Continental VanContact Eco features
Type: Summer tyre
Class: Premium—maximum performance provided by the highest quality and latest technology.
Intended use: Commercial vehicles, light trucks and vans
Sizes: From 15 to 16 inches
Commercial vehicles require tyres for special tasks. They must cope with high loads and be durable, reliable and economical, and this is the precise description of the VanContact manufactured by Continental, the highest quality premium tyres that will be your companion on everyday journeys!
If you are looking for balanced performance and suitability for high loads, this model from the German manufacturer will meet all your needs. Its specially designed tread is optimised for heavy loads. The system of tread blocks efficiently distributes the weight along the entire axis, protecting individual components against overloading.
The adequate distribution of the pressure balances and stabilises the contact surface of the tyre, protecting it against deformation that may affect its integrity. The excellent balance between performance and safety ensures that this model is good for short trips and long demanding journeys.
The rubber blend specially designed for vans ensures not only high durability and mechanical resistance, but also reduced rolling resistance. In the case of heavily loaded vehicles, each reduction of rolling resistance causes a clear decrease in fuel consumption and in carbon dioxide emissions.
Choose Continental VanContact Eco for your van, if you expect a tyre, which …
... remains durable throughout its service life
... is safe on any road type and in all conditions
... is reliable even with heavy loads and frequent use
Manufacturer Info: Continental is a German brand of premium tyres, which is well known by most drivers. It is one of the biggest players on the tyre market, which provides products that have become a benchmark of quality. The company supplies its products as original equipment for brands like BMW, Porsche, Ford or GM. It was founded in 1871, initially as a manufacturer of tyres for carts and bicycles. It was also involved in the production of balls, toys and shoes. The company was the first in the world to carry out professional tests of winter tyres in 1953. Today, it is one of the largest producers and distributors of tyres in the world, which owns many other brands, such as Uniroyal and Barum.