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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.

Semperit Master-Grip is a winter tyre of the medium class. Semperit Brand is included in the Continental concern, one of the tyres market leaders. Engineers of the Semperit brand constructed this tyre especially for the moderate Mid-European winter conditions. Universal tread performs well on each kind of surface. The tyre guarantees good traction parametres during snowing and raining.

Modern tread composition ensures the tyre’s flexibility even by the low temperatures. This has been achieved owing to the polymers with the frost-resistant properties. Additionally, lower tyre’s attrition and reduced rolling resistance has been attained. As a result, the tyre lowers the car’s demand for fuel and harmful CO2 emissions. In comparison to the predecessor, the performance on the wet surface has been improved by 5%. Two ribs constructed from the dynamic shaped blocks respond for the precise driving. The tyre maintains good traction parametres even by the high speeds. Modern, directional tread pattern has been used. Proper blocks arrangement and special grooves system ensures safety on the wet and icy surface. Blocks feature sharp edges which highly enhances adhesion on the icy and slippery surface. Exceptional tread structure influences the noise reduction. Dense structure of the sipes’ cuttings causes that the tyre bites into surface. Enhanced adhesion certainly will aid moving out on the slippery surface. The tyre efficiently protects from the uncontrolled skid and significantly shortens the braking distance. During sudden manoeuvres, the car remains under the driver’s control. Three canals in the tyre’s central zone are combined with the grooves on the tyres’ lateral part. Such a solution efficiently removes the surplus water and slush. The tyre’s central part has steady surface contact and hydroplaning risk is reduced to the minimum. The car runs safely and the steering wheel movements are quickly transferred onto the road.

Semperit Master-Grip is a winter tyre developed for the passenger cars of the medium class. It is usable in the local traffic as well as in the longer routes. The tyre belongs to the mid class ensuring perfect ratio of the performance to the price.

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Mastergrip Reviews

Had the Mk2 Micra for many years hence got through lots of different tyres, mainly the bigger name brands such as Dunlop, Continental, Firestone etc. For once (due to a price shock!)I actually took an interest in tyres when we fitted the current set nearly three years ago and found from reviews that these Semperit winter tyres appeared to meet our price/performance criterea. Was a bit sceptical about using a winter tyre all year round but I needn't have worried. The Semperit Master Grip is easily the best tyre that's been fitted on the Micra. An impressively even-handed performance under almost all road conditions makes it very predictable and safe-feeling and it's a quiet and comfortable tyre too. I don't think it's grip on smooth ice is particularly great (although quite good on snow) but then no other tyre we've ever used has been. It's a grippy tyre that doesn't seem to suffer any drop-off in performance even in the height of summer - although I tend to maintain tyre pressure nearer the car's recommended maximum figure in hot weather. I expected to suffer a little more tyre wear with a winter tyre but that's not been the case. Will fit this tyre again when the time comes, assuming it's still available.
Had the Mk2 Micra for many years hence got through lots of different tyres, mainly the bigger name brands such as Dunlop, Continental, Firestone etc. For once (due to a price shock!)I actually took an interest in tyres when we fitted the current set nearly three years ago and found from reviews that these Semperit winter tyres appeared to meet our price/performance criterea. Was a bit sceptical about using a winter tyre all year round but I needn't have worried. The Semperit Master Grip is easily the best tyre that's been fitted on the Micra. An impressively even-handed performance under almost all road conditions makes it very predictable and safe-feeling and it's a quiet and comfortable tyre too. I don't think it's grip on smooth ice is particularly great (although quite good on snow) but then no other tyre we've ever used has been. It's a grippy tyre that doesn't seem to suffer any drop-off in performance even in the height of summer - although I tend to maintain tyre pressure nearer the car's recommended maximum figure in hot weather. I expected to suffer a little more tyre wear with a winter tyre but that's not been the case. Will fit this tyre again when the time comes, assuming it's still available.

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