Sava widens truck tyre range

Sava widens truck tyre range

Sava Tyres is increasing the number of truck tyre tyre sizes it offers, aiming them at giving “cost-conscious operators a greater choice”. Five new truck tyres are added to the latest generation of the Avant 4 steer, Orjak 4 drive and Cargo 4 trailer tyre ranges, covering increasingly popular low aspect ratio sizes.

Sizes 295/60R22.5 and 315/60R22.5 are now available in both the Avant 4 steer and Orjak 4 drive tyres, as well as a Cargo 4 trailer tyre in size 385/55R22.5. Like the other dimensions the new ones carry the M+S marking on the sidewall, which certifies in snow conditions a performance better than that of a normal tyre to initiate or maintain vehicle motion.

The Avant 4, Orjak 4 and Cargo 4 tyre combination has been developed for vehicles operating in long and regional haul as well as in local distribution. With the latest line extension the Avant 4 steer and the Orjak 4 drive tire are now available in the five sizes 315/80 R 22.5, 315/70 R 22.5, 295/80 R 22.5, 295/60R22.5 (NEW) and 315/60R22.5 (NEW). The last year introduced Cargo 4 trailer tyre is now available in the two sizes 385/65R22.5 and 385/55R22.5 (NEW).

The latest generation Sava on-road truck tyre family comprises the Avant 4 steer tyre, Orjak 4 drive tyre and Cargo 4 trailer tyre.  The Cargo 4 trailer tyre is the most recently introduced member of the family. This product, which is described the company as a “cost-competitive tyre” is said to feature wet grip and durability as well as a high level of retreadability. Indeed, all Sava truck tyres are regroovable and retreadable.


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