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Krisalp HP2

Even more peace of mind in winter

Winter tyre
  • Citadines
  • Compactes
  • Monospaces
  • Berlines
Dimensions and labels

Safety

Better braking and roadholding on icy surfaces

  • Thanks to an optimised rubber compound
  • Thanks to a combination of straight and angled sipes.

Comfort

Retains great stability in deep water

  • Thanks to a fluid directional tread

Reliability

Excellent driveability in snow

  • Thanks to high sipe density
  • Thanks to a rib interrupted by gaps
How to read a tyre

Reading a tyre...
Understanding the markings on the tyre's sidewall.

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Tyre dimensions and label ratings

Dimensions ? Load index ? Speed index ? Labelling
Consumption Rain Noise
155/65 R14 75 T E C Bruit 71 dB
155/80 R13 79 T E C Bruit 71 dB
175/65 R14 82 T E C Bruit 71 dB
175/70 R14 84 T C C Bruit 71 dB
185/55 R14 80 T E C Bruit 71 dB
185/60 R14 82 T E C Bruit 71 dB
185/65 R14 86 T C C Bruit 71 dB
185/70 R14 88 T C C Bruit 71 dB
195/65 R14 89 T C C Bruit 72 dB
205/50 R16 87 H E C Bruit 72 dB
205/60 R15 95 H C C Bruit 72 dB
225/50 R16 96 H C C Bruit 72 dB

Take for example a KLEBER DYNAXER HP3 tyre, size 205/55 R 16 91 V: 

Tyre width (in mm)

195: The tyre width is 205 mm. This is also called section width. 

Series (in %)

55: The series corresponds with the ratio between the height of the sidewall (of the tyre) and the tyre width. It is expressed as a percentage. Here the sidewall represents 55% of the tyre width.

Structure type (R for radial)

Diameter less than the rim (in inches)

16: This number indicates that this tyre is designed for a 16-inch rim.

Load index (number)

Take for example a KLEBER DYNAXER HP3 tyre, size 205/55 R 16 91 V:

91: The load index of a tyre is identified by a number which corresponds with the maximum load the tyre can bear at the correct pressure.

Speed index (number)

Take for example a KLEBER DYNAXER HP3 tyre, size 205/55 R 16 91 V:

V: Speed index (also known as performance index). Indicates the maximum speed at which the tyre can bear a load which corresponds to its load index. This speed index consists of letters from Q (for the lowest maximum speeds) to Y (for the greatest speeds).

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