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Westlake Tyres

Westlake RP28

Westlake RP28

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 £52.42 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Quality budget tyre - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

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.

Aoteli Tyres

Aoteli P307

Aoteli P307

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:

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 £52.42 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

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

Bravuris 3HM

Bravuris 3HM

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 £65.29 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 £66.25 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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Pirelli Tyres

Pirelli P7

Pirelli P7

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: 9.0

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

From £72.22 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
72 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

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

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

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

Exterior Noise Emission

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

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 £72.94 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.

Michelin Tyres

Michelin Primacy 3

Michelin Primacy 3

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: 9.1

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 £80.69 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

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.

Continental Tyres

Continental SportContact2 FR

Continental SportContact2 FR

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 £82.89 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 Runflat

Continental Premium Contact Runflat

Continental Premium Contact Runflat

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
Run Flat

Run-flat tyres have heavily reinforced sidewalls and are designed to keep the tyre fixed to the wheel, even when operating at zero pressure. Most tyre manufacturers DO NOT recommend a Run-flat tyre be repaired following operation at reduced pressure. National recommends replacing run-flat tyres with run-flat tyres.

From £94.88 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.

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 £103.10 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: 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 £104.58 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 ER300 Runflat

Bridgestone ER300 Runflat

Bridgestone ER300 Runflat Tyres – Performance and Comfort Coupled with Convenience

 

The Bridgestone ER300 Runflat tyres are summer touring tyres from Bridgestone Tyres fortified with the company’s innovative Runflat technology.

Bridgestone Tyres is associated with some of the best and most innovative tyre technologies. The company’s Run Flat Technology (RFT) is a breakthrough innovation that significantly enhances the safety of motorists by countering the safety risks associated with flat tyres.

Advantage of the Bridgestone ER300 Runflat Tyres

The Runflat technology enables the Bridgestone ER300 Runflat tyres to keep the vehicle in motion despite a puncture and loss of air. So, instead of being stranded in the middle of nowhere, you can make it home or to the nearest garage. Typically, you will be able to cover about 50 miles at a maximum speed of 50mph.

This is possible because the Bridgestone ER300 Runflat tyres sidewalls are thicker (than normal) and reinforced and can therefore support the weight of the vehicle despite lack of air pressure.

Combining Performance and Comfort with Technology

The Bridgestone ER300 tyres design and tread pattern is aimed to deliver greater handling responsiveness and wet safety while reducing noise levels and enhancing the ride quality. The Bridgestone ER300 Runflat tyres also offer these benefits with the additional convenience of the run-flat technology.

The Bridgestone ER300 Runflat tyres are OE tyres on a number of BMW and MINI vehicles.

Performance Features of the Bridgestone ER300 Runflat Tyres

The tyres perform exceptionally well in areas of wet safety as well as dry handling. Tyre noise levels are minimal and a smooth ride is guaranteed at all times.

 

Wet Performance

Bridgestone ER300 Runflat tyres’ asymmetric tread outline delivers superior wet traction and grip, with circumferential grooves that redirect water and reduce the possibility of aquaplaning.

Independent tyre tests carried out by reputed third parties, have the established reduced wet braking distances and superior wet cornering capabilities of these tyres.

Handling Characteristics

The large rectangular tread blocks enhance dry handling characteristics significantly, delivering better control and greater confidence in the drive. Dry grip and traction is also increased.

Tyre Noise Levels

The innovative asymmetric tread reduces external noise levels delivering a quiet and peaceful ride.

Ride Comfort Levels

The specially designed silica tread compound has high shock absorption properties, which results in a supremely comfortable ride experience at all times.

Available Sizes

The Bridgestone ER300 Runflat tyres are currently available for fitment on 16 inch alloys.

Features and Benefits of Bridgestone ER300 Runflat Tyres

  • Convenience and safety enhanced due to the runflat technology.
  • Confidence to safely explore the maximum performance levels of your vehicle.
  • Assured safety on all surfaces due to excellent dry and wet grip.
  • Reduced noise levels and smooth ride enhance the overall ride quality.

