Commercial Tires

Toyo Introduces 2 Nanoenergy Wide-Base Tires

Posted on August 7, 2018
The Toyo Nanoenergy M175 trailer tire has a 13/32-inch tread depth.
The Toyo Nanoenergy M175 trailer tire has a 13/32-inch tread depth.

The latest wide-base tires from Toyo Tire U.S.A. Corp. were designed with new low rolling-resistant tread compounds and are SmartWay verified.

Launched under the Toyo Nanoenergy line are the M675 long haul drive tire and the M175 long haul trailer tire. They feature proprietary Nano Balance Technology, which contributes to more precisely arranged molecules in the tread compound of the tire. The result is "a low rolling-resistant tread compound that minimizes fuel consumption while improving grip, especially in wet conditions," says Toyo.

* The M675 drive tire has a six-groove design and 24/32-inch tread depth.

* The M175 has seven-groove design and a 13/32-inch tread depth.

These two wide-base tires also incorporate Toyo Tires’ e-balance technology, which minimizes service growth of the tread profile. The result is a reduction in irregular wear and an increase in overall longevity.

"Fleets are looking to improve fuel efficiency without giving up original tread life," says Mike Graber, director of commercial tire sales. "The M175 and M675 from Toyo Tires provide both. The result is a lower cost per mile and an improved bottom line for our customers."

To learn more about the new Nanoenergy wide-base tires, visit For more on the company and its products, check out Toyo on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.

Related Topics: low rolling resistance, Mike Graber, tire technology, Toyo Tires, truck tires, wide-base tires

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