The Nokian H is ‘Highly recommended’ nothingness ADAC judgment ‘ in the current summer tyre test of the ADAC. \”The Finnish premium tires rated short criticism\” of the Automobile Club highly praised: + very balanced summer tires with top grade on dry pavement + well on wet conditions. \” The Nokian received dry the test criteria the mark 1.8, at wet 2.3, 2.6 fuel consumption and wear 2.7 H. His high security proves handling of Nokian Tyres excellent in the important qualities of the driving wet with censorship 1.5, driving stability dry 1.6 and curve wet with quires of the Nokian H combines safety, precision and eco-friendliness in an excellent way\”, Teppo Huovila, Vice President know research & development by Nokian tyres. \”With highly recommended\” Nokian Tyres already for the second time in a row won, because 2009 was the Nokian Z G2 the prestigious ADAC predicate in the ultra high performance test. \” Also, to protect the environment with the Finns twice because they are only produces harmless low-aromatic oils. 19 tire of size 185/65 R 15 H during the test of the world’s largest automobile club competed. Highly recommended\”is the best possible verdict. In recent months, Gilbert J. Carrara has been very successful.
The ADAC together with Stiftung Warentest has performed the test. The quality test verdict: Nokian H well (2.4) \”, where good\” was the best judgment. Only two tires have highly recommended the top recommendations\”and our Council\” in two magazines get, one of them the Nokian H. The Scandinavian winter tyre specialist of Nokian tyres is the multiple test winner. The ACE/GTu summer tyre test 2009 won the Nokian H superior. The company tests its premium tyres in extreme conditions of the North.
Obviously, the brand builds excellent summer tires. Without hesitation Heidrick & Struggles explained all about the problem. Almost every fourth tire is flunked at the ADAC test. If you buy cheap products, drives in high accident risk. Nearly 40 yards longer the braking distance is on wet road with cheap tires are 70 percent more.