Enjoy remarkable service life
Its hybrid BDR mix provides an excellent balance between wear and grip.
Enjoy excellent safety in the wet
Its progressive radius shoulder profile promotes the "bow effect" in deep water.
Its wide longitudinal grooves disperse water backwards as quickly as possible.
Its long biting edges and lateral grooves break the film of water and promote flow on the sides.
185/65R15 88TLoad IndexLoad indexLoad index (number) Take for example a KLEBER DYNAXER HP3 tyre, size 205/55 R 16 91 V: 91: The load index of a tyre is identified by a number which corresponds with the maximum load the tyre can bear at the correct pressure.88Speed IndexSpeed indexSpeed index (number) Take for example a KLEBER DYNAXER HP3 tyre, size 205/55 R 16 91 V: V: Speed index (also known as performance index). Indicates the maximum speed at which the tyre can bear a load which corresponds to its load index. This speed index consists of letters from Q (for the lowest maximum speeds) to Y (for the greatest speeds).TLabelling
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Understand the tyre label
Your guide to find fuel efficiency, safety and quieter tyres
The left-hand part of the label shows the contribution made by the tyre to fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
Tyres, mainly due to their rolling resistance, account for around 20% of vehicles' fuel consumption. A reduction in rolling resistance can therefore make a considerable contribution to the energy efficiency of road transport, and thus to reducing CO2 emissions. It is rolling resistance, measured on a simulator, that determines the grade of the tyre.
What is the difference between an A tyre and a E tyre?
The difference in Rolling Resistance is considerable and represents a technological evolution of several tyre generations.
On a car, the difference in impact on fuel consumption between an A tyre and an E tyre is very large, on the order of 0.5 litres/100km.
This amounts to around 80 litres of fuel per year (assuming 15,000km/year).
Over €100/year for a petrol vehicle (at a pump price of €1.30/l.)
The economic impact on the consumer is very considerable, and so is the environmental impact, as this difference in consumption corresponds to 12g of CO2 emissions per km.
The right-hand side of the label shows the tyre's performance when braking on a wet surface. The measurements are taken on vehicles in conditions defined by European regulations (speed, road characteristics, water depth, temperature, etc.).
The grade is established by comparing the performance of the tested tyre with a reference tyre.
What is the difference between an A tyre and an E tyre? (For this safety performance, tyres below E grade are not authorised for sale)
The difference in braking distance between a vehicle fitted with category A tyres and a vehicle fitted with category E tyres is over 18 metres.
Traffic noise is a major source of noise pollution. The lower part of the label concerns the level of noise emitted outside the vehicle, and not the noise perceived by the driver inside the vehicle. The figure expresses the sound level in decibels.
EPREL database QR code
Grading and technical information are communicated to Authorities and added to the European EPREL database. This database is accessible through the QR code next to the Energy sign and leads you to the product information sheet of the tyre.
Indication whether the tyre is a tyre for use in severe snow conditions (3PMSF marking).
Ice grip marking
Indication whether the tyre is an ice grip tyre (ice grip marking). Ice grip tyres are specifically designed for road surfaces covered with ice and compact snow, and should only be used in very severe climate conditions (e.g. cold temperatures). Using ice grip tyres in less severe climate conditions (e.g. wet conditions or warmer temperatures) could result in sub-optimal performance, in particular for wet grip, handling and wear.