2.3 meters shorter braking distance on wet roads1 and 3.8 meters shorter on dry roads2
New 2.0 rubber compound and tread sipe design enhance safety
Optimized tread pattern design combined with grip-enhancing new 2.0 rubber compound
and technologies absorb road imperfections for a smoother ride.
1. The test was carried by CATARC on 11th Apr. 2015, compared to leading competitors. Vehicle: Honda CR-V 2.0 VVT. Tyre size 225/65R17. Speed: 80 km/h to 20Km/h. Tyre pressure: 210 kPa.
2. The test was carried by CATARC on 11th Apr. 2015, compared to leading competitors. Vehicle: Honda CR-V 2.0 VVT. Tyre size 225/65R17. Speed: 100 km/h to 0Km/h. Tyre pressure: 210 kPa.
3. The test was carried by CATARC on 11th Apr. 2015, compared to MICHELIN Primacy SUV premium leading competitor. Vehicle: Honda CR-V 2.0 VVT. Tyre size 225/65R17. Tyre pressure: 210 kPa.
Using 2.0 technology, the tread adapts to the shape of the road for better connection and grip.
2.0 and the chamfered tread block edge prevent the block from distorting and losing contact pressure, ensuring maximum rubber contact with the road when it is nedded most.
Flexible tread compound cushions vibrations.
technology uses self-locking blocks inside the small grooves (slpes) to minimise tread block deformation and improve handling. At the same time, these small grooves cut through water on wet surfaces.
• Keeps the ride smooth, steady and comfortable.
• Cushions vibrations when the tread blocks contact the road, using 2.0 compounds.
• Absorbs bumps in the road using the shock absorbent sidewall and supple tread.
• Using greater variation in the size and position of the tread blocks, the noise is spread across a wider frequency range, making no peaks in noise level, thereby offering a more peaceful ride.
Different block lengths are illustrated by different colours in the picture.