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CONTINENTAL CONTICROSSCONTACT AT tyres

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    Features and benefits

    A dynamic profile for cross-country. The ContiCrossContact AT is at home on any terrain.

    Strengths:

    - The open shoulder provides good handling characteristics.
    - One of the great advantages is that the tyre tread wears progressively giving it a high mileage potential for an off-road tyre.
    - Flexible and quiet.

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CONTINENTALConti CrossContactAT215/65 R16 98T   Product details »
FE75   dB
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CONTINENTALConti CrossContactAT235/65 R17 108H   VW (Volkswagen)Product details »
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CONTINENTALConti CrossContactAT235/85 R16 120S   LR (Land Rover)Product details »
FC75   dB
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CONTINENTALConti CrossContactAT265/65 R17 112T   Product details »
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