TBC Brands Will Introduce 2 Sailun Lines in December

Posted on November 18, 2016

Two new Sailun consumer tire lines will be available domestically from TBC Brands LLC in December. Both are SUV and light truck tires.

The Terramax HLT has a UTQG rating of 600 AB.
The Terramax HLT has a UTQG rating of 600 AB.

1. Terramax HLT. Designed for all-season highway use, the tire will be available in 27 metric and LT sizes ranging from 15 through 20 inches. The fitments include several of the fastest growing original equipment sizes in the light truck market. TBC is backing the HLT with a 50,000-mile limited tread wear warranty.

2. Atrezzo SVR LX+. With this tire, the company is targeting the light truck all-season performance market with 18 H-, V-, and W-rated extra-load sizes ranging from 20 through 24 inches. The SVR LX+ is backed by a 40,000-mile tread wear warranty.

Both the Terramax HLT and the Atrezzo SVR LX+ are also supported by the one-year road hazard coverage that is standard for all Sailun passenger and light truck lines

The Atrezzo SVR LX+ has a UTQG rating of 420 AA.
The Atrezzo SVR LX+ has a UTQG rating of 420 AA.

"TBC Brands is very excited to continue the robust expansion of the Sailun brand with the introduction of these two great new lines targeting the market’s fastest growing segment," says Jon Vance, vice president of product marketing. "Combined with the recent introduction of the Terramax AT 4S all terrain tire, Sailun dealers now have a powerful 'triple-threat' product line-up they can use to drive bottom-line results in the booming light truck market."

For more information on the TBC Brands' range of consumer and commercial products, visit

Related Topics: Jon Vance, Sailun Atrezzo, Sailun Terramax HLT, TBC Brands

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