load Index: 91

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
Mercedes

Mercedes recommends 'M0' marked tyres to improve performance. These tyres have been specifically designed to compliment the performance characteristics of their vehicles. National recommends replacing in sets of four. These tyres can be fitted to other vehicles.

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 £74.50 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.

Continental Tyres

CONTINENTAL WINTER

CONTINENTAL WINTER

Continental Winter Tyre

Load Index: 91

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 £74.50 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.

Michelin Tyres

Michelin Winter

Michelin Winter

Michelin Winter Tyre

Load Index: 91

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: 9.1

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
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 £74.50 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.

Michelin Tyres

Michelin Winter

Michelin Winter

Michelin Winter Tyre

Load Index: 91

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: 9.1

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
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 £74.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Premium brand tyre

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.

Continental Tyres

Continental PremiumContact5

Continental PremiumContact5

Load Index: 91

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

From £75.30 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning 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.

Continental Tyres

Continental Eco Contact 3 M0

Continental Eco Contact 3 M0

Continental Eco Contact 3 M0

Load Index: 91

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
Mercedes

Mercedes recommends 'M0' marked tyres to improve performance. These tyres have been specifically designed to compliment the performance characteristics of their vehicles. National recommends replacing in sets of four. These tyres can be fitted to other vehicles.

From £75.30 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning 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.

Continental Tyres

Continental Premium Contact 2 E

Continental Premium Contact 2 E

Continental PremiumContact2 E Tyres – EU Approved Tyres for Maximum Safety

The Continental PremiumContact2 E tyres are EU approved tyres from Continental Tyres Premium Contact range for medium to premium luxury cars. Since 1997, it is compulsory for tyres sold in the European Union to carry the ‘E’ marking.

The ‘E’ mark indicates that the Continental PremiumContact2 E tyres comply with the dimensional, marking and performance requirements of the ECE Regulation 30. The ‘E’ is followed by a number and the two are present within a rectangle to complete the marking. The number within the rectangle indicates the code number of the European country granting the approval. Britain is identified by number 11.

Other than the Continental PremiumContact2 E tyres, the Continental Premium Contact range comprises popular tyres such as the Continental PremiumContact5 tyres using an OE on several popular cars.

Continental PremiumContact2 E Tyres – USP

The USP of the Continental PremiumContact2 E tyres is its ability to ensure maximum safety on all surfaces by reducing braking distances on wet and dry and decreasing the risk of aquaplaning on wet.

How Do the Continental PremiumContact2 E Tyres Ensure Maximum Safety?

The main reason for this is the unique 3D groove design on the Continental PremiumContact2 E tyre tread. The 3D design incorporates a steep to shallow gradient in the tread grooves from the inner to the outer tyre shoulder.

The shallow grooves maximise grip and contact area on dry roads, enhancing braking responsiveness and safety.

While traversing on wet surfaces, this role is played by the steep side grooves that are deeply angled. These grooves cut sharply through the surface water to enhance the contact patch and reduce stopping distances significantly when brakes are applied.

The 3D grooves are also associated with reducing the risk of aquaplaning on wet surface.

When there is much water on roads, there are chances that you may lose control due to aquaplaning because the contact patch between the rubber and surface is reduced due to the water. The effect of the 3D grooves in deflecting water from wet surface results in significant reduction in the risk of aquaplaning, keeping you safe from skidding.

Increased Steering Responsiveness of the Continental PremiumContact2 E Tyres

The Continental PremiumContact2 E tyres sport an asymmetric tread design which contributes to increased steering responsiveness. The asymmetric tread pattern exhibits large compact tread blocks on the outer tyre shoulder, which stabilise the tread and transmit steering forces more effectively to the road. As a result handling is vastly improved and you retain maximum control on the car at all times.

Features and Benefits of Continental PremiumContact2 E Tyres

  • Assured safety on all surfaces backed by compliance with the ECE Regulation 30 standards.
  • Increased steering responsiveness, enhancing control and confidence.
  • Reduced stopping distance on all surfaces.
  • No stress associated with driving on wet surface due to excellent aquaplaning resistance.

