Goodyear Efficient Grip
The performance ratings shown on the label of Goodyear’s new touring tyre, from the Goodyear Efficient Grip range, are excellent: A for wet grip and B for rolling resistance (Have you heard about the new #tyre; #Goodyear Efficient Grip performance?
Goodyear tyres have a new Goodyear Efficient Grip touring tyre
We at Pellon tyres here in Halifax sell many Goodyear tyres. Consequently, the Goodyear efficient-grip . Hence, is one of the most popular Goodyear tyres . As a result that we have had the pleasure to fit.
Over the years we have fitted many Goodyear tyre products . Going right back to the G8 and the G800+s.
Of course, these tyres were a very important step. Thus, in the development of car tyres . Aiding development for the cars of each period of time.
Goodyear Efficient Grip
As a result, car designs and mechanical up-grades . Have always had to kept up with by the tyre manufacturers. I remember the Goodyear Grandprix-S . Arriving, when front wheel drive cars were first hitting our roads. Tyre tread design and construction were changing all the time. Hence, to keep with the development of the modern cars.
This new Goodyear Efficient Grip is no exception, except this time the emphasis is on much greener and fuel efficient tyres. This new tyre a further development of the Goodyear Efficient Grip will be no different to the tyres produced in the past by this excellent tyre company, Goodyear tyres.
For the best fuel efficiency for your car, it is very important that your make sure that your tyres are properly inflated. When you run your car on low tyre pressure it increases the rolling resistance and also has an effect on the wet grip performance. The weight of your car and your personal driving style can also make a big difference, we have all seen the “boy racer”, who flies everywhere at 100 miles an hour. Well little does he know it, but he will be using twice the amount of fuel as the steady driver who probably sticks to the speed limits . The sensible person is said to be more aware of “Energy-efficient driving”, or “Eco-driving” which can significantly bring down your fuel consumption.
Goodyear Efficient Grip-What is the reason for a tyre to be more fuel-efficient?
To put it simply, a fuel-efficient tyre requires less energy to roll forward. The easier it is for the tyre to roll then it has a lower demand for fuel, since a lesser amount of energy is wasted on friction and heat from the road surface. This is usually referred to as tyres with ‘low rolling resistance’, which means the same thing.
How do the fuel efficiency labels show thet tyres rating ?
- Fuel efficiency is rated from A to G on a color-coded scale.
A (green) is the highest fuel rating efficiency
G (red) is the lowest fuel rating efficiency
and the Rating of D is not used for passenger cars.
Goodyear Efficient Grip-What do these ratings mean?
- They mean fuel savings for the motorist, the difference between an A rating and a G rating can mean a lowering of fuel consumption by up to 7.5%. To put this in practical terms, buying an A-rated tyre instead of G-rated one could mean that you save more than 6 litres of fuel every 1000 kilometers. And at an average cost of petrol at say £1.50 per liter, you could end up saving yourself more than £300 over the life of the tyres. These figures are on the Goodyear European web site and state that they based on an average cars consumption of 8 liters/100km, at a fuel price of £1.50/liter, and an average tyre mileage of 35,000 km.
- Pellon Tyre and Auto-centre offer car and van servicing and repairs to all makes of vehicles. We are members of Unipart Car Care centres and give a nationwide guarantee for all our work and parts.
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