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TBC offers rebate on Sumitomo HTR Enhance

Posted on August 28, 2014

TBC Corp. reports consumers who purchase a set of four Sumitomo HTR Enhance performance touring tires between September 1 and October 17 will have the opportunity to receive a $50 VISA prepaid gift card as part of the “Enhance your Drive, Enhance your Savings” mail-in rebate promotion.

The HTR Enhance, released in April, features TBC Brands' “Confidence Enhanced” best-in-class warranty package, which includes extended mileage tread wear coverage, along with a free 45-day test drive, two-year roadside assistance coverage, and one-year road hazard protection coverage.

Featuring 60 T-, H-, V- and W-rated sizes in 15- through 18-inch rim diameters, the HTR  Enhance is engineered to align with both the sophisticated performance capabilities of later model vehicles and the increased consumer preference for tires that offer an optimum blend of extended tread life, agile handling, all-season traction capability and refined ride comfort, the company says.

Additionally, the HTR Enhance size lineup is tuned for specific vehicle applications and fitments with the Enhance L/X designed for passenger car use and the Enhance C/X manufactured with the performance and durability requirements of crossovers and SUVs.

“The Enhance is the perfect choice for drivers looking for top-tier quality and technology, precision performance, and warranty protection at a price that offers an exceptional value,” says Jon Vance, senior director of product marketing, TBC Brands. “With this rebate offer, we are very pleased to offer consumers this opportunity to save on their purchase and experience the value of the HTR Enhance for even less.”

For more information, see www.sumitomotire.com

Related Topics: rebates, Sumitomo HTR Enhance, TBC Brands, TBC Corp.

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