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Product description

Excellence

The three-in-one tyre that delivers superb grip, handling and comfort.

  • Exceptional wet grip
  • Precision handling and even wear
  • Smooth, quiet ride

 

Why choose this tyre

Easy braking on wet roads

The Goodyear Excellence tyre is made with a new polymer compound that helps it grip the road, even in the wettest of conditions. This feature delivers a shorter braking distance, so you can enjoy peace of mind when driving in the rain.

Even wear and smooth handling

Even wear and smooth handling Excellence tyres are designed to distribute pressure evenly across their surface, which means more even wear in the long term and smoother handling, even at higher speeds on the motorway. Additional shoulder stabilisers also help improve performance while taking corners, so you can feel confident on every journey.

Quiet, comfortable driving

Enjoy a quiet, comfortable trip every time with a tread designed to reduce excess noise.

EU Tyre Label Description

Goodyear Excellence 235/55R19 101W AO FP
C C 69dB C1

In November 2012 a standard label for vehicle tyres was introduced in the EU. Based on three criteria it gives information about fuel efficiency, wet grip rating and noise levels.

 

Fuel efficiency  - This label shows you how a tyre performs on fuel consumption - fuel efficiency is graded from A to G (rating D is not used for passenger cars). The difference between an A rating and a G rating could mean a reduction in fuel consumption of up to 7.5%. To put this in real terms, choosing A-rated tyres instead of G-rated tyres could save you more than 6 litres of fuel every 1,000 kilometres (based on an average consumption of 8 litres/100km)

  Wet grip - This label shows how well a tyre brakes in wet conditions. Graded from A to G (ratings D and G are not used for passenger cars). In an emergency situation, a few metres can make all the difference. For a passenger car applying full brakes from 50mph, a set of A-rated tyres will brake up to 18 metres shorter than a set of F-rated tyres (braking distances may vary according to driving conditions and other influencing factors)

 

Noise - This label shows you the noise level in decibels of a tyre. The tyre is categorised in 3 classes illustrated by 3 waves: 1 black wave - Quiet (3dB or more below the European limit), 2 black waves - Moderate (between the European limit and 3dB below) and 3 black waves - Noisy (above the European limit)

             

 

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