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DUNLOP SP SPORT 9000 tyres

  • SUMMER

    Features and benefits

    The Dunlop SP Sport 9000 is a good performer in wet and dry conditions.

    The Dunlop SP Sport 9000's unusual tread pattern fans outwards and utilises a specialised silica compound for the tread.

    This directional tread reduces aquaplaning, shortens braking distance and even claims to reduce fuel consumption by reducing rolling resistance.

    Flange shield rim protection reduces accidental wheel damage.

    The Dunlop RunOnFlat technology ensures mobility even without air, the tyre has patented sidewall construction which minimizes flexing and the risk of detachment from the rim.

SUMMER
DUNLOPSP Sport 9000185/50 R16 81V   Product details »
FA67   dB
£101.35 
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DUNLOPSP Sport 9000285/50 R18 109W   Product details »
FC69   dB
£170.30 
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