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Kormoran Tyres

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The Kormoran brand has been well known to drivers for many years. It is associated in particular with reliability and reasonable prices, falling with the economy category. The history of Kormoran tyres is associated with Stomil Olsztyn plants and their takeover by the French company Michelin. The brand naturally continues the tradition of the Olsztyn Car Tyre Plant, which was launched in 1961, with production beginning six years later.

This Polish factory became famous for producing Poland's first radial tyres for vans and lorries in 1973. It continued its operations for some time, being privatised in 1992 and later taken over by Michelin in 1995.

As a brand, Kormoran was established through the initiative of the new owner, and was very quickly accepted by customers due to its modern design and good prices. The Kormoran tyre product line contains tyres for passenger cars (including SUVs), light delivery vans and lorries. This includes a range of summer tyres and winter tyres.

Interesting facts:

Kormoran could have been called Cavalier, Medalist, Amplor or Warrior, which were all names considered by the heads of Michelin when they brought their brand to Poland. In the end, they decided to use something that sounded less exotic to the Polish ear.

The brand's name and logo (the cormorant bird) hark back to the tradition of Stomil and the natural landscape of Warmia and Masuria.

The Olsztyn factory has already produced more than 100 million tyres. As a major producer of Kormoran tyres, it is one of the biggest Michelin plants and the largest tyre factory in Poland.

More than 5 million Kormoran tyres have been sold since 2005. The brand has more than 2,400 points of sale in Europe. Alongside the United Kingdom, it is a known and renowned European brand present in countries such as Poland, Russia, Croatia, Bosnia, Macedonia, Hungary and Romania.

In 2000, Kormoran’s first directional tread tyre was presented.

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Our Customers Tyre Reviews:
  • Journeyman 4.3 111150

    Kormoran GAMMA B2

    A good tyre - a soft tyre with a tread looks a bit like Christmas tree - ideal for those who brake using engine! When I read the reviews of some drivers who claim that after 15-20 thousand km 3-4mm tread war worno off, I suggest to change the driving technique (unless such opinions are placed by the competition). Personally, I traveled on these tyres for 2 seasons 186,000 km and I was sooooo happy with them, which is why I BOUGHT THESE tyreS AGAIN despite the fact that I drive dynamically and quickly - on some German Highways even up to 230km / h. For those who use up their tyres too much quickly, I suggest training on a driving simulator, eg GT6 with the tyre wear option enabled :-) More >
  • Sławek 4.2 111150

    Kormoran IMPULSER

    Tyres chosen because of its low price (it was cheaper). A very nice surprise me the noise is normal, running strongly about, wet nawierznia does the problem (despite the fact that they are designed more for small cars). I think that when I choose again next purchase cormorant, many theoretically better and more expensive brands of exercise worse. I highly recommend More >
  • Jasiu M 4.7 111150

    Kormoran IMPULSER B2

    Tires good quality, easy to balance, quiet, well "hold" on dry and wet roads. during my ride never broke traction, good suppress inequality. There is no need to overpay and buy tires Western companies. When you purchase the manufacturer suggested. I once had Cormorants winter and it was the best winter tires on which I rode. Purchase this summer Cormorants was also hit. More >
  • Jarek 4.3 111150

    Kormoran RUNPRO B

    For Cormorants switched to Michelin Energy tyres and I'm very pleasantly surprised. I was expecting much worse parameters, such as noise, rolling resistance and traction, the more that describe my driving style as quite aggressive. However, I must say that these tyres are practically do not differ from the much more expensive predecessors. More >
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