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Simply put, fuel-efficient tires require less energy to roll. This ultimately translates into less fuel used.
Fuel efficiency is rated from A to G on a color-coded scale.
Not inflating your tires properly increases rolling resistance and affects grip in wet conditions.
How much your car weighs and how you drive it can also make a big difference. You can reduce your fuel consumption by driving in a more energy-efficient way (also known as ‘eco-driving’)
Label values shown are for illustrative purposes only. Values for a certain tire line/size may vary.
‘Wet grip’ is the tire’s ability to stick to the road in wet conditions. The EU rating focuses only on one aspect of wet grip – the wet braking performance of the tire.
How is wet grip rated?
Wet grip is rated from A to F:
A = highest rating
F = lowest rating
Ratings D and G are not used for passenger cars.
The EU rating measures the external noise emissions of the tire in decibels.
Since many people are unfamiliar with decibel values, a loudspeaker image with black waves is shown to signify how noisy the tire is. The more waves there are, the louder the tire.
Efficient Grip Performance
Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2
We run our own tires through fifty different tests to make sure each one meets the highest of standards. There is no bar higher than the one we set ourselves.