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
Run Flat

Run-flat tyres have heavily reinforced sidewalls and are designed to keep the tyre fixed to the wheel, even when operating at zero pressure. Most tyre manufacturers DO NOT recommend a Run-flat tyre be repaired following operation at reduced pressure. National recommends replacing run-flat tyres with run-flat tyres.

BMW

BMW recommends '*' 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 £124.13 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.

Budget

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 £58.80 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Quality budget tyre - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

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.

Mid-range

Firestone Tyres

Firestone SZ90

Firestone SZ90

Firestone SZ90 Tyres – The High Performance ‘Fun’ Tyres

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

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

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

Firestone SZ90 Tyres – The ‘Fun’ Tyres

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

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

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

Firestone SZ90 Tyres – Performance USP

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

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

Firestone SZ90 Tyres – Unique Performance Feature

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

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

Available Sizes

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

Features and Benefits of Firestone SZ90 Tyres

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

Load Index: 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 £83.00 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

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.

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
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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 £83.00 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.

Uniroyal Tyres

Uniroyal Rainsport 3

Uniroyal Rainsport 3

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 £101.70 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.

Toyo Tyres

Toyo TYJ48C

Toyo TYJ48C

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 £105.00 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range tyre – Sports Performance

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.

Toyo Tyres

Toyo TYJ48C

Toyo TYJ48C

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 £105.00 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range tyre – Sports Performance

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.

Premium

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: 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 £77.50 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.

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: 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 £81.90 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.

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: 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
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 £81.90 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 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 £81.90 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 Fast Response

Dunlop SP Fast Response

Dunlop SP Fast Response Tyres – Excellent Value for Money

Tyres connect your vehicle to the surface and propel it forward. The quality of the tyres used for a vehicle determines many factors such as the speed of the car, economy of the fuel, safety and comfort, etc. It is therefore very important to choose the right kind of tyres for your vehicle.

Goodyear Tyre and Rubber Company owns Dunlop Tyres which has been around for more than a century. Their innovative engineers are never tired of designing better and sturdier versions of high quality tyres. Their passion for balance in comfort and high performance makes Dunlop SP Fast Response tyres amongst the most stable and long lasting tyres.

Dunlop Fast Response XL tyres , popular tyres from this range offer similar features and performance with the added advantage of heavy load carrying capability.

What Makes the Dunlop SP Fast Response Tyres Superior Performers

The Dunlop SP Fast Response tyres offer high levels of steering precision and improved wet grip, enhancing stability and safety. The tyres are also associated with reduced rolling resistance that improves fuel economy and increases mileage performance.

The Dunlop SP Fast Response tyres are incorporated with the unique Touch Technology that makes them extremely sensitive to road conditions. They pick up even the slightest of information about the road and your car and transmit it to you, enhancing your driving experience.

Dunlop SP Fast Response Tyres – Performance Features

  • Improved Wet Handling

The optimised tread pattern of the Dunlop SP Fast Response tyres increases aquaplaning resistance. This reduces the chances of loss of control on wet surface and makes them among the safest tyres on a wet road.

They are equally effective on dry surface too.

  • Improved Road Feedback

The Dunlop SP Fast Response tyres have been built for a superior driving experience for the person behind the steering wheel. The state-of-the-art Touch Technology used in these tyres offers even the slightest and subtle road feedback to the driver. Additionally, the flatter tread profile enhances the road feedback. These features make you more responsive to the road and have better control over your vehicle. This enhances your overall enjoyment and satisfaction in driving.

  • Improved Braking Responsiveness

The Dunlop SP Fast Response tyres offer excellent braking responsiveness. This makes them safe in emergency halting as the tyres have a strong grip over the surface and they do not slide even on wet, muddy or snow surfaces. This feature also makes them safe while cornering at a high speed, particularly on slippery roads.

