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Rim Size: R17
Speed Rating: V
Load Index: 99
The presented tyre is marked with 3PMSF symbol (Three Peak Mountain Snow Flake). It means that the tyre meets the EU requirements for winter tyres. The symbol is awarded after thorough tests of a tyre model in terms of snow grip.
Type: winter tyre
Class: premium - top quality tyres with the best performance
Intended use: passengers cars
Sizes: 15-20 inches
The ContiWinterContact TS810 is a premium winter tyre. This product was produced under the supervision of one of the biggest companies in the industry, Continental. The tyre is an excellent combination of high quality and guaranteed high performance. This means that the ContiWinterContact TS810 is a good choice for any weather and all road conditions.
The asymmetrical tread and wide sipes ensure excellent performance in the snow. This allows the driver to feel safe in emergency braking situations, maintaining a dynamic driving style. The tyre is made of a modern rubber blend enriched with liquid polymers that prevent tyre hardening at low temperatures. This makes travelling smooth and pleasant.
Wide tread blocks stabilise direction on corners. In addition, special grooves are responsible for dynamic water removal from the front of the tyre. They enable the driver to feel confident and safe even in heavy rains.
The tyre is intended for passenger cars, but it will satisfy both wagon drivers and owners of sedans. It comes equipped with a tyre wear indicator (TWI), which allows the user to constantly check the tread wear. The groove depth in this case is 4 mm. It is especially recommended for those who drive long distances reguarly.
Manufacturer Info: Continental is one of the largest tyre manufacturers on the tyre market. The company comes from Hannover, where it has been producing tyres since 1871. The manufacturer has earned the trust of drivers from all over the world, thanks to the high quality of their products. The Continental Group owns brands like Uniroyal, Barum, Point-S, Matador, General and Semperit.