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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.

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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 tyresOn the Nokianvirta riverThe 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 advertisement33 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 carsAs far as tyre production is concerned, this started in 1925 when FRW began making bicycle tyres. Previously, it had produced footwear and other rubber products. However, the first car tyre came in 1932 ... Read more >

Opinions of our clients about Nokian tyres:

The opinions about Nokian tyres may help you choose the right model. Check what their clients think about them, who had the opportunity to test their performance on the road, economy and driving comfort.

  • Damian 4.4 111150

    Nokian W

    Tires drove about 8 thousand miles. At the current winter tire exercised very well. Mostly I had good conditions, but it also fell apart snow gave advice to the drive without problems. I decided on the Nokia due to the relatively attractive price compared to the competition, and I have to admit that it was a shot in the 10th Personally, I recommend! More >
  • slawoart 4.2 111150

    Nokian WR

    Great tyres in all conditions, for the price I think it is hard to do better. does not make them appear to be either wet or snowy surface. Inhibited the crash of hundreds on dry - abs joined minimal. Traction is very difficult to break the grip. but the best of their properties can be seen in the snow and slush - even hard cast on the hand back. Noise and normal attrition. Highly recommended also for organic production process. More >
  • Piotr 5.0 11111

    Nokian WR G2

    At the moment, I go for the three winter winter tyres and the life I had in the car better than the Nokian tyres. What a moving car is a Honda civic type r, which now has 260 horses so if the tyres were really weak it is known that the council would not allow. I had a Michelin Alpin A3 and after the first winter I sold because I was not pleased with them. Unfortunately, the snow tyres were strong, average, well-exercised only on the asphalt, and that very often I go to the mountains in the winter is also very good tyres needed and to my surprise, Nokian, which cost half of what turned out to be a sensational Michelin tyre. Highly recommended. More >
  • Chris 4.6 111150

    Nokian W+

    I had not heard at all about Nokian W+ as I would rather associate them with mobile phones than with tires. It was not until a friend recommended the tyre to me, and today it is the third set of winter tires from Nokian brand. I've tried different brands, but the first time I bought them, I can not imagine driving in winter on other tires. Nokian W+ stick to the icy surface very well, it seems to be sticking to it. Prise to quality ratio is sensational! They are very quiet and well suppress inequality. Very little is worn down, even in the summer! On one set I once drove three winter seasons plus one year! Really recommended! More >
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