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Nexen N BLUE HD
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Originally established in 1942 as Heung-A Tire, Nexen Tyre has over 50 years of tradition as a respected leader within the industry.  Acknowledged as Korea’s... Read about Nexen
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Nexen N'Blue HD is a product friendly to the environment. This is ensured by the modern technologies used in the production of the model. The material of the tyre effectively reduces rolling resistance, significantly lowering fuel consumption and harmful emissions into the atmosphere. One of the biggest advantages of this model is its advanced asymmetric tread pattern, which is ideal for dynamic cornering.

A significant advantage of this model is its excellent performance in wet conditions. The tyre is highly resistant to aquaplaning, i.e., loss of grip on wet roads. It still demonstrates excellent performance and short braking distances.

The tyre’s designers gave it performance parameters especially useful on European roads. The tyre has a rigid external block and straight rib that ensure safety and comfort for all drivers who like a dynamic driving style.

Nexen N'Blue HD is a tyre which is fitted as standard on various car models including Skoda Octavia and Volkswagen Polo. These choices are excellent proof that the product meets the expectations of even the most demanding drivers.

Nexen is a Korean brand of economy tyres, which started its operation in 1942. Today the company employs more than 2,000 employees and exports its products to the markets of more than 120 countries worldwide. Nexen is a name that combines two words: next and century. It is intended to reflect the company's goal, which is to create innovative products that meet the needs of each driver. In its products, the company is focused not only on performance and driving comfort, but also on their environmental impact.

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N BLUE HD Reviews

Bedded in after a 1000 miles. Drives OK, good value. Good write up on Auto Express. http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/accessories-tyres/60111/tyre-test-2012
Got them on my new fabia 2 years ago, i done 55,000km with them, first 40,000km was great for the tyres value, great grip on dry and wit roads, they give me the confidence to drive on 120km/h on highway in a middle of rainstorm and they performed well, average in noise and comfortable , they starts to lose grip on hills and wet road on 45,000km and they a bit noisy, not the worst but they need to be replaced.
Fitted all round on my Peugeot 206 SW in October 2013. 16,000 miles later the front tyres are almost down to the limit but the rear tyres have plenty of life left in them. I use the car for commuting between Kent and Hertfordshire when my wife needs our Mondeo or it's at the garage (fairly frequently!)and haven't noticed any excessive noise on the long motorway runs. I've never felt I was going to lose the car when breakiing or cornering hard - that long left hander from Hemel Hempstead onto the southbound M1 is a good test at 40-50 mph - although they did feel a bit bouncy, like new trainers, when they were first fitted. That's gone now but they still give a decent ride. At under £34.00 each I would say these tyres have been pretty good value and I'm likely to replace the two worn tyres with the same again.