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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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Tyre details: The Kleber Quadraxer is an all-season mid-range tyre which offers superb performance in both winter and summer. It features a directional tread pattern which offers fast dispersal of both water and slush, with wide grooves that rapidly eliminate moisture so that the tyre dries out quickly and efficiently.

The flexible rubber compound increases the area of contact between the tyre and the road, improving grip and driving safety. The compound's characteristics alter according to the temperature, which means that it provides optimum softness in winter but the necessary hardness in summer, as well as protection against rapid wear. The tyre delivers outstanding handling on slippery roads thanks to the clearly defined tread blocks and heavily siped central rib. The wide transverse circumferential channels with blades reduce braking distances on both dry and wet roads. The Kleber Quadraxer delivers a precise and comfortable driving experience thanks to the sturdy and rigid tread blocks and wide central rib, which ensure that the ideal line is always followed and the tyre responds to the driver's movements rapidly and without interruption. The model is the ideal solution for any driver looking for an all-season tyre which offers not only cost-effective and balanced performance on any road surface, but also driving comfort and pleasure.

Kleber is a French-owned brand which has been present on the market since 1910. It produces mid-range tyres notable for their outstanding value for money, safety and cost-effectiveness. Kleber currently belongs to the Michelin Group and is the sixth largest-selling brand in Europe. The summer, winter and all-season tyres which leave the production lines in Kleber's manufacturing facilities are intended for both passenger cars and vans, and the French company's tyres are fitted as original equipment in Renault vehicles.

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Quadraxer Reviews

I was recommended these by my local tyre fitter, after a little research I decided they would probably be a good option for all year round driving. Well after 26000 miles of pretty spirited driving I have to say these are a good choice. they are not the best at any particular type of weather or road. However they are a good all-round tyre. Snow grip was very good, rain traction is ok, braking not so good in the wet. dry conditions traction is good, cornering nice and progressive braking good. However these tyres seem to get better the colder it is, almost like a switch, when it drops below 5 deg c is when they are at their best.I was expecting them to wear out in the summer months but they have really surprised me. I've had them on for 2 years now and they are still going strong (Maybe the 4 wheel drive is helping). I don't even think they are half worn yet.They are a little noisier than summer tyres that is my only criticism really . If you take them as a good all-round average tyre for all conditions you cant get a lot better for your money. I would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a good quality tyre.
Fitted just over a year ago, and with such a mild winter had no opportunity to try in adverse weather. This is the house runabout car with predominately shortish trips in variety of conditions. Definitely notice the handling difference in dry hot weather vs summer tyres with less precise turn in, but more than makes up for this when the temperature drops or the rain falls. Very quiet and smooth in all conditions. Very good at displacing water in flooded motorways. This winter had the opportunity to try in snow - what a transformation from summer tyres. Passed three cars who were attempting a hill and failing, had enough traction and steering to be able to safely negotiate my way around them and accelerate up the hill. The ability to brake in snow and to go downhill safely is a tremendous confidence booster. All in all an inexpensive but very capable set of tyres and I am surprised why they rate poorly in independent tests when they are very competent in real life.
I was recommended these by my local tyre fitter, after a little research I decided they would probably be a good option for all year round driving. Well after 26000 miles of pretty spirited driving I have to say these are a good choice. they are not the best at any particular type of weather or road. However they are a good all-round tyre. Snow grip was very good, rain traction is ok, braking not so good in the wet. dry conditions traction is good, cornering nice and progressive braking good. However these tyres seem to get better the colder it is, almost like a switch, when it drops below 5 deg c is when they are at their best.I was expecting them to wear out in the summer months but they have really surprised me. I've had them on for 2 years now and they are still going strong (Maybe the 4 wheel drive is helping). I don't even think they are half worn yet.They are a little noisier than summer tyres that is my only criticism really . If you take them as a good all-round average tyre for all conditions you cant get a lot better for your money. I would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a good quality tyre.