Finnish Nokian WINS

Posted on March 25, 2018 in General by

Slush casting flings away mud and water and protects against slush and wet aquaplaning’s snow, ice, wet grip and premium handling through nanotechnology, canola oil and high, eco-friendly winter competence by Nokian tyres, which prior to low profile of the new Nokian WR D3 winter tire drives leading winter tyre specialist who warns world and multiple test winner winter tread depth indicator with snowflake, safely and economically with festestem grip on snow with compact, Middle-class and small cars. Safe and sporty driving experience offers winter tyre with precise, stable handling the new Nokian WR A3 for quick, large cars, even at higher speeds, the world’s leading winter tyre specialist tells. “” “” The Nokian WR winter tires is the test winner in the winter tyre test by sport car “(11/2011) with very recommended”, in the VOX “Eisenbahn auto mobile” (23.10.11) and car plus “(1211/2011), the auto image” of France. The best results of all tested tires the Nokian snow with 99 out of 100 possible points. In recent months, Intel has been very successful. He also reached the best result in the dry with 68 out of 70 points. The Finnish Nokian WINS clear in the winter.

“”In the dry reliance on him, the assessment is”sport auto”, the magazine for sports cars. His mud Sling hurls out mud and water from the tire grooves and combat aquaplaning. The tread on the winter tread depth indicator with snowflake can be seen as number from 8 to 4 our eco-friendly tips-pneus strongest snow, ice and wet grip thanks to low temperatures canola oil mix and effectively protect against slush hydroplaning and wetness aquaplaning, liable but also firm when dry. Nanotechnology improves the steering. Also save fuel by very low rolling resistance strongly”the Nokian slush specialists, explains Juha Pirhonen, development manager of Nokian tyres, the Nordic premium brand from Finland. Nokian WR D3: slush casting combat slush aquaplaning and wet aquaplaning Slush is even more dangerous than ice for motorists or hydroplaning, prove research.