Goodyear Efficientgrip Performance 195/55 R16 87 W RUN ON FLAT MFS, *
Technical description: The Goodyear Efficientgrip Performance is part of the Goodyear Efficientgrip range, a range that has proved popular with drivers.
The Goodyear Efficientgrip Performance has been given an "A" rating for grip on wet roads. Compared with other tyres, the model offers 2 metres (8%) shorter braking distances on wet roads and 3% shorter braking distances on dry surfaces. It also guarantees 18% lower fuel consumption.
Short braking distances. Thanks to its special ActiveBraking technology, the tyre is noted for its larger contact area with the ground, resulting in much shorter braking distances compared with tyres from rival brands. Specifically, the tyre offers 8% (2 metres) shorter braking distances on wet roads and 3% shorter braking distances on dry roads.
Grip on wet roads. The asymmetric tread pattern with wide longitudinal grooves and transverse grooves ensures optimal performance on wet surfaces. High specifications in this category are confirmed by the labels on most tyre sizes.
Tyre noise is also minimised. Tests carried out for labelling purposes found that the tyre's results were among the best out of all tyres with the same dimensions as the Goodyear Efficientgrip Performance.
Savings. Excellent driveability does not prevent the tyre from also being cost effective. This is all thanks to its WearControl technology, which ensures an effective distribution of the individual tread elements, as well as excellent performance on wet surfaces and reduced rolling resistance.
In order to make the tyre more cost-effective, the manufacturer opted for a special rubber compound which, compared with other materials, uses less energy, which in turn reduces the car's fuel consumption. This technology makes the Goodyear Efficientgrip Performance the ideal choice for drivers looking for high performance specifications, driver comfort and steering precision
Information about the manufacturer: Goodyear is one of the largest tyre manufacturers in the world. It is currently the second largest tyre company in Europe and the fourth largest worldwide in terms of sales. The company's headquarters are in Akron, USA. As well as tyres, the group also produces chemicals and other rubber products. The company has 52 factories around the world and employs almost 70,000 people. The group owns brands including: Dębica, Dunlop, Fulda and Sava.