Tyres

URBANMAX MCD TRACTION

Bus

Bus

A low aspect ratio, super single drive-axle bus tyre with reinforced sidewalls designed for urban routes – and offering extra traction for winter use.

  • Specialist drive tyre for single fitment
  • For urban/metropolitan applications
  • For new vecicle concepts and sustainability
URBANMAX MCD TRACTION
Bus

For winter in the city

Coaches and buses that serve metropolitan routes in some cities need drive tyres that are winterproof – and robust enough to withstand city driving. URBANMAX MCD traction does both, with excellent traction and reinforced sidewalls to counter occasional kerb contact.

Features

1. Tread blocks with 3D BIS Technology

High mileage and good handling.

 

2. High blade density

For improved traction and braking in wet and winter conditions.

 

3. Special tread compound

High mileage associated to winter/wet weather performance.

 

4. Robust carcass construction

Reliable handling and improved damage prevention.

 

5. Reinforced sidewalls

With wear indicators for trouble-free tyre life.

Tyre sizes

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Size Nominal Load Index Nominal Speed Index Load Index 2 Speed Index 2 Rec. Rim Fuel Efficiency Fuel Efficiency Wet Grip Wet Grip Noise Noise Snow 3PMSF Snow 3PMSF EU Tyre Label
22.5
455/45R22.5
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9-rib super single design
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455/45R22.5
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9-rib super single design
166 J - - 15 C B B - 75dB check icon Download

Regrooving recommendations

 

Regrooving recommendations

 

 All Goodyear truck tyres are both retreadable and regroovable and have been developed for optimised sustainability, allowing fleets to make the best use of their tyre assets and substantially reduce their cost per mile and environmental footprint.

A word from the Goodyear expert 

 

“In some cities, snow and ice is a regular occurrence at certain times of the year. Bus operators often choose URBANMAX MCD TRACTION on the drive axle because it gives them the extra traction they need. The regular URBANMAX MCA are perfect for the other axles where traction is less important.”