Nokian eNTYRE All-Season Radial Tire

What kind of tire is Nokian Entyre 2.0?

The Nokian eNTYRE 2.0 is a premium All-Season tire that has excellent wet grip, a smooth and quiet ride, long tread life, great handling and good winter grip when compared to other Premium All-Season tires. The second generation eNTYRE 2.0 is desi…

What kind of warranty does Nokian Entyre have?

Like most all-season tire manufacturers, the Nokian provides a 60,000 or 80,000 mile tread warranty, depending on the tire’s speed rating.

What kind of tire is Nokian all season?

Nokian eNTYRE 2.0 The premier Nokian all-season tire is designed to handle wet, dry, and even snowy road conditions. It also features Nokian’s patented Silent Sidewall Technology that provides a quieter drive and a longer-lasting tread.

Is the Nokian Entyre all season a good car?

They handle the rain well, are reasonably quiet and at 5000 miles show little wear and have proven to easily last over 40k on a previous set. The only minus is they aren’t sporty but for the money these are way too good to pass up. There was a problem loading comments right now. Please try again later.

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The eNTYRE  is one of the Nokian’s most popular All-Season tires. Designed specifically for North American versatile weather conditions (although you can certainly use it no matter where you live, as long as the climate is similar), this tire performs well in rain, sun and snow.

The eNTYRE is designed to provide a firm grip in dry, wet and light snow weather conditions, comfortable and quiet ride and long tread life. This is also an environmentally friendly tire as it uses Nokian’s green technologies, including only purified, low aromatic oils. It’s also quite affordable, especially considering the quality of the materials, making it overall one of the best value for money all-season tires. Notable technologies and design elements include:

3D Lock Sipes: this design stiffens the structure of the tire, improving braking responsiveness. It also reduces the heat generated inside the tire, which allows it to withstand the stress of poorer road conditionsSilent Groove Design: by cutting out any noise induced by the edge of the transverse grooves, the design reduces overall noise levels, making driving pleasantly quietPolished grooves: to allow water to flow easily, the main grooves are polished and slippery, while the open design increases the volume of the grooves, reducing the risk of aquaplaning. This improves both wet and dry grip and vehicle stabilityMudstopper design: by preventing dirt, mud and small rocks from becoming trapped in the grooves, the mudstopper design also prevents damage and extends the life of the tire and rimDriving safety and aquaplaning indicator: found on the center rib, these indicators indicate groove depth in millimeters, letting the driver know when the grooves are worn out.

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