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Nokian Tyres

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Nokian means safe driving and excellent performance in even the most difficult weather conditions. It was the company that launched the first ever winter tyre (Nokian Kelirengas) characterised by a thick-ribbed profile in 1934. Nokian winter tyres are famous all over the world due to their resistance to extremely low temperatures. Of course, they also produce a range of summer tyres and all-season tyres.

If you expect safety from your tyres and don't want to be limited by weather conditions, Nokian is the perfect solution for you. The company is renowned for its implementation and promotion of environmentally-friendly solutions so, if you care about the environment, Nokian is a great choice. Not only will you limit your consumption and emissions of harmful gases into the atmosphere, but you will also spend less on fuel.

Due to Finland's unique landscape and weather conditions, the company naturally conquered the market for specialised, industrial and forest tyres. The Nokian represents excellent durability and resistance to damage and wear. These are tyres you feel confident with, regardless of the surface type and condition, during everyday driving in the city and beyond.

Interesting facts:

Nokian has its own testing centre in Ivalo in Lapland, north of the Arctic Circle. It is the northernmost centre for testing tyres under winter conditions.

It's no accident that Nokian sounds similar to the name of the famous Finnish company Nokia. Both brands initially belonged to one company, from which Nokian split to form an independent company.

Nokian's head office is located in the small Finnish town of Nokia on the Nokianvirta River.

These tyres are manufactured not only in Finland, but also in Russia. The factory in St. Petersburg is one of the world's most modern tyre-producing factories.

History of the brand Nokian

Today, Nokian tyres are a popular choice for surviving snow and other rough driving surfaces. It should come as no surprise, then, to learn that the company has its origins in the colder climate of Scandinavia. The logo of Nokian tyres On the Nokianvirta river The firm’s beginnings start during the second half of the nineteenth century, in Tampere (south-west Finland. Here, in 1865, mining engineer Knut Fredrik Idestam set up a small timer mill. In time, he moved his business to the small town of Nokia on the Nokianvirta river. This was the first of the three companies that would later combine to form the Nokia Corporation. The town’s name also provided the name of the firm - Nokia Wood Mills - although it should be noted that the Finnish word nokia also means a forest weasel. An early Nokian tyres advertisement 33 years later, in 1989, the Finnish Rubber Works (Suomen Gummitehdas Oy) was founded. In 1904, the first FRW factory built in Nokia came into operation. FRW soon took over Nokia Wood Mills and, in 1967, both firms merged with the Finnish Cable Works, which had been founded in 1912. From this merger, the Nokia Corporation was born. First bicycles, then cars As far as tyre production is concerned, this started in 1925 when FRW began making bicycle tyres. Previously, it had produced footwear and other ... Read more >

Our customer's opinions:
  • Wojtek 5.0

    Nokian WR D4

    Tires are very quiet, and in addition their "softness" absorbs bumps in the road. When the first snow fell a bit of a potestowałem them in a remote instance. I was gaining speed to 50km / h and braking as if I had an obstacle in front of you. I was surprised by the effectiveness of these tires, so I normally inhibited on dry asphalt. Another time, when the morning was ice on the housing estate road to beat the hill (where the cars always slide) without any effort. I would recommend to anyone these tires. More >
  • viggen 4.5

    Nokian WR A3

    My car has 260HP and a big moment. I needed a tire that will give me a good performance even in the winter. I'm not talking about racing, but in emergency situations, so that I can rely on them. I found it. When starting and braking does the job, even on icy roads. Unfortunately, after driving 7tys miles I have spent 1.5mm tread - but something for something. Some people write about the noise of the tire. It is loud but the car segment D I did not hear anything. It may well sound-proofed cabin? Suppression of inequality also can not evaluate well because the car has hardened suspension and assessment will be unreliable. I bought this tire because of the good value for money. Tires More > Dunlop / Pirelli / Goodyear are overrated. Paying attention to whether the tire is produced in Russia or Finland-for mnei it mattered.
  • AceLevy 4.9

    Nokian WR D4

    It is true that I do not have Nokian WR D4 for long, but I managed to do 1500 miles already. I tested it both out and in the city, because I traveled a lot lately. On a dry surface they behave really well. For wet (and a lot of rain recently) I was very pleasantly surprised, because I did not feel much of a difference. But most surprised me is how the tires allow you to correct mistakes on the slippery surface whether it's snow or soft ice. I have repeatedly made the mistake of giving too much gas while cornering (at this point it's probably just the spikes would have helped), the car began to fly, but after rapid correction of gas and counterattacks on wheels - Nokian WR D4 More > immediately caught traction again. Really highly recommended Nokian - I will recommend them to my faily and friends.
  • WaspEater 4.7

    Nokian WR A3

    I am very impressed of how good my new Nokian WR A3 actually are. What impressed me the most was the noise level, it is as low as with summer tyres. I can barerly hear the noise generated by rolling resistance. I think that the rolling resitance has to be relatively low on those Nokian WR A3 as I couldn't believe that they are performing that well and generating small amount of noise. I have previously used a lot of tyres: Pirelli, Goodyear, Frigo2, Michelin, but my Nokian WR A3 seems to beat those tyres pretty heavily. I can also say that the snow grip is very good. My last tyres were Michelin Alpin and they were not even able to move off without skidding. I have to get back to that low More > noise level which I think in my Nokian WR A3 seems to be much silent than in many summer tyres.
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