Goodyear recently launched 4 new tires to fit the needs of SUV owners. Each has its own characteristic to make your drive pleasurable and deliver optimum performance on and/or off the road.
The EfficientGrip Performance SUV tires, which is mainly built for city-dwellers, boast its QuietTread technology that’s designed to lessen road noise. Also, it’s FlexContact features a layer of shock-absorbing cushion that helps deliver a more comfortable ride, without compromising wet surface grip and braking performance.
The Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure is a tire that has a 50% off-road and on-road application. This is perfect for SUV owners who love taking on challenging unpaved roads on weekends but still need to drive their vehicles on a daily basis. It’s reinforced with DuPont Kevlar, the same material found in bulletproof vests, to provide the toughness needed for rough terrain while still being practical for daily usage.
Meanwhile, the Wrangler Duratrac has a 70% off-road and 30% on-road application. It’s recommended for SUV owners who love to go on long off-road trails as its TractiveGroove technology has a unique tread block design and rim protector offers enhanced traction in mud.
On the other hand, the Wrangler MT/R is perfect for those who take their SUVs on the harshest terrains or spend most of their time outside the city for extreme off-road adventures. The tire is built to withstand cuts and punctures from sharp objects with the help of a 3-ply sidewall made out of DuPont Kevlar.
The EfficientGrip Performance SUV, Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure, Wrangler Duratrac, and Wrangler MT/R are now available at Goodyear Autocar outlets with a 0% interest easy ownership installment plan. All 4 tire types will come with the brand’s 5-year limited warranty and worry-free assurance that includes emergency roadside assistance and personal accident insurance.
Moreover, those who will purchase the EfficientGrip Performance SUV will be happy to know that it will come with a 1-year road hazard protection — free tire replacement when the tire gets damaged beyond repair.
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