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Syron tires: The manufacturer of your tires!

Syron tires is an international manufacturer of high-performance, sports-oriented life tires for the car of the small and middle class up to Oberklassewagen- and Super Sport range.

Syron combines everyday and racing

For 25 years working Syron in developing and producing high-quality tires that leverage his experience from racing. Since 2011 Syron tires are successful in drift motorsports. 2012 was the team Gräff contractors and cooperation could be designed very successful with the 2nd place at the Tuner GP Drift Challenge. Even as a car tire manufacturers to Syron could prove. 2010 Syron RACE 1 Plus by the Auto Bild magazine for its outstanding safety reserves Award upon hydroplaning in curve. Tires Syron are distinguished by their special silicate rubber compound, excellent adhesion and handling characteristics on both wet and dry surfaces, high edge rigidity and directional stability. The asymmetric tread pattern provides ride comfort, speed and smoothness.

tires Syron

For car offers manufacturers summer, winter and all season tires. The summer tires Syron RACE 1 Plus with its asymmetric profile is characterized by excellent adhesion to wet and dry conditions, optimal directional stability and noiseless driving comfort. It is suitable for medium and luxury cars. The winter tire Everest 1 has safe operating characteristics on slippery and snowy roads. The specific types of slats ensure stability and shorter braking distances. Reliability in all weather conditions finally provides the all-weather tire SYRON 365 Days . With his SUV and 4x4-summer and winter tires Syron can also offer driving safety and sportiness when driving off-road.

Satisfied customers, driving safety, sportiness and comfort - these objectives arises Syron as a manufacturer of quality tires in the ultra-high-performance range.

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