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Uniroyal AllseasonExpert 2: safety all year round

New Tyres Published the 26/04/2018 by Yannick O'Conor

American tyre manufacturer, Uniroyal has unveiled the AllSeasonExpert 2, a new all season tyre that promises safety and reliability all year round.

Uniroyal All Season Expert 2 The Uniroyal AllseasonExpert 2 promises a safe drive in wet conditions - Copyright © : Uniroyal

A safe, reliable tyre

For its latest generation all season tyre that replaces the AllSeasonExpert, Uniroyal has put the emphasis on safety. As might be expected from the manufacturer of the Rain Expert and RainSport tyres, the AllSeasonExpert 2 promises strong performance in the wet.

Innovation for wet performance

The Uniroyal AllSeasonExpert 2 has been developed to perform in wet conditions. According to the brand, the tread pattern, which is similar to that of the manufacturer’s winter tyres, reduces the risk of aquaplaning. The tyre also features the brand’s “Shark Skin” technology. This innovation – which imitates the structure of shark scales - is designed to quickly expel water from under the tyre. Water is channelled through grooves with minimum liquid turbulence, meaning that the tyre can safely drive through water at full speed.

According to Uniroyal, the single block central part of the tread improves the tyre’s stability, as do the tyre’s large shoulders, which also improve handling performance.

The tyre’s tread pattern is designed to offer a good performance balance between summer and winter. The tread layout of solid blocks and multiple sipes helps to compress snow for more stability on this surface, while ensuring short braking distances in both dry and snowy conditions.


Availability and performance ratings

The Uniroyal AllSeasonExpert 2 is available now in 9 sizes for 13 to 16-inch rim diameters. On the EU tyre label, the tyre is rated C for wet grip in most sizes for wet grip, with one size rated B. As for fuel efficiency, ratings are mainly F or E with one size obtaining a C.

Take a closer look at the new Uniroyal AllSeasonExpert 2 tyre: