Hankook Tire Canada Corp. Introduces New Premium Highway All-Season Tire
Hankook Tire Canada Corp. (www.hankooktire.ca) has introduced the Dynapro HT Premium Highway All-Season Tire to Canada. The Dynapro HT provides drivers of SUV, van and light truck vehicles with significantly improved all-season performance...
Hankook Tire Canada Corp. (www.hankooktire.ca) has introduced the Dynapro HT Premium Highway All-Season Tire to Canada. The Dynapro HT provides drivers of SUV, van and light truck vehicles with significantly improved all-season performance compared to existing and competing products.
The Dynapro HT features the latest semi-solid rib & block design to enhance grip in wet and snowy conditions while a high stiffness centre-block delivers an improved steering response. The footprint of the tire has been enlarged 3.5 per cent compared to the previous generation Dynapro AS, providing improved acceleration, grip and uneven wear resistance. Noise reduction is an important component of the design, providing additional comfort to drivers. The tire is expected to deliver longer tread life for a higher consumer value.
“Hankook Tire recognizes the need for well performing premium light truck tires.” says Bill Hume, vice-president of Hankook Tire Canada Corp. “With improved snow traction, longer tread life and significantly lower noise, Canadian consumers will enjoy confidence and value derived from the high quality product.”
The Hankook Dynapro HT is offered in 34 sizes in both P-metric and LT-metric sizes from 15” to 20”. The UTQG rating is 700/A/B for P-Metric tires only.
Recently, the Dynapro HT received a Consumers Digest’s Best Buy rating in the U.S., which appeared in the magazine’s February issue in the U.S. Consumers Digest defines a “Best Buy” as a product that “delivers exceptional value for a given amount of money” and one that “merits special attention from consumers,” based on its combination of eight criteria: performance, ease of use, features, quality of construction, warranty, efficiency, styling, and maintenance and service requirements. Criteria specific to the publication’s evaluation of tires were: performance, features, expected tread life and warranty.