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225 60 R15 - the right size for the city, country and motorway

A typical tire size for convenient and high-traction passenger car tires , the dimension 225 60 R15. A wide tread and high edges ensure a balanced driving performance that convinces both in the city as well as on land and highways.

More ride comfort for the Road

It is important for a good grip in the tire adjacent to the rubber compound and tread, the tire width. With it, the friction and therefore the grip of the tires increases. For this reason, a car tire would consume with wider tread more fuel, if he had the same rubber compound and the same profile as a narrower tire. In practice, manufacturers are trying but often the higher fuel consumption due to technological development to reduce. A tire width of 225 mm thus ensures a good grip, which in turn influences traction, steering and braking characteristics. 225 60 R16 tires also have a relatively large tire height. The increase of the tire height has a positive effect on the driving comfort, as more rubber to dampen exists.

Cheap Summer tires in 225 60 R15

A really good and especially balanced summer tires in the dimension 225 60 R15 is the Fulda ECOCONTROL HP . The tubeless provides both wet grip excellent results from as well as the issue of fuel consumption. In addition, the external rolling noise amount according to the EU tire label only 68 decibels - an excellent value. The energy efficiency is indicated by the C class and the wet grip lands even in the better class B. With these results it surprised very that the Fulda ECOCONTROL HP is among the cheapest series in this size.

Those who opt for tires sized 225 60 R15, attaches great importance to good braking performance, precise handling and ride comfort. With the tires Fulda Ecocontrol HP a series is on the market, which also boasts a low fuel consumption.

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