Falken launches all terrain tyres for UAE
Dubai, December 5, 2012
Falken Tyre, a Japanese manufacturer of tyres for cars and trucks, has joined hands with its distributor Autostar Trading to launch the new all-terrain, all season, all-purpose WildPeak AT tyres in the UAE.
Falken has reinvigorated the all-performance sport utility and light truck tyre market with the new range of ‘WildPeak All Terrain’ tyres in the emrates, said a statement from Autostar Trading, part of the Albatha Group.
With an aggressive stance for maximum traction, the WildPeak A/T stands out from the crowd, featuring a symmetric five-rib pattern and rigid block designs allowing for exceptional on-road response and optimized off-road handling. This tyre is coupled with two stiff, extra wide steel belts for safety.
“We are delighted to launch WildPeak A/T in UAE as it features the latest in Falken’s engineering and technology, making it the tyre that provides the ultimate driving experience. With a pleasant weather in the UAE more and more people are venturing into the desert," remarked Hassan M. Rashid, the manager of Autostar Trading.
"WildPeak Tyres are specially designed for this kind of a terrain and we are confident that the off-road enthusiasts will definitely appreciate the grip and the overall performance of the tyres. The demand for Falken Tyres has grown over the years and Falken is well positioned to meet our customers’ requirements when they wish to replace their tyres," he noted.
A key feature of the new WildPeak A/T is the availability of sizes for the expansive sport utility and light truck market.
Falken, he said, brings its extensive performance advantage to the established light truck/SUV tyre market through WildPeak A/T.
"This is the perfect all-purpose tyre, capable of tackling anything in its way. With a durable, rubber compound, the WildPeak A/T will provide its owners with a long tyre life and a smooth ride, exceeding all driving expectations,” Hassan added.-TradeArabia News Service
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