Features and Benefits of Dunlop Fast Response Tyres

  • Excellent wet grip and braking makes them safe under any climate or surface.
  • Touch Technology enables subtle road feedback and provides an enhanced driving experience.
  • Enhanced tread pattern provides cornering stability facilitating driving safety.
  • Reduced rolling resistance is associated with savings on fuel costs.

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 £81.90 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.

Bridgestone Tyres

Bridgestone ER33

Bridgestone ER33

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 £87.40 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 ER300 Ecopia M0

Bridgestone ER300 Ecopia M0

Bridgestone ER300 Ecopia MO Tyres – Original Equipment Fitment for Mercedes Models

 

Bridgestone Tyres , one of the world’s leading and reputed tyre manufacturers serves as the OE partner of choice for some of the biggest automobile manufacturers in the world.

Bridgestone Tyres and German luxury automotive manufacturer Mercedes Benz have had a successful collaboration for a number of years. All Bridgestone tyres specifically produced for Mercedes OE fitments are marked ‘MO’ on the tyre sidewall.

The Bridgestone ER300 Ecopia tyres, Bridgestone’s innovative tyres that deliver high levels of performance, without sacrificing safety and ride comfort, while reducing carbon dioxide emissions are used as OE fitment on several Mercedes models. These Mercedes OE tyres are referred to as the Bridgestone ER300 Ecopia MO tyres.

 

Vehicles Used On

The Bridgestone ER300 Ecopia MO tyres are the OE tyres for the Mercedes C class, SLK class and the E Class models as well as some S class models.

All these are high performance luxury cars and the Bridgestone ER300 Ecopia MO tyres complement the handling and enable high speed capability in these cars while retaining optimal ride comfort by reducing tyre noise and delivering a smooth drive.

The increased fuel efficiency and reduced carbon dioxide emission levels are additional advantages.

3 Important Features of the Bridgestone ER300 Ecopia MO Tyres

  1. Ecopia Tread Compound

The innovative Ecopia tread compound used in the Bridgestone ER300 Ecopia MO tyres reduces rolling resistance of the tyres, resulting in greater fuel efficiency. Enhanced fuel efficiency has a direct impact on reducing release of carbon dioxide by the vehicle exhaust. This also means greater cost savings on fuel bills for you.

  1. Asymmetric Tread Pattern

The asymmetric tread pattern of the Bridgestone ER300 Ecopia MO Tyres provides the perfect balance between dry handling and wet traction. So there is superior steering responsiveness on dry handling, while wet traction and braking responsiveness on wet surface also remains high.

  1. Reinforced Tyre Structure

The Bridgestone ER300 Ecopia MO tyre structure is internally reinforced by spiral nylon wrapping and twin steel belts. The tread blocks also have reinforced thickness. This results in minimising noise levels and enhancing the ride smoothness, resulting in a quiet and comfortable ride at all times.

Features and Benefits of the Bridgestone ER300 Ecopia MO Tyres

  • Officially approved by Mercedes (as indicated by the MO mark), so you can rest assured about the tyre’s suitability for your Mercedes car.
  • Reduced noise levels deliver a quiet and peaceful ride at all times.
  • Experience ‘luxury in motion’ as the tyres enhance the ride smoothness at all speeds and surfaces.
  • Confident handling and increased braking responsiveness add to the overall ride experience.
  • Obvious and important benefits of fuel economy and environmental friendliness due to reduced carbon dioxide emissions.

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
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 £87.40 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.

Bridgestone Tyres

Bridgestone RE040 A0

Bridgestone RE040 A0

Bridgestone RE040 A0

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
Audi

Audi recommends 'R0' and 'A0' 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 should not be fitted to any other vehicle.

From £87.40 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.

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 £87.40 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.

Continental Tyres

Continental Eco Contact 5 M0

Continental Eco Contact 5 M0

Continental Eco Contact 5 M0

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
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 £92.90 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 5 A0

Continental Eco Contact 5 A0

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
Audi

Audi recommends 'R0' and 'A0' 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 should not be fitted to any other vehicle.

