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About the Goodyear Wrangler HP
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Durability, reliability on any type of surface and resistance to mechanical damage are only some of the assets of Goodyear WRANGLER HP. The model was designed for off-road vehicles equipped with 4x4 drive. Its massive tread ensures excellent grip and precise steering, even at high-speeds. The wide grooves effectively disperse water to the sides, ensuring the fast drying of the structure, and consequently a better grip and driving stability. This also translates into a lower risk of aquaplaning, which poses a threat to driving safety. The large and stiff tread blocks care for the improved steerability and traction on dry roads, and the transverse grooves remove water and mud from under the tyre. Additionally, the grip is ensured by a range of notches which are also responsible for steerability and traction.
Two identical steel strips located in the tyre's internal section, along with the neutral contour of the carcass, guarantee driving precision at high speeds. The profile of the tyre’s side is lowered, which has helped to strengthen the response of the steering system. The designers also paid attention to the acoustic comfort of the driver and passengers. The special arrangement of tread blocks, combined with the innovative materials, means that the sounds emitted by the tyre during rolling are immediately dampened and the drive becomes quiet and pleasurable. Goodyear WRANGLER HP is the perfect solution for drivers who expect tyres intended for off-road vehicles to show an excellent performance on any type of surface and also to provide a pleasurable drive. This model is fitted as standard to the Cadillac Escalade, Dodge Ram, Durango RT, Land Rover Discovery 4.6 HSE and Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo.
Goodyear is one of the largest tyre companies, which has a 20% share in the world tyre market. The group includes such brands as Dębica, Sava, Fulda and Dunlop. The history of the company seated in Akron, United States, dates back to 1926.