Ranger

High performance 4x4 tyre

Ranger
  • Superb handling characteristics
  • Low noise levels
  • Good ride quality
  • Very stable at high speed
  • Excellent wet weather road holding
  • Good traction in muddy fields
  • Circumferential tread rib around the centre of the tyre aids steering response
  • 15% off road; 85% on road

 

Ranger Technical Specifications

sizeservice descreq rimsection width (mm)overall dia (mm)static loaded radius (mm)rim range (inch)RRWGEN
275/55R17109V8.52847343347.5 - 9.5FC
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72dB
235/60R16100H7.02406883136.5 - 8.5FC
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71dB
215/65R1698H6.52216863126.0 - 7.5FC
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71dB
255/65R16109H7.52607383327.0 - 9.0FC
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72dB
235/65R17104V7.02407383356.5 - 8.5FC
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72dB
235/65R17XL108V7.02407383356.5 - 8.5FC
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71dB
235/70R16106H7.02407363326.0 - 8.0FC
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71dB
245/70R16107H7.02487503376.5 - 8.0FC
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71dB
265/70R16112H8.02727783487.0 - 9.0FC
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72dB
275/70R16114H8.02797923547.0 - 9.0FC
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72dB

FUEL EFFICIENCY (Rolling Resistance)

Fuel efficiency is influenced by the tyre’s rolling resistance. Lower rolling resistance means lower fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

There is a 7.5% loss of fuel economy between the best and worst class (average).

WET GRIP (Braking Performance)

Wet grip is one of the most important performance characteristics in a tyre.

The effect may vary among vehicles and driving conditions, but in the case of full braking, the difference between a G and an A class for a set of four identical tyres could be up to 30% shorter braking distance (e.g. for a typical passenger car driving at 80 km/h speed this could be up to 18m shorter braking distance).

NOISE (Exterior Rolling Noise – not cabin noise)

Measured in decibels (dB)

  • 3 black bars: above future EU limit, complies with current S Mark
  • 2 black bars: meets future EU limit
  • 1 black bar: at least 3 dB below the future EU limit