Falken - ZIEX ZE 912 185/65 R14 86H
|Model||ZIEX ZE 912|
|Size ?||185/65R14 86H TL|
|Load Index ?||86|
|Speed Index ?||H|
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Vehicle Type Passenger car
Usage Summer tyre
Model ZIEX ZE 912
Construction R (Tyre of radial construction)
Load Index 86
Speed Index H (max. vehicle speed 210 Km/h)
Group Tires for passenger cars.
Construction R = Radial type tyre.
Load Index Load index 86. The maximum load the tire can carry is 530kg.
Speed Index Approved for speeds up to 210 km/h, speed at which the tire can carry a load corresponding to its Load index. For other compulsory details see the vehicle documents.
Tube Less TL = Tubeless Tire.
Manufacturer Budget range manufacturer.
The ZIEX ZE912 brings together in one tire, technology and performance, that advances driver confidence whatever the weather condition. This tire features large sipes encasing the tread, coupled with high volume circumferential grooves that deliver hydroplane resistance for improved wet weather performance, while its hybrid-asymmetric pattern produces better dry performance. With 93 sizes including CUV fitment, available from 14 inch to 20 inch, and speed ratings of H, V and W, the ZE912 is built to perform regardless of the condition of the road, each and every season.
Infinite sipe sequence
Increases traction in winter months while improving over all grip.
Take the guesswork out of tire rotations with reliable indicators that are built into the Tires themselves.
High angle variable cross grooves
Increase tread stability while effectively evacuating water away from the contact area.
High Tension carcass
Increases handling response and high speed stability.
Have a stronger steel cord, and offer better performance.
Joint-less nylon cap ply
Increases durability at high speeds and promotes long lasting even wear.
Test Asymmetrical tyres are those which have a tread pattern that is different from one side to another - ie non symmetrical. Tread patterns vary, some giving particularly good dry grip, some have characteristics designed to enhance wet performance. An asymmetrical tyre offers the best of both worlds by combining the two patterns across the width of the tread.