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Try Nexen Roadian MTX Extreme Off-Road Tires for Free Beginning Jan. 1

Posted on December 17, 2018
Off-road enthusiasts can begin the New Year with a free trial of Nexen’s mud-terrain tire, the Roadian MTX, as part of a promotion that begins on Jan. 1, 2019. 
Off-road enthusiasts can begin the New Year with a free trial of Nexen’s mud-terrain tire, the Roadian MTX, as part of a promotion that begins on Jan. 1, 2019. 

Nexen Tire America Inc. is offering a free 45-day or 500-mile trial period on its Roadian MTX Extreme Off-Road tire starting Jan. 1, 2019.

The offer is applicable to all tires currently in stock at any wholesale or retail location. Nexen will require the end user to provide a verified mileage reading at the time of purchase, as well as proof of purchase, to take full advantage of this free trial promotion.

The promotion also allows for end users to exchange the MTX tires for another set of Nexen tires any time before the end of the trial period. If exchanged for a lower-cost Nexen tire, a refund for the difference will be offered.

This Roadian MTX free trial offer is subject to terms and conditions found in the 2019 Replacement Market Warranty, which can be found on Nexen Tires’ website under the resources tab.

Nexen says it is “extremely confident that people who purchase a set of Roadian MTX Extreme Off-Road tires will find out how well the tires perform in extreme conditions, as well as in regular driving situations.The MTX represents years of research and development which has resulted in one of the best mud-terrain tires in the world.”

Nexen Roadian MTX on SEMA 2018 Builds

To help showcase the Roadian MTX, Nexen partnered with several companies in 2018 to highlight the tire’s success and growth in the off-road community. The company has positioned the tire on many projects this year – including several high-profile SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) 2018 builds. Nexen says these partnerships have helped reach a broad audience to raise awareness for the brand’s first-ever mud terrain off-road tire. After only one year of availability, the Roadian MTX Extreme Off-Road tire has quickly become a top-tier choice for modern off-road enthusiasts, according to the company.

Nexen says several features have made the Roadian MTX Extreme Off-Road tire a front-runner for off-road enthusiasts. These featurs include:

  • aggressive design allows for on- and off-road versatility, no matter the terrain;
  • dual-sidewall design allows for a customized appearance;
  • standard 3-ply design and load range f weight rating makes the roadian mtx favorable for towing;
  • max 80 psi to support high-load condition;
  • tread-block design helps to eliminate noise, harshness and vibration (nhv) transferred into the cabin – creating a quieter, more comfortable experience for the end user;
  • exceptional low-air qualities for maximum performance in off-road and mud terrain environment; and
  • available in more than 35 sizes.

“The Roadian MTX Extreme Off-Road tire has been an incredible addition to our tire lineup, and its popularity has grown significantly since its launch at the 2017 SEMA Show. This new promotion demonstrates our confidence in the Roadian MTX, and we think our customers will immediately see the quality engineered into this tire,” says Kyle Roberts, senior director of marketing.

“In just one year, some of the top customizers and builders have chosen Roadian MTX tires for their builds which has really taken our tire to an all new level. We are proud to stand behind our product and this offer firmly communicates that to our customers.”

For more information, visit the Roadian MTX page on the Nexen website.

Related Topics: consumer promotions, consumer tires, mud terrain tires, Nexen Roadian MTX, passenger tires

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