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Following a change in the company’s name in 1968 ( which became “Pneumatiques Caoutchouc Manufacture et Plastique Kleber-Colombes”) the brand became known as “KLEBER”.From France,... Read about Kleber
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Kleber Dynaxer HP3 SUV is a purpose-built SUV tyre from our average price-bracket, which performs admirably on most road conditions. It offers a great performance for the price, and is loaded full of extra safety features to ensure the safest of rides.

Kleber Dynaxer HP3 SUV is built using a groove system which promotes efficient water drainage from the tyre. This provides better road contact in the wet, and reduces aquaplaning risk.

Kleber Dynaxer HP3 SUV provides a superior performance in dry conditions. Braking is enhanced, cornering is more dynamic, and the manoeuvring is smoother.

Kleber Dynaxer HP3 SUV satisfies customers who also require comfort and efficient driving, as well as safety. Noise-reduction technology is purposefully built into the tyre. This ensures a quieter ride and subdues driver fatigue on longer journeys.

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Dynaxer HP3 Reviews

Had these fitted instead of our usual preference of Michelin Energy Saver's They were 30% cheaper than the Michelin's and for the price they were pretty good, as far as wear is concerned. Dry grip was on par with more expensive options, as well as predictability. In the wet these tyres wheel hop the 90 hp car so easily that extra caution is required. Ride comfort is also subpar compared to more premium options. Had one of them torn from the sidewall because of a sharp metal nail embedded in a kerb during parking. Recommend only for budget minded buyers with easy going driving habits.
Bought these as cheapest 95C XL i could find for my ford galaxy 2.3 petrol+lpg in 2015. First year the tyres were superb in both dry and wet. But 2016 and 2017 wet grip has deteriorated. Now 2018 wet got a bot better. Drove 25 thousand miles on them. All are in the 3-4mm range left, with 2-3mm on the sides. Galaxy is quite a heavy car, and for summer holidays we pack it bigtime. Have always pumped them 2,8-3,5 bar so the sidewall wear is strange here. I will run them down this year. For a budget tyre they offer good grip and in corners they are predictable. Wet handling that deteriorated quickly is a big minus. Also wear in 20000miles seems big, though galaxy is quite heavy so i would attribute the wear to this factor.
I have that tyre on for fiesta 1.4 tdci, great tyre for that small car. Wet or dry handling great. Not for sport or racing, but for every day driving great tyre for that price. I've make 40 000 km and still good.