Yokohama Tire Corp. is targeting luxury SUV and CUV consumers with the new Geolandar X-CV. The tire offers a long-lasting treadlife along with all-season traction and braking.
TBC Brands LLC is updating the Sumitomo HTR Enhance line for the performance tire market with three products and 82 sizes for fitments on passenger cars, CUVs and SUVs.
Nokian Tyres plc has unveiled three next-generation products: the WR G4 all-weather tire and the studless Hakkapeliitta R3 and R3 SUV winter tires.
Features of the new Tru-Trac SU all-season sport utility vehicle tire from Armstrong Tire Inc. include cross-linked sipes on the inner ribs to reduce rolling resistance and increase wet grip.
The Toyo Proxes ST III from Toyo Tire U.S.A. Corp. is designed to offer both looks and performance for sport trucks and SUVs.
Hercules Tire & Rubber Co. is adding four sizes to the Terra Trac AT II, giving the lineup 58 SUV and light truck SKUs, ranging from 15 to 20 inches.
The Delinte S8 Desert Storm II is Sentury Tire Americas' new powerline. The tire was introduced at the 2016 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in the Las Vegas Convention Center on Nov. 1.
SD International wants to make an impact in the U.S. with its Zeta private brand tire line. Manufactured by Qingdao Sentury Tire Co. Ltd. in Thailand, Zeta is being marketed as a third-tier replacement tire.
Over the last five years, Modern Tire Dealer has written regularly on the CUV (crossover utility vehicle) tire segment, based on the popularity of CUVs.
Nokian Tyres has designed an ultra-high performance tire with all-season durability specifically for the North American market. The new zLine will cover passenger cars as well as SUVs.
The latest winter tire offering from Omni United (S) Ptd. Ltd., the Radar RW 5, fits passenger cars, CUVs, and SUVs, and is made from a silica tread compound designed to give extra grip on snowy, slushy, and wet roads.
The Rockproof tire line by Nokian Tyres plc is targeting professional off-road drivers who need extreme durability from the tires on their light trucks and SUVs.
Within four years, Sumitomo Rubber North America Inc. will double consumer tire capacity at its Buffalo, N.Y., plant.