From £92.90 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 *

Continental Premium Contact 2 *

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
BMW

BMW recommends '*' 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 £92.90 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 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: 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 £92.90 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 M0

Continental Premium Contact 2 M0

Continental Premium Contact 2 M0

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
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 £92.90 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 Sport Contact *

Continental Sport Contact *

Continental PremiumContact5 Tyres – Combining Comfort and Safety in Your Car

The Continental Premium Contac t5 tyres are the perfect all-rounder tyres for your car, if you are looking for the ideal (but rare) combination of comfort and safety. Recently launched by German tyre major Continental Tyres, the Continental PremiumContact5 tyres are suitable for a wide range of cars from compact to mid-range to premium full-range cars.

Continental PremiumContact5 Tyres – Combining the Best of the Best

The Continental PremiumContact5 tyres borrow features of the Continental Sport Contact tyres for enhancing the handling characteristics. Technology and design based on the Continental Eco Contact tyres enhance comfort and reduce rolling resistance in these tyres.

Thus Continental engineers have brought together some of the best Continental tyre technologies and designs to create the premium Continental PremiumContact5 tyres.

Continental PremiumContact5 Tyres – The Last Word in Safety

The single most important measure of safety of a tyre is the braking distance. Shorter the braking distance of the tyre, safer it is. The Continental PremiumContact5 tyres are equipped with unique 3D edges, which enhance contact with the road surface and reduce the braking distance significantly on dry surface.

On wet surface, the 3D edges are able to sharply cut through the surface water film like a windscreen wiper. Again contact patch with the surface increases causing shorter stopping distance and greater safety.

Handling Characteristics

The Continental PremiumContact5 tyres exhibit macro tread blocks (similar to the Continental SportContact tyres) on the outer tyre shoulder, which improve handling characteristics by precisely transmitting steering forces to the surface. So whether you are negotiating a sharp turn or changing lanes, your control on the car remains intact, irrespective of speed.

Reduced Rolling Resistance

The contour of the Continental PremiumContact5 tyres (similar to the Continental EcoContact tyres) is optimised to reduce energy losses while the tyre rolls, reducing the rolling resistance. This of course is directly related to reduced fuel consumption, resulting in overall mileage improvement of 12%.

Enhanced Ride Comfort

The flexible sidewall of the Continental PremiumContact5 tyres gets additional support from a reinforced bead area, increasing the stability. So vibrations are better absorbed, resulting in greater ride comfort. The tyre tread is also equipped with whisper bars that reduce noise levels significantly, enhancing the ride comfort even further.

Available Sizes

The Continental PremiumContact5 tyres are available in a wide range of sizes for fitting 14-17 inch alloys. The diameter ranges from 175-225mm and the available profile heights are 50-65mm.

Features and Benefits of the Continental PremiumContact5 Tyres

  • Assured safety on all surfaces due to reduced braking distances.
  • Exceptional handling characteristics ensure that there is no compromise on safety even at high speeds, by enabling precise control over the car at all times.
  • Increased fuel efficiency is environment friendly.
  • Improved mileage performance significantly reduces fuel bills.
  • Overall ride quality and comfort is excellent.

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
BMW

BMW recommends '*' 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 £92.90 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Multi award winning premium brand tyre

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.

Continental Tyres

Continental PremiumContact5

Continental PremiumContact5

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 £92.90 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 PremiumContact5

Continental PremiumContact5

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 £92.90 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 V105 M0

Yokohama V105 M0

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
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 £92.90 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.

Yokohama Tyres

Yokohama E70 J

Yokohama E70 J

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 £97.30 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range tyre – High 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.

Michelin Tyres

Michelin Primacy HP A0

Michelin Primacy HP A0

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: 9.1

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
Audi

Audi recommends 'R0' and 'A0' 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 should not be fitted to any other vehicle.

From £102.80 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 EP001S

Bridgestone EP001S

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 £102.80 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.

Michelin Tyres

Michelin Energy Saver *

Michelin Energy Saver *

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: 9.1

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
BMW

BMW recommends '*' 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 £102.80 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 M0

Michelin Energy Saver M0

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: 9.1

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
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 £102.80 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: V

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 9.1

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

From £102.80 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: V

The maximum speed that a tyre can sustain at full load

Rating: 9.1

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

Audi recommends 'R0' and 'A0' 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 should not be fitted to any other vehicle.

