Features and benefits

    Continental has added a new tyre with savings potential to its range that has been specially developed for vans like the Mercedes Sprinter, Ford Transit and Volkswagen T5. The new VancoEco has around 30 percent less rolling resistance, which can save a calculated four percent in fuel and emissions. At the same time, the engineers have managed to keep the braking distance on dry and wet roads short and to make the tyre perform like a car tyre.

    The new VancoEco is suitable for vehicles like the Mercedes Sprinter, Viano, Vito, VW T5 and Ford Transit. The tyres are produced for 15-, 16- and 17-inch wheel rims. The speed index goes up to 210 km/h.

    Key Features:

    Cost-effective due to optimised rolling resistance:

    With its new silica tread compound, developed to reduce rolling resistance, and particularly firm tread, the VancoEco is an impressive performer. Its flat contour and reduced tread depth ensure less deformation of the tyre during rotation even under a heavy payload. The result: lower fuel consumption due to reduced rolling resistance.

    Short braking distances, even on wet surfaces:

    Due to the increased loading capabilities of light commercial vehicles, high demands are placed on the braking performance of van tyres, especially in wet conditions. The gripping edges of the pattern blocks create a windscreen wiper effect and ensure an optimal interlocking with the road surface for short braking distances.

    Car-like handling:

    High tread rigidity and a firm tread pattern with a solid tyre shoulder enable the optimal transfer of lateral forces and gives the vehicle more perceptible car-like handling.

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