April 05, 2016 @ 03:22 PM

BFGoodrich presents to us two new tyres

More all-terrain tyres for the off-road lovers of the country to choose from!


BFGoodrich is bringing their 120 years of experience back to our country! The company makes a comeback to Malaysia since 2011 and they’re making sure that their comeback will be huge with two new innovative tyres to offer.

The BFGoodrich Advantage tyres comes in two forms, one the T/A Drive for sedans and hatchbacks alike while the other T/A SUV that is especially designed for cars with high ground clearance. The Advantage T/A Drive and T/A SUV has enhanced symmetric tread design with rigid tread blocks and shoulder along with “jagged” grooves to give drivers excellent handling and pleasurable drive.

They are also designed to ensure great braking in both wet and dry situations thanks to the deep wide longitudinal, latitudinal grooves and sipes on the tyres. The tyres are also made to be stronger and more durable thanks to the multiple plies and reinforced shoulder to make up a strong structure.

Off-roaders can rejoice as the other tyre that BFGoodrich introduced today is specifically made to go off the tarmac and into the dirt. The BFGoodrich Advantage T/A KO2 tyres are engineered with borrowed technology from the company’s championship off-road motorsports racing experience, the KO2 incorporates the company’s CoreGard Technology that gives it unmatched toughness against sidewall splitting.

As a result the KO2 is now 20 per cent tougher than its previous generation. The threads are specially designed to give drivers ten per cent more traction when off-roading allowing drivers to get more use out of their tyres.

Both tyres are already on sale in the market available in sizes from 13 to 18 inches for the BFGoodrich Advantage T/A Drive and T/A SUV tyres and 15 to 18 inches for the BFGoodrich Advantage KO2 tyre.

Jerrica Leong

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