The Maxxis Premitra HP5 has capped a run of impressive tyre test results by winning Swedish magazine Vi Bilägare’s 225/45 R17 contest. The flagship global brand of Taiwanese manufacturer Cheng Shin beat premium tyres from Goodyear (EfficientGrip Performance 2 in second), Continental (PremiumContact 6 in third, alongside Nokian’s Hakka Blue 2), Michelin (Primacy 4 in fifth), and Pirelli (Cinturato P7 C2 in sixth) in the test, conducted in Mireval, France. The test ranked tyres based on wet handling, braking and cornering grip, curved and straight aquaplaning, dry handling and braking, fuel consumption, noise, comfort and rolling resistance.
In its annual winter tyre performance survey, German motoring publication AutoBild narrows a wide field of 49 winter tyres and two all-season tyres with wet and snow braking measurements before conducting a full test of a range of characteristics. 19 tyres made it through to the 2015/16 season test, conducted using the tyre size 185/60 R15.
Treadsetters is promoting its Hifly HF 805 UHP pattern as “the competitive option”, while at the same time highlighting its production in “an international, technologically advanced production facility which incorporates all the very latest tyre building and design developments”.
Shropshire based wholesaler, Treadsetters is the exclusive distributor of the Hifly tyre range. The Hifly HF 201 PCR tyre includes a straight-line pattern design for improved steering response, with a special tread pattern for better road handling performance and high resistance to aquaplaning on both wet and dry road surfaces.
UK and European wholesaler Treadsetters offers two exclusive passenger car tyre brands in a range of patterns up to ultra-high performance sizes. The distributor says its high performance Hifly HF805 tyre incorporates a tread pattern designed to provide improved steering response, road handling and aquaplaning resistance. The range also offer low noise ratio and rolling […]
Telford-based tyre wholesaler Treadsetters boasts a comprehensive range of ultra high performance brands, including premium and mid-range labels along with 'value for money' budget ranges. In fact, the company says it prides itself on offering dealerships a flexible and versatile tyre selection.