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Cooper Tyres

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205/80 R16 195/70 R15 235/70 R16 255/55 R19 265/60 R18 Expand the list of sizes Hide the list of sizes

In our offer, we have 4 Cooper tyre models
priced from £78 to £181.

Cooper Car tyres

Cooper CS7
From 78 £ pc.

Cooper 4x4 tyres

Cooper Discoverer A/T3 Sport 2

1 review

From 117 £ pc.
Cooper Discoverer ATT
From 169 £ pc.

Cooper Van tyres

Cooper Evolution Van
From 83 £ pc.

Best value for money, optimum performance and safety on all surfaces — Cooper tyres will guarantee you all of that. This American brand, specialising in the middle market segment, is the second largest independent tyre manufacturer in the USA. With over a century of experience in manufacturing rubber, this company's tyres are characterised by excellent performance and meet the expectations of a wide group of recipients.

Good performance comes hand in hand with an attractive price, thanks to which Cooper tyres are friendly to the average driver's pocket. If you want to enjoy a safe and comfortable ride, while at the same time not overpaying for a known brand, these summer tyres, winter tyres and all-season tyres are ideal for you.

"High-quality product, honest profit and good business": This has been Cooper's credo for as long as the company has existed. By applying this belief, the company guaranteed itself success in the first years of its activity, resulting in intensive development in various US states. Today, Cooper has more than 60 outlets worldwide and employs approximately 20,000 people.

Interesting facts:

After the USA entered the Second World War, the company became involved in army activities and started producing tyres for military vehicles, as well as life jackets and dinghies.

The history of the Cooper brand dates back to 1914. That year, two businessmen, John F. Schaefer and Claude E. Hart, bought the M & M Manufacturing Company, which produced repair materials for tyres.

In the 1980s, intensive development led Cooper to commit itself to the replacement tyre market (at that time, it was already approximately three times more profitable than the original equipment market).

Cooper was founded in Akron, Ohio — America's tyre valley. In the first decades of the 20th century, the city had 140 tyre companies.

For a long time, Cooper was not strongly represented outside the USA. This only changed in 1997 with its acquisition of the British company Avon Rubber.

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Our customers' opinions on Cooper tyres:

  • CEUOTC 4.0

    Cooper Discoverer All Season

    I needed a decent set of all-season tires during the current climate, after traveling 550 miles of which 200 was through snow, my previous tires proved woeful. These have proven their worth, again traveling down from the north of Scotland via snow-covered roads, these tires proved reliable and maintained grip (with my driving style). These also give confidence in wet road conditions also. I expect them to perform well in the warmer weather also. Highly recommended and match my driving style. See more >
  • Alek 3.8

    Cooper Cobra Radial G/T

    The tyres were already on the car when it was purchased. In one case the tyre blew out at 120 km/h. In the other case, the tyre cord got exposed due to heavy braking. However, I do not know how they were used by the previous owner. The rating I gave is for 2 new tyres that I had to buy. Overall, I have no complaints about them. See more >