More Variants Of OPTIMO K415
|195/65 R15 89H||Tubeless||Rs.4236|
|185/65 R14 86H||Tubeless||Rs.3644|
About Hankook OPTIMO K415
Available in 14” and 15” rim sizes, this tyre is designed for premium hatchbacks and sedans. It offers superior comfort along with good traction on all tarmacs. Unique tread pattern avoids hydroplaning, thereby providing exceptional wet grip.
Ideal for- Extensive highway and city use
Key Features & Benefits
- Wide centre rib provides for superior handling and braking
- Lateral shoulder grooves provide for superior wet and dry grip
- Circumferential grooves provide for good wet performance
- Strong tyre construction improves the durability and strength
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- Q.Which tyres is best between Apollo and Bridgestone for Santro XingA.
The suggested tyre's might be a perfect fit for your vehicle as its strong shoulder blocks enhance the stability of the vehicle and the optimized pitch sequence provides for a quiet ride.Answered 24 Jan 2020 01:06:25
- Q.Need for q5 tech pack.2014 model.existing is 235/60 R18 H/P dueler 103W bridge stone.please suggest which one suits best as most are not available locally in Surat.most dealers have only one type availableA.
I would recommend Hankook DYNAPRO HP RA 23 for your vehicle. It comes with aggressive tread design for superior traction even on rough surfaces.Answered 23 Jan 2020 12:52:53
- Q.I am debating between Hankook Optimo K424 and Bridgestone Turanza AR20A.
Hi Mushtaq, Hankook Optimo K424 ME02 is a pretty good tyre, offers a good comfortable ride with great traction and handling, yet, Bridgestone Turanza AR20 is a better buy. This is because AR20 consists of silica enriched compound which makes for superior wet performance and also enhances tyre life. Even the comfort on this tyre is pretty good. Also, Bridgestone has better after sales support as compared to Hankook. RegardsAnswered 12 Jan 2017 09:32:45