The Dębica Presto is the ideal tyre for variable, Polish conditions. Excellent performance on wet surfaces and a reliable driving experience on dry roads are just two of its assets. The model's asymmetric tread easily handles any road surface. The dense network of sipes on the tread helps quickly disperse water from under the tyre, while the special silica-based rubber compound ensures track stability, even in surprising and variable weather conditions. This Polish-made product not only offers driving comfort in any weather, but also ensures a long lifetime thanks to the advanced construction of the tyre, tested multiple times at different stages of its design and production.
The use of innovative and durable materials means that the Dębica Presto is very resistant to mechanical damage, with a longer lifetime compared with other tyres of the same class. The tread wears slowly and evenly, which means that the model maintains its full performance features throughout its lifetime. The slow tread wear is not only due to the reinforced rubber compound, but also the specially designed tyre contours, which means that pressure is distributed evenly across the road surface, guaranteeing the same level of tread wear at every point of the tyre. The reinforced shoulder area, combined with the asymmetric tread pattern ensures optimal performance on dry surfaces, while the 4-ribbed construction with a dual central rib allows for fast and accurate responses to steering movements.
Dębica S.A. is a Polish brand dating back to 1939. Its name comes from the city in the Podkarpackie province where the company has had its headquarters and production plant from the very beginning. The brand, which became part of the American Goodyear group in 1995, has been popular with Polish drivers for many years. As well as tyres for passenger cars, Dębica also produces industrial tyres and, as the only Goodyear plant in Europe, tyres for tractors and agricultural machinery.
NB! The treads on two sizes of Dębica Presto tyres are due to change from 1 January 2014.
This modification affects sizes 195/65 R15 91H and 195/65 R15 91V.