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The difference between winter tires, all-season tires, and all-weather tires

Nokian WRG3 – All-Season Vs. All-Weather Tires Explained

nokian wrg3The term “All-Season” is loosely used by tire manufacturers to describe a tire’s winter capabilities because, in reality, all-season tires are not designed for cold temperatures and snow.

Nokian coined the phrase “All-Weather” tires with the North American winter in mind. And the Nokian all-weather WRG3 is perfect for New England driving conditions.

You get the best of both worlds: A great blend of safety, comfort, and performance. packaged in an environmentally friendly tire….

Nokian WRG3 tires are the tire geeks tire – Packed full of cool technology and features with real benefits…like:

  • Silent Sidewall Technology that uses dimples in the tire’s grooves, like a golf ball, to give a quiet ride.
  • Sidewall Serrations to absorb noise waves and cool the tire for longer life.
  • Polished Lateral and Inside Grooves that give excellent wet traction by helping the ground water flow easier through the tire’s channels.
  • Self-locking 3D sipes on the center rib of the tire that support it both longitudinally and diagonally minimizing heat generation and improving the wear resistance of the tire. The self-locking 3D sipes make the tire extremely durable.

Nokian’s all-weather tires are like having winter tires on year round, without sacrificing treadwear or ride comfort. 

And it gets better! This premium tire has impressive low rolling resistance, a mainstay of Nokian Tires’ innovation, to save fuel and reduce carbon emissions. Nokian’s production process uses earth friendly materials like canola oil and purified oils to help reduce the environmental impact of the tire.

Forget the forecast, find the right all-weather tires for your car.

Call us at (508) 583-5031 for a price on Nokian WRG3 tires. To find out more about Nokian and their impressive lineup of tires, visit Nokian’s website https://www.nokiantires.com/