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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 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 >

Opinions of our clients about Nokian tyres:
  • Robert 4.7 111150

    Nokian H

    In general, the safety can not complain but would not recommend personally and not buy again for the noise they appeared after wyząbkowaniu. Sorry but wyząbkowały. Limbo model, winter tires can sensational from the same manufacturer, without any problems and these. Well, wyząbkowały and what later happened in the cabin of a massacre. I sold the car and the first thing a visitor from commission called and asked whether the bearing was OK with me, I praised what to do to the merchant took the car with a kiss on the hand. More >
  • Marcin 4.2 111150

    Nokian i3

    tyres ride in the VW Polo, so far have not traveled a great amount of km, but the exercise very well. Quiet, well stick to the road on wet and dry. Tempted good opinions I bought them and I do not regret. Yes Polo is just a small toy car call a weak engine, but if the tires will prove lasting is changing more Focus also will make a Nokia. More >
  • mazi 4.4 111150

    Nokian NRE

    For two seasons was using Nokia revelation Zero aquaplaning excellent handling in corners, traction on the asphalt in the acute inhibition of a flawless ride feel sorry for me, however, discharge the amount of water that so many do not see anything. Nokia bought in the winter + 3 thousand km in the mountains without chains in severe and variable weather conditions have passed the exam for 5 + i3 now wants to buy in the summer they could do a promotion within the limits of £ 170 per item! greetings! More >
  • Rafal 4.2 111150

    Nokian NRHi

    I bought these tyres a year ago following the huge number of positive comments. After a year of riding and driving about 20.000 km I have to admit that the tyre is a real revelation. Quiet like a dream. Driving on wet roads completely safe - you never fell into aquaplaning but sometimes puddles were deep and even the lowest speed is not :-) For economic reasons also drove them in the winter - and exercise quite przyzwojcie, if man is not crazy. The only drawback is their attrition. After taking a 20.000 km I see that while back (and this despite the wielowachaczowego suspension) is still cool, the front has barely holding up. Was up 3 mm and you can see that the tyre is terribly More > poząbkowana. It's probably the effect of braking several times. It seems, therefore, that these are tyres rather than one year driving for longer.
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