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Barum Tyres

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3.4
based on 5850 reviews
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Barum is a popular economy tyre brand. If you use your car for short journeys, mainly as a city driver and prefer a quiet driving style, Barum is the best solution for you.

The brand was founded in 1945, following the merger of three large tyre companies in Czechoslovakia. For over 20 years, the company has been part of the Continental group, and their main plant, located in Otrokovice, is one of the most modern tyre factories in Europe.

If you want your tyres for everyday driving to offer balanced performance on all surfaces, safety and comfort of driving, Barum products are right for you. This is a cost-effective solution not only because of the attractive purchase price. These tyres are characterised by low rolling resistance, which translates into lower fuel consumption and, therefore, more savings in your pocket.

Barum tyres were designed for Central European weather conditions, so you will arrive quickly at your destination regardless of the weather. The company manufactures tyres for passenger cars and lorries, in both summer tyre and winter tyre variants.

By using innovative production methods and a continuously expanding product line, Barum tyres have won the trust of drivers around the world.

Interesting facts:

Since 1983, Barum has acted as patron for the rally of the same name. The competition, which takes place in the Zlín area of the Czech Republic, is one of the elimination stages of the European Championship.

Tyres from this Czech brand are used by customers throughout Europe, including the United Kingdom. Each year, Barum plants release as many as 18 million tyres.

The name Barum is formed from the first letters of the names of the companies whose merger gave rise to the new brand — Bata, Rubena and Mitas.

History of the brand Barum

Today Barum tyres are well known car tyre products, but their origins lie in three different Czech firms: the Bata, Mitas and Rubena tyres companies. In fact, it is from these three names that the name of “Barum” is derived from. The Barum Tyres Logo The Bata brothers, founders of one of the most well-known footwear brands in the world, began their business adventure in a very modest fashion. Before the First World War, the brothers only employed three people. However, the onset of the war changed this and the company continued to become more successful - this included the mass production of rubber-soled shoes in 1924. This date is considered a significant point in the history of Bata, as well as the wider Barum corporation. This success caused Bata to become more experienced with a rapidly growing rubber industry. This lead to a decision that the road transport industry would prove quicker, easier and cheaper to expand into than the rail industry and Bata subsequently started its own car fleet to help its own operations. By 1931, the firm was producing its own bicycle tyres and, just three years later, the first car tyres were produced in 1934. Due to a rapidly growing motor industry, it made clear sense to invest even further into tyre production. One of Barum tyre’s more modern buildings. Barum Tyres: a fusion of ... Read more >

Our customer's opinions:
  • Benek 4.8

    Barum Polaris 3

    Tires operate a 1 season because I did not rate the durability and tire failure generally appreciate very good lateral driving on slush are quieter than summer tires Continental 205 / 50R17 recommend OPONEO. More >
  • Ola 4.4

    Barum BRAVURIS 2

    Tires are outstanding. I wrote a poem about them in Germany asked me -kupiłam Barum Warum? I answered him politely: This is simply safe! Car holds the road, softly enter into turns, and when wet on the highway Passat is like a pinned! More >
  • Ańćka 4.7

    Barum Polaris 3

    Very good grip on wet, slippery and snow. On a dry well stick to the surface but cornering squeak. Very soft rubber, quickly wear off. More >
  • GnD 4.4

    Barum Bravuris 3HM

    I was looking for economical tires. I did not need to aggressive driving tires that meet the exacting standards and on the track. No normal use tires are very good. Before buying was suggested to me that the tires are low on wet and are quite soft. What's the first I just can not agree. In normal use the tires behave really well. As for the softness of the tire, are actually quite soft. This translates to comfort but also falling into a big hole you can rummage tire - as happened to me in August. But the hole was really large and I had no where to run. Please still remember with this profile 45. For my part, the tires are really good quality as for this amount. The second issue is the More > crop tires cheaper to buy new than used 5 or even older with the 200 PLN / pc
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