Tyre features a tread life warranty of 65,000 miles and 45,000 miles for the V-rated and W-rated respectively
The Japanese tyremaker has come up with a new offering named Ziex ZE960 A/S, which is a high-performance tyre specially designed for coupes and sedans. This all-season tyre is available in more than 50 sizes, which makes it a pretty compatible tyre for most of the vehicles. The officials of the tyremaker said in a statement “These vehicles deliver an attractive blend of sport and luxury, presenting the need for a tire that provides both responsible safety and athletic performance.”
The Ziex ZE960 A/S tyre comes equipped with Falken’s latest technology that helps the tyres in offering excellent grip, enhanced durability and improved braking performance. It gets the brand’s Flask Siping that aids in evacuating the water through its life, which provides the tyre with exceptional wet braking performance and powerful hydroplane resistance. In addition to that, it gets Falken’s new Canyon Groove feature that improves the snow traction and helps in offering a smooth ride.
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Moving to the composition of the tyre, it features advanced compounds that permit the rubber to remain flexible at low temperatures for improved grip. Falken’s product manager, Tsuyoshi Johnson, said “Falken’s latest-generation high-performance all-season tire was designed to support the latest generation of vehicles. We’re very proud of the performance capabilities of the Ziex ZE960 A/S. It was developed with our most advanced technology, so we’re confident it will deliver dynamic all-season handling to drivers who demand it.”
According to him, this tyre is suitable for cars like Honda Accord Sport, BMW 3 Series and Tesla Model 3. The tyre features a tread life warranty of 65,000 miles and 45,000 miles for the V-rated and W-rated respectively. It also comes with Falken’s Road Hazard Protection that allows you to get a free replacement for any damage during the first two years.