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Old 08-17-2018, 02:11 PM   #5 (permalink)
roosterk0031
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The EU has a A-G tire fuel efficiency rating, D isn't used.

https://www.oponeo.co.uk/tyres/car

You can search here, but a lot the tires don't match up with US market tires so not sure how worth while it is. I have Nokian WRG3's on several cars marketed in US as LLR, but the similar nokians are rated as C. I was thinking about trying some Toyo Celsius since similar "all weather" tire to WRG3 now G4. They have the same name as US and get E rating, but rated 5,000 more miles. Guess I'll stick with what I've been using.

There was one Nokian tire rated A in FE, the eLine 2 summer tire not sure if offered in the states. Closest I could tell in the states is the eNtyre 2.0 considered an all season here. (I was looking at 195-65-15 only)

Quick look thru Bridgestone, Conti, Dunlop, Goodyear, Michelin & Nokian that one tire is the only A in FE (195-65-15).

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