Set Of 4 New Tires Bridgestone Turanza El42 235 50 18 on 2040-parts.com
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Manufacturer Part Number:093492
Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan
Set of 4 new tires Bridgestone TURANZA EL42 235 50 18
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The Turanza EL42 is a
Standard Touring All-Season tire developed for Original Equipment use on
sporty coupes and luxury sedans, as well as crossover utility vehicles
and family minivans. It was developed to blend some of the looks and
handling of a performance tire with the low noise and ride comfort
associated with a passenger tire, as well as provide all-season traction
in dry, wet and wintry conditions, even in light snow.
Turanza EL42 molds an all-season tread compound into a symmetric tread
design featuring siped rectangular tread blocks that combine snow biting
edges with dry road stability. Lateral and circumferential tread
grooves evacuate water out from under the tire''s footprint to reduce
hydroplaning and enhance wet traction. The tire''s internal structure
features twin steel belts reinforced by spirally wrapped nylon to
stabilize the tread area and enhance treadwear, handling and durability.
The Turanza EL42 features a polyester cord body to provide a smooth
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