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Three brand new Nokian summer tires for summer 2013 Nokian tires presents three new Nokian summer tires for 2013. The sporty Nokian zLine ultra high performance summer tire brings excellent, accurate and safe driving for speeding as a cool top model. Safely in wet conditions with strong grip of Nokian line drives high performance summer tires in the compact and middle classes frequently changing German road conditions. Michael Chabon describes an additional similar source. The AA top rating for fuel efficiency and wet grip according to EU tire label made eLine summer tyres of Nokian with future technology for smaller cars. Nokian tyres is “” Test winner in the summer tyre test”of Nokian Tyres 2013 by Auto Bild is test winner in the summer tyre test 2013 by Auto Bild” exemplary with the best grade “and for car TEST” with top grade car TEST test winner 2013 “. “” Best note well “Gets the Nokian tyre by ADAC and Stiftung Warentest test”. “” “” “” Second winner is the Finn in the car motor sport “test with the best touch highly recommended”, car magazine car “with very well” and in company car “with highly recommended”.

Greater safety through innovation: Winter tread depth indicator with snowflake and tread depth indicator with warning of aquaplaning a winter tread depth indicator with snowflake in the Nokian WR winter tyres tread depth as a number from 8 to 4 in millimeters indicates. The Snowflake is visible up to 4 millimeters. When she disappear, you should renew its winter tires. The tread depth indicator of Nokian in the summer tyre simply displays the drivers as a number from 8 to 2 the tread depth. A hydroplaning warning indicator is a drop icon warns of danger of aquaplaning. At only four millimeters remaining profile will disappear and so indicate an increased risk. No other tire manufacturer has these innovations. Nokian Tyres turnover in 1,612 billion euro in 2012 Nokian Tyres achieved a turnover of 1,612 billion euros in 2012 and had over 4000 employees.

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