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Barum Bravuris 2

235/40 R17 90W

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About Barum Bravuris 2

Width: 235

Profile: 40

Rim Size: R17

Speed Rating: W

Load Index: 90

Fuel Efficiency: E

Wet Grip: C

Noise Level: 72

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Tyre details:

The Barum Bravuris 2 is the ideal choice for drivers looking for not only safety but also a performance level that ensures a genuinely enjoyable driving experience. The tyre is noted for its asymmetric tread pattern and is purposefully designed to deal with wet surfaces. The tyre handles wet and damp conditions thanks to the wide grooves that disperse water and the numerous blocks that reduce the risk of aquaplaning and ensure safe braking on wet roads.



The Barum Bravuris 2 has been created using an innovative silica compound that adapts to the surface and ensures optimal grip in any conditions. In terms of driving efficiency compared with the previous model, the new version offers better parameters thanks to the tyre's optimised contours. The manufacturer has also achieved manoeuvring stability and shorter braking distances on dry surfaces by using large tread blocks on the tyre shoulder. The Barum Bravuris 2 ensures an enjoyable and comfortable driving experience, combined with optimal steering precision thanks to small sipes on the tread. The tyre is noted for its long lifetime and even wear. This all means that the model retains its full performance specifications throughout its lifetime. Reduced rolling resistance thanks to the silica compound used helps reduce fuel consumption and makes driving on these tyres more environmentally friendly.



Information about the manufacturer:

Barum is a Czech brand. The company produces tyres for passenger cars, as well as for lorries, agricultural machinery and specialist vehicles. The company has been part of the German Continental group since 1992. Barum has a history stretching back to 1932 when Bata shoe factories joined forces with the Czech companies Rubena and Mitas to look for new areas of development and started producing tyres. The name Barum comes from the first letters of the names of the companies that came together to create the new brand. The company's production plant in Otrokovice is the largest tyre factory in Europe.

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