With 115 years of heritage and 40 years in motorsports backing up its name, BFGoodrich (under Michelin Philippines) returns to the local tire market with a new product – the Advantage T/A Drive and Advantage T/A SUV. These tires will join the already available off-road BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2.
BFGoodrich is once again demonstrating the innovative cutting edge that makes the company a well-recognised brand in the tire industry with the launch of the new BFGoodrich Advantage T/A® Drive and T/A® SUV tires and the already available off-road BFGoodrich All -Terrain T/A® KO2. These tires are dedicated to make your daily commute and weekend getaways an unconditional pleasure,” said Michelin Philippines Chief Representative Michael Nunag.
The BFGoodrich Advantage T/A range of tires offer proven performance and value, which give drivers confidence in taking any road condition. The Advantage T/A Drive tires are made for sedans, with sizes that ranges from 13 to 17 inches. On the other hand, SUVs will be using the Advantage T/A SUV, from 15 to 18 inches. Both products are suited for urban driving and are designed to offer a smooth ride.
Moreover, the Advantage T/A tires have an enhanced symmetric tread design with rigid tread blocks and shoulder. This is further enhanced with ‘jagged’ grooves, which is claimed to be perfect for handling and control.
For drive control at any weather type, the tires are also designed with large tread blocks with deep wide grooves – for better braking on both wet and dry surfaces.
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