Falken Sincera SN832 Ecorun tyres have been developed with three main features in mind: moderate cost, better fuel efficiency, and improved handling and stopping distance in wet conditions. They are an ideal choice for cost- and safety-conscious motorists driving mid-sized cars.
The inclusion of a high-dispersion silica compound in the tyre, combined with the SN832 tread pattern that incorporates wide straight and lateral grooves to channel water, leads to excellent aquaplaning resistance. Wet weather performance has received an A rating, guaranteeing secure and safe handling in the rain.
Tyres with the A rating - the best EU tyre label rating - are capable of 30 per cent shorter braking distance in the wet than tyres with the worst rating (G), assuming a full set of tyres on an average vehicle.The EU tyre label also shows a noise rating. The SN832 scores 70dB (average).
Fuel efficiency is achieved by using a rubber compound that gives reduced friction with the road surface. The consequence is extended mileage and reduced fuel consumption, which is great for both your pocket and the environment. These qualities are behind the word 'ecorun' in the tyre's labelling.
In addition to improving rolling distance, the low friction reduces heat generation and helps to maintain good performance in hot weather conditions. State-of-the-art casing design helps to ensure even wear across the contact area, extending the time before a re-tread or tyre change will be required.
The Falken SN832 car tyre has stiff outer shoulders and a more circular profile that deflects uniformly in response to side loads and bumpy roads. These qualities work to improve your car's handling stability.
Always check the type of tyre recommended for your vehicle before buying. Consult your vehicle handbook or examine your existing tyres for the specifications. Our staff are always available to advise if you are still in any doubt.
You should see numbers in the general form '205/55R16 printed on the tyre. The first number designates the width of the tyre in millimetres, the second shows its sidewall profile (expressed as a percentage of its width), the 'R' means it is a radial tyre (nearly all are), and the final number gives the diameter of the wheel rim it will fit in inches.
Another designation to look for when buying tyres is the speed rating. Tyres should not be fitted to any vehicle that has a maximum speed above that of the tyres. This speed is usually denoted by an alphabetical character; for example, the Falken SN832 is rated T, which indicates a speed of 190km/hr.
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