AVON TURBOSPEED CR27
As a classic car tyre, the Avon Turbospeed CR27 mixes a period look with modern-day performance.Show available sizes
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The tyre's ability to grip the road in dry conditions.
The tyre's ability to grip the road in wet conditions.
The wear rate of the tyre.
The measure of how quiet a tyre is while driving.
How the tyre is able to respond to driving such as accelerating, braking, steering and turning.
The tyre's ability to have grip on unpaved surfaces such as dirt, mud, sand, rock or gravel.
*When compared to other Avon tyres
AVON TURBOSPEED CR27
- Sidewall engineered specifically for luxury classic vehiclesEnsures a comfortable ride.
- Optimised tyre constructionKeeps cabin noise to a minimum.
- Classic tread designAesthetically appropriate for your classic vehicle.
There are 3 tyre sizes available
The tire size is made up of: Tread Width / Aspect Ratio / Rim Diameter. For example 245/50R18
The tire width is a millimetre measurement for the width of the tire. For example 245 mm when reading a tire size of 245/50R18
The aspect ratio is the percentage of the height of the sidewall compared to the tread width. For example 50% when reading a tire size of 245/50R18
The maximum load a tire can carry is defined as a ‘Load Index’. Please refer to https://www.coopertire.co.uk/tire-safety-tips/correct-loading/
The Speed Symbol is shown as a letter and indicates the maximum speed. Please refer to https://www.coopertire.co.uk/tire-safety-tips/correct-loading
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5 classes from E (least efficient) to A (most efficient)
Effect may vary among vehicles and driving conditions, but the difference between a E and an A class for a complete set of tyres could reduce fuel consumption by up to 7.5 %* and even more in case of trucks. Fuel savings and road safety depend heavily on the behavior of drivers and eco‐driving can significantly reduce fuel consumption.
5 classes from E (longest braking distances) to A (shortest braking distances)
Effect may vary among vehicles and driving conditions, but in the case of full braking, the difference between a E 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)*. Stopping distances must always be respected.”
In addition to the noise value in Decibel dB(A) a letter (from A to C) displays whether the tyre external rolling noise performance is above the United Nation Reg 117 mandatory limit value
(Class C = noisier tyre), the tyre noise is higher than the UN limit
(Class B = average tyre) or more than 3 dB below the limit value
(Class A = low noise tyre).
NB: The tyre external rolling noise is not entirely correlated to vehicle interior noise.
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|255/60 R 16||255||60||103||W||168||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|255/65 R 15||255||65||106||V||149||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|205/70 R 15||205||70||96||V||149||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
Tyre careSpeak to an expert
EU Label information
The EU tyre label is intended to give consumers more information when choosing new tyres.
Tyre pressures must be checked at least monthly in order to get the most out of your tyres.
GENERAL Tyre CARE
“Look after your tyres and they'll look after you.”
If your tyre tread wears down to their level on any part of the tread, it's definitely time for new tyres.