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Tyre details: The Accelera ALPHA is an economy summer tyre created for sports cars. It is particularly well suited to drivers looking for a dynamic and fast driving experience, whatever the weather. The tyre offers excellent performance on wet roads thanks to its directional tread pattern. V-shaped grooves help quickly and effectively disperse water, whilst also minimising the risk of aquaplaning. This all helps ensure better grip, whatever the weather.

The tyre is made from an innovative compound, noted for its lightness and high strength. Its low weight helps limit rolling resistance, thus reducing fuel consumption. Resistance to mechanical damage and an extended lifetime are other features that make the Accelera ALPHA the ideal choice for drivers looking for a cost-effective option. The designers behind the model have also ensured a balanced distribution of pressure from the tyre on the road surface, which means that the tread wears slowly and evenly. This means that drivers can enjoy its full performance specifications for its entire lifetime, without having to worry about a drop in driving performance or loss of grip. The Accelera ALPHA is the ideal solution for drivers looking for a cost-effective price and running costs when purchasing a tyre. The model is a good alternative to more expensive brands – it ensures optimal performance at a reasonable price, while the low rolling resistance and exceptional strength make the tyre cost-effective to run.

Accelera is an Asian brand that has also been operating in Europe for over a decade. It markets its products in over 50 countries worldwide. The brand is owned by the Indonesian group EP Tyres, a company that has been in operation since 1996 and which owns the brands Forceum and Epco as well as Accelera. EP Tyres makes economy tyres, noted for their optimal performance and driving comfort at the lowest possible price.

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Alpha Reviews

I just finished a 900 mile trip through the smokey mountians in the rain, I did not experience any drift, aqua planing or any loss of traction. Tires did fine in the dry as well. They are just as good a tire as the Bridgestone Potenzas they replaced.
Outright dangerous in the wet. Massive understeer on wet roundabouts, and have to be extremely careful. Dry grip, wear and price are fine. Comfort is awful and so is road noise. Very excited to be replacing them, going for Michelin PS4 after this experience.
Recently bought a Mazda 6 2.5 sport. the handling on the Mazda is supposed to be brilliant but have noticed the car has these Accelera tyres on it. the car is terrible in the dry especially in the corners. Hit a little hole etc then the car is thrown towards the hedge even at low speed. In the wet it is like ice skating. These have to be budget tyres? Getting some P zero's put on soon. In my opinion. AVOID!