From £102.80 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 S1

Michelin Energy Saver S1

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: 9.1

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 £102.80 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 Primacy HP

Michelin Primacy HP

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: 9.1

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 £102.80 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 Primacy HP

Michelin Primacy HP

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: 9.1

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
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 £102.80 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 Pil Sport 3

Michelin Pil Sport 3

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: 9.1

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 £103.90 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
71 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

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

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

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

Exterior Noise Emission

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

Pirelli Tyres

Pirelli Cinturato P7 M0

Pirelli Cinturato P7 M0

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: 9.0

Our site ratings are collected from customer reviews and are based on the following criteria:
  • Traction in the Dry - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Traction in the Wet - when accelerating, cornering or braking
  • Steering responsiveness - ability to maintain the drivers input i.e. following a straight line
  • Cornering stability - ability to follow the drivers input
  • Resistance to aquaplaning - when all 4 tyres lose contact with the road (i.e. driving through water)
  • Tread wear versus mileage
  • Ride comfort and smoothness
  • Noise Level
  • Quality versus price
  • General appearance / Tread pattern
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 £106.10 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.

Pirelli Tyres

Cinturato P7

Cinturato P7

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: 9.0

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

From £106.10 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.

Pirelli Tyres

Cinturato P7

Cinturato P7

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: 9.0

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

BMW recommends '*' 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 £106.10 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
71 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

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

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

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

Exterior Noise Emission

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

Bridgestone Tyres

Bridgestone T001 M0

Bridgestone T001 M0

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
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 £109.40 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.

Goodyear Tyres

Goodyear Efficientgrip M0 Runflat

Goodyear Efficientgrip M0 Runflat

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
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.

Run Flat

Run-flat tyres have heavily reinforced sidewalls and are designed to keep the tyre fixed to the wheel, even when operating at zero pressure. Most tyre manufacturers DO NOT recommend a Run-flat tyre be repaired following operation at reduced pressure. National recommends replacing run-flat tyres with run-flat tyres.

From £112.70 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 Eagle NCT5 Runflat

Goodyear Eagle NCT5 Runflat

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
Run Flat

Run-flat tyres have heavily reinforced sidewalls and are designed to keep the tyre fixed to the wheel, even when operating at zero pressure. Most tyre manufacturers DO NOT recommend a Run-flat tyre be repaired following operation at reduced pressure. National recommends replacing run-flat tyres with run-flat tyres.

BMW

BMW recommends '*' 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 £112.70 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.

Yokohama Tyres

Yokohama NEOVA AD08

Yokohama NEOVA AD08

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 £125.90 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Mid range tyre – High Performance

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.

Michelin Tyres

Michelin Primacy HP

Michelin Primacy HP

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: 9.1

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
Run Flat

Run-flat tyres have heavily reinforced sidewalls and are designed to keep the tyre fixed to the wheel, even when operating at zero pressure. Most tyre manufacturers DO NOT recommend a Run-flat tyre be repaired following operation at reduced pressure. National recommends replacing run-flat tyres with run-flat tyres.

BMW

BMW recommends '*' 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 £146.80 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.

Pirelli Tyres

Pirelli Cinturato P7 Runflat

Pirelli Cinturato P7 Runflat

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: 9.0

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

Run-flat tyres have heavily reinforced sidewalls and are designed to keep the tyre fixed to the wheel, even when operating at zero pressure. Most tyre manufacturers DO NOT recommend a Run-flat tyre be repaired following operation at reduced pressure. National recommends replacing run-flat tyres with run-flat tyres.

From £146.80 per tyre (inc. multi-buy discounts)

Premium brand tyre

TYRE
LABEL
71 dB

Fuel Efficiency / Rolling Resistance

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

Wet Grip / Braking Performance

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

Exterior Noise Emission

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



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