|size||service desc||req rim||section width (mm)||overall dia (mm)||static loaded radius (mm)||rim range (inch)|
|195/65R16C||104/102R||6.0||201||660||305||5.5 - 6.0||G||C|| |
|195/70R15C||104/102R||6.0||201||655||300||5.0 - 6.0||G||C|| |
|225/70R15C||112/110R||6.5||228||697||317||6.0 - 7.0||G||C|| |
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 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).
Measured in decibels (dB)