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Summer Tyres / Nexen Rodian HT
Nexen Rodian HT

Nexen / Rodian HT

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From £ 70/each

235/70R16 104S
£ 70
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245/70R16 107S
£ 77
In Stock? 1-2 days
265/70R16 112S
£ 88
In Stock? 1-2 days
225/65R17 100H
£ 76
In Stock? 1-2 days
255/65R17 108S OWL
£ 81
In Stock? 3-5 days
265/65R17 110S
£ 93
In Stock? 1-2 days
235/60R18 102H
£ 78
In Stock? 1-2 days

Technical specification

Product Group Summer Tyres
Brand Nexen
Model name Rodian HT
Size 235/70R16
Speed index S
Load index 104
Additional information
Tyre Category Budget
Item code 56826

Product description

Best selling Nexen Tyres
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EU Label

Fuel Efficiency E
Wet Grip E
Noise level 73dB
73 dB

EU Tyre Label Information

Rolling resistance (which impacts on fuel consumption):

  • There will be a grade, ranging from A to G, for rolling resistance.
  • An A grade tyre will have 7.5% better fuel consumption than a G grade tyre.
  • That means that every 10,000 kilometres, 50 litres will be saved by using an A grade tyre.
  • This represents an average; depending on the road surface, journey type and driving style.

Wet grip performance:

  • The labels go from A (the shortest braking distance) to F for the longest.
  • There are no D and G grades for car and van tyres.
  • The test is braking distance of a vehicle driving on a road covered with between 0.5 and 1.5mm of water.
  • • At 80km per hour there will be a difference of four car lengths (around 18 metres) between cars fitted with A grade tyres and those with F grade tyres.

External noise:

  • Beyond 50 km per hour, rolling resistance noise normally exceeds engine noise.
  • On the label there will be a symbol of a tyre with three waves, some black and some merely in outline.
  • A tyre with three black waves is in compliance with current European regulation but will breech regulations to be introduced in 2016.
  • A tyre with two black waves is already in compliance with the 2016 regulations.
  • A tyre with one black wave will be at least three decibels quieter than the 2016 regulations.

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