The Goodyear Wrangler HP tyres are rough and tough 4x4 tyres from the Goodyear Tyres stable that can handle the toughest of terrains with relative ease. With superior performance both on road and off road, combined with a quiet ride these are your best choice if you are looking for tyres for your SUV if your regular usage covers considerable tough terrain. The Goodyear Wrangler HP tyres are all-weather tyres - their tread compound offers superior traction all year round. The Goodyear EfficientGrip SUV tyres are also 4x4 tyres but they are exclusive summer tyres. The HP in the tyre name stands for ‘High Performance’.
SmartTRED weather reactive technology
This technology refers to the use of a highly sophisticated and intelligent tread compound that adapts its behaviour based on the weather conditions. So whatever the weather, you are always assured of high performance.
High grip tread design
The Goodyear Wrangler HP tyres exhibit asymmetric tread design that incorporates large blocks on the wide outer shoulder, which enhance the contact surface and provide maximum grip on dry surface both on road an off it. In the central tread area of the Goodyear Wrangler HP tyres, there are circumferential grooves that are deep and wide. This tread pattern maximises grip on wet, slushy, slippery surface both on and off road.
The circumferential grooves are excellent channels for evacuating water from the tread area. The extra width and depth of these grooves and the presence of high grip sipes only makes it easier to do. And thus the aquaplaning resistance is maximum keeping you completely safe from losing control on any wet surface, whatever the nature of the terrain.
Twin belts in internal structure
The internal tyre structure of the Goodyear Wrangler HP tyres is reinforced by twin belts, which confers stability while supporting high speed performance.
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