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Sava Tyres

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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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History of the brand Sava

It was almost 90 years ago that the brothers Franc and Peter Sumi, together with Alojz Pirc and Jozko Veber, set up the Atlanta company, trading in rubber goods. Thus was born the predecessor of Sava, today a leading Central European manufacturer of tyres, which following a series of transformations is now part of the Goodyear group. The logo of Sava tyres In 1920, in Kranj, now one of the largest cities in Slovenia (then part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes), a meeting took place between four enterprising businessmen with an idea for a joint undertaking. The brothers Franc and Peter Sumi had previously earned a living through trading, as had Jozko Veber from nearby Zali Log, whereas Alojz Pirc was a qualified engineer. The founding quartet began their joint activity with the distribution of various kinds of rubber materials. A few months later they decided to remodel their business to focus on manufacturing. In 1921 Atlanta changed its name to Vulkan, and shortly afterwards began to produce rubber shoe soles, and in time other products as well, including toys, balls and raincoats. When Vulkan was ten years old, its bosses and founders decided to sell their baby to the Austrian firm Semperit. After that move a new chapter opened in the history of the Slovenian firm. It should be noted that this was just the start of a whole series ... Read more >

Our customer's opinions:
  • Józef 4.4 111150

    Sava Eskimo S3+

    Purchased before the winter season to the car, which uses a wife. It purchased only because in his car - Opel Meriva uses them for the second winter season. To date, both in the car and in my wife were no major problems. They cope well on snow-covered roads as well as slush. Rolling resistance compared to summer are not felt. I did not notice much in fuel consumption compared to the summer season. I would definitely recommend. The tire has a nice appearance, and its price regarding its good performance parameters is small. More >
  • Luqas 4.2 111150

    Sava Eskimo S3+

    Good winter tires, although winter this year was (is) a weak in Gdansk, so much you can not write about them. More >
  • Rafał Nowak 4.2 111150

    Sava Eskimo S3+

    I bought three years ago, set the foundation and balancing. As for me, a great investment. I started a month ago on the fourth season, a little worn out tires, driving 10-12 thousand miles per year. Truly slipped only once - on a slightly przyprószonym snow ice, slid perhaps two meters at a speed of 20 km / h then the brake is released quietly missed standing on the side of the truck. After reaching a 20 cm snow - 2 times back, 2 times to the front and leaving - the tires bite like a tractor. Snow, slush, mud, water excel sensational. The fact that you have to admit - as someone is a moron not the driver is no tires do not help him, because you have to understand what is happening around. More > DRIVING STYLE AND ADJUST TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS. And I like to ride aggressively.
  • Karol Walor 4.3 111150

    Sava Adapto

    I bought encouraged a high position in the Auto Bild tests, but also the fact that it fits very well into my profile. Unlike the majority of the most important parameter for me is the noise level. 70 dB is the limit impassable so Sava grabs his butt and you need to immediately add - it's ok. Light steady noise, no there łuułuuułuuu :) magnificently holds in turns, no problems in the wet (index C). I do not judge durability, I have them too short. I think the Germans quite rightly invested the tire behind the Quatrakiem Vredestein. Another advantage let it be the fact that there is an inscription tyre Made in Poland :) If you do not require a miracle tire and stimulants phase you've More > had it Sava will not disappoint. I would definitely recommend.
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