Dunlop Winter Sport 5
The presented tyre is marked with 3PMSF symbol (Three Peak Mountain Snow Flake). It means that the tyre meets the EU requirements for winter tyres. The symbol is awarded after thorough tests of a tyre model in terms of snow grip.
The Dunlop Winter Sport 5 is the new edition of the Dunlop Winter Sport 4D, which is installed as an original part in the Mercedes C-Class, has received excellent results in professional tyre tests and is very highly rated by drivers.
The owners of sporty passenger cars can breathe a sigh of relief – Dunlop is now offering you something even better than one of the best tyres on the market. Compared with its predecessor, the tyre performs better on ice and offers reduced rolling resistance (10-13% better).
How is this possible? The Dunlop Winter Sport 5 features a more innovative tread pattern, is lighter and is made from the latest generation materials. The effectiveness of all of these elements has been confirmed by numerous tests carried out prior to launching the tyre. It's now time to tell you all about the excellent quality offered by this model.
One of the most important elements of the tyre are the wide grooves that ensure good performance on winter surfaces. Their design allows for rapid and effective dispersal of water, mud and snow from under the tyre surface.
The grip of the winter Dunlop Winter Sport 5 tyre also features numerous blades all over the tread surface. These blades bite into any type of surface, which means that you can feel at ease when driving, accelerating and braking, even in the most difficult winter conditions and at high speeds.
One of the most important features of the Dunlop Winter Sport 5, which is a must for sports car owners, is its lightweight construction. The tyre therefore requires less energy and your car consumes less fuel.
A long time ago, in 1888, John Boyd Dunlop had the idea to create a pneumatic tyre and thus formed the base for the tyre market. That was the beginning of Dunlop's long road in facilitating and improving trips for drivers all over the world. Today, it is one of the most recognised tyre brands worldwide. It is owned by Goodyear, an equally experienced American tyre group.