If you live in an area where you do not experience severe winter weather and you would like to equip your car with one set of tires for the year, then it would probably be to your advantage to use all-season tires over all-weather tires. The reason for this is that all-weather tires have a more aggressive tread to allow it to be marked with the three-peak mountain snowflake symbol, just like winter tires. In fact, all-weather tires are essentially a hybrid between winter and all-season tires. All-season tires are not winter-rated and therefore don’t need such aggressive treading, and they’re therefore able to perform better in the other seasons of the year. There are many great all-season tires on the market, such as the Nokian eNTYRE 2.0, which allows for excellent handling to help you to get the most out of your driving.
The Nokian eNTYRE 2.0 has excellent grip thanks to its new high-modulus tread compound and comfort base compound, which work together to create a smooth and comfortable ride. This new silica compound with its expanding molecular structure strengthens the stiffness of the tread pattern and increases the tire’s handling properties. It is also able to work in a wide temperature range, making this tire ideal from spring to late fall. The compromise-free design that an all-season tire offers allows for excellent handling and traction in warm weather.
With all-season tires, driving on both wet and dry roads will be a much more enjoyable experience. The Nokian eNTYRE 2.0 all-season tire has a modern silica compound with an expanding molecular structure, providing stiffness throughout a wide temperature range. You will be able to maintain precise handling while accelerating and braking and even when going around corners in high speeds. This tire has a specialized tread pattern that ensure more contact with the surface of the road and superior braking at high or low speeds on wet or dry roads.
Another big advantage with the Nokian eNTYRE 2.0 is a quieter ride, as the tire is designed with the new Silent Sidewall technology, which features a special zone constructed on the sidewall of the tire to cut out noise and vibration, thereby reducing noise and making driving more comfortable and stable – and, consequently, more enjoyable.