Toyo Tires launches two fuel efficient tyres for long haul

August 20, 2018

Toyo-TiresToyo Tire USA Corp. has launched two new fuel-efficient super singles, the Nanoenergy M675 long haul drive tyre and the Nanoenergy® M175 long haul trailer tyre.  Both products feature new low-rolling resistance tread compounds and are SmartWay verified.

The M175 and M675 super singles feature proprietary Nano Balance Technology which contributes to more precisely arranged molecules in the tread compound of the tyre.  The result is a low-rolling-resistance tread compound that minimizes fuel consumption while improving grip, especially in wet conditions. The M675 drive tyre has a six-groove design and 24/32” tread depth, while the seven-groove M175 free-rolling trailer tyre has a tread depth of 13/32”.

These two products also incorporate Toyo Tires’ e-balance® technology, which minimizes service growth of the tread profile. The result is a reduction in irregular wear and an increase in overall longevity. Thanks to their combination of materials and design technologies, the M675 and M175 are said to be amongst the most fuel-efficient in the Toyo Tires commercial tyre line-up.

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