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195 60 R15 summer tyres: comfortable in sun and rain

The dimensions 195 60 R15 summer tyres as is one of the most popular tyre sizes for cars. Reasons for this are that balanced road, the low fuel consumption and a high level of driving comfort. Therefore, a large number of manufacturers offer their tyres series in this measure.

Strong traction and optimum handling

Optical effect 195 60 R15 summer tyres best on vehicles of the small car and compact car like the Audi A3, VW Polo or Renault Clio. The focus of these tyres but is the driving characteristics and fuel economy. The tread creates the ideal amount of rolling resistance for high traction and low fuel consumption. Both the traction of the vehicle and the braking and steering performance can be improved with increasing traction. In addition, the tyre height makes in summer tyres for an attractive level of ride comfort.

Fuel saving summer tyres from the premium producer Continental

A recommended summer tyres of size 195 60 R15 is the Continental ContiPremiumContact 5 . The Pneu provides excellent wet grip and low fuel consumption. The wet adhesion is given in EU tyre label with Class A (AG). In relation the same car needs with class B tyres under full braking (80 km/h) on a wet road up to 3 meters longer braking distance - with tyres of class F even up to 18 meters. In the energy efficiency of 195 60 R15 Continental summer tyres marked with the C class. Also well cut the tyres from the subject external rolling noise, with a value of 71 decibels. The high quality tyres have the speed index V and are therefore approved for a maximum speed of 240 km/h.

195 60 R15 summer tyres are the ideal choice for all motorists who put a focus on its capability and efficiency. In addition convince the tyres by an excellent driving comfort.

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