Tyres Sava

Sava Tyres

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205/55 R16 225/45 R17 195/65 R15 205/60 R16 185/65 R15 Expand the list of sizes Hide the list of sizes
Currently we do not have Sava tyres in our warehouses, but we can offer products from over 100 other tyre manufacturers.

Looking for balanced performance at a reasonable price? Do you drive calmly and cover small distances? If so, Sava tyres are the solution for you.


This is a Slovenian brand of economy tyres specialising in tyres for passenger cars (including SUVs), as well as delivery vans and lorries. Thanks to the continuous expansion of its product line and adapting tyres to the needs of customers, Sava products have been popular for years among drivers around the world.


The enterprise was established in 1920, when entrepreneurs Franc and Peter Sumi, Alojz Pirc and Jozko Veber created the company Atlanta. After a series of transformations within the business, Sava emerged in 1946.


Sava is an affordable solution for those who want to feel safe on the road, regardless of weather conditions, but for whom the price of tyres is important. This brand confirms the theory that inexpensive tyres can still be of a good quality and meet the expectations of drivers with different needs.


Interesting facts:


The name Sava was taken from the river of the same name, which is the largest river after the Danube on the Balkan Peninsula and flows through Slovenia.


The Sava Group holding company currently includes more than 30 companies operating in various industries, including commerce, finance, medicine, energy (Ensa is engaged in the production of energy from renewable sources) and tourism (Sava Hotels Bled manages more than a dozen hotels in Slovenia).


For years, Sava has been one of the most recognisable brands in Slovenia, alongside the household appliances manufacturer Gorenje, skiing equipment manufacturer Elan and pharmaceutical giant Krka.

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Our customers' opinions on Sava tyres:

  • Szaman 4.7

    Sava Eskimo S3+

    These tires have made me realize that I have overpaid my tires so far. I've always been looking for tires with better parameters, and here I am asking. The tires may not be on the label, but two years ago I had Fulda in the same car, I paid 400 zlotys more for a set of tires and they were not any better. There was no snow so I would not drive. They are very good on wet, they are really cool on the dry. I recommend to everyone and do not really look at these labels, they have poor reproduction in life. See more >
  • Paweł 4.1

    Sava Eskimo HP2

    I honestly do not see any disadvantages. On slush, as well as on slippery snow, the car did not skid when overtaking on the national 6 (Slupsk-Lębork route). Once with a sudden turn and avoiding the island it lightly threw my back, and so on these tyres the car probably held on to the road. I recommend. The only drawback is that you know a consumption of winter tyres, some from 1.5-2 liters per 100 km more fuel. See more >
  • Sławku_ 4.0


    Generally, the tire is doing very well this year bought another one set of tires. Used in an average city driving style and route. Tires with very good traction when it comes to driving in the wet in the rain or drive through puddles at the speed really well disperse water and almost perfectly cling to the road. Driving on a dry surface also provides a very good grip even when cornering at higher speeds to feel how the tire grips the road. As far as the average tire noise with the window open and large routes do not mind while driving. What a comfort it uses a BMW e39 in size 205-65 R15 high profile tires significantly affects the comfort suppresses rough roads, and relieves some suspension See more > which results in a larger life. A drawback of this tire in my opinion are quite a lot of rolling resistance resulting in increased fuel consumption, and relatively delicate construction side of the tire which makes it more vulnerable to damage and abrasions curb (one that I burst sometime on uneven curb) Overall for the money I tire recommendable that works well both on dry and wet roads (which for me is a very important parameter) at a higher rolling resistance for this price you can not have everything. To sum up this price tire recommendable.
  • Mike 4.1


    Tires bought in late May and June this year at a promotional price for a set of size 225 / 45R17. I drove for them in this season about 7500 km. (half and half city tour). I have no objection to their grip on dry and wet. The only negative was that after driving about 6,000 km began to appear and steering wheel vibrations at a speed of 120-130 km, which come as acceleration. See more >