Yokohama tyres on Mercedes-Benz C-Class & Audi Q7

The Yokohama Rubber Company has announced that its ADVAN Sport tyres has been selected as original equipment for Mercedes-Benz C-Class models. The tyres adopted for the C-Class consist of three sizes: 205/55R16 91V, 225/45R17 91W, and 245/40R17 91W, the last being only for the rear.

Yokohama tyres have been approved as original equipment for Mercedes-Benz’s top AMG models: CL65 and 63 AMG, C63 AMG and ML 63 AMG. ADVAN Sport tyres not only deliver high-speed stability, handling and braking on wet surfaces suitable for high-performance premium cars, but low noise and vibrations, and a smooth, comfortable ride. With such total performance, the tyres were selected as original equipment for C-Class models.

Yokohama also announced that its ADVAN Sport tyre, for super sports cars, in its global flagship brand “ADVAN” line, will be fitted as original equipment on the Audi Q7, a large SUV. The tyre was selected for its high level of overall performance – proven stability and comfort at high speeds 300 kph and above, as well as excellent braking. Two sizes of tyre will be available for both front and rear, 275/45R20 110Y or 265/50R19 110Y. The Audi Q7 is the third Audi model to have Yokohama tyres fitted as original equipment, joining the S6 and S8 in Audi’s top-class S series.

Since 2005, Yokohama Rubber has been committed to aggressive execution of all activities associated with the ADVAN brand, which stands as a symbol of Yokohama’s global concept. Recognised for their performance and quality, ADVAN tyres are used on many of the world’s leading high-performance cars, including the Porsche 911 Carrera 4, the Audi S8 and the Bentley Continental. In the field of motor sports, ADVAN tyres have been the designated control tyres for the FIA World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) since 2006.

Yokohama tyres are available in the UAE through various distributors.

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  1. hey my 2006 320E had a yokohama tyres when i bought the car….!!! after that i had them replaced with a yokohama too… 🙂

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