All-Weather Tires

Car owners know that all weather tires are the right choice. Tire companies apply rapidly accelerating technological breakthroughs to their products. Here are four best new high-tech all-weather tires.

Nokian WR D3

Nokian WR G2 has become much popular and beloved among car owners.  So, the long-waited upgrade to it which is called Nokian WR D3 will be met with excitement. It has technological improvements and new particular features which are highly valued by automobile owners:

  • Lower rolling resistance due to silica-canola oil as a compound.
  • A nanotech connected between the cap plies and the tread area that improves flexibility, grip and overall contact patch.
  • “Cool Touch” sips which prevents the edge of the tread block from breaking, maintaining rigid tread blocks and cutting down on heat buildup from friction.
  • “Slush Blower” staggered sipping patterns at the front edge of tread blocks developed to get rid of slush even more quickly.
All-Weather Tires - Nokian WR D3

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It has won winter tests. Nokian WR D3 is considered to be one of the best all-weather tires. It will be available in the USA in fall.

Continental ExtremeContact DWS

Continental ExtremeContact DWS is a popular all-weather trademark of tires which develops tires for sports cars, sport trucks, sports coupes and performance sedans. Continental ExtremeContact DWS was designed to satisfy the year-round driving needs of car owners by blending dry and moist road performance with light snow and slush traction.

  • This model has indicators which are visible letters molded into the second rib from the outboard shoulder to caution drivers of the tire’s performance levels.
  • The letters “DWS” indicate whether the tires are sufficient for dry (D), wet (W), snow (S) conditions only.
  • All-weather tires.

Michelin Pilot Exalto A/S

Pilot Exalto A/S belongs to Michelin’s Pilot family of all-weather tires and is developed for coupes, sports cars, and sedans. Its main feature is perfect handling on roads no matter how wet or dry they are.  Even light snow isn’t an obstacle to ride with Pilot Exalto A/S.

  • Balanced dry grip, wet or light snow traction, and tread wear are not the only features of these tires.
  • High technology used in their developing helps eject water, counter hydroplaning and advance wet traction.

Sumitomo HTR A/S P01 (H&V)

Sumitomo HTR A/S P01 (H&V) tire brand  consists of H- and V-speed rated High Performance All-Weather tires produced to meet the all-season and all-weather driving needs of sports car, coupe and sedan drivers on both  dry and wet roads.

The HTR A/S P01 radial’s all-weather silica tread compound is molded into a five-rib directional pattern that guarantees good handling with year-round traction. 4 wide circumferential and multiple lateral grooves lower the risk of hydroplaning to enhance damp traction while special placed sipes provide extra biting edges to increase light snow traction.

The HTR A/S P01 radial’s structure two rigid steel belts reinforced by Jointless Nylon Band technology that uses spirally wound nylon reinforcement to provide longstanding integrity under high speed conditions while it lowers tire weight and provides more uniform ride quality.

All-weather tires provide uniform wheel fit for responsive handling, are good both for sloppy and dry weather. You don’t have to fear possible rain, snow or ice. They are developed for all these conditions. Sumitomo HTR A/S P01 (H&V), Michelin Pilot Exalto A/S, Continental ExtremeContact DWS, and Nokian WR D3 are good variants to choose. You will not be disappointed. All of them have passed weather tests successfully.



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March 14, 2012 admin