Yokohama Advan S.T. Tires
Yokohama Advan S.T. P235/55R18 Tire Specifications
ADVAN S.T. is engineered specifically for the new generation of ultra-high-performance SUVs. ADVAN S.T. makes the most of the responsive power, handling and braking now available at the high-end of the SUV market. With speed ratings to meet or exceed OEM requirements, ADVAN S.T. provides a level of driving confidence that is a direct legacy of our ultra-high performance tire experience.
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- W-Shaped Directional Tread Pattern Aggressive tread block delivers strong dry grip an W-shaped grooves delivers excellent water evacuation.
- Newly developed UHP tread compound Delivers superior dry and wet grip to meet premier SUV performance.
- Newly Developed Construction Sportscar like handling, premier sedan-like comfort and durability for SUVs.
- W & Y Speed Rated The fasted level of speed rating in the SUV tire market to meet world class SUV's.
- 4 Performance Program Orders placed for up to 4 tires will be shipped to an authorized location within 24 hours from receiving the order at a freight cost of $5.00 per tire.
Please Note: Specifications of the Yokohama Advan S.T. tires shown above are listed to be as accurate as possible based on the information provided to us by Yokohama tires.
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