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Toyo Tyres

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3.9
based on 2055 reviews
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Toyo is an answer to the needs of drivers who expect excellent performance from their tyres and safe driving, regardless of the weather. Although Toyo is the youngest of the major Japanese brands, it quickly gained recognition beyond Japan and has gained the trust of users over the world.

These tyres don’t only offer superior performance, but also safety in all conditions. Irrespective of whether you are commuting to work or going on a long holiday tour with your family, Toyo won't let you down.

This Japanese company's product line includes tyres for passenger cars, lorries and delivery vans, which are valued not only by drivers, but also by specialists at magazines and automotive organisations that perform seasonal tests. If you value safety the most, but at the same time don't want to resign from dynamic driving, regardless of the type of surface and weather, Toyo will meet your expectations.


Interesting facts:

Toyo was founded on the basis of Hirano Rubber Manufacturing, which was established in 1943.

The exact name of the company is Toyo Gomu Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha. "Gomu Kogyo" means "tyre company", while "Kabushiki Kaisha" means "joint stock company".

In addition to tyres, Toyo factories also produce rubber products for industry, rubber car parts, components for car seats and sports articles.

This brand became very popular among drivers thanks to its Proxes series, made popular in part thanks to the film "The Fast and the Furious".

The Toyo Tire & Rubber Company comprises well over a dozen branches located all over the world, including the USA, China, Canada, Russia, Great Britain, the Netherlands and Italy.

History of the brand Toyo

We should begin by deciphering the name cited above, part by part. Toyo is the company’s proper name, and Gomu Kogyo translates more or less as “tyre firm”. Kabushiki kaisha is the equivalent of a public limited company in Japanese law. It should be noted that although Toyo is the youngest of Japan’s major tyre manufacturers, it was the first to be listed on the stock exchange, ahead of older and better-known rivals such as Bridgestone and Yokohama. Toyo made its début on the Osaka exchange as early as May 1949, and six years later also gained a listing on Japan’s largest and best-known stock exchange in Tokyo. By comparison, when the firm began trading on the Nagoya floor in 1961, Bridgestone had only just appeared on the Tokyo exchange. But let’s take it step by step. Toyo brand logo 60 years in Osaka The story of the Toyo brand begins with the creation in December 1943 of Hirano Rubber Manufacturing Inc. Just over a year later it was transformed into the Toyo Tire & Rubber Company (of which the original Japanese name can be admired above). The company’s founder was Rikimatsu Tomihisa, one of the most important figures in Toyo’s history, who had the idea of floating the company on the stock exchange in the early period of its existence. Its headquarters were in Osaka, where they remain today. On the periphery of that metropolis, in Itami, ... Read more >

Our customer's opinions:
  • OldStanley 4.2

    Toyo Proxes T1-R

    I purchased the Toyo Proxes T1-R tyres because they have been recommended to me by my firend and I do not regret my decision. My driving style is rather smooth and careful. I do not have to prove anything on the road. I noticed an increase of fuel consumption after a montage (it increased from 4,9 to 5,2l – computer indication). Sometimes the tyres are louder but I think it depends on a type of a surface. I had a dangerous situation on the road. I was driving at high speed on a corner and I thought I will wipe out but, fortunately, the Toyo Proxes T1-R helped me to stay on the road. After this terrifying moment I have decided not to repeat my irresponsible behaviour. Although I have changed More > my driving habits I feel much safer on the road because I know that I have best quality tyres. The only thing that could be better is the price. Lastly, these tyres look astonishingly good in my Audi A3.
  • Gryzzly 4.2

    Toyo PX4

    I am writing this review because I drove them around 50kkm and ended up his life, so I can say about the whole operation. Tyre sensational "sticks" to the asphalt to dry, in the wet is not bad, but noticeably worse. The snow ice - generally not used in winter. During operation, the problems and prefer a fairly sporty driving mode (200HP car) At the end of life - a marker of less than 1 mm to tread, the tyre pretty much loses the qualities of adhesion when accelerating and cornering - you have to be careful, because in relation to the new values ​​fall noticeably and can be unpleasantly surprised. Overall, highly recommended tyre (previously I was using the same Pirelli PZero Rosso More > car of the same size and it was a misunderstanding in relation to the TOYO) Next choice: the same tyre!
  • DBX 3.9

    Toyo Proxes T1-R

    Longer uses these tires for 11 years, I never failed, so the water is not particularly love, but to a reasonable speed even on wet roads give a sense of security. Radically changes the case when it is dry, very well keep in dry conditions which must of course be paid for with higher rolling resistance than the competition (not easy to break traction - I'm not saying you can not) so the faster tread wear. And yet in the last set I made 70 thousand. miles. They are quite noisy and if the vehicle is not particularly noise-dampened example. Older vehicles that noise can be annoying. Of course, everything is a compromise as in life. However, I recommend them, but supposedly after so many More > years no longer manufactured and on the market are the last items.
  • P D 4.0

    Toyo Proxes CF2

    I used the tyres for several autumn months. They are characterized by a very good grip on a dry road. As I do not drive aggressively and I use the car mostly in the city, I won't tell my impressions with several hundred kilometers of continuous driving. When it comes to the city, they are perfectly fine. As for the wet surface, there were moments when they lost a little grip when trying to start quickly from the lights. The tyres are quite hard, which just suits me. When it comes to noise, you can not say that they are louder than the competitive brands, but they are not particularly quiet either. After those few thousand kilometers, I did not notice any wear to the rubber. I also like the More > looks of the tread pattern.
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