Load Index: 91

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
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.

From £75.30 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning 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.

Yokohama Tyres

Yokohama AC02 CDRIVE 2 XL

Yokohama AC02 CDRIVE 2 XL

Yokohama AC02 CDrive2 XL Tyres – Greater Safety for Greater Loads

When your day to day driving involves carrying heavy loads, you need adequate support from your tyres. Load reinforced tyres that can be inflated to higher pressure levels than the standard tyres are best suited for this purpose. And when you want to add greater reassurance on wet surface, more than satisfactory handling and exceptional comfort, look no further than the Yokohama AC02 CDrive2 XL tyres.

Manufactured by Yokohama Tyres, these tyres meet all your needs perfectly.

Yokohama AC02 CDrive2 XL Tyres – General Features

As compared to the standard Yokohama AC02 CDrive2 tyres, the Yokohama AC02 CDrive2 XL tyres have a stiffer side wall construction. Thus for the same size, the XL tyres can withstand higher air pressure and therefore are able to support heavier loads than the standard tyres. While this is the standard feature of all XL tyres, what makes the Yokohama AC02 CDrive2 XL tyres unique is the incorporation of orange oil technology.

Orange Oil Technology – the Game Changer for the Yokohama AC02 CDrive2 XL Tyres

Tyre development is a complicated function and often involves trade-offs between different aspects, depending on the intended functionality of the tyres. For instance, for demanding drivers of performance cars, handling is very important, but handling performance comes at the cost of quicker tyre wear. Likewise, attempts to reduce the rolling resistance of tyres in order to improve fuel efficiency are accompanied by the reduction in wet grip properties. However Yokohama engineers have been able to overcome this problem with the breakthrough orange oil technology.

Due to this technology, the Yokohama AC02 CDrive2 XL tyres exhibit unparalleled grip and safety on wet surface and offer increased fuel efficiency that cuts down your fuel bills.

Experience Greater Stability and Comfort with the Yokohama AC02 CDrive2 XL Tyres

When you are driving a heavier vehicle or carrying heavy loads, the issue of stability is very critical. The central tread rib of the Yokohama AC02 CDrive2 tyres runs continuously, which enhances the sense of balance offered by the tyres. You can experience increased stability at high speeds and while turning corners.

The handling characteristics conferred by the tyres are exceptional, putting you completely in control of your car at all times.

The Yokohama AC02 CDrive2 XL tyres are also associated with delivering a smooth and comfortable ride.

The tyres are available in sizes to fit 15 and 16 inch alloy disks.

Features and Benefits of the Yokohama AC02 CDrive2 XL Tyres

· Greater chances of saving on your fuel bills as fuel efficiency offered by the tyres is high.

· Assured safety on wet surfaces puts your mind at ease while travelling with heavy loads in wet weather.

· Experience a smooth ride and exceptional handling irrespective of the load you are carrying.

Load Index: 95

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: 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 £75.30 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range tyre – High Performance

TYRE
LABEL
74 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.

Dunlop Tyres

DUNLOP WINTER

DUNLOP WINTER

Dunlop Winter Tyre

Load Index: 91

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
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 £75.50 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.

Dunlop Tyres

DUNLOP WINTER

DUNLOP WINTER

Dunlop Winter Tyre

Load Index: 91

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
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 £75.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Premium brand tyre - Motorsport heritage

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.

Dunlop Tyres

DUNLOP WINTER

DUNLOP WINTER

Dunlop Winter Tyre

Load Index: 91

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
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 £75.50 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.

Goodyear Tyres

Goodyear Winter

Goodyear Winter

Goodyear Winter Tyre

Load Index: 91

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: 9.2

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
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 £75.50 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
69 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.

Dunlop Tyres

Dunlop SP Sport BluResponse

Dunlop SP Sport BluResponse

Load Index: 95

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 £78.60 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.