The Bridgestone D687 tyres are all wheel drive tyres from Bridgestone best suited for 4x4 vehicles that demand strong performance particularly for highway usage. Officially called the Dueler H/T D687 tyres, these tyres are part of Bridgestone’s Dueler range. The Dueler range comprises high performance 4x4 tyres that deliver high levels of traction and are suitable for a range of terrains, including off road terrains. Some tyres in this range like the Bridgestone D693 tyres are suitable for all terrains (including on road and off road usage).
Wet and dry grip: The Bridgestone D687 tread design optimises wet and dry grip, ensuring stability and thus safety on all surfaces.
Wet weather performance: The tread pattern exhibits three wide longitudinal grooves that effectively deflect water from the contact patch, reducing the risk of aquaplaning. The central tread blocks are also broken up to sipes, which further contribute towards improved grip and performance on wet surface.
Braking responsiveness: The Bridgestone D687 tyres respond exceptionally well to braking commands on all surfaces and offer extremely short braking distances.
Tyre noise: The tread pattern of the Bridgestone D687 tyres is optimised to minimise tyre noise. So you can look forward to peace and quiet on those long highway trips.
The Bridgestone D687 tyres, however are best suited for highways. (The H/T in the name stands for Highway Terrain). Bridgestone Tyres is one of the top tyre manufacturers in the world and is known for some of the most innovative tyre manufacturing designs and technologies. The Bridgestone D687 tyres benefit from the Bridgestone technological expertise to deliver a ‘sedan’ like comfort in 4x4 vehicles. This is made possible due to the tyre’s unique tread design that enhances performance on both wet and dry surfaces, offers exceptional stability and handling, while allowing no compromises on riding comfort.
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