FALKEN ZE914 tyres


    Features and benefits

    The Falken ZE914 is a summer tyre which provided outstanding fuel efficiency and economy suitable for city cars. The tyre features an asymmetric tread pattern with four straight wide circumferential grooves for aquaplaning resistance.

    •    ECORUN COMPOUND is engineered for optimal Low Rolling Resistance, meaning this tire is capable of traveling further distances using less fuel.
    •    CHAMFERED CORNERS provide even wear performance.
    •    FOUR WIDE CIRCUMFERENTIAL GROOVES for hydroplane resistance and stability in wet conditions.
    •    SHOULDER RIB RIGIDITY optimizes both wet and dry handling stability especially at high speeds.

FALKENZE914185/55 R16 83V   Product details »
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FALKENZE914205/55 R16 91V   Product details »
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