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Dunlop SP Sport Maxx RT 2 Car Tyre

Dunlop Sport Maxx RT 2
225/40 R18 Y (92)

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Fully fitted priceiFully Fitted price includes:VAT, delivery, fitting, balancing and disposal charges.
£99.91
Mail order priceiMail order price includes: Tyres delivered to your home or workplace. Delivery cost calculated at the basket.
£80.11

Product description & features

The Dunlop Sport Maxx RT 2 has been developed to deliver enhanced corner grip, combined with shorter braking distances and noticeable steering precision.

The tyre features an asymmetric tread design to improve handling and ensure high levels of aquaplaning resistance. The tyre's tread pattern also features an continuous central rib throughout the tyre. This works to increase reliability, especially on long journeys.

Dunlop have worked hard on the tread design to ensure that the Sport Maxx RT 2 boasts a flatter profile - this creates a bigger contact with the road surface, delivering stability and responsive road feedback.

Summer Tyres

What are summer tyres?

Summer tyres are specifically designed for warm weather conditions, particularly during the summer season. This type of tyre performs best when in seasons with warmer temperatures - above 7°C.

How does a summer tyre perform better in summer?

The technologies and tread patterns used in a summer tyre mean the tyres have high-quality features that are of benefit to driving in warm conditions. They typically use a softer rubber compound – designed for good grip and traction when driving on dry and wet roads.

Can you use summer tyres in winter?

Whilst summer tyres still offer adequate performances in wet and cooler conditions, it is recommended that you change. The tread design and technologies that are featured in summer tyres can harden in colder temperatures, resulting in reduced flexibility and decreased traction on snow and